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Complex Publication Patterns Theory and Practice

Schwitzner, Ted and Rogers, Alexis (2008) Complex Publication Patterns Theory and Practice. In: ELUNA 2008, 30 July - 1 August 2009, Long Beach, Ca..

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Abstract

Ted Schwitzner, Head, Bibliographic Services Division, Illinois State University; Alexis Rogers, Serials and Multimedia Specialist, Lincoln Land Community College. Complex publication patterns offer Voyager serials users new degrees of latitude in implementing prediction patterns that fit actual publication and/or receipt cycles. Yet, observation of usage among CARLI libraries appears relatively low. The workings of complex patterns do have a steeper learning curve than standard publication patterns, deriving from the different terminology and the need for libraries to do the math. The presenters will work to demystify the theory and practice of developing complex patterns, and they will offer examples why adoption of complex patterns will benefit libraries.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Event Title:ELUNA 2008
Subjects:Voyager
Divisions:ELUNA Conference Proceedings
ID Code:361
Deposited By: Edward M. Corrado
Deposited On:30 Dec 2009 22:54
Last Modified:27 May 2016 21:04

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