Type of work: Journal
Categories:Communication and Culture
Serials Review, issued quarterly, is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal for the international serials community. Articles focus on serials in the broadest sense of the term and cover all aspects of serials information; regular columns feature interviews, exchanges on controversial topics, book reviews, and conference reports. The journal encompasses practical, theoretical, and visionary ideas for librarians, publishers, vendors, and anyone interested in the changing nature of serials. Serials Review covers all aspects of serials management: format considerations, publishing models, statistical studies, collection analysis, collaborative efforts, reference and access issues, cataloging and acquisitions, people who have shaped the serials community, and topical bibliographic studies. The journal also examines emerging and changing standards, methods of delivery, innovations, and a multitude of other issues that contribute to the essence of understanding, managing, and publishing serials in a comprehensive, complex, and global environment.
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Transforming Access to Research Literature for Developing Countries