In this volume, the library-agency relationship is discussed from various points of view. Contributors focus on the use of subscription agents worldwide--in Africa, the Middle East, and Great Britain. Up-to-the-minute information on the effects of automation on the library-agency relationship is explored, including serials management systems; automated serials control over selection, acquisition, and utilization; serials databases using subscription agency files; and a most useful bibliography on automated subscription agency utilities and services.was made to self install and train. Reading the manual and learning the rudiments of MicroLinx took about 10 hours. Installation was relatively painless, as instructions in the manual are easily followed. There were, of course, times whenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Libraries and Subscription Agencies|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1988|