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The Serialization of (Just About) Everything

Kelley, Steve

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Recently, as part of a profile in the newsletter of the organization for serials specialists NASIG (full disclosure: as of this writing, I am the current President of NASIG), I was asked what changes I see for serialists over the next five years. After giving it a good deal of thought, I said that I thought that we will see more library resources that are not traditionally defined as serials becoming more like serials in important respects. Furthermore, I added that I believe that over the next five years, serials specialists will be brought in more and more to assist in figuring out how to manage these increasingly serial-like (serialized?) resources, because serials specialists understand how to manage the acquisition of resources that are paid for by subscription and also understand how to describe resources that change and add content over time, as do serials.
subject
serials
demand-driven acquisition (DDA)
serial cataloging
monographic cataloging
e-books
electronic books
citation
6 (issue)
34 (volume)
contributor
Kelley, Steve (author)
date
2014-12-18T15:38:11Z (accessioned)
2014-12-18T15:38:11Z (available)
2014 (issued)
identifier
Kelley, Steve. (2014, November/December). "The Serialization of (Just About) Everything" (Continuities column). Technicalities, 34(6):12-14. (citation)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/39541 (uri)
source
Technicalities
title
The Serialization of (Just About) Everything
type
Article

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