Document Type

Conference Paper

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Serials Librarian

Volume

48

Issue

3/4

Publisher

Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Publication Date

2005

First Page

305

Last Page

314

DOI

10.1300/J123v48n03_13

Abstract

Whereas the transmission of data relating to the initiation, renewal, or cancellation of serial subscriptions has developed into a robust and standardized system based on Electronic Data Exchange (EDI), the ability of serialists to effectively exchange and manipulate information pertaining to data about the specific content and access rights to the subscriptions at a given library has become increasingly problematic. The rapid development of local and vendor systems designed to handle subscription data has necessitated that this data be standardized for smooth exchange. Ted Fens' and Regina Reynolds' discussion of the standards work underway at NISO and EDltEUR. as well as the current ISO revision of the ISSN. provides an overview of the framework for potential resolution to this challenge.

Comments

Originally published by Taylor & Francis (Routledge). Publisher's PDF can be accessed through the Serials Librarian journal.
Note: This publication also reproduced in monographic form as a part of the North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) Great Visions on a Great Lake Conference Proceedings.
Copyright remains with the Serials Librarian journal.

 
 

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