Learn how VIVA campuses connect users to full text periodicals from VIVA aggregator services, including Gale Group InfoTrac and Dow Jones Interactive.
Reference, Cataloging and Systems personnel at VIVA institutions.
Examples of web e-journal lists and e-journal cataloging policies; suggestions on how VIVA can help improve access to full text in periodical databases.
9:00 Coffee and sign-in
9:30 Welcome on the behalf of VIVA, Kathy Perry
9:45 Background Issues Re Getting Users to Your Full-Text Aggregator Titles, Eileen Hitchingham, Virginia Tech
10:00 An adapted method at Radford, Doris Hendrickson, Radford University
10:20 Old Dominion University, Ed Summers
11:00 Virginia Commonwealth University; presentation notes, Jimmy Ghaphery and Barbara Anderson
11:20 What's happening elsewhere?, Elaine Day, JMU; Examples from the University of Virginia, Allison Sleeman
11:45 -12:30 Conclusion
Provided by Old Dominion University, Radford University, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Provided by Dow Jones, Gale Group (InfoTrac), Lexis-Nexis, Proquest.
Buddy Web-based Gateway (University of Melbourne), Jake Project (Yale University), Interim Report PCC Standing Committee on Automation (SCA) Task Group on Journals in Aggregator Databases.
Kiehl, Carole E., and Edward H. Summers. "Comprehensive Access to Periodicals: a Database Solution." Preprint of article forthcoming in the journal Library Collections, Aquisitions, and Technical Services.
Britton, William A., et al. "Access to Periodicals Holdings Information: Creating Links Between Databases and the Library Catalog." Preprint of article forthcoming in the journal Library Collections, Aquisitions, and Technical Services.
VIVA Steering Committee, Eileen Hitchingham, Dean of Libraries, Virginia Tech (email@example.com)
Virginia Commonwealth University, John Duke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VIVA Task Force on Cataloging and Intellectual Access, Elaine Day, chair (email@example.com)
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