Featuring the comprehensiveness and usefulness that have been its hallmark for nearly 70 years, this latest edition of Ulrich's provides more serials data -- and more ways to access it -- than any other directory. In five volumes, Ulrich's 2001 includes thousands of new titles and over 100,000 entry revisions among the more than 164,000 regularly and irregularly issued serials profiled -- and alerts you to some 58,000 cessations. You'll also find: -- Addresses and phone numbers for some 80,000 publishers from 200 countries, as well as tens of thousands of e-mail addresses, URLs, and fax numbers -- More than 20,000 Internet, online, and CD-ROM publications -- including thousands new to this edition -- 6,700 daily and weekly U.S. newspapers in the newspaper volume and over 7,000 non-U.S. and topical U.S. papers in the main volumes -- Micropublisher, reprint service and A&I notations for more than 600 A&I services ... document delivery notations (including CISTI, CINDOC, Infotrieve, Un Cover, and British Library) ... Copyright Clearance Center notations for registered titles ... and much more. With its richly detailed listings and extensive indexing, Ulrich's 2001 makes your serials reference and collection development tasks simple. You'll use it to: -- Find ordering rates, frequency, addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail and Web site addresses, and more -- up to 75 important data elements for each publication -- Locate specific serials to build a collection or to satisfy research needs -- Track down serials publishers from around the globe -- Determine if a serial has ceased or changed its name -- Find online and CD-ROM serials to develop electroniccollections -- Offer patrons a one-stop guide to research sources, subscription information, and opportunities to publish worldwide
"This attractively bound, easy-to-use reference source is without peer in the quantity & quality of the material contained."--AMERICAN REFERENCE BOOKS ANNUAL. "...the principle listing of serial titles...(an) excellent value."--REFERENCE REVIEWS. For over 60 years, ULRICH'S has set the pace in accuracy, comprehensiveness, & practicality with more information, more sensibly organized, than any other periodicals directory. In 5 volumes, this edition features: *NEW! Distributors' fax numbers; subscription fax numbers *NEW! Toll-free numbers *Over 7,000 daily & weekly newspapers *Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) notations for registered titles *Multiple points to main subject headings (800 new keyword references added) *micropublisher, reprint service & A&I service notations *Over 11,000 new titles for over 149,000 regularly & irregularly issued serials & newspapers *over 112,000 revisions *type of serial *more document delivery services *nearly 7,000 refereed serials *hundreds of subject cross-references *identification of documents held by the British Library, Adonis(TM), CIS(TM), EI(TM), Faxon(TM), Uncover(TM) & others *Improved access to main listings via the ISSN Index *Addresses for nearly 70,000 publishers in 200 countries *Indexes for serials available online, online vendors, title changes & all refereed serials *ULRICH'S UPDATE - a free supplement three times a year. ULRICH'S also gives you: *British Library Document Supply Centre holdings with shelfmark numbers *full page advertising rates & contact names *indexes for serials available on CD-ROM & CD-ROM producers *descriptions of tens of thousands of serials *Dewey Classifications for all titles *Library of Congress Classification Numbers *CODEN designations for sci-tech serials *over 4,200 serials available online with over 3,200 vendor names, file names &/or numbers *nearly 79,000 fax numbers & 21,000 telex numbers *a toll-free subscriber hotline. ULRICH'S IS THE ONLY GUIDE YOU'LL EVER NEED.
Everything You Need To Know To Get The Job You Really Want
Author: Howard E. Figler, Ph.D.
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
Category: Business & Economics
Now in its third edition, Howard Figler's classic job-search handbook puts you in the driver's seat, on the road to where the jobs really are. Figler's unique program has been revised and updated to let you not only decide what your ideal job may be, but also discover exactly where that job is. The program has been expanded to describe thirty lifetime job-hunting skills, as well as Twenty Lessons from the Front, a list of potential pitfalls for job seekers to be aware of. This third edition enables you to: - Determine what your true work and life values are - Pinpoint the job skills you already possess, even those you aren't aware of - Find jobs when there seem to be none - Learn how to be at your best in job interviews - Utilize a professional career counselor's advice to troubleshoot potential problems Figler writes for all stages of career development, with action plans for the first-time job seeker, the professional looking for a change, the suddenly laid-off, and the person returning to the workforce after a long absence. Howard Figler knows the right job is out there, and with clarity, humor, and reassuring good sense, he shows you how to find it.
This book, first published in 2002, gathers some of America's top subject expert librarians to determine the most influential journals in their respective fields. 32 contributing authors reviewed journals from over twenty countries that have successfully shaped the evolution of their individual specialties worldwide. Their choices reflect the history of each discipline or profession, taking into account rivalries between universities, professional societies, for-profit and not-for-profit publishers, and even nation-states and international ideologies, in each journal's quest for reputational dominance. Each journal was judged using criteria such as longevity of publication, foresight in carving out its niche, ability to attract & sustain professional or academic affiliations, opinion leadership or agenda-setting power, and ongoing criticality to the study or practice of their field. The book presents wholly independent reviewers; none are in the employ of any publisher, but each is fully credentialed and well published, and many are award-winners. The authors guide college and professional school librarians on limited budgets via an exposition of their analytical and critical winnowing process in determining the classic resources for their faculty, students, and working professional clientele.
An International Book Series in Information Science and Engineering
Author: V. Seleacu
Publisher: Infinite Study
A collection of papers concerning Smarandache type functions, numbers, sequences, inteqer algorithms, paradoxes, experimental geometries, algebraic structures, neutrosophic probability, set, and logic, etc.
Get an inside look at the changing world of serials management! Transforming Serials: The Revolution Continues (Parts I and II) will help you navigate the changing landscape in serials with a unique collection of fresh insights, new techniques and tools, and practical solutions. The book documents NASIG's 17th Annual Conference (2002, Williamsburg, Virginia), examining the ongoing effects technology has on scholarly communications and serial publications; the rapid changes in presentation of information and seamless interfaces; the evolving skills publishers, vendors and librarians need in dealing with information seekers; and the need for cooperation and communication among publishers, vendors and librarians. Topics addressed in the conference’s workshops and presentations included MARC21, e-journals, ILS conversion, AACR2, subsidized unmediated ordering (SUMO), aggregated databases, library and Internet standards, and Web-based tracking systems. Transforming Serials examines the future of information access and distribution, the future of digitized materials, and new roles for public service librarians. These conference proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc. (NASIG) reflect the diverse interests of the serials community, promoting communication, information, and continuing education about serials and the broader issues of scholarly communication. Topics discussed in the book include: the future of information access and distribution the future of digitized materials open URL and SFX open linking e-journal subscription management systems managing electronic serials, outsourcing, and new products in the marketplace e-journals and citation patterns cataloging serials reproductions cataloging serials for consortium catalogs periodical check-in and much more! Transforming Serials: The Revolution Continues (Parts I and II) is an essential resource for anyone who's joined the revolution in serials management, including librarians, publishers, vendors, educators, database producers, and library systems representatives.
Doing a Literature Search provides a practical and comprehensive guide to searching the literature on any topic within the social sciences. The book will enable the reader to search the literature effectively, identifying useful books, articles, statistics and many other sources of information. The text will be an invaluable research tool for postgraduates and researchers across the social sciences.