E-journals pain points: Dr. NISO's prescriptions

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Overview of the in-progress PIE-J (Presentation and Identification of E-Journals) Recommended Practice.
Presenter: Regina Reynolds, Library of Congress

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E-journals pain points: Dr. NISO's prescriptions

  1. 1. Earlier journal titles: missing! Content listed under current title
  2. 2. Students not finding articles they needed! Citations led to dead ends!
  3. 3. Missing numbering!No publishing statements! No dates!
  4. 4. Print ISSN used for e-version!
  5. 5. Digitized back content: unpredictable, incomplete, unclear!
  6. 6. ISSN either missing or wrong!
  7. 7. CallingDr. NISO
  8. 8. Information Standards Quarterly (ISQ)Spring 2009
  9. 9. PIE-J Working Group Representation 20Springer Library of CongressTaylor & Francis (CONSER, ISSN)Harrassowitz National Library ofSerials Solutions MedicineIEEE U WashingtonEBSCO U BuffaloPublishing U Chicago (ref)Technology plc UCLA (ref)American CrossRefPsychological Assn. Ithaka/JSTOR/ Portico
  10. 10. Key RecommendationsPresent all content under its originaltitleInclude accurate and complete ISSNinformationInclude title historiesUse numbering systemRecommendations for digitizedcontentAppendices, including 32 examples
  11. 11. http://www.niso.org/workrooms/piej/
  12. 12. Next StepsPublic review of draft document—until July 5, 2012Work with the commentsFinalize and publish textArrange for ongoing maintenancePublicize!!
  13. 13. Resources 28“In Search of Best Practices for the Presentation of E-journals,” ISQ, spring 2009“Journal Title Display and Citation Practices,” Serials Librarian, Jan. 2009NISO workroom page http://www.niso.org/workrooms/piej
  14. 14. Contact InformationCo-chair Cindy Hepferhslcindy@buffalo.eduCo-chair Bob Boissyrobert.boissy@springer.comGroup member Regina Reynoldsrrey@loc.gov
  15. 15. Thank You! rrey@loc.gov

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