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Developing a Core List of Journals at the National Institute of Standards and Technology Research Library

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Author(s)

Diane Cunningham

Abstract

Results of a customer survey taken at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Library indicated that researchers wanted to become more involved in Library journal selection and cancellation decisions. Because of this and also because of the increasing costs of journal subscriptions, the NIST Library decided to ask its researchers to name their most important core journals necessary for their research. The procedures for formulating a core journal list for the Library of the National Institute of Standards and Technology is described.
Citation
Information Outlook

Keywords

core list, journals, journals list, library, NIST

Citation

Cunningham, D. (2008), Developing a Core List of Journals at the National Institute of Standards and Technology Research Library, Information Outlook (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created October 16, 2008