1. Electronic journals projects
a. Beginning in August, check access on all EJS titles, identifying problems relating to access, coverage, etc. Compile a spreadsheet that specifies if there are differences between EJS and Serials Solutions in coverage or access. Report changes to Serials Solutions on a regular basis. Staff involved: Harriett.
b. Beginning in mid-September, check access on all ECO titles to determine differences in access between ECO and Serials Solutions. Compile a spreadsheet that specifies if there are differences between ECO and Serials Solutions in coverage or access. Report changes to Serials Solutions when list is completed. Staff involved: Elizabeth and Kiley.
c. As titles are identified in EJS as having no access, begin determining whether it is a due to cancellation of the print title or a registration issue. Work with each publisher to gain access, beginning in September. Attempt to activate the titles identified the previous month before checking new titles for access. Staff involved: Harriett.
2. Missing issues project.
a. During the fall (August/December), focus on the periodicals missing issues file, by either finding replacements or making final decisions as to continued retention for issues missing in 2008-2010. Staff involved: Harriett, Elizabeth, with some student help.
3. Continue to create brief records on Millennium for telephone books so that invoices can be posted against individual titles and editions can be checked in. As phone books come in that have been set up, train Kiley on check-in & processing of these titles. Staff involved: Harriett and Kiley.
4. Continue training with Kiley in areas such as loose-leaf check-in, creating order records for approval books, creating order records for membership titles, and if time allows, creating order records for gifts. Staff involved: Harriett and Kiley.
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