Serials Review (SR) was founded in 1975 by C. Edward Wall. It continues to serve as a source of continuing education and information for serials, acquisitions, and collection development librarians, catalogers, and others involved in the creation, use, and management of serial publications. Its contents include both practical, day-to-day issues and cutting edge developments. Articles published include topical bibliographic reviews; case and research studies devoted to specific serials management issues; and descriptions of new developments in publishing, automation, and standards. A number of regular columns feature interviews, debates on controversial topics, book reviews, and meeting reports. Serials Review is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal.
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