Jan. - 01 Jul. - 07 Spr - 21
Feb. - 02 Aug. - 08 Sum - 22 Mar. - 03 Sept. - 09 Fall - 23 Apr. - 04 Oct. - 10 Win - 24 May - 05 Nov. - 11 Jun. - 06 Dec. - 12
IF YOU CAN'T FIND A TITLE:
“Title” does a more broad search if you can't locate periodical by the Journal Title.
There are a few different ways to search for a title. ISSN, Author, Title and Journal title are the most common that I use. All of those can be chosen if you go back to the “Headings List” and change your information there.
The Advocate (NOT the Valley Advocate) The Atlantic Monthly Boston College & Research Libraries News Esquire Kiplinger's Personal Finance Newsweek The New Republic New York New Yorker Out* (This title has one copy going to the Bindery and the other up to the stacks) People Weekly Sports Illustrated Time
All of these titles will say “uncat” and not have a call number on it when you pull up the title and are trying to find the correct issue. The uncat is the line you want to highlight and check in. One should check in on the line that has “10” in the Sbs column and that copy will get a display sticker and go up to the 5th Floor Reading Room. The line below should have a “20” in the Sbs column where you should check in the other copy. This label will print out saying “UM Collection Services Bindery uncat”. That copy goes to the bindery area in the orange box on the shelf.
NOTE some Science titles also have 2 copies we get, one going to Display and the other going over to SEL.
— Primary contact: Diana Pacunas 2012/02/17 14:25