Newcastle University Library is installing an Automated Library Systems ALS issue system, which will start operation in October 1973. In an ALS issue system each book must have a unique number. At Newcastle all our monographs have an accession number which is adequate for this purpose. Unlike some university libraries, Newcastle issues bound volumes of periodicals as well as monographs, and these do not have an accession number. As we wanted to include periodical issues in the automated system, a number had to be assigned to each volume, and some means devised of recognising which number belonged to which volume.
Program: electronic library and information systems – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 1973
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