During the late Fall and Winter of 1972, when we launched Reference Services Review, a new publication was already taking form in our minds and heartsa sister publication to be titled Serials Review. While much recognition for RSR was immediately forthcoming, the twoyear struggle to establish it as an essential library resource has at last peaked in its selection as one of the best periodicals to be published since 1971 Bill Katz, Magazines for Libraries, 2d ed. supplement, 1974, p1, with the added comment that, No library, regardless of type, can afford not to subscribe. Katz, p170. Now, without diminishing our efforts to continually foster and improve RSR, it is time to turn to other things. Hence, Serials Review.
Reference Services Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1974
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