SERIALST (Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum) was established in October 1990, by Birdie MacLennan, with technical support from the Office of Academic Computing at the University of Vermont (UVM), in order to serve as an informal electronic forum for most aspects of serials processing in libraries. In 2014 SERIALST moved to NASIG and is now under the management of the Communications & Marketing Committee (CMC). SERIALST's subscriber base is currently at 3,200+ subscribers in 42 countries.
Appropriate topics may include (but are not limited to): cataloging, acquisitions collection management, serials budgets and pricing issues, binding, preservation, microfilm, union list activities, news, announcements, and job postings that may be of interest to the serials community. SERIALST is *NOT* a forum for the trade or exchange of duplicate, wanted, or unwanted serials.
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