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The Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues (ISSN: 1046-3410) is published by the editor through Academic Technology and Networks at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as news is available. It is numbered consecutively, with the first issue published on February 27, 1989. Editor: Marcia Tuttle, Internet: email@example.com; Telephone: 919 929-3513; Fax: 919 960-0847.
To subscribe to the newsletter the ATN Email List Server and follow the directions found there. The name of the list is "prices". To unsubscribe, also use the ATN Email List Server. If you have problems, please contact the editor.
The scope of the newsletter is library serials pricing interpreted broadly. Appropriate topics include, but certainly are not limited to: journal pricing projections, library cancellation projects, journal publisher and subscription agent efforts to reduce costs, electronic publishing ventures that may impact pricing, announcements of relevant conferences, publisher or vendor actions relating to pricing that are perceived as unfair to subscribers, and good news such as price reductions, etc
Readers of the NEWSLETTER ON SERIALS PRICING ISSUES are encouraged to share the information in the newsletter by electronic or paper methods. We would appreciate credit if you quote from the newsletter.
Statements of fact and opinion appearing in the _Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues_ are made on the responsibility of the authors alone, and do not imply the endorsement of the editor, the editorial board, or the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Editorial Board: Keith Courtney (Taylor and Francis Ltd), Fred Friend (University College, London), Birdie MacLennan (University of Vermont), Michael Markwith (Swets Subscription Services, Inc.), James Mouw (University of Chicago), Heather Steele (Blackwell's Periodicals Division), David Stern (Yale University), and Scott Wicks (Cornell University).
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