Network Bulletin No. 98-21

Date:  April 3, 1998

Subject:  Magazines

Index term:  CMLS transactions for libraries to
subscribe to new titles

It has come to our attention that several libraries
that normally receive copies of braille and/or recorded
magazines have not received some of the new titles,
although their patrons have.  These are libraries that
have listed themselves as subscribers on CMLS.  As a
reminder, libraries that wish to receive copies of
those new titles that are not rollovers from previous
magazines need to submit add transactions to CMLS, with
the library as the subscriber.  As with individual
patrons, libraries will automatically receive the new
magazine titles that rollover from previous titles.

Libraries are encouraged to subscribe to magazines so
that they have copies to use as samples or to replace
an occasional missed issue.  For your convenience, a
list of the new titles for which a CMLS transaction
must be submitted to generate a subscription follows:

Conundrum (British), COU1
Harper's, HRP1
Health Newsletters, HNW1
Kiplinger's Personal Finance, KPF1
Rolling Stone, RST1
Short Stories (British), SSR1

_Flexible Disc_
Computer Life, CPZ4
Eating Well, EAT4
People, PEO4
Working Woman, WKW4

Asimov's Science Fiction, IAM3
Seventeen, SVT3
Sports Illustrated for Kids, SPK3
Young Adult Magazine of the Month, YAM3

For further information, contact:

Barbara Peterman
CMLS Coordinator