budget/resources allocations Birdie MacLennan 10 Nov 1992 21:33 UTC

3 messages, 50 lines:
In response to Janet G. Padway

Date:         Tue, 10 Nov 1992 14:02:25 EST
From:         Bill Page <PAGEWL@DUVM.BITNET>
Subject:      Re: budget/resources allocations

Our serials budget includes: standing orders, continuations, and CD-ROMs
                             as well as periodicals.

         Bill Page
         Drexel Univ. Library
         Phila PA

Date:         Tue, 10 Nov 1992 14:31:37 -0600
From:         Judy Johnson <judyj@UNLLIB.UNL.EDU>
Subject:      Re: budget/resources allocations

At our institution standing orders, continuations, and CD ROMs are part of
the serial budget.

Judy L. Johnson
fax: 402-472-5131
phone: 402-472-3938
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Date:         Tue, 10 Nov 1992 15:19:38 -0500
From:         Lisa A. Macklin <LMACKLIN@UNTVAX.BITNET>
Subject:      Re: budget/resources allocations

The University of North Texas divides its materials budget into 3 areas:
Monographs, Standing Orders (which includes continuations) and Periodicals.
For the purposes of budgeting the standing orders and periodicals are
encumbered first and what is remaining essentially becomes the monographs
budget.  The CD-ROMs are handled as standing orders, unless it is a one-time
purchase and then the CD-ROM would be paid for as a book out of the monographs
budget.  As an aside note, the Materials Acquisitions Department purchases
and receives all of the books, standing orders and journals received by the
library so everything is in one department.  Your arrangement of technical
services may have an impact on how your budget is set up.

Lisa A. Macklin
Serials Records Librarian
University of North Texas Libraries
Denton, TX  76205