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Serials Committee


The Serials Operational Committee exists to support member libraries and facilitate cooperative efforts toward providing CLIC library users with access to materials by creating and maintaining efficient systems for receiving and processing library materials.  The committee will address serials functions such as creating and maintaining records, check-in, claiming, binding, and union listing.  The Serials Committee will work with: the Cataloging Operational Committee in creating and maintaining bibliographic and holdings data, the Acquisitions Operational Committee regarding ordering and budget control, and the E-Resources Community of Interest to help maintain access to e-journals in the OPAC.


2017-2018 Group Members:

Institution Name
Bethel University Brooke Ballantine
Concordia University Dana Terres
Hamline University Frances Singh*
St. Catherine University Martha Vest
University of Northwestern Lindsey Brooks
University of St. Thomas Mary Stade



Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.

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