One Time-Saving Strategy for Managing Print Journals

Workflow | December 12, 2017

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Still have some print journal subscriptions? You’re not alone. Learn how many librarians handle the tasks associated with the delivery of print issues, such as check in, claiming and reporting.

Even though much of the serials world has gone electronic, thousands of libraries worldwide still purchase some print journals for their collections. Customers often ask EBSCO for ways to handle many of the tasks associated with the delivery of print issues, such as check in, claiming and reporting.

For decades, EBSCO has provided a service called Journal Expediting and Technical Services (JETS). When EBSCO customers use JETS for their print journal subscriptions, journals are ready for the shelves when they arrive at the library.

When EBSCO customers use JETS for their print journal subscriptions, journals are ready for the shelves when they arrive at the library.

With the JETS service, journals are checked in, packed securely and shipped at the frequency chosen by the customer. Deliveries can be made weekly, biweekly or monthly from one of the 10 locations worldwide (including locations in Europe, Asia, Australia and other countries). They arrive intact weeks sooner than they would have, had they been processed through normal publisher distribution methods. JETS also works with various integrated library systems (ILS). Delivery details can be viewed via EBSCONET Subscription Management®.

Learn more about JETS

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