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SCP Standing Cataloging Priorities for 2017/2018

Standing cataloging priorities

  1. New acquisitions
  2. New content from currently licensed journal packages (transfers, adds, etc.)
  3. New content from currently licensed e-book packages
  4. UC supported open access resources (e.g. eScholarship, BioMedCentral, DOAJ, Knowledge unlatched, Luminos)
  5. Other open access resources (by request only, such DOAB, JSTOR OA eBooks, OAPEN, SpringerOpen books & journals, Open Textbook Library, Open Book Publishers, etc.)
  6. New content from other licensed packages not covered by #1-3

Chinese cataloging priorities:

The following priority order reflects the East Asian Bibliographers decisions.

  1. New Purchases
    • Chinamaxx (new purchases) (Tier 2)
    • Apabi ebooks and yearbooks (new purchases and backlog from 2009) (Tier 2)
    • Airiti ebooks (new purchases from DDA pilot) (Tier 2)
    • [New] CNPIEC ebooks (new purchases from DDA pilot) (Tier 2)
  2. Chinese periodical full-text database (Minguo shi qi qi kan) (Tier 2)
  3. Late Qing Dynasty Periodical Full Text Database (1833-1911) (Wan Qing qi kan quan wen shu ju ku) (Tier 2)
  4. Dacheng Journals (Tier 1)
  5. Chinese classic ancient books (Zhongguo ji ben gu ji ku) (Tier 2)
  6. Chinese local records (Zhongguo fang zhi ku) (Tier 2)
  7. Pi shu (Tier 2)
  8. [New] Zhonghua ancient books database (Zhonghua jing dian gu ji ku) (Tier 2)
  9. Ongoing maintenance for catalogued packages
    • CAJ (Tier 1)
    • COJ (Tier 2)
    • TEPS (Tier 2)
    • Apabi (Tier 2)
    • SuperStar (Tier 2)
    • DragonSource (Tier 2)
  10. SuperStar Chinamaxx Phase 1 (Tier 2) –Cataloged by UCSD and UCSB

Respectfully submitted,
Shi Deng, March 1, 2017
Revised with JSC’s feedback and approval, April 10, 2017

 

SCP Standing Cataloging Priorities for 2016/2017

Standing cataloging priorities

  1. New content from currently licensed journal packages (transfers, adds, etc.)
  2. New acquisitions
  3. UC supported open access resources (e.g. eScholarship, BioMedCentral, DOAJ, Knowledge unlatched, Luminos)
  4. Other open access resources (by request only)
  5. New content from other licensed packages
  6. DOAB

Chinese cataloging priorities:

The following reflect the East Asian Bibliographers decisions.

  1. Chinamaxx (New purchases) Tier 2
  2. Apabi ebooks and yearbooks (new purchases and backlog from 2009) Tier 2
  3. Airiti ebooks (new purchases from DDA pilot) Tier 2
  4. Chinese periodical full-text database (Minguo shi qi qi kan) Tier 2
  5. Dacheng Journals Tier 1
  6. Chinese classic ancient books and Chinese local records Tier 2
  7. Pi shu Tier 2
  8. Ongoing maintenance to cataloged packages (COJ (Tier 2), TEPS (Tier 2), CAJ (Tier 1), Apabi (Tier 2), SuperStar (Tier 2), DragonSource (Tier 2))
  9. SuperStar Chinamaxx Phase 1 (Tier 2)

 

Respectfully submitted,
Shi Deng, April 5, 2016
Revised with JSC’s feedback, April 12, 2016

 

SCP Standing Cataloging Priorities for 2015/2016

Standing cataloging priorities

  1. New content from currently licensed journal packages (transfers, adds, etc.)
  2. New acquisitions
  3. UC supported open access resources (e.g. eScholarship, BioMedCentral)
  4. Other open access resources (by request only)
  5. New content from other licensed packages

 

Chinese cataloging priorities:


The following reflect the East Asian Bibliographers decisions.

  1. Apabi ebooks
  2. Dacheng
  3. SuperStar Chinamaxx New Purchases (number for each purchase varies)
  4. Airiti ebooks (new purchases from DDA pilot)
  5. Ongoing maintenance to cataloged packages (COJ, TEPS, CAJ, Apabi, SuperStar)
  6. SuperStar Chinamaxx Phase 1

 

Respectfully submitted,
Adolfo R. Tarango
March 20, 2015

 

 

Last updated: April 14, 2017 

Document owner: Shi Deng