SCP will post the distribution statistics report for the month of January 2019 here soon. This monthly report shows net increase or decrease of titles from CDL licensed and selected open access collections. For serials, our major distributions were Open Access journals (426 titles, includes DOAJ 391 titles and ScienceDirect 19 titles) and Chinese periodical journals (73 titles). SCP also had a net decrease of 47 titles of American Chemical Society online journals, mostly as a result of the publisher incorporating the supplements/supporting information into their main titles.

For monographs, our major record distributions were: ACM Digital Library online conference proceedings (55 titles), American Institute of Physics conference proceedings (126 titles), ASCE Library monographs (15 titles), Cambridge online monographs (168 titles), CRCnetBASE online monographs (287 titles), Elsevier monographs (164 titles in 19 subsets), IEEE Xplore online conference proceedings (237 titles), JSTOR monographs (498 titles), MIT Press monographs (25 titles), Morgan & Claypool monographs (15 titles), Naxos audio (3,403 titles, includes Jazz 319 titles), Open Access monographs (397 titles, includes three new collections: IOS Press online monographs 147 titles, Optics Infobase online monographs 1 title, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum online monographs 199 titles, as well as National Academies Press online monographs 37 titles), Royal Society of Chemistry online monographs (46 titles), SIAM online monographs (33 titles), and SpringerLink monographs (1,785 titles, includes: Biomedical and life sciences 135 titles, Business and management 246 titles, Chemistry and materials science 39 titles, Computer science 133 titles, Earth and environmental science 78 titles, Economics and finance 162 titles, Education 172 titles, Engineering 122 titles, Literature, cultural and media studies 44 titles, Medicine 187 titles, Physics and astronomy 70 titles, Political science and international studies 145 titles, Social sciences 136 titles, and titles in 5 other subsets).

DDA Programs: DDA programs with number changed as of today, Feb. 4, 2019: CNPeReading CDL DDA online monographs (4,214 discovery records + 132 purchased titles), JSTOR CDL DDA pilot (5,146 discovery records + 949 purchased titles). DDA Programs with no change: Airiti DDA (3,279 discovery records + 630 purchased titles), CRC Press ENGnetBASE online monographs 407 purchased titles (2013 package (105 titles), 2014 package (64 titles), 2015 package (134 titles), and 2016 package (104 titles)), EBSCO Japanese DDA 466 purchased titles, and YBP/Ebrary online monographs via ProQuest 665 purchased titles.

Please read the news story that SCP’s Becky Culbertson headlines OCLC Member story on shared cataloging.

Note on status of SCP cataloging requests: SCP currently does not have an automatic mechanism to notify requester when a requested title or collection of titles has been cataloged. SCP will try to notify bibliographer requestors individually when an Open Access title is cataloged but notification may not always happen. If you are wondering about the status of cataloging of an individual title (or package), please check for fuller information on the new collection request status page and/or OA journal titles request status page.  For OA journals, a title in green highlighting indicates the title is cataloged. For a new collection/database, titles in green highlighting indicate the database level cataloging is done, yellow highlighting indicates the title level cataloging is done. The new collection request status page also includes information about SCP’s recommendations and JSC decisions.

Note on SCP web pages: As part of the CDL website migration, SCP webpages are in a soft freeze period; all updates are sent to the CDL web team, so there will be some delay on keeping current with the E-resource tracking page, record distribution statistics, etc.

Please report to CDL Helpline on

  • Cataloging Delay (if more than three months):  A title might have been missed on the vendor title list, UC-eLinks (SFX) might have not yet been activated, OCLC record might have not been available yet, to name a few things that cause cataloging delays. It usually takes about two-three months for OCLC records to become available or for items to become available for SFX activation when new titles are added to an existing collection.
  • Cataloging Errors: Please include the OCLC Number (preferred), ISSN, or ISBN in the ‘Record Locator’ section of the form.

Useful links:
SCP Cataloging Priorities | SCP Standing Cataloging Priorities | SCP Updates & Statistics |
CDL E-Resources Tracking | Request Cataloging for A New Collection (Status) |
Request Cataloging for Individual OA Journal Titles (Status)