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Cancellations Fall 2010

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The University Libraries will be cancelling the following periodical, serial, microform, and database subscriptions.  The majority of these cancellations will go into effect January 2011.  Some full-text content will still be available, however, via alternative means of access, including through third-party (database) providers.  Please see our list of electronic journals to check the availability of any particular title.  Cancellation decisions were made following consultation with all schools and departments.  These cancellations are made necessary by the inability of the University Libraries’ acquisitions budget to cover the rising costs of scholarly information and by the need to cull lesser-used materials in order to buy new items that are in high demand.  This list is multidisciplinary and arranged in alphabetical order by title.  (Cancellations of law materials are included in a separate list noted below.)

List of Cancellations (HTML)

While it does not come easily or naturally to us to cancel subscriptions, we feel that we have been able to work our way through a difficult budgetary year doing only minimal damage to the collections on which you depend.  Further, we are confident that our interlibrary loan and purchase-on-demand operations will allow us to provide material quickly when you need something we do not own.  On behalf of the University Libraries, I would like to thank you for your continuing support, cooperation, and input.  If you have questions or concerns regarding individual titles, please contact:

Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences:  Charles Lyons (
Health Sciences:  Renee Bush (
Law: Beth Adelman (
Music or Poetry:  Nancy Nuzzo (
Science or Engineering:  Ben Wagner (

To view the Law Library’s cancellations, please see : Law Library Cancellation List (July 2010).

H. Austin Booth, Interim Associate Vice President for University Libraries

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