IN THIS ISSUE: The contents of this issue are quite extensive, including reports about the Baltimore OBS and TS meetings and programs and contributions from the AALL representatives to MARBI and the ALA Subject Analysis Committee.
As a special supplement, the TS-SIS Survey Summary will be published in sections in the next few issues of TSLL.
I was very excited to get an "e-mail to the editor." It is very helpful to get feedback from readers. This would be great to have as a regular column -- all kudos, critiques, questions or corrections are most welcome. Of course, I welcome "letters to the editor," too.
EDITORS: The search for new TSLL editors continues. Although several OBS-TS members have expressed interest in assuming the helm of TSLL, no one has formally applied. Consequently, the deadline has been extended. Hopefully, new editors will be announced in the next issue.
This is a very challenging time in the life of TSLL as publishing on the Web becomes more common and practical. The new editors will have lots of challenges and reward.
WELCOME! JoAnn Hounshell, Acquisitions Librarian at Northwestern University School of Law Library and Marla Schwartz, Chief of the Acquisitions and Serials Dept., Washington College of Law Library, American University are the new co-editors of TSLL's Acquisitions column. Look for them in the next issue.
Subj: RE: TSLL article
Thank you for the interesting article in TSLL (vol. 22, no. 4, June 1997) about the International Conference on the Principles and Future Development of AACR.
The URL printed in the article had an error or typo so I could not access the Web site mentioned in the article. I was able to obtain the correct ULR from someone at the National Library of Canada:
Perhaps you would want to print a correction in the next issue of TSLL.
Technical Services Librarian
U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit
St. Louis, MO