Thanks to some sleuthing by Dana, David E. and Nga, a mystery has been unraveled. According to SCP:
"To request the cataloging of a single open access title not part of any specific collection send the request via the CDL Help Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org). Provide the URL for the resource and a statement requesting SCP cataloging. Note, these "unreviewed" cataloging requests are of lowest cataloging priority and will be done as resources are available."
Current number of records in the ERF: 1107
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June's Shared Cataloging Program (SCP) monthly update is now available. Lots of OA titles plus JSTOR, EBSCO and more.
Wiley is now posting newly published ebooks at the Wiley digital books resource site. Specifically, you can go to that page and download the "Just Published Titles" list.
Says a message from the Wiley sales director: "[We] will have access to all new Wiley Online Books with a 2013 print publication date that go online in 2013 as they are published rather than having to wait each month for activation. A bi-weekly list of the books that are newly published is available for you to download."
Please note that CDL will no longer be distributing the Wiley ebook title lists or posting the Wiley ebook lists at the CDL website.
June 5, 2013
Unlike our earlier installments of Library of Congress Subject Headings of Interest, this selected list shows changes that have occurred, including several changes from the past that perfectly show the evolution of awareness that often happens in subject heading creation and usage.
Gypsies became: Romanies (changed in 2000) (May subdivide geographically)
Handicapped became: People with Disabilities (changed in 2003) (May subd geog)
Koran became: Qur?an (changed in March 2013)
Lesbian music became: Women?s music (changed in 1999) (May subd geog)
Unsolicited electronic mail messages became: Spam (Electronic mail) (changed in 2005) (May subd geog)
Violoncello became: Cello (changed in March 2013) (May subd geog)
~ brought to you by Jean Dickinson and Jane Rosario.