Be sure there is an expected date for the next issue due. Without an expected date in the next expected box, the CLAIMON date will be blank and no future claims will be generated.
If the publisher or vendor lets you know that an issue is either out of print or unavailable, it may still be possible to obtain either a free or paid replacement copy from either the publisher or another source. Please refer to the replacement procedures for further details. NOTE: These procedures will need to be followed whenever Harrassowitz sends you a notice in response to a claim that a replacement copy may be ordered (i.e. purchased, which requires approval from Preservation).
Be sure there is an expected date for the next issue due.Without an expected date in the next expected box, the CLAIMON date will be blank and no future claims will be generated.
Additional procedures will be followed if the replacement sought is for a damaged issue, as explained here.
For some publications, we check in issues to multiple locations. In some cases, we request the correct number of copies, but only receive one. Because we already have received one copy, when claiming a second, don’t spend a substantial amount of time trying to obtain another copy (especially for MAIN), unless it is a substantial title/document. Note that multi-location titles generally include a copy to be checked in for ARKCO. Please prioritize ARKCO if we only receive one copy.
If after claiming, we are unable to obtain a 2nd copy, the person who is claiming should:
If the 2nd copy is unavailable, but we have received permission to print another copy from a PDF, proceed to treat this as a publish on demand situation for this copy only.So, if a patron requests a print copy, then Serials will print a copy for them.
For now, do the following:
Note: For frequently used items (often REF items), it may be necessary to go ahead and print the 2nd copy instead of treating it as publish on demand. If it is needed to go ahead and print a 2nd copy, you must contact the subject selector first before printing a 2nd copy.