#11 ISSN:

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nobody
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2005-01-05
2003-06-03
Jonathan Smith
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Herr Hermann:

I like the MoinMoin feature ISBN:

Would it be possible to add ISSN:

It might appeal to the academic community.

Best regards,

JonathanSmith

Discussion

  • Jonathan Smith
    Jonathan Smith
    2003-06-03

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    The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is an
    internationally recognized identification number for serial
    publications. An ISSN is an eight-digit standard number
    that, once assigned, becomes a permanent attribute of the
    individual serial for as long as it is issued under a given
    title. Each time the title of a serial is changed, a new ISSN
    must be assigned. ISSN must never be reused for new or
    changed serial titles.

    ISSN are assigned by national and regional centres of the
    international ISSN Network. This system of international
    coordination ensures that each ISSN is unique to one serial
    publication.

    ISSN can be used wherever information on serials needs to
    be recorded or communicated.

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    I believe that U.S. Library of Congress Online Catalog could
    be used for this purpose.

    Example:

    http://catalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?
    Search_Arg=1502-
    8003&Search_Code=KNUM&PID=8907&SEQ=200306031
    21246&CNT=25&HIST=1

     
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