backfile

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backfile

(ˈbækˌfaɪl)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) the archives of a newspaper or magazine
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* Access to the frontlist comes with term access to the entire backfile for the duration of the year;
Montreal, Canada, July 27, 2016 --(PR.com)-- DocuPlus, a leading provider of document management and litigation support solutions announces a strategic growth move with the acquisition of Ottawa based RJM Backfile Conversion Services.
Gale also announced that Portico will preserve the entirety of Gale's archives, which number more than 150 million pages from 65 Gale Digital Collections and the entire backfile of Archives Unbound.
The majority of journal titles have a backfile of 3 years, back to 2010.
Professional services consist of backfile conversion and redaction, disaster preparedness, data conversions, installation, training, project management, hardware maintenance, forms processing and printing, and consulting.
The most substantial of these is probably Washington & Lee Law School's Current Law Journal Content (http://lawlib.wlu.edu/CLJC/), which covers 1,366 journals at the time of this writing, most going back to 2005, but with a goal of extending the backfile to 2000.
The one exception was the European Journal of Biochemistry, which ranked 19th in the fall of 2003 but only 449th in the spring of 2006, even though no substantial backfile was yet available.
To achieve these goals, Wiley-Blackwell will focus on the following initiatives: increasing international awareness and usage; expanding institutional licensing to increase usage and access; increasing article-based revenues; leveraging CJChE backfile; and increasing impact factor.
The scanner is well suited for demanding environments such as service bureaus, backfile conversions and many other paper-intensive industries by delivering a daily duty cycle of up to 100,000 sheets and consumable life of up to 600,000 sheets.
Another critical resource was the backfile conversion area crew from several DHS day rehabilitation centers.
Although we were digitizing microform on an as-needed basis, we found state-of-the-art equipment to speed up the process and we began backfile digitization in April 2005.
system: point forward imaging and backfile imaging.