ISO 8:2019 pdf download

ISO 8:2019 pdf download.Information and documentationPresentation and identification of  periodicals.
Periodicals, whatever their medium, play a critical role in the information society, and more specifically in the global information infrastructure. Citations to articles in scholarly journals, whether in print or in electronic journals, form the basis for much scholarly research. Popular trade magazines as well as newsletters are used by authors, researchers, and students of all ages. Search, discovery, and use of the wide range of today’s periodicals require that they provide reliable identification and display of key information by following standardized principles and procedures.
When !SO/R 8-1954, the predecessor to ISO 8, was published, there was no digital publishing, nor were there identification standards such as ISSN or ISBN. The evolution of the publishing market in recent decades, the use of media other than paper, and the evolution of identification standards have made it necessary to revise ISO 8 to include recommendations applicable to all possible media.
ISO 8 is based in part on the first edition of ISO 8 for its recommendations pertaining to print periodicals, and on NISO RP-16-20131i], for its recommendations concerning digital periodicals.
words or symbols at the head of a document that identify it and normally distinguish it from other documents
Note 1 to entry: May define as precisely as possible the special field of knowledge and activity dealt with in that periodical.
[SOURCE: ISO 5127:20 17, 1, modified — Note I to entry has been replaced.]
set of several issues of a periodical published over a certain period of time, usually the year; it can be identified by a numerical or chronological designation, i.e. volume number
5.2.2 The title’s history and its relationship to former titles shall be clearly stated on the periodical hornepage. It is not acceptable practice to put all digital content under the current title as that would render many existing citations useless. Librarians, library catalogues and the ISSN Network may be excellent sources of information about title histories. (See also 5.4.2).
5.2.3 Periodical information at the title level (including title and former titles each with their associated ISSN, subtitle, enumeration and date range, name of current publisher, place of publication, frequency, and other identifiers when applicable) should be supplied on the periodical hornepage or other suitable location. Periodical information at the issue level (including title, volume number, issue number, nominal date of publication, name of current publisher, and ISSN) should also be specified on the title page of each article.
5.2.4 All content from a former title(s) should be identified under the title in which it was originally made available, and not the current title. The original name and numbering of volumes and issues shall be preserved in the digital version.ISO-8-2019

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