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RCL's recommendations are specific to a title at the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) level.
Publishers are bound to inform us about the new books and to keep record every book is allotted an international standard book number (ISBN)," the official informed.
Dean's group will revise the cataloging standard that establishes the specifications for the International Standard Book Number.
I have no upfront cost of production, and for the cost of a single proof copy delivered to my own doorstep within a week after I complete the upload, I have a book with an International Standard Book Number (better known as ISBN) available nationally and globally to potential customers.
Damascus, (SANA)- Syrian Publishers Union is the first among the Arab countries and the third in the world to give publishers the International Standard Book Number (ISBN), said Head of Arab and International Exhibition Committee at the Syrian Publishers Union (SPU) Ghiath Maktabi.
Major outputs of research and development in 2008 were as follows: 27 local and international awards, two patents, 389 researches and studies published in journals, 315 studies published in local magazines, 697 studies and consultations, 86 International Standard Book Number (ISBN), and 3 citation indexes.
Habeeb believes that the International Standard Book Number (ISBN), what he describes as "the lynchpin of the Western publishing industry," is key.
The book is made up of 30 microtablets, each carved on a polished piece of single crystalline silicon, and has its own International Standard Book Number (ISBN 978-1-894897-17-4).