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Living on the Bleeding Edge of Collection Development
The easy decisions have been made; the formats have been flipped when possible. Now what? This program will discuss using the serials decision database to guide collection managers through realignments, interacting with ...
Ebooks and Interlibrary Loan: Licensed to Fill?
Increasingly, libraries of all types and sizes are now adding electronic book (ebook) titles to their collections. A survey was used to explore the implications of ebook licensing and interlibrary loan use. Among academic ...
Licensing: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Overview of licensing process and demonstration of the complexity of adding and canceling titles as a result of publisher business models and cancellation clauses.
Populating ERM Licensing Records: Getting Started
Populating license records is a huge job. This workshop will help those preparing to start a licensing project or who have gotten stalled. The target audience is beginning-intermediate but experienced users gladly welcome ...
Ebooks: Taking the next step
As reported in the SPEC Kit 313 "E-book Collections" from October 2009 survey of ARL libraries, enthusiasm for ebooks is tempered by frustrations with publisher policies, staff resistance to a changing model, and confusion ...
Tools for Serials Collection Assessment
New tools are becoming commercially available for serials collection assessment. In this presentation the advantages and disadvantages of a locally developed serials decision database on EXCEL is compared to commercial products.
Evaluation and Management of Print and Electronic Journals Using a Serials Decision Database
(Online Northwest Conference, 2/10/2006)
Selection and management of serials, always a complex process, became more complicated with the addition of online journals. In 2000, the Oregon Health & Science University Library staff developed a serials decision ...
Using ILL Reports to Develop Local and Regional Library Collections
Presentation on how interlibrary data can be cleaned up and used in serials assessment, accreditation reports and negotiations with vendors
The Serials Decision Database as a Research Tool
A serials decision database (SDD) based on work by Metz and Cosgriff was created in 2007 and updated in 2008-2010 at Washington State University (WSU) Libraries. The SDD covers information on subscribed and unsubscribed ...