Monday, March 9th | 9:45am | Add to your Sched
Have you ever had to sacrifice the right ebook access because the price wasn’t right? The struggle is real; balancing access and title costs is an ongoing issue for libraries worldwide. In this session, we’ll start with a discussion about ebook acquisition trends and how purchase decisions are being influenced by price. Then, we’ll hear from Keri Prelitz (Collection Development and Management Librarian from California State University – Fullerton) and how she is using Extended Access to strike the right balance between access and price. Finally, we’ll end with market data around turnaways and the various innovative methods, both current and upcoming, from ProQuest that help make ebook access affordable for all budgets.
Keri Prelitz, Collection Development and Management Librarian, California State University, Fullerton
Whitney Murphy, Senior Manager, Strategy & Market Support, ProQuest
Joanna Keel, Product Marketing Manager, ProQuest
Session Presented by:
ProQuest is committed to supporting the important work of the world’s research and learning communities. The company curates content that matters to the advancement of knowledge and simplifies workflows so time is used effectively. And ProQuest connects information environments so complex networks work together efficiently. With ProQuest, outcomes can be extraordinary.
Visit ProQuest at Table 901 in the Exhibit Hall