Demand-Driven Acquisitions, part 1
This hour-long session, one of two parts, gives an overview of key concepts behind demand-driven acquisitions (DDA):
- why and how to implement
- benefits to the library and the campus community
- implications for the library collection
Examines the theoretical concepts about DDA while giving practical advice about setting up DDA in libraries with some considerations of long-term impacts by looking at a case study from the University of Denver.
Who Should Attend
Anyone with an interest in learning more about demand-driven (also called patron-driven) acquisitions.
Michael Levine-Clark, Associate Dean for Scholarly Communications and Collection Services, Penrose Library, University of Denver