Demand-Driven Acquisitions, part 2

A theoretical overview of how demand-driven acquisitions (DDA) would work as the primary means of building monographic collections and how that model would impact publishers/publishing, approval vendors, libraries, and end users. Includes an in-depth discussion of concerns and questions about the implications of DDA on the scholarly communication supply chain—publishers, approval vendors, libraries. How will DDA impact each group? How might DDA change publishing? Will approval vendors need to develop new business models? How will library collections be impacted?

Who Should Attend

Anyone with an interest in learning more about demand-driven (also called patron-driven) acquisitions.

Course Level

Introductory.

Presenters

  • Michael Levine-Clark, Associate Dean for Scholarly Communications and Collection Services, University of Denver
  • Barbara Kawecki, Senior Manager, Digital Sales, Western U.S., YBP Library Services
  • Rebecca Seger, Institutional Sales Director, Oxford University Press

Date & Time

Available 24/7. Originally presented on October 3, 2012.

This session lasts about an hour.

Part 1 was held September 19.

Credits

None.

Fee

Free

Technical Requirements

Computer with Internet access (high-speed connection is best) and media player software. Headphones recommended.

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Recording (YouTube)

Recording (.wmv)

Slides - Part 1 (.pdf)

Slides - Part 2 (.pdf)

Slides - Part 3 (.pdf)

Contact

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