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ALCTS CRS Acquisitions Committee Perspectives on Demand Driven Acquisitions in Consortial Environment

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From: Lai-Ying Hsiung <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 14:17:09 -0700

The ALCTS CRS Acquisitions Committee presents:

Perspectives on Demand Driven Acquisitions in a Consortial Environment

Consortial Demand Driven Acquisitions (DDA) purchasing has the
potential for sharing costs and collections across libraries, but
there are also unique challenges for both librarians and vendors.
Librarians from the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries consortium
and OhioLINK will discuss their experiences with setting up consortial
DDA programs.

When:

Sunday, June 30th, 2013
10:30-11:30am
McCormick Place Convention Center - MCP-S102bc.

Speakers:

Michael Levine-Clark
Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services
Penrose Library
University of Denver

Dan Gottlieb
Associate Dean for Collections & Technical Services
Langsam Library
University of Cincinnati

Karen Wilhoit
Associate University Librarian for Collections
Dunbar Library
Wright State University

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