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ER&L 2012

April 1–4, 2012

Austin, Texas

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Exploring ideas, trends and technologies in eresources and digital services.

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Just-in-Time versus Just-in-Case: How demand-driven acquisition can impact collections and scholarly publishing

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 10:10 AM–10:55 AM Central Time (US & Canada)
Amphitheater 204

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Scholarly Communication & Licensing


Demand-Driven Acquisition; Scholarly Communication

Learning Objectives

Following this session, participants will have a better understanding of how demand-driven acquisition (DDA) will impact their collections and scholarly publishing in general, and will be able to make more careful considerations about how and when to implement DDA in their libraries.



Libraries have quickly embraced demand-driven acquisition (DDA) as a method for building e-book collections. DDA has the potential to radically transform how academic libraries build collections and to significantly alter the scholarly communication landscape. A librarian, a publisher, and an approval vendor will explore how DDA may impact scholarly publishing.



Michael Levine-Clark, University of Denver
Matt Nauman, YBP Library Services
Rebecca Seger, Oxford University Press