Conference Presentation: “New Forms of Discovery and Purchasing in Libraries: Demand Driven Acquisitions”
Michael Levine-Clark’s presentation (and also embedded) below was part of the 2014 NISO/BISG Annual Forum by Michael Levine-Clark (Professor/Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services, University of Denver Libraries) that took place on June 27, 2014 in Las Vegas. Additional presentations from the 2014 Forum can be found in this post.
Here’s how the lecture was described on rlumthe agenda:
There is an economic imperative guiding the acquisitions behavior of libraries, and that consideration of alternatives is something that faces all institutions when thinking about those changes when compared to more traditional models. The Demand Driven Acquisition recommended practice developed by the NISO working group is just one of numerous ways to help libraries continue to be creative when faced with the challenge of acquisitions in a limited budget environment.
New Forms of Discovery and Purchasing in Libraries: Demand Driven Acquisitions
Professor/Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services, University of Denver Libraries
NISO (via Slideshare)
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