Demand-Driven Acquisitions: New Tools and Strategies for Long-term Management
Bryan Keane, ebrary; Robin Champieux, EBL, Michael Levine-Clark, University of Denver; Matt Nauman, YBP Library Services
This panel will explore the changes that the widespread adoption of a demand-driven acquisition (DDA) model will necessitate for academic libraries, approval vendors, and e-book vendors. Speakers will examine purchasing patterns for demand-driven materials, suggest ways to better manage DDA, and consider what DDA means for the future of monographic acquisitions.
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