Saturday 21st June, 2014
8:00am to 9:00am
In 2008, AAUP surveyed academic librarians about what publishers’ communication and marketing tools were most useful in making their collections decisions. Since then, there have been many changes on both sides of the book acquisitions equation: from new digital sales tools and greater e-book availability from presses; to transitions in acquisitions models and preferred communications channels by libraries. This session will open up a discussion about the tools university presses use to inform the library market, and how theological libraries discover and make acquisitions decisions about university press content.
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