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Over one hundred presentations from the 35th annual Charleston Library Conference (held November 4–7, 2015) are included in this annual proceedings volume. Major themes of the meeting included streaming video, analysis and assessment, demand-driven acquisition, the future of university presses, and open access publishing. While the Charleston meeting remains a core one for acquisitions librarians in dialog with publishers and vendors, the breadth of coverage of this volume reflects the fact that this conference is now one of the major venues for leaders in the publishing and library communities to shape strategy and prepare for the future. Almost 1,800 delegates attended the 2015 meeting, ranging from the staff of small public library systems to the CEOs of major corporations. This fully indexed, copyedited volume provides a rich source for the latest evidence-based research and lessons from practice in a range of information science fields. The contributors are leaders in the library, publishing, and vendor communities.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-ii
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. iii-xiii
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  1. Preface and Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xiv-xv
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  1. Introduction
  2. p. xvi
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  1. Plenary Sessions
  1. The Value of Libraries: An Association Leadership View
  2. Courtney Young
  3. pp. 2-6
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  1. Star Wars in the Library
  2. Jim O’Donnell
  3. pp. 7-12
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  1. Needle‐Moving Collaboration: From Act to Impact
  2. Katherine Skinner
  3. pp. 13-21
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  1. The Long Arm of the Law: Privacy Explored
  2. Gary Price, William Hannay, and Lisa Macklin,
  3. pp. 22-29
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  1. Hyde Park Debate, Resolved: Altmetrics Are Overrated
  2. In Favor: Derek Law,
    Opposed: Maria Bonn,
    Moderator: Rick Anderson
  3. pp. 30-36
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  1. The Secret Life of Articles: From Download Metrics to Downstream Impact
  2. Carol Tenopir, Lorraine Estelle, and Wouter Haak
  3. pp. 37-44
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  1. Innovation in Open Access Monographs, Archives, and Journals
  2. Brian Hole, Alison Mudditt, David Parker, and Rick Anderson
  3. pp. 45-51
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  1. Text and Data Mining Contracts: The Issues and Needs
  2. Nancy Herther, Daniel Dollar, Darby Orcutt, Alicia Wise, and Meg White
  3. pp. 52-59
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  1. Don’t Get Married to the Results: Managing Library Change in the Age of Metrics
  2. Corey Seeman
  3. pp. 60-65
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  1. GOBI, YBP, and Overdrive: Changes in the E‐Book Distribution Landscape
  2. Kari Paulson, Steve Potash, Dan Tonkery, and Nancy Herther
  3. pp. 66-73
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  1. The Young and the Restless: Young Eyes Scan the Scholarly Communications Landscape
  2. Mara Blake, Hannah Scates Kettler, Jen Maurer, Dan Valen, and Mark Sandler
  3. pp. 74-81
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  1. New Platforms and Discovery Tools: Toward 21st‐Century University Presses and Libraries
  2. Angela Careno, Helen Cullyer, Susan Doerr, Ellen Faran, Leila Salisbury, Tyler Walters, and Charles Watkinson
  3. pp. 82-87
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  1. Summon, EBSCO Discovery Service, and Google Scholar: Comparing Search Performance Using User Queries
  2. John Vickery
  3. pp. 88-94
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  1. End of Conference Poll‐a‐Palooza: Part II
  2. Derek Law and Erin Gallagher
  3. pp. 95-104
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  1. Collection Development
  1. One Library’s Successful Venture in Providing Comprehensive Streaming Media Services
  2. Allyson Mower, Mary Ann James, Catherine Soehner, Maria Hunt, Dave Heyborne, and Joni Clayton
  3. pp. 106-113
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  1. Collaborative Collection Development: Engaging Liaisons and Sharing Information
  2. Alana Verminski
  3. pp. 114-121
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  1. Giving Subject Specialists the Tools They Need to Succeed: The Collection Development Training Manual at the University of Maryland
  2. Margaret Z. Saponaro
  3. pp. 122-125
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  1. Back to the Future: Re‐Examining the Need for Shelf‐Ready Processes in the E‐Book Environment
  2. Susan J. Martin, Pamela D. Ward, and Brittney L. Washington
  3. pp. 126-132
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  1. An Account and Analysis of the Implementation of Various E‐Book Business Models at Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  2. Martin Borchert and Colleen Cleary
  3. pp. 133-140
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  1. Implementing Collection Life Cycle Management
  2. Annie Bélanger
  3. pp. 141-147
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  1. Training a New Librarian in the What, How, Where, and Why of Health Sciences Collection Management
  2. Susan K. Kendall and Mari Monosoff‐Richards
  3. pp. 148-154
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  1. BAM: The Basic Access Model for Content Mining Agreements
  2. Darby Orcutt
  3. pp. 155-157
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  1. Changing the Conversation: Using Agile Approaches to Develop and Assess Collections Holistically
  2. Genya O’Gara and Cheryl Duncan
  3. pp. 158-165
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  1. Purchasing E‐Books from Life and Physical Science Society Publishers: Trends and Considerations
  2. Kelli J. Trei and Erin E. Kerby
  3. pp. 166-172
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  1. Acquisitions Everywhere: Modeling an Acquisitions Data Standard to Connect a Distributed Environment
  2. Eric M. Hanson, Paul W. Lightcap, and Matthew R. Miguez
  3. pp. 173-179
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  1. A Crossroads for Collection Development and Assessment, Its Fallout, and Unknowns: Where Do We Go From Here?
  2. Thomas Reich
  3. pp. 180-183
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  1. Weeding Out in the Open: What Will the Neighbors Think?
  2. Michael DeMars and Ann Roll
  3. pp. 184-187
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  1. Going Local: Creating Unique and Special Collections in an Academic Library
  2. Arielle Lomness
  3. pp. 188-193
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  1. Changing Operations of Academic Libraries
  2. Jim Dooley
  3. pp. 194-198
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  1. Moving a Library Can Be Easy, but Planning and Project Management Is Key
  2. Katie Gohn
  3. pp. 199-206
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  1. Creating a Standard of Practice for License Alternatives
  2. Christina M. Geuther and Mira E. Greene
  3. pp. 207-210
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  1. Outsourced and Overwhelmed: Gaining a Grasp on Managing Electronic Resources
  2. Matthew D. Harrington
  3. pp. 211-216
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  1. “But That’s the Way We’ve Always Done It”: Shifting From a Liaison to a Centralized Model of Collection Development
  2. Amanda R. Scull
  3. pp. 217-219
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  1. Acquisitions in a Nutshell
  2. Linda Creibaum, Jeff Bailey, and Star Holloway
  3. pp. 220-221
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  1. The Library’s Role in the Changing World of Textbooks: Where Do We Go From Here?
  2. Emily Ray
  3. pp. 222-229
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  1. Do‐It‐Yourself Title Overlap Comparisons
  2. Melissa Belvadi
  3. pp. 230-235
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  1. The New Collection Development: Planning and Assessment to Promote Innovation
  2. Daniel C. Mack
  3. pp. 236-243
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  1. Does Format Matter? Reader Preferences in an Academic Library Context
  2. Jennifer L. Robertson, Weijing Yuan, and Marlene van Ballegooie
  3. pp. 244-250
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  1. Evaluated, Removed, and Recycled—The Tale of Two Deaccession Projects Across the Disciplines
  2. Martha Higgins, Lauren Goode, Mary Jordan, and John Abbott
  3. pp. 251-258
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  1. Keep Those Booktrucks Rolling: Strategies for a Major Move of the Library Collection
  2. Edward F. Lener, Leslie O’Brien, and Ladd Brown
  3. pp. 259-260
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  1. Rapid Collections Surveying With Book Traces @ UVa
  2. Kristin H. Jensen and Carla H. Lee
  3. pp. 261-266
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  1. Reconciling E‐Book Packages at NCSU Libraries
  2. Christee Pascale and Xiaoyan Song
  3. pp. 267-273
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  1. Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe: E‐Books Changed Our Workflow
  2. Denise D. Novak and Terry Hurlbert
  3. pp. 274-280
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  1. Dollars and Sense: Examining the RFP Process
  2. J. Michael Thompson, Arta Kabashi, Carol Seiler, and Eileen M. Johnson
  3. pp. 281-286
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  1. Review in Motion: Multi‐Year Electronic Resources Review at UTA Libraries
  2. Peter Zhang and Ashley Zmau
  3. pp. 287-291
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  1. Leveraging Use‐by‐Publication‐Age Data in Serials Collection Decisions
  2. Matthew J. Jabaily, James R. Rodgers, and Steven A. Knowlton
  3. pp. 292-302
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  1. When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It (15th Annual Health Sciences Lively Lunch)
  2. Cunera M. Buys, Jean Gudenas, Ramune K. Kubilius, and Elizabeth R. Lorbeer
  3. pp. 303-304
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  1. Libraries in a Bind: Practical Solutions and Human Responses to a Weeding Mandate
  2. Alex McAllister, Allan Scherlen, Christina Mayberry, Kathy Marks, and Carla Caforio
  3. pp. 305-308
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  1. A New Kind of Social Media Strategy: Collecting Zines at the Vassar College Library
  2. Heidy Berthoud
  3. pp. 309-312
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  1. Teetering Between Two Systems for Managing E‐Book Records
  2. Stephen Francoeur and Michael Waldman
  3. pp. 313-315
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  1. Preserving the Past for the Future: Moving Toward Best Practices and Tools for Thoughtful Monographic Withdrawal
  2. Mary Miller and Jennifer Teper
  3. pp. 316-321
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  1. The Future of Textbooks and Course Reserves in Academic Libraries: An Evolving Role and Emerging Opportunity
  2. Osman Celik and Roxanne M. Peck
  3. pp. 322-326
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  1. The Unknown Path—Evaluating Electronic Resources for Access‐Based Collection Development
  2. Laurel Crawford, Erin Miller, and Mark Henley
  3. pp. 327-332
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  1. Multiplying by Division: Mapping the Collection at University of North Texas Libraries
  2. Karen Harker, Janette Klein, and Laurel Crawford
  3. pp. 333-340
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  1. Managing, Marketing, and Measuring Open Resources
  2. Trey Shelton, Steven Carrico, Ann Lindell, and Tara T. Cataldo
  3. pp. 341-346
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  1. What ARE We Thinking? Collections Decisions in an Academic Library
  2. Tasha Cooper, Linda Galloway, and Shannon Pritting
  3. pp. 347-353
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  1. End Users
  1. Creating the Sandbox: The Juxtaposition of Collections and Student Development
  2. Helen Salmon and Linda Graburn
  3. pp. 355-363
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  1. Tough Love: Guiding Student Researchers Toward a Better Future for E‐Books
  2. Emily O’Connor, Kara Kroes Li, and Melissa Fulkerson
  3. pp. 364-370
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  1. Effect of Library Advocacy on Mendeley User Adoption and Productivity
  2. Yath Ithayakumar and Helen Josephine
  3. pp. 371-376
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  1. Next Steps in Discovery Implementation: User‐Centered Discovery System Redesign
  2. Richard Guajardo, Kelsey Brett, and Frederick Young
  3. pp. 377-383
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  1. The User‐Driven Collection 4.0: The Next Phase in User‐Driven Monographic Acquisition
  2. Darby Orcutt
  3. pp. 384-385
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  1. The 2014 Credo Survey
  2. Adam McKiel
  3. pp. 386-391
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  1. Summon, EBSCO Discovery Service, and Google Scholar: Comparing Search Performance Using User Queries
  2. John Vickery and Karen Ciccone
  3. pp. 392-399
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  1. From Usability Studies to User Experience: Designing Library Services at the University of Kansas
  2. Lea H. Currie and Julie Petr
  3. pp. 400-401
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  1. How Do We Study Satisfaction With Academic E‐Book Collections?
  2. Beth Caruso and Alison D. Bradley
  3. pp. 402-408
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  1. Cost Per User: Analyzing EZProxy Logs for Assessment
  2. Tiffany M LeMaistre
  3. pp. 409-415
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  1. From Chaos to Community: Two Libraries Finding a Unified Direction
  2. Melissa E. Johnson, Rod Bustos, and Sandra Bandy
  3. pp. 416-419
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  1. Leveraging Usage Data and User‐Driven Development to Extend the Use of Collections
  2. Kristen Garlock
  3. pp. 420-422
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  1. Try, Try, Try Again: Better Faculty Outreach Through Trial and Error
  2. Patti C. McCall, Sarah D. Schulman, and Michael A. Arthur
  3. pp. 423-425
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  1. We’re Not So Different, You and I: How Librarians and Publishers Use Statistics in Different Ways to Achieve Similar Goals
  2. Sarah D. Schulman and Alexis Linoski
  3. pp. 426-431
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  1. Data That Counts, Charleston Conference 2015
  2. Lorraine Estelle and Jo Lambert
  3. pp. 432-435
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  1. Management and Administration
  1. “Flip This House”: “Back of the House” Library Staff Engaging the Wider Campus Community
  2. Patrick J. Roth and Jeffrey D. Daniels
  3. pp. 437-442
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  1. Aligning Collections With Emerging Needs in Research Informatics
  2. Heidi J. Tebbe and Darby Orcutt
  3. pp. 443-446
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  1. Learning Mendeley Through Its Certification Program for Librarians
  2. Rajiv Nariani and Ithayakuma
  3. pp. 447-453
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  1. Vendorbrarians: Librarians Who Work for Vendors and the Value They Provide to Library Customers
  2. Charlie Remy
  3. pp. 454-457
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  1. Developing a Weighted Collection Development Allocation Formula
  2. Jeff Bailey and Linda Creibaum
  3. pp. 458-461
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  1. Three Heads Are Better Than One: Organizational Changes in Collection Management Leadership
  2. Barbara A. Bishop, Adelia B. Grabowsky, and Liza Weisbrod
  3. pp. 462-467
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  1. Money, Money, Money—Or Not! Budget Realities and Transparency in Collection Development Decision‐Making
  2. Mary Gilbert and Deborah A. Nolan
  3. pp. 468-471
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  1. On the Premises and Beyond: Managing Copyright Policy Through Institutional and Technological Change
  2. Brandy Karl
  3. pp. 472-478
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  1. Levitating Libraries to the Clouds: A Strategy for Academic Libraries
  2. Mark Dehmlow
  3. pp. 479-485
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  1. Patron‐Driven Acquisitions and Interlibrary Loan
  1. Interrogating Demand: Pathways Toward Purchase in Patron‐Influenced E‐Book Models
  2. Jim Dooley
  3. pp. 487-489
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  1. Interrogating Demand: Pathways Toward Purchase in Patron‐Influenced E‐Book Models; University of California‐wide Demand‐Driven Acquisitions—E‐Book Hopes and Dreams Revisited
  2. Kerry P. Scott
  3. pp. 490-492
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  1. Balancing Bananas: Collection Assessment of Patron‐Driven Acquisitions
  2. Gabrielle Wiersma, Rhonda Glazier, Denise Pan, and Stephanie Spratt
  3. pp. 493-497
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  1. Scholarly Communication
  1. CC‐BY: Is There Such a Thing as Too Open in Open Access?
  2. LeEtta M. Schmidt, Kyle K. Courtney, and Calvin Manning
  3. pp. 499-505
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  1. Building a Scholarly Communication Boot Camp for East Carolina University Liaisons
  2. Cindy D. Shirkey and Jeanne Hoover
  3. pp. 506-510
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  1. E‐Book Tune‐Up: Maintaining, Sustaining, and Expanding Your Demand‐Driven E‐Book Program
  2. Jim Davis, Janet A. Nazar, Michelle R. Desilets, and Nathan Carlson
  3. pp. 511-521
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  1. Where Do We Go From Here: Choosing a Framework for Assessing Research Data Services and Training
  2. William M. Cross and Hilary M. Davis
  3. pp. 522-529
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  1. In the Highways and Hedges: Library Support for OER Adoption Efforts at Higher Education Institutions Across Virginia
  2. Tara Cassidy, Olivia Reinauer, and Anita R. Walz
  3. pp. 530-535
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  1. Not So Strange Bedfellows: Information Standards for Librarians AND Publishers
  2. Marti Heyman and Betty Landesman
  3. pp. 536-538
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  1. “Help, We Started a Journal!”: Adventures in Supporting Open Access Publishing Using Open Journal Systems
  2. Anna R. Craft
  3. pp. 539-543
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  1. Improving the Availability of ISSN—A Joint Project
  2. Gaëlle Béquet and Laurie Kaplan
  3. pp. 544-546
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  1. Publishing Our Own Work: Contributing to the Professional Literature Through Systematizing Sharing of Library Reports
  2. Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Sarah E. Crissinger, Emily A. Hardesty, and Aaron S. McCollough
  3. pp. 547-551
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  1. Teaching the Library to Students of Higher Education
  2. Steven Weiland
  3. pp. 552-558
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  1. The Open Movement: What Libraries Can Do
  2. Sheila Corrall
  3. pp. 559-570
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  1. Open Access Funds: Getting a Bigger Bang for Our Bucks
  2. Bobby Glushko, Crystal Hampson, Patricia Moore, and Elizabeth Yates
  3. pp. 571-577
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  1. The Changing Nature of OA Journals: Helping Scholars Identify the Good, the Bad, and the Political
  2. Matthew C. Torrence and Susan Ariew
  3. pp. 578-582
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  1. How Much Do Monographs Cost? And Why Should We Care?
  2. Nancy L. Maron, Charles Watkinson, Meredith Kahn, and Shayna Pekala
  3. pp. 583-587
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  1. Google Books: It Ain’t Over ‘Til the Librarian Sings
  2. Bill Hannay
  3. pp. 588-592
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  1. You've Licensed It. Now What?
  2. Sylvia K. Miller, David Phillips, Courtney Berger, Marjorie Fowler, Rebecca Kennison, John D. Martin III, John McLeod, and Chelcie Rowell
  3. pp. 593-599
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  1. Techie Issues
  1. The Secret Life of Articles: From Download Metrics to Downstream Impact
  2. Carol Tenopir, Lorraine Estelle, Wouter Haak, Suzie Allard, Lisa Christian, David Nicholas, Anthony Watkinson, Hazel Woodward, Peter Shepherd, Robert Anderson, and Suzan Ali Saleh
  3. pp. 601-606
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  1. Mitigating Madness: How We Authenticate and Authorize Users to Deliver Databases in a Contractually Complicated Context
  2. Jeremy M. Brown and Geoffrey P. Timms
  3. pp. 607-614
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  1. Don’t Share This Item! Developing Digital Collections and Services in a Consumer‐Licensed World
  2. William M. Cross and Darby Orcutt
  3. pp. 615-617
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  1. How Far Have We Come Since Our “Go Live” Dates, and Where Do We Go from Here?
  2. Ann Kutulas, Moon Kim, and Susan Flanagan
  3. pp. 618-623
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 624-636
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  1. Back Cover
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