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Friday, November 4 • 11:35am - 12:15pm
From DDA to EBA: A Five-year Story from a Consortium Shared E-Book Collection Program

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Maintaining an e-book program at a consortium level is complex. Considerations include ensuring a broad range of useful content is available, stable costs, and minimizing barriers to access for patrons.

This session will look at Orbis Cascade Alliance's experience and evolution across the last five years in testing and assessing different e-book models. The presenters will provide their perspective on how the Alliance is influenced by and influences the e-book ecosystem at large. They will share lessons and reflect upon their successfully run Demand Driven Acquisition approach, and share why they decided to pilot an Evidenced Based Acquisition approach with Wiley.

Attendees can expect to learn how this consortium continues to evolve their approaches with the ever-changing e-book collection acquisition world.

Speakers
avatar for Kristina DeShazo

Kristina DeShazo

Collection Development and Assessment Librarian, Oregon Health & Science University
I recently moved into my new role as Collection Development & Assessment Librarian at OHSU. I oversee the collection using review, analysis, and assessment to ensure that the library provides resources to meet the needs of the OHSU community.
avatar for Kathi Fountain

Kathi Fountain

Program Manager, Orbis Cascade Alliance
I'm a 3-year veteran of the Alliance, where I have managed the consortium's e-book program, electronic resources activities, and shared collections initiatives. When not manipulating spreadsheets and writing emails, I can be found taking my son on adventures, walking my two dogs, and cooking. || | The Orbis Cascade Alliance is a 39-member academic library consortium in the Pacific Northwest.
avatar for Jim Huenniger

Jim Huenniger

Senior Account Manager, John Wiley & Sons
I have the pleasure to work with academic libraries across the western states, including the Orbis Cascade Alliance, SCELC, CDL and GWLA. | | Wiley understands that the needs of researchers and their communities are rapidly evolving, and we continue to offer flexible solutions to help service and support your library collection building initiatives.



Friday November 4, 2016 11:35am - 12:15pm
Salon II, Gaillard Center 95 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401