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Thursday, November 3 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
The Evolution of Ebook Collection Development: Why DDA & Access-To-Own Are Here to Stay

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Given shifting budgets, a return to the days of using approval plans or a single way to purchase ebooks is not an option. In fact, 70% of librarians recently surveyed report that they rely upon multiple acquisition models in their collection development strategy.

ProQuest is at the forefront of creating and delivering Demand Driven Acquisition (DDA) models to help libraries meet user needs within budget. We invite you to a luncheon to celebrate the launch of Access-To-Own (ATO), a new model built in collaboration with librarians and publishers as a way to apply short-term spend toward ebook ownership.

Featured speaker Tony Davies, of Australia’s Swinburne University of Technology, is a longtime DDA user. “For us it is a way to provide access to a much wider pool of titles than we could if we only looked at major publishers and aggregators,” he says. Tony joins other librarians at this luncheon to talk about the advantages of combining DDA and ATO to provide robust collections full of diverse content.

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Kari Paulson

VP and General Manager - Ebooks, ProQuest

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Tony Davies

Manager, Information Support Services, Swinburne University of Technology
Tony started working as a librarian at Swinburne on a 2 week contract in 1987 and he's still there, although he has taken on a number of different jobs over the years including the newly created role of of Electronic Resources Librarian in 1993. He is currently manager of Information Support Services, which includes acquisitions, serials, datasets, cataloguing and resource management.

Thursday November 3, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Stars Restauant, Wilkinson Room 495 King St, Charleston, SC 29403