ATG v29 #2 Data Informed and Community Driven: Using Data and Feedback Loops to Manage a Journal Review and Cancellation Project

ATG v29 #2 Data Informed and Community Driven: Using Data and Feedback Loops to Manage a Journal Review and Cancellation Project

by Hilary M. Davis  (Head, Collections & Research Strategy, North Carolina State University Libraries)  and Gregory K. Raschke  (Associate Director for Collections and Scholarly Communication, North Carolina State University Libraries)  Introduction Many libraries
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ATG Podcast: Preconference Preview Part 3 – Combating “Fake News”

ATG Podcast: Preconference Preview Part 3 – Combating “Fake News”

Preconference Preview Part 3 - Combating "Fake News" - Listen Now! This week, we have another in our series of Charleston Conference preconference previews! We have an amazing group of preconference
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ATG: The Podcast – Let’s Get Technical Part 3

ATG: The Podcast – Let’s Get Technical Part 3

Episode 30: Let's Get Technical Part 3 - Listen Now! This week, we have another installment of “Let’s Get Technical” by ATG Column Editors Stacey Marien (Acquisitions Librarian, American University Library) and Alayne Mundt (Resource
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ATG v29 #1 Special Report — Purchasing Articles by Demand-Driven Acquisition:  An Alternative Serial Distribution Model for Libraries

ATG v29 #1 Special Report — Purchasing Articles by Demand-Driven Acquisition:  An Alternative Serial Distribution Model for Libraries

by Jonathan H. Harwell  (Head of Collections and Systems, Olin Library, Rollins College) and James Bunnelle  (Acquisitions & Collection Development Librarian, Watzek Library, Lewis & Clark College) (This article first appeared
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ATG: The Podcast Preconference Previews, Part 2

ATG: The Podcast Preconference Previews, Part 2

Listen Now This week in episode 29 of ATG: The Podcast, we’re continuing our previews of upcoming preconferences at the 2017 Charleston Conference. We have a great set of sessions on a
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ATG Podcast: Preconference Preview on Misinformation and Acquisitions Bootcamp

ATG Podcast: Preconference Preview on Misinformation and Acquisitions Bootcamp

Today we’re excited to bring you a few previews for upcoming preconference sessions for the 2017 Charleston Conference. Our goal is to hear from each session and include them in
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ATG v29 #2 Canceling Serials Based on their Availability in Aggregated Full-Text Databases

ATG v29 #2 Canceling Serials Based on their Availability in Aggregated Full-Text Databases

by Anthony Raymond  (Business Librarian, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA 95053) (This article was originally published in the April 2017 issue of Against the Grain.) Introduction Canceling an individual serial subscription
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v29 #1 The Economics of the Big Deal: The Bulls, the Bears and the Farm

v29 #1 The Economics of the Big Deal: The Bulls, the Bears and the Farm

by Susann deVries  (Interim University Librarian and Department Head, Eastern Michigan University Library, 200F - Halle Library, 955 W. Circle Drive, Ypsilanti, MI  48197;  Phone: 734-487-2475) (This article was originally published
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by Hilary M. Davis  (Head, Collections & Research Strategy, North Carolina State University Libraries)  and Gregory K. Raschke  (Associate Director for Collections and Scholarly Communication, North Carolina State University Libraries)  Introduction Many libraries are familiar with this scenario:  the extent of journal and database price inflation combined with budget cuts necessitates frequent reviews and subsequent…

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