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A Demand-Driven-Preferred Approval Plan

Ann Roll, California State University, Fullerton

“Access Versus Ownership” Revisited: The Quinnipiac University Libraries Short-Term Loan Project

Charles Getchell, Saint Anselm College
David Swords, ProQuest, Inc.
June DeGennaro, Quinnipiac University

Adding PDA for Print? Consider your Options for Implementation

Teresa Koch, Drake University
Andrew Welch, Drake University
Lisa McDonald, Ingram's Coutts

Are Midsize Academic Libraries on the Right E-Book Train?

Allan Scherlen, Appalachian State University
John P. Abbott, Appalachian State University

Beyond Demand Driven: Incorporating Multiple Tools in a Consortial Collection Strategy

Karen H. Wilhoit, Wright State University

Collective Collection Building and DDA

Kerry Scott, University of California, Santa Cruz
Jim Dooley, University of California, Merced
Martha Hruska, University of California, San Diego

Creating a Richer Patron-Driven Acquisitions Experience for Your Users: How the University of Arizona Forced Three PDA Programs to Play Nicely Together

Teresa C. Hazen, University of Arizona

Four Years of Unmediated Demand-Driven Acquisition and 5,000 E-Books Later: We Gave ‘Em What They Wanted

Karen S. Fischer, University of Iowa
Chris Diaz, University of Iowa

Individual Article Purchase: Catching the Wave of the Future, Or Getting Pounded on the Reef

Douglas K. Bates, Tennessee Tech University

Is ILL Enough? Examining ILL Demand After Journal Cancellations at Three North Carolina Universities

Kristin Calvert, Western Carolina University
William Gee, East Carolina University
Janet Malliett, Winston-Salem State University
Rachel Fleming, Western Carolina University

Rebuilding the Plane While Flying: Library/Vendor Strategies for Approval Plan Revision (in a DDA World)

Charles Hillen, Loyola Marymount University
Glenn Johnson-Grau, Loyola Marymount University
Joan Thompson, YBP Library Services

Redesigning Workflows and Implementing Demand-Driven Acquisition at Virginia Tech: One Year Later

Connie Stovall, Virginia Tech
Edward Lener, Virginia Tech
Tracy Gilmore, Virginia Tech

“To Mediate, or Not Mediate, That Is the Question”: Setting Up Get It Now at Furman University Libraries

Janet Nazar, Furman University
Tim Bowen, Copyright Clearance Center

Too Much Data? Never Enough! Cost-Efficient Collections Acquisitions Decision Making Through Data Analysis

Jaimie Miller, University of British Columbia
Kat McGrath, University of British Columbia
Eva Gavaris, YBP Library Services