Building ebook collections: challenges & Opportunities<br />Ebook Ecosystem 2016: State of the Art, Five Years On<br />New...
The Ideal World: 2016<br />A mostly demand-driven collection<br />eBooks primarily<br />Print-On-Demand secondarily<br />A...
How do we get there?<br />What must we improve?<br />
Content<br />Flexibility and Predictability<br />All titles<br />All aggregators<br />All pricing models<br />Multiple for...
Digital Rights Management<br />Less is better, but publishers need some control<br />No limitations within licensed user g...
Pricing<br />Flexibility!<br />Title-by-title or package<br />Purchase or subscription<br />Demand-Driven Acquisition (DDA...
Pricing<br />Ability to acquire E/P (or POD) bundle, even retroactively<br />Consortial options<br />Must recognize tradit...
Integration with Print Workflow<br />Approval vendor(s)<br />Deduplication<br />Bundling<br />Billing<br />
Thank You<br />Michael Levine-Clark<br />Collections Librarian<br />University of Denver<br />michael.levine-clark@du.edu<...
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Levine-Clark, Michael, “Ebook Ecosystem 2016: State of the Art, Five Years On,” American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, June 25, 2011.

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  1. 1. Building ebook collections: challenges & Opportunities<br />Ebook Ecosystem 2016: State of the Art, Five Years On<br />New Orleans, June 25, 2011<br />Michael Levine-Clark<br />Collections Librarian<br />University of Denver<br />michael.levine-clark@du.edu<br />
  2. 2. The Ideal World: 2016<br />A mostly demand-driven collection<br />eBooks primarily<br />Print-On-Demand secondarily<br />A much larger collection – bounded only by budget<br />Some packages based on solid use data<br />All with consortial options<br />eBooks widely available<br />eBooks easy to use<br />Device agnostic<br />Minimal DRM<br />
  3. 3. How do we get there?<br />What must we improve?<br />
  4. 4. Content<br />Flexibility and Predictability<br />All titles<br />All aggregators<br />All pricing models<br />Multiple formats simultaneously<br />Electronic<br />Print<br />Local print-on-demand<br />
  5. 5. Digital Rights Management<br />Less is better, but publishers need some control<br />No limitations within licensed user group<br />On device<br />On use<br />Limitations on sharing beyond group<br />
  6. 6. Pricing<br />Flexibility!<br />Title-by-title or package<br />Purchase or subscription<br />Demand-Driven Acquisition (DDA)<br />Short-term lease<br />ILL<br />Component of DDA<br />
  7. 7. Pricing<br />Ability to acquire E/P (or POD) bundle, even retroactively<br />Consortial options<br />Must recognize traditional spending patterns<br />Should work across aggregators<br />Should work with DDA<br />Sliding discount?<br />
  8. 8. Integration with Print Workflow<br />Approval vendor(s)<br />Deduplication<br />Bundling<br />Billing<br />
  9. 9. Thank You<br />Michael Levine-Clark<br />Collections Librarian<br />University of Denver<br />michael.levine-clark@du.edu<br />
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