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SSE council Evolution
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  • 1. Effects of co-publishing Evolution in BioOne in today’s journal marketplace:a preliminary report<br />Jason Price, PhD<br />2009-06-12<br />to SSE Council, Moscow Idaho<br />
  • 2. About me<br />BA Ecology & Evolution UC Santa Barbara 1993<br />PhD EEB & MLS, Indiana U, 2003<br />Science Librarian, Claremont Colleges 2004-<br />Head of Collections since 2008<br />Ejournal Package Analyst/Consultant 2006-<br />SCELC consortium, 90 CA Private Coll./Institutes<br />*BioOne Advisory board 2005 – present<br />[First work directly with a Society]<br />
  • 3. Main Question<br />What proportion of the decrease in institutional subscriptions to Evolution is due to co-publication in BioOne? <br />- OR-<br />Do the future benefits of remaining in BioOne outweigh the future cost in lost W-B subscriptions? <br />(Very roughly, 85% of subs income is from Inst)<br />
  • 4. Sources of information<br />2008 publisher reports & Income statements<br />Background knowledge and experience<br />More work to do--<br />Need more detailed raw data from each party for ground level analysis – have some, but key pieces missing<br />Have not yet requested/prior analyses from either party<br />
  • 5. Outline<br />Overview of current (Institutional) journal marketplace<br />Framework for evaluating effect of BioOne participation on W-B subscriptions<br />Preliminary Observations & General recommendations<br />Next steps? <br />
  • 6. Anatomy of the ‘Big (package) deal’<br />Libraries must maintain current subscribed title spend w/ +/- 5% annual price increase<br />Libraries get access to publishers whole collection for small additional fee ~2-8% of added title list price<br />Users unaware of access type (Subs. vs Added)<br />New: Libraries get archival access to ENTIRE collection<br />
  • 7. Effects of the ‘Big (Package) Deal’<br />It no longer matters whether a title is Subscribed or added within a package deal<br />Historical subscription profiles become stale<br />Weak to no relationship b/w institutional subscription list and most used/important titles<br />Subscription-based society remuneration becoming disconnected from library purchasing model<br />Libraries are avoiding adding new subs. as much as possible<br />Unprotected (non-packaged) titles are at risk of cancellation at the local level<br />The strength of this affect is growing as proportion of locked-in journals grows, and budgets shrink <br />
  • 8. My General Opinions<br />Society journal income should no longer be based solely on # of subscriptions<br />Wider access pays off in the long run<br />
  • 9. [Remainder Confidential]<br />Outline of analysis<br />Relationship between BioOne & Direct Subscriptions<br />Anecdotal Evidence<br />Prospective analysis<br />Retrospective analysis<br />Comparative analysis<br />General Recommendations<br />Next steps<br />

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