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About the Webinar
The process of license negotiation has always been a tortuous one for both publishers and librarians. Librarians have begun to leverage their strength in numbers and to simplify the process of license negotiation through the use of consortial licenses that cover more than a single institution. The use of consortial licensing, the terms and conditions, and the ease in which they can be negotiated and implemented continue to evolve.
This webinar will explore some of the developments in consortial licensing and will look at new directions and ways to improve the processes.
Todd Carpenter, Executive Director, NISO
Starting Point: Using Model License Templates to Streamline License Negotiation and Contracting
Christine Stamison, Director at Northeast Research Libraries Consortium
Using SERU (Shared Electronic Resources Understanding) in Lieu of a License
Anne E. McKee, M.L.S., Program Officer for Resource Sharing, Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA); Co-chair of the NISO SERU (Shared Electronic Resource Understanding) Standing Committee
The Publisher-to-Consortia Relationship
David Celano, Vice President, Library Sales, Springer