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Pay-Per-View Isn’t All Wet:
Providing Articles Can Save the Budget
Barbara MacAlpine
Trinity University, San Antonio, Texa...
Transactional access
[pay-per-view] is by
no means a magic
bullet to solve all
problems, but the
possibility exists for it...
“Pay-per-view will make fiscal
sense to many institutions.”
Steven Bachrach
Semmes Distinguished Professor
Chair, Departme...
HOW WAS THE TRINITY
BUDGET CHALLENGED
IN 2006?
Increase in budget from FY05/06 to
FY06/07: 2%
Anticipated increase in cost of print
subscriptions: 8%
Anticipated budget ...
WHERE HAVE ALL
THE DOLLARS
GONE?
Total Subscriptions, 2005/06
4%
96%
Elsevier titles
Non-Elsevier titles
Expenditure of Print Serials Budget
19%
81%
Elsevier expenditure
Non-Elsevier expenditure
WHAT’S HAPPENED TO
PPV AT TU?
Articles purchased
$$ spent
Satisfaction quotient
Elsevier journal articles purchased per year,
October 2006—October 2010
14
208
343
310
379
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
40...
Expenditures for pay-per-view Elsevier journal
articles, October 2006—October 2010
$420
$6,240
$10,290
$9,300
$11,370
$0
$...
PAY-PER-VIEW
AT SURVEYED LIBRARIES
Most common:
Wiley
Elsevier
ELSEVIER
Article Choice—small libraries
Spending survey:c$30,000/year
Currently $22--$31.50/article
WILEY
ArticleSelect—pre-purchased tokens
Price decreases with quantity
Range of $10.50--$28.50/article
FUTURE OF PPV AT TU
Elsevier: electronic mediation for
students
spend more ?
Wiley: cancel most subs.
spend spend spend (t...
Considering PPV?
Usage statistics
Communicate w/faculty
Budget creatively
Educate faculty
Usage statistics!
What about your library?
Questions post conference?
Contact me at bmacalpi@trinity.edu
Sources
Bachrach, Steven. “Pay Per View at Trinity.” Message to
Barbara MacAlpine. 14 October 2010. E-mail.
Lifesavers pic...
Pay-Per-View Isn’t All Wet: Providing Articles Can Save the Budget; Charleston Conference 2010
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Pay-per-view program for journal articles at Trinity University (San Antonio, TX) and survey results from other libraries are presented at the 30th Charleston Conference in 2010.

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Pay-Per-View Isn’t All Wet: Providing Articles Can Save the Budget; Charleston Conference 2010

  1. 1. Pay-Per-View Isn’t All Wet: Providing Articles Can Save the Budget Barbara MacAlpine Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas Charleston Conference Presentation November 4, 2010
  2. 2. Transactional access [pay-per-view] is by no means a magic bullet to solve all problems, but the possibility exists for it to change the way libraries purchase serial resources. Adam Murray and Ryan Weir Murray State University
  3. 3. “Pay-per-view will make fiscal sense to many institutions.” Steven Bachrach Semmes Distinguished Professor Chair, Department of Chemistry Trinity University
  4. 4. HOW WAS THE TRINITY BUDGET CHALLENGED IN 2006?
  5. 5. Increase in budget from FY05/06 to FY06/07: 2% Anticipated increase in cost of print subscriptions: 8% Anticipated budget shortfall: ~$50,000
  6. 6. WHERE HAVE ALL THE DOLLARS GONE?
  7. 7. Total Subscriptions, 2005/06 4% 96% Elsevier titles Non-Elsevier titles
  8. 8. Expenditure of Print Serials Budget 19% 81% Elsevier expenditure Non-Elsevier expenditure
  9. 9. WHAT’S HAPPENED TO PPV AT TU? Articles purchased $$ spent Satisfaction quotient
  10. 10. Elsevier journal articles purchased per year, October 2006—October 2010 14 208 343 310 379 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ArticlesPurchased
  11. 11. Expenditures for pay-per-view Elsevier journal articles, October 2006—October 2010 $420 $6,240 $10,290 $9,300 $11,370 $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  12. 12. PAY-PER-VIEW AT SURVEYED LIBRARIES Most common: Wiley Elsevier
  13. 13. ELSEVIER Article Choice—small libraries Spending survey:c$30,000/year Currently $22--$31.50/article
  14. 14. WILEY ArticleSelect—pre-purchased tokens Price decreases with quantity Range of $10.50--$28.50/article
  15. 15. FUTURE OF PPV AT TU Elsevier: electronic mediation for students spend more ? Wiley: cancel most subs. spend spend spend (tokens)
  16. 16. Considering PPV? Usage statistics Communicate w/faculty Budget creatively Educate faculty Usage statistics!
  17. 17. What about your library?
  18. 18. Questions post conference? Contact me at bmacalpi@trinity.edu
  19. 19. Sources Bachrach, Steven. “Pay Per View at Trinity.” Message to Barbara MacAlpine. 14 October 2010. E-mail. Lifesavers picture by Scott Ehardt available at wikimedia.org. Murray, Adam, and Ryan Weir. “Giving the People What They Want: User-driven Acquisition of Journal Articles.” Abstract from a presentation given at the 29th Charleston Conference, Charleston, S.C., November 5, 2009. Online.

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