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RE: eBooks in Libraries a Thorny Problem, Says Macmillan CEO
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- From: Rick Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 20:29:47 EDT
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> For consumer publishers, "libraries" almost always and > exclusively means "public libraries." Academic libraries are > not on the radar screen. For exactly this reason, maybe a handful of academic libraries would be the perfect place to experiment with some bold ebook access models -- risk could be kept within manageable levels while the experiments are conducted. I know my library would welcome the opportunity to talk with publishers about this kind of experimentation. Rick Anderson Assoc. Dir. for Scholarly Resources & Collections Marriott Library University of Utah email@example.com
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