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Problems with Euromonitor

We seem to be having a great deal of difficulty negotiating an 
agreement with Euromonitor.

They seem to be under the impression that libraries can prevent 
walk-in users from accessing library resources, or that libraries 
can set up dedicated computers.

I had thought most publishers were well past this kind of 

We, like every other library I know, already require all patrons 
to authenticate into the University's secure network, even for 
the computers in the library.

This means that walk-in users are not able to simply sit down at 
a library computer and have immediate access to all of the 
library's online resources.  I would have thought this was an 
adequate compromise.

Has anyone else out there experienced this same problem with 

Please feel free to reply to the list if you have any advice for 
us, or to reply to me off list if you feel more comfortable with 

Thanks in advance for any help you may be able to offer us!

Lila (Angie) Ohler
Head of Acquisitions
McKeldin Library
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742