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RE: Science Online and general e-journal pricing models


Just curious...what is the size of your institution that pricing will be
based on? Could you afford to do this with 100 important journals from
your field?

Carole Richter                                                                  
Electronic Resourcees Coordinator                                               
University of Notre Dame Libraries                                              

At 09:53 PM 12/8/1998 EST, you wrote:
>I'd like to step up to Science's defense and state that we feel that the
>price for institution-wide access to the electronic version of Science is
>reasonable based on the number of potential users and the added value of
>items such as the links to PubMed, links from the Reference lists,
>Citation Manager, and the PDF versions of the article.
>Stephanie Publicker
>Electronic Resources Team Leader
>National Institutes of Health Library
>10 Center Drive, MSC 1150
>Building 10, Room 1L-19
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