By David P. Baker and Wendy Evans (Auth.)
This ebook offers a spouse quantity to electronic Library Economics and makes a speciality of the 'how to' of coping with electronic collections and providers (of every kind) in regards to their financing and monetary administration. The emphasis is on case stories and sensible examples drawn from a wide selection of contexts. A guide of electronic Library Economics is a realistic guide for these concerned - or looking forward to to be concerned - within the improvement and administration of electronic libraries.
- Provides sensible method of the subject
- Focuses at the demanding situations linked to the commercial and fiscal features of electronic developments
- Will be priceless to practitioners, and tutors and scholars in a wide selection of situations
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Additional resources for A Handbook of Digital Library Economics. Operations, Collections and Services
2008) ‘Evolving a network of networks: the experience of partnerships in the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program’, International Journal of Digital Curation, 3 (1): 4–14. Anglada, L. and Comellas, N. (2002) ‘What’s fair? Pricing models in the electronic era’, Library Management, 23 (4/5): 227–33. Baker, D. (2006) ‘Digital library futures: a UK HE and FE perspective’, Interlending and Document Supply, 34 (1): 4–8. Baker, D. and Evans, W. (eds) (2009) Digital Library Economics: An Academic Perspective.
2008) ‘The development and impact of digital library funding in the United States’, in A. ), Influence of Funding on Advances in Librarianship, Advances in Librarianship, Vol. 31. UK: Emerald Group, pp. 37–92. , Clarke, A. and Pattern, L. (2004) ‘Measuring the economic impact of the British Library’, New Review of Academic Librarianship, 10 (1): 79–102. H. and Jochumsen, H. (2003) ‘Strategies for public libraries in the 21st century’, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 9 (1): 83–93. Rauch, C.
P. (2009) ‘A history of digital library economics’, in D. Baker and W. Evans (eds), Digital Library Economics: An Academic Perspective. Oxford: Chandos Publishing. Castelli, D. (2006) ‘Digital libraries of the future – and the role of libraries’, Library Hi Tech, 24 (4): 496–503. Cathro, W. (2009) ‘Digital library economics: international perspectives: the Australian perspective’, in D. Baker and W. Evans (eds), Digital Library Economics: An Academic Perspective. Oxford: Chandos Publishing. Chowdhury, G.
A Handbook of Digital Library Economics. Operations, Collections and Services by David P. Baker and Wendy Evans (Auth.)