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The Debate over Short-Term Loan Pricing

Hiatt, Derrik

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Short-term loans (or STLs) allow libraries to pay for a user’s limited-time access to an e-book. The article discusses fairness in pricing, changes in library spending and publishers' revenue patterns, the importance of gathering data, and the need to work with publishers to find a sustainable model.
subject
e-books
demand-driven acquisition (DDA)
short-term loans
library-vendor relations
citation
5 (issue)
34 (volume)
contributor
Hiatt, C. Derrik (author)
date
2014-10-16T14:49:08Z (accessioned)
2014-10-16T14:49:08Z (available)
2014 (issued)
identifier
Hiatt, C. Derrik. (2014, Sept/Oct). "The Debate over Short-Term Loan Pricing" (Continuities column). Technicalities 34(5):12-14. Published under a CC BY-SA license, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/. (citation)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/39474 (uri)
source
Technicalities
title
The Debate over Short-Term Loan Pricing
type
Article

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