Category Archives: license agreements

sudden clarity: definition of “perpetual”

 

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how we checked e-journal title lists in 2003

I found this as I was going through our historical license agreement files. Not much has changed in ten years!

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license review: it’s what i do

Over the last couple years I’ve been working my way through our file cabinet of license agreement materials, to see what is relevant to keep and what can be discarded. To demonstrate what an onerous process it is I thought … Continue reading

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update: a place to put your (perpetual access) stuff

In 2010 we were wrestling with how to manage the inventory of our perpetual access holdings to e-journals, specifically, where to put that stuff into our ILS (http://orgmonkey.net/?p=1115). We decided on a process and are working on putting it into … Continue reading

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Y U NO

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our e-resource management system turns 2

Happy birthday, ERM! Two years ago today we met our trainer from Innovative Interfaces to set up the new module that would help us manage our growing collection of electronic resources. Here we are, two years later, with a fully … Continue reading

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