October 31, 2014

Discover the Benefits of eBook Partnerships

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Sponsored by EBSCO eBooks and Library Journal

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Optimize your collection and stay on budget with the combined power of an intuitive interface and the leading content aggregator to make purchasing eBooks as seamless as possible. In this webcast, you’ll learn the ins and outs and the advantages of working with multiple vendors in order to maximize your libraries content needs. You’ll hear from EBSCO and YBP top executives discussing business model advancements, DDA workflow solutions, EDS integration as well as the Print to Electronic transition.

Panelists

Kristine Baker - Director of Digital Sales, YBP Library Services

Kristine Baker, Director of Digital Sales, has worked for YBP Library Services for 14 years and has been a member of the Sales Management Team since 2004. In 2007 Kristine focused her work on digital content and the services needed to support academic libraries. In 2010 she moved to Director of Digital Sales for the newly created YBP Digital Sales Team that focuses on digital products and services for the academic library community.

Ben Ganley – eBook Sales Manager, EBSCO​ 

Ben Ganley, the eBook Sales Manager, has been at EBSCO for over 6 years. He started at EBSCO as an Inside Sales Representative before being promoted to his current role 3 years ago. Ben oversees the daily internal operations on a global level. He works closely with distributing partners, high-profile customers and help shape the direction of EBSCO eBooks.

Moderator

Liz French - Senior Editor, Library Journal

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