December 17, 2017

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What Does the Right Subscription Agent Look Like for Your Library?

By Michael Rovner Most librarians know life is easier with a subscription agent, but not all of them are aware of how to make the most of that relationship. The majority of academic libraries use an agent in some capacity and there are many ways subscription agents contribute to the information supply chain. Agents increase […]

Library Unlimited: Amazon and the limits of the book brand | Editorial

Libraries are about much more than books. This simple truth bears repeating in light of the response to Amazon’s July announcement of the Kindle Unlimited ebook subscription service and the all too many reductive and ill-informed reactions that followed.

Scribd Adds “Dummies,” Releases Data | PubCrawl

On April 30, Scribd, which launched its “all you can read” $8.99 per month ebook subscription with Harper­Collins as the first (and still only) Big Five publisher last fall, announced a deal that brought 1,000 Wiley titles to its subscription service, including all those in the “For Dummies” series.