The National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS) is bringing an interesting webinar titled, “Document Delivery in the Information Ecosystem” available on October 11, 2016.

With scholarly output continuing to increase with new journals introduced each year and simultaneous shrinking of library acquisition budgets and increasing journal subscription prices, scholarly content buyers must learn to do more with less.

This NFAIS Webinar will cover the value that partnerships between publishers and content aggregators provide their customers for document delivery. These partnerships, among other benefits, complement subscription sales and foster expansion into new markets including non-subscribing libraries, corporations and unaffiliated knowledge workers.

The webinar will be facilitated by Reprints Desk’s Ian Palmer, SUNY Poly’s Shannon Pritting and Intercept Pharmaceuticals’ Christopher Mundy. They will discuss:

  • Perspectives on document delivery from both academic and corporate buyers
  • How data-driven decision-making increases subscription and individual article sales
  • Why customers choose on-demand document delivery to access content
  • How libraries determine which journals to subscribe to and from which journals to purchase single articles
  • The role of interlibrary loan services as part of content access solutions

Register today for this event.

Melody K. Smith

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