Library Journal

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Have Journal Prices Really Increased Much in the Digital Age?

A new report on institutional information expenditures raises the real possibility that instead of their being a pricing problem, there’s a quantity problem driving expenditures. Continue reading

How Satisfied Are Librarians With Their Jobs? The Survey May Not Show

A Library Journal survey shows things are about the same. But who are they really talking to? Continue reading

HarperCollinsGate: Some Thoughts

The HarperCollins e-book lending limitations provide lessons in how both sides typically deal with change. Continue reading

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