Revisiting Kent Anderson’s 2013 post discussing a study on library spending that suggests that the costs of journals have not increased as much as is commonly claimed, and that the increases seen are due to the increased volume being published.
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.
A Library Journal survey shows things are about the same. But who are they really talking to?
The HarperCollins e-book lending limitations provide lessons in how both sides typically deal with change.