Economics of Digital Information: Collection, Storage, and Delivery
CRC Press, 1997 - 117 páginas
Eight papers from a March 1997 conference in Oklahoma City explore evolving legal and economic models of licensing and pricing in the digital domain to help libraries incorporate the digitization of their collections into their frameworks for strategicplanning and policy setting. Among the topics are liberating digitization from the rhetoric of revolutionary change, articulating a vision with a broad appeal, and wholesaling excess advertising space.
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Collection Storage and Delivery
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Evaluating Digital Strategies for Storing
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