Licensing in libraries : Practical and ethical aspects, Karen Rubb-Serrano (ed.)

Kim Von Weidts


Although written for American university libraries, this compilation of articles does deliver on being a practical
introduction for an academic librarian to licensing for consortia. The book would be a valuable asset in a library school
collection as it compiles the point of view from different aspects: the users, the academic library consortia and
commercial content producers.


Karen Rubb-Serrano; Licensing in libraries

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