2012 Update from the Library Aggregators

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2012 has seen several changes in the library aggregator world, including inclusion in approval plans, new apps for downloadable books, and libraries lending books through Kindle, Nook, and other devices. New aggregators have begun to sell content, and new challenges have emerged. Representatives will discuss new offerings being developed, what libraries are asking for, responses from publishers, and more.



Chair: Lynda Schuh, Sales Manager, University of Illinois Press

Panelists: Michael Zeoli, VP, Strategic eContent Development & Partner Relations, YBP Library Services

Anna Bullard, Director, Publisher Acquisitions and Relations at Ebrary Inc

Frank Smith, Director, Books at JSTOR

Terry Ehling, Associate Director Content Development/Publisher Relations, UPCC Books on Project MUSE



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