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Re: Subscription agents jsauer@FHSU.EDU 23 Sep 2014 15:21 UTC

We are in the process of reviewing all journal subscriptions for transition
to all electronic (as much as possible). Where we have a sizeable number of
titles from one publisher we are opting for direct ordering with them.
One-offs and smaller portfolios of titles will continue to be processed via
the agent.

j.

Jennifer Sauer
Electronic Resources Management Librarian
Fort Hays State University
Forsyth Library
600 Park
Hays, KS 67601

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From:	"Harper, Cynthia" <charper@VTS.EDU>
To:	SERIALST@LISTSERV.NASIG.ORG,
Date:	09/23/2014 10:18 AM
Subject:	[SERIALST] Subscription agents
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Reflecting on Swets’ status, I’m wondering – how are most libraries placing
their orders for online content – through a subscription agent or direct?
Not that Swets’ problem is solely with their subscription agent business, I
understand that all of their information services group is affected.

Cindy Harper
charper@vts.edu

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