Library Budgets and Acquisitions

Back, Andi, and Sara E. Morris. 2021. “Patrons, Vendors, and Delivery: Print Demand Driven Acquisitions at the University of Kansas.” Technical Services Quarterly 38 (2): 109–22.

Childs, Gary M. 2022. “Supporting New Programs During the Pandemic: Using Benchmarking to Communicate Resource Acquisition Needs.” Serials Review 0 (0): 1–3.

Lee Parrott, Jaclyn. 2022. “Assessment of Continuing Resources Due to Budget Cuts Necessitated by COVID-19.” Library Resources & Technical Services 66 (1): 31–47.

McEvilly, Christine. 2022. “National Data Sets and Calculating Percentile Ranks: A Guide for Benchmarking Library Collection Spending.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 29 (1/2): 100–138.

Mustafa, A’dillah, and Noorhidawati Abdullah. 2022. “Evidence-Based Librarianship (EBL) in e-Resources Acquisition: How Concerned Are Librarians?” Library & Information Science Research 44 (2): 101158.

Pampel, Heinz. 2022. “From Library Budget to Information Budget: Fostering Transparency in the Transformation towards Open Access.” Insights 35: 1–10.

Rodriguez, Michael. 2021. “Flipping Subscription and Access Fees to Perpetuity.” Serials Review 47 (3/4): 187–90.

Saddler, Audrey. 2021. “Collaborative Relationships in E-Resource Acquisition and Delivery: An Examination of Select Academic Libraries in Jamaica.” Technical Services Quarterly 38 (2): 123–49.

Tang, Xiaoxuan. 2022. “Why Were the Budget Management and Library Acquisition Module in ILS so Important?” Journal of Library Resource Sharing 0 (0): 1–5.

Ubogu, Janet Onomeh. 2022. “Electronic Resources Acquisition Policies: Implementation in Some Selected University Libraries in Delta and Edo States, Nigeria.” Asian Journal of Information Science & Technology (AJIST) 12 (1): 1–7.