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Opinion pieces are replacing original reporting as the coin of the realm. The chapters of the book are divided into four major sections, the first of which is licensing. Raised in the Bronx, Shepard graduated from City College and Columbia, joined BusinessWeek as a reporter, and rose to the top editorial post.

In every industry, digital competitors are taking advantage of new platforms, tools, and relationships to undercut competitors, get closer to customers, and disrupt the usual ways of doing business. In the digital age, anyone can be a journalist. The authors claim that, given the restrictive climate, libraries must support the first sale and fair use doctrines to thrive in the digital environment. And an entire generation is relying on Facebook friends and Twitter feeds to tell them what to read. But it is also an analysis, an examination of the new challenges facing an old industry as it ambles and occasionally sprints its way into the digital age.

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Various e-journal management systems in different libraries are described. The book will serve as a very useful resource for all collection development librarians as well as for digital resources librarians.

Finally, the chapters address copyright issues, licensing concepts, and issues surrounding bibliographic control. Moreover, the book is thoroughly indexed and many chapters conclude with references and useful appendixes. James McQuivey of Forrester Research has been teaching people how to do this for over a decade.

Take risks, invest as cheaply as possible, and build on existing platforms to find the fastest path to solving a customer's problem. The case studies inclusively cover situations found in a variety of libraries, such as academic, health sciences, and public libraries. In this edited volume, working librarians share their expertise, addressing questions of licensing, funding, and access.

Moreover the book is thoroughly