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The Commitment to Securing Perpetual Journal Access: A Survey of Academic Research Libraries
(East Carolina University, 2011)
Current and emerging trends raise questions about the extent to which academic research libraries should continue to seek perpetual access provisions for journal acquisitions. To describe the questions being raised, this ...
Assessing Return on Investment for E-Resources: A Cross-Institutional Analysis of Cost-Per-Use Data
(East Carolina University, 2011-01-09)
Libraries often rely on cost-per-use (CPU) data to measure the return on investment for their e-resource subscriptions. By comparing CPU data supplied by several libraries, this presentation will provide added context to ...
Political Divergence: A Brief History of the North Carolina Farmers’ Alliance
The Farmers’ Alliance entered a North Carolina that teemed with agrarian activity. It was not the driver of unity or administer of organization, for local Clubs had already organized before it ever appeared. The Progressive ...
Weeding One STEPP at a Time
Joyner Library recently had to make space for a new campus partner. To do so we focused our activity on print journals. We created a set of rules guiding our deselection, storage, and retention decisions.
Trusting Digital Preservation for Print Collection Management, Or How Librarians Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the "E"
This article advocates planning for the management of print collections in light of digital preservation activities. Three activities include deduplicating print holdings from archival online journal packages, participating ...
Open Access Publishing in Business Research: The Authors’ Perspective
Open access (OA) publishing is now accepted as an integral part of the emerging trends within scholarly communication. Business librarians, like their subject specialist colleagues in other disciplines, are increasingly ...
Dethroning the Kings of Cape Fear: Consequences of Edward Moseley’s Surveys
There remains a veil of romanticism used in past historiography concerning Edward Moseley that leaves one feeling that he was, as D.H. Hill said, “always on the side of the people.” Arguably, this romanticism has permeated ...
EAD collection-level web statistics for FY2008-FY2010
These seven files contain online use statistics for the Joyner Library Collection Guide website (http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/special/ead/) from 07/01/2008 - 06/30/2011. The TSV files have been exported from Google Analytics ...
A New Voice: The Undiscovered Histories of the Frederick C. Douglass Ledgers
Frederick C. Douglass, an African American lawyer in late 19th century Eastern North Carolina, kept meticulous records of his Union Soldier pension applicants’ claims. These records included the personal testimonies of ...