The inability of research libraries to offer the collections their users desire has become more pronounced each year. In response, libraries have moved in two directions: the rapidly growing consortial movement and the movement to advocate and support reforms in scholarly communication. However, if libraries do not pay careful attention, these two directions may, at least partially, cancel one another out.
University of Michigan Press
Journal of Electronic Publishing
Consortium, Library Consortia, Digital Libraries, Electronic publishing, Scholarly Publishing, Publishers
Landesman, Margaret and Johann van Reenen. "Consortia vs Reform: Creating Congruence." Journal of Electronic Publishing 6, 2 (2000). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/ulls_fsp/21