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Purpose: Provides connectivity between publishers, libraries, and vendors. We strive to bridge gaps in communication among these groups by supplying ongoing training opportunities, hosting discussion groups, and presenting information on current and future trends through ALA programs and eforums.

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Publisher-Vendor-Library Relations Interest Group at ALA 2011 Midwinter

  • 1.  Publisher-Vendor-Library Relations Interest Group at ALA 2011 Midwinter

    Posted Nov 24, 2010 10:24 AM

    The Publisher-Vendor-Library Relations (PVLR) Interest Group invites you to attend:


    Seeking the New Normal: Periodicals Price Survey 2010  


    Monday, January 10th, 8:00 - 10:00 am


    San Diego Convention Center - Room 02


    Do you want to hear the latest about journals pricing trends? The annual Periodicals Pricing Survey is always of great interest to all constituents of the library community due to the ever-hot debate on journal pricing. Please join us to hear from the authors of the recent article “Seeking the New Normal: Periodicals Price Survey 2010” published in Library Journal in April 2010. The panelists will share how the survey data was compiled and their thoughts regarding future trends. We will provide ample time for audience participation to encourage a lively discussion.




    Stephen Bosch, Materials Budget, Procurement, and Licensing Librarian,
    University of Arizona Library


    Kittie S. Henderson, Director, Academic and Law Divisions, EBSCO Information Services


    Please also consider helping us brainstorm and plan future panels. The PVLR Planning Meeting will be held on


    Saturday, January 8th, 4:00-5:30 pm

    Hilton Gaslamp - Marina A


    For more information, please contact co-chairs Liz Lorbeer ( or Kim Steinle (