Library consortia are taking stronger positions with scholarly publishers. In this interview, Roger Schonfeld () speaks with the Big Ten Alliance's Kimberly Armstrong () about its principles, concerns, and tactics. via
"I have observed that North American consortia are likely to take a rather different approach than those in Europe, but at the same time I am focusing much greater attention on consortial rhetoric and behavior in North America."
Speaking Truth to Power: the Big Ten Academic Alliance's Kim Armstrong on libraries and consortia joining together to advocate for change in unfavorable terms from publishers.
New today: The Big Ten Academic Alliance's Kimberly Armstrong () speaks with me about its principles, concerns, and tactics, including recent efforts to push back against a publisher's changes to journal backfile access. via
Library consortia are taking stronger positions with scholarly publishers. In this interview, Roger Schonfeld () speaks with the Big Ten Alliance's Kimberly Armstrong () about its principles, concerns, and tactics. via
Reading this with interest on my flight to Philly for a meeting with the library advisory board: "Advocating for Change by Limiting New Business: An Interview with BTAA's Kim Armstrong." via
Advocating for Change by Limiting New Business: An Interview with BTAA’s Kimberly Armstrong, by Roger C. Schonfeld /