Self-Publishing and Collection Development [electronic resource] : Opportunities and Challenges for Libraries / Edited by Robert P. Holley.

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West Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue University Press, 2015.
Charleston insights in library, archival, and information sciences.
Charleston Insights in Library, Archival, and Information Sciences
1 online resource (185 pages)
Libraries and publishing.
Collection development (Libraries).
Acquisition of privately printed books.
Electronic books.
"The current publishing environment has experienced a drastic change in the way content is created, delivered, and acquired, particularly for libraries. With the increasing importance of digital publishing, more than half the titles published in the United States are self-published. With this growth in self-published materials, librarians, publishers, and vendors have been forced to rethink channels of production, distribution, and access as it applies to the new content. Self-Publishing and Collection Development: Opportunities and Challenges for Libraries will address multiple aspects of how public and academic libraries can deal with the increase in self-published titles"-- Provided by publisher
Editor's introduction / Robert P. Holley, Wayne State University
E-book self-publishing and the Los Gatos Library: a case study / Henry Bankhead, Los Gatos Library
Supporting self-publishing and local authors: from challenge to opportunity / Melissa DeWild and Morgan Jarema, Kent District Library
Do large academic libraries purchase self-published books to add to their collections? / Kay Ann Cassell, Department of Library and Information Science, Rutgers University
Why academic libraries should consider acquiring self-published books / Robert P. Holley, Wayne State University
Digital authoring, electronic scholarship, and libraries: from walled garden to wilderness / Donald Beagle, Belmont Abbey College, Abbot Vincent Taylor Library
Book vendors and self-publishing / Bob Nardini, Vice President, Library Services, Proquest Books
Ingram and independent publishing / Robin Cutler, Independent Publishing, Ingram Content Group
Review sources of interest to librarians for independently published books / Eleanor I. Cook, East Carolina University
Self-publishing and bibliographic control / Robert P. Holley, Wayne State University
Self-publishing and libraries: the slush pile is the platform / Tom Bruno, Yale University Library, Yale University
An indie author in a library world / Altonya Washington, Andrew Carnegie Library, Livingstone College
The romance of self-publishing / Elizabeth Nelson, McHenry County College
Alacrity House Publishing LLC / Frankie l. Colton, Alacrity House Publishing LLC
Self-publishing: a bibliographic essay / Joseph D. Grobelny, College Hill Library, Front Range Community College.
Includes index.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Holley, Robert P., editor.
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