Enssib  - École Nationale Supérieure des Sciences de l'Information et des Bibliothèques

École Nationale Supérieure
des Sciences de l'Information et des Bibliothèques

Costing and pricing in the digital age : a practical guide for information services / Herbert Snyder and Elisabeth Davenport

LivresAuteur principal: Snyder, Herbert, Auteur Co-auteur: Davenport, Elisabeth, 1948-...., Auteur Langue: anglais.Éditeur : New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers • C 1997Description : 1 vol. (x-166 p.) ; 24 cmISBN: 978-1-55570-311-0; 1-55570-311-9.Résumé : La 4e de couverture indique : "The proliferation of electronic information services has been retarded as much by the novel aspects of the pricing and accounting of resources they represent as by fear of technology or tight budgets. Library provision poses special problems as it must accommodate a mixed economy: commitment to good public services, and cost-driven financial planning." "Who should be responsible for network services spread across different cost centers? What are the costs that are masked by site licensing and top-slicing? Can economic and fiscal models guide those who plan for networked services? Incorporating step-by-step instructions, problem-solving techniques and broad case study material, this practical primer will help the reader address these concerns." "This text is essential reading for all information providers and suppliers of electronic services, including managers in academic and public libraries, and will also be of great interest to students of librarianship and information management."Sujet - Nom commun: Information électronique Coût | Services de documentation, Administration Voir dans le SUDOC
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La 4e de couverture indique : "The proliferation of electronic information services has been retarded as much by the novel aspects of the pricing and accounting of resources they represent as by fear of technology or tight budgets. Library provision poses special problems as it must accommodate a mixed economy: commitment to good public services, and cost-driven financial planning." "Who should be responsible for network services spread across different cost centers? What are the costs that are masked by site licensing and top-slicing? Can economic and fiscal models guide those who plan for networked services? Incorporating step-by-step instructions, problem-solving techniques and broad case study material, this practical primer will help the reader address these concerns." "This text is essential reading for all information providers and suppliers of electronic services, including managers in academic and public libraries, and will also be of great interest to students of librarianship and information management."

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