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Wednesday, November 8 • 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Examining Streaming Video Cost-Per-Use across DDA and Subscription Aggregation at Multiple Institution Types

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Whether credited to Mark Twain or Benjamin Disraeli, the quote: “There are lies, damned lies and statistics,” should be resonant for those in the business of evaluating streaming video usage and cost per use. Often data is presented from very limited and selected samples demonstrating the excellent cost-per-use of one vendor or purchase model over another vendor or purchase model. In this presentation, our aim is to present a broad data-set, capturing the cost per use of several institutions using both video aggregation products and DDA. We will avoid reference to specific vendors and specific products and only represent data from individual universities to illustrate rather than support findings from the broader data set.
In the past two years, video distributors have made significant strides in measuring engagement with, and the impact of streaming video. But let us not lose sight of the critical importance of cost-per-use in evaluating the different acquisition models available to libraries; most importantly, DDA and multi-disciplinary package subscription. Taken in sum: cost-per-use and broader measures of engagement and impact tell the complete story.

Speakers
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Rebecca Oling

Coordinator of Instruction and Literature Librarian, Purchase College Library
In addition to serving as coordination of instruction in the Purchase College Library, I also oversee collection development for the programs in literature/drama, film and media studies, and Jewish studies. As part of my responsibilities, I work closely with faculty teaching online... Read More →
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David Parker

Senior Director, Product Management, ProQuest
David Parker is SVP Video Products and Distribution for Alexander Street a ProQuest company – the leading provider of video, audio and unique, curated databases to the global university library market with more than 12,000 institutional customers. Prior to his role with Alexander... Read More →
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Cory Tucker

Head, Continuing Resources & Collections, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Cory Tucker is the Head of Continuing Resources & Collections at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries. The Continuing Resources & Collections Department is responsible for acquisition, licensing, access and maintenance of electronic resources; collection assessment, budgeting... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard Center 95 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

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