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E-Book Program Development Study: Results and Recommendations

Goertzen, Melissa J.

This document contains the final results and recommendations from the E-Book Program Development Study, an ambitions two year assessment project aimed at gathering essential data to drive policies and best practices related to e-book collections and services at Columbia University Libraries (CUL). Findings support CUL's mission to support research, teaching, and learning initiatives across campus. They also create a bridge between the current information landscape and CUL's vision for the future of e-book programs and services.

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April 6, 2016
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