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The Survey of Academic & Research Library Journal Purchasing Practices Product Image

The Survey of Academic & Research Library Journal Purchasing Practices

  • Published: November 2008
  • 182 Pages
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This report looks closely at the acquisition practices for scientific, technical and academic journals of academic and research libraries. Some of the many issues covered: attitudes towards the pricing and digital access policies of select major journals publishers, preferences for print, print/electronic access combinations, and elelctronic access alone arrangements. Covers spending plans, preferences for use of consortiums, and use of, and evaluation of subscription agents. Charts attitudes towards CLOCKSS, open access, use of URL resolvers and other pressing issues of interest to major purchasers of academic and technical journals.

The study presents data about the journals acquisitions and management practices of an international sample of academic and research libraries.  The study reports on a broad range of issues including: spending trends, use of print vs. electronic access, purchases in "bundles", purchases through consortia, the role of subscription agents, use and plans for use of open access, attitudes towards the pricing practices of a range of major journal publishers, sources of funding for journal purchases and relations with academic and administrative READ MORE >

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SURVEY PARTICIPANTS

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

Spending on Journals

Journal Acquisitions in Bundles as a Percentage of Total Journal Acquisitions

Title Cancellations and Additions

Spending on Journal Articles “by the slice”

Spending on Print Alone, Online Access Alone and Joint Print/Online Access Journal Subscriptions

Financial Assistance from Non-Library Academic or Administrative Departments for Journals

Opinions on the Impact of Open Access Journals

View of Impact on Journal Pricing of the Control of Peer Review by Journal Publishers

Perpetual Access

View of the Future of Print Journals

Barcoding Journals

Keeping Track of Journal Subscriptions in the Library

Use of URL Link Resolvers

Familiarity with CLOCKSS

Percentage of Journal Spending through Consortium

Change in Storage Space/Shelf Space for Journals

Use of Subscription Agents

Number of Subscription Agents Used

Percentage of Libraries in the Sample that have Changed Subscription Agents Within the Past Three Years

Margins Paid to Subscription Agents

Customer Satisfaction with Subscription Agents

Attitude Toward Uniform Date of Subscription Renewals

Views of the Pricing Policies of Selected Major Publishers of Academic Journals

Trends in the Number of Titles Canceled from a Select Group of Journal Publishers

Chapter One: Spending on Academic Journals

Chapter Two: Acquisition Practices

Chapter Three: Open Access

Chapter Four: Managing Electronic Access

Chapter Six: URL Link Resolvers

Chapter Seven: CLOCKSS

Chapter Eight: Consortiums

Chapter Nine: Space for Periodicals

Chapter Ten: Subscription Agents

Chapter Eleven: Journal Pricing

OTHER REPORTS FROM US

List of Tables

TABLE 1.1: 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR SPENDING FOR ACADEMIC, PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL JOURNALS

TABLE 1.2: 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR SPENDING FOR ACADEMIC, PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.3: 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR SPENDING FOR ACADEMIC, PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.4: 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR SPENDING FOR ACADEMIC, PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.5: 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR SPENDING FOR ACADEMIC, PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.6: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNALS LIBRARY SUBSCRIBED TO DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR
TABLE 1.7: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNALS LIBRARY SUBSCRIBED TO DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.8: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNALS LIBRARY SUBSCRIBED TO DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.9: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNALS LIBRARY SUBSCRIBED TO DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.10: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNALS LIBRARY SUBSCRIBED TO DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC OR FISCAL YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.11: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARY’S TOTAL NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ACQUIRED BY LIBRARY IN THE FORM OF SUBSCRIPTIONS BUNDLED WITH AT LEAST 50 OTHER TITLES

TABLE 1.12: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARY’S TOTAL NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ACQUIRED BY LIBRARY IN THE FORM OF SUBSCRIPTIONS BUNDLED WITH AT LEAST 50 OTHER TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.13: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARY’S TOTAL NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ACQUIRED BY LIBRARY IN THE FORM OF SUBSCRIPTIONS BUNDLED WITH AT LEAST 50 OTHER TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.14: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARY’S TOTAL NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ACQUIRED BY LIBRARY IN THE FORM OF SUBSCRIPTIONS BUNDLED WITH AT LEAST 50 OTHER TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.15: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARY’S TOTAL NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ACQUIRED BY LIBRARY IN THE FORM OF SUBSCRIPTIONS BUNDLED WITH AT LEAST 50 OTHER TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.16: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ACADEMIC JOURNALS CANCELED IN PAST YEAR
TABLE 1.17: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ACADEMIC JOURNALS CANCELED IN PAST YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.18: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ACADEMIC JOURNALS CANCELED IN PAST YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.19: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ACADEMIC JOURNALS CANCELED IN PAST YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.20: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO ACADEMIC JOURNALS CANCELED IN PAST YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.21: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS CANCELED CUMULATIVELY OVER PAST THREE YEARS

TABLE 1.22: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS CANCELED CUMULATIVELY OVER PAST THREE YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.23: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS CANCELED CUMULATIVELY OVER PAST THREE YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.24: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS CANCELED CUMULATIVELY OVER PAST THREE YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.25: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS CANCELED CUMULATIVELY OVER PAST THREE YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.26: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO INDIVIDUAL TITLES ADDED DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC YEAR

TABLE 1.27: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO INDIVIDUAL TITLES ADDED DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.28: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO INDIVIDUAL TITLES ADDED DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.29: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO INDIVIDUAL TITLES ADDED DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.30: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO INDIVIDUAL TITLES ADDED DURING 2008-09 ACADEMIC YEAR, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.31: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW TITLES YOUR LIBRARY ADDED WHICH YOU HAD PREVIOUSLY SUBSCRIBED TO BUT HAD CANCELED AT SOME POINT IN THE PAST

TABLE 1.32: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW TITLES YOUR LIBRARY ADDED WHICH YOU HAD PREVIOUSLY SUBSCRIBED TO BUT HAD CANCELED AT SOME POINT IN THE PAST, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.33: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW TITLES YOUR LIBRARY ADDED WHICH YOU HAD PREVIOUSLY SUBSCRIBED TO BUT HAD CANCELED AT SOME POINT IN THE PAST, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.34: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW TITLES YOUR LIBRARY ADDED WHICH YOU HAD PREVIOUSLY SUBSCRIBED TO BUT HAD CANCELED AT SOME POINT IN THE PAST, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.35: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF NEW TITLES YOUR LIBRARY ADDED WHICH YOU HAD PREVIOUSLY SUBSCRIBED TO BUT HAD CANCELED AT SOME POINT IN THE PAST, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 1.36: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY SPENT IN PAST YEAR FOR SINGLE ARTICLE PURCHASES FROM PUBLISHERS

TABLE 1.37: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY SPENT IN PAST YEAR FOR SINGLE ARTICLE PURCHASES FROM PUBLISHERS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.38: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY SPENT IN PAST YEAR FOR SINGLE ARTICLE PURCHASES FROM PUBLISHERS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 1.39: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY SPENT IN PAST YEAR FOR SINGLE ARTICLE PURCHASES FROM PUBLISHERS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 1.40: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY SPENT IN PAST YEAR FOR SINGLE ARTICLE PURCHASES FROM PUBLISHERS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 2.1: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: PRINT-EDITION ONLY ACCESS TO JOURNALS ($)

TABLE 2.2: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: PRINT-EDITION ONLY ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.3: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: PRINT-EDITION ONLY ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.4: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: PRINT-EDITION ONLY ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 2.5: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: PRINT-EDITION ONLY ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 2.6: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: ONLINE ACCESS ONLY ($)

TABLE 2.7: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: ONLINE ACCESS ONLY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.8: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: ONLINE ACCESS ONLY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.9: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: ONLINE ACCESS ONLY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 2.10: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: ONLINE ACCESS ONLY, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 2.11: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: BOTH ONLINE ACCESS AND PRINT EDITIONS ($)

TABLE 2.12: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: BOTH ONLINE ACCESS AND PRINT EDITIONS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.13: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: BOTH ONLINE ACCESS AND PRINT EDITIONS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.14: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: BOTH ONLINE ACCESS AND PRINT EDITIONS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 2.15: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: BOTH ONLINE ACCESS AND PRINT EDITIONS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 2.16: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY RECEIVED IN PAST YEAR FROM ACADEMIC OR ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS TO HELP PAY FOR COST OF JOURNALS THAT LIBRARY OTHERWISE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD ($)

TABLE 2.17: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY RECEIVED IN PAST YEAR FROM ACADEMIC OR ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS TO HELP PAY FOR COST OF JOURNALS THAT LIBRARY OTHERWISE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.18: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY RECEIVED IN PAST YEAR FROM ACADEMIC OR ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS TO HELP PAY FOR COST OF JOURNALS THAT LIBRARY OTHERWISE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.19: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY RECEIVED IN PAST YEAR FROM ACADEMIC OR ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS TO HELP PAY FOR COST OF JOURNALS THAT LIBRARY OTHERWISE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 2.20: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARY RECEIVED IN PAST YEAR FROM ACADEMIC OR ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS TO HELP PAY FOR COST OF JOURNALS THAT LIBRARY OTHERWISE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 2.21: PHRASE WHICH BEST DESCRIBES TREND IN ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO LIBRARY BUDGETS OVER PAST FEW YEARS

TABLE 2.22: PHRASE WHICH BEST DESCRIBES TREND IN ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO LIBRARY BUDGETS OVER PAST FEW YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.23: PHRASE WHICH BEST DESCRIBES TREND IN ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO LIBRARY BUDGETS OVER PAST FEW YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 2.24: PHRASE WHICH BEST DESCRIBES TREND IN ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO LIBRARY BUDGETS OVER PAST FEW YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 2.25: PHRASE WHICH BEST DESCRIBES TREND IN ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO LIBRARY BUDGETS OVER PAST FEW YEARS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 3.1: PHRASE WHICH COMES CLOSEST TO DESCRIBING YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARD OPEN ACCESS MOVEMENT

TABLE 3.2: PHRASE WHICH COMES CLOSEST TO DESCRIBING YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARD OPEN ACCESS MOVEMENT, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.3: PHRASE WHICH COMES CLOSEST TO DESCRIBING YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARD OPEN ACCESS MOVEMENT, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.4: PHRASE WHICH COMES CLOSEST TO DESCRIBING YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARD OPEN ACCESS MOVEMENT, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 3.5: PHRASE WHICH COMES CLOSEST TO DESCRIBING YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARD OPEN ACCESS MOVEMENT, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 3.6: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE EVER PAID A PUBLICATION FEE ON BEHALF OF AN AUTHOR FROM THEIR INSTITUTION

TABLE 3.7: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE EVER PAID A PUBLICATION FEE ON BEHALF OF AN AUTHOR FROM THEIR INSTITUTION, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.8: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE EVER PAID A PUBLICATION FEE ON BEHALF OF AN AUTHOR FROM THEIR INSTITUTION, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.9: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE EVER PAID A PUBLICATION FEE ON BEHALF OF AN AUTHOR FROM THEIR INSTITUTION, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 3.10: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE EVER PAID A PUBLICATION FEE ON BEHALF OF AN AUTHOR FROM THEIR INSTITUTION, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 3.11: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARIES HAVE PAID IN PAST YEAR IN AUTHORS FEES TO OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS ($)

TABLE 3.12: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARIES HAVE PAID IN PAST YEAR IN AUTHORS FEES TO OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.13: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT LIBRARIES HAVE PAID IN PAST YEAR IN AUTHORS FEES TO OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.14: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT AGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: JOURNAL PUBLISHERS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE PRICES BECAUSE THEY CONTROL PEER REVIEW AND THIS CONTROL OF PEER REVIEW HAS NOT BEEN CHALLENGED BY AN ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM CONTROLLED BY ACADEMICS THEMSELVES. IF LIBRARIES WANT TO FORCE DOWN THE PRICE OF JOURNALS, THEY MUST DEVELOP AN ALTERNATIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS THAT BREAKS THE MONOPOLY THAT PRIVATE PUBLISHERS HAVE ON THIS PROCESS

TABLE 3.15: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT AGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: JOURNAL PUBLISHERS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE PRICES BECAUSE THEY CONTROL PEER REVIEW AND THIS CONTROL OF PEER REVIEW HAS NOT BEEN CHALLENGED BY AN ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM CONTROLLED BY ACADEMICS THEMSELVES. IF LIBRARIES WANT TO FORCE DOWN THE PRICE OF JOURNALS, THEY MUST DEVELOP AN ALTERNATIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS THAT BREAKS THE MONOPOLY THAT PRIVATE PUBLISHERS HAVE ON THIS PROCESS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.16: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT AGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: JOURNAL PUBLISHERS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE PRICES BECAUSE THEY CONTROL PEER REVIEW AND THIS CONTROL OF PEER REVIEW HAS NOT BEEN CHALLENGED BY AN ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM CONTROLLED BY ACADEMICS THEMSELVES. IF LIBRARIES WANT TO FORCE DOWN THE PRICE OF JOURNALS, THEY MUST DEVELOP AN ALTERNATIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS THAT BREAKS THE MONOPOLY THAT PRIVATE PUBLISHERS HAVE ON THIS PROCESS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 3.17: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT AGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: JOURNAL PUBLISHERS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE PRICES BECAUSE THEY CONTROL PEER REVIEW AND THIS CONTROL OF PEER REVIEW HAS NOT BEEN CHALLENGED BY AN ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM CONTROLLED BY ACADEMICS THEMSELVES. IF LIBRARIES WANT TO FORCE DOWN THE PRICE OF JOURNALS, THEY MUST DEVELOP AN ALTERNATIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS THAT BREAKS THE MONOPOLY THAT PRIVATE PUBLISHERS HAVE ON THIS PROCESS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 3.18: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT AGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: JOURNAL PUBLISHERS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE PRICES BECAUSE THEY CONTROL PEER REVIEW AND THIS CONTROL OF PEER REVIEW HAS NOT BEEN CHALLENGED BY AN ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM CONTROLLED BY ACADEMICS THEMSELVES. IF LIBRARIES WANT TO FORCE DOWN THE PRICE OF JOURNALS, THEY MUST DEVELOP AN ALTERNATIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS THAT BREAKS THE MONOPOLY THAT PRIVATE PUBLISHERS HAVE ON THIS PROCESS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 4.1: PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT PROVIDE ELECTRONIC ACCESS AND ALSO PROVIDE PERPETUAL ARCHIVAL ACCESS TO BACK ISSUES, AT LEAST FOR THE YEARS IN WHICH THEY WERE SUBSCRIBERS

TABLE 4.2: PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT PROVIDE ELECTRONIC ACCESS AND ALSO PROVIDE PERPETUAL ARCHIVAL ACCESS TO BACK ISSUES, AT LEAST FOR THE YEARS IN WHICH THEY WERE SUBSCRIBERS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 4.3: PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT PROVIDE ELECTRONIC ACCESS AND ALSO PROVIDE PERPETUAL ARCHIVAL ACCESS TO BACK ISSUES, AT LEAST FOR THE YEARS IN WHICH THEY WERE SUBSCRIBERS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 4.4: PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT PROVIDE ELECTRONIC ACCESS AND ALSO PROVIDE PERPETUAL ARCHIVAL ACCESS TO BACK ISSUES, AT LEAST FOR THE YEARS IN WHICH THEY WERE SUBSCRIBERS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 4.5: PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS THAT PROVIDE ELECTRONIC ACCESS AND ALSO PROVIDE PERPETUAL ARCHIVAL ACCESS TO BACK ISSUES, AT LEAST FOR THE YEARS IN WHICH THEY WERE SUBSCRIBERS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 4.6: LIBRARY’S POLICY VIS-À-VIS ELECTRONIC VS. PRINT ACCESS TO SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

TABLE 4.7: LIBRARY’S POLICY VIS-À-VIS ELECTRONIC VS. PRINT ACCESS TO SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 4.8: LIBRARY’S POLICY VIS-À-VIS ELECTRONIC VS. PRINT ACCESS TO SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 4.9: LIBRARY’S POLICY VIS-À-VIS ELECTRONIC VS. PRINT ACCESS TO SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 4.10: LIBRARY’S POLICY VIS-À-VIS ELECTRONIC VS. PRINT ACCESS TO SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 5.1: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT BARCODE BOUND SERIALS

TABLE 5.2: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT BARCODE BOUND SERIALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 5.3: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT BARCODE BOUND SERIALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 5.4: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT BARCODE BOUND SERIALS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 5.5: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT BARCODE BOUND SERIALS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 5.6: METHOD BY WHICH LIBRARY KEEPS TRACK OF ITS VARIOUS JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS

TABLE 5.7: METHOD BY WHICH LIBRARY KEEPS TRACK OF ITS VARIOUS JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES
TABLE 5.8: METHOD BY WHICH LIBRARY KEEPS TRACK OF ITS VARIOUS JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 5.9: METHOD BY WHICH LIBRARY KEEPS TRACK OF ITS VARIOUS JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 5.10: METHOD BY WHICH LIBRARY KEEPS TRACK OF ITS VARIOUS JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION
TABLE 6.1: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE A URL LINK RESOLVER THAT CONNECTS CATALOG CITATIONS TO FULL TEXT ARTICLES IN COLLECTION

TABLE 6.2: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE A URL LINK RESOLVER THAT CONNECTS CATALOG CITATIONS TO FULL TEXT ARTICLES IN COLLECTION, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.3: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE A URL LINK RESOLVER THAT CONNECTS CATALOG CITATIONS TO FULL TEXT ARTICLES IN COLLECTION, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.4: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE A URL LINK RESOLVER THAT CONNECTS CATALOG CITATIONS TO FULL TEXT ARTICLES IN COLLECTION, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 6.5: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE A URL LINK RESOLVER THAT CONNECTS CATALOG CITATIONS TO FULL TEXT ARTICLES IN COLLECTION, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 6.6: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SFX

TABLE 6.7: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SFX, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.8: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SFX, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.9: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SFX, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 6.10: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SFX, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 6.11: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SERIALS SOLUTIONS

TABLE 6.12: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SERIALS SOLUTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.13: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SERIALS SOLUTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.14: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SERIALS SOLUTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 6.15: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: SERIALS SOLUTIONS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 6.16: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: VOYAGER

TABLE 6.17: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: HOME GROWN APPLICATION

TABLE 6.18: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: HOME GROWN APPLICATION, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.19: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: HOME GROWN APPLICATION, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 6.20: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: HOME GROWN APPLICATION, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 6.21: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT USE THE FOLLOWING AS ITS PRIMARY LINK RESTORER: HOME GROWN APPLICATION, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 7.1: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM

TABLE 7.2: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 7.3: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM, COLUMN BE, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 7.4: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 7.5: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM, COLUMN BE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 7.6: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM THAT FEEL LIBRARY WILL BE A LIGHT, MODERATE OR HEAVY USER OF PROGRAM

TABLE 7.7: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM THAT FEEL LIBRARY WILL BE A LIGHT, MODERATE OR HEAVY USER OF PROGRAM, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 7.8: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM THAT FEEL LIBRARY WILL BE A LIGHT, MODERATE OR HEAVY USER OF PROGRAM, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 7.9: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM THAT FEEL LIBRARY WILL BE A LIGHT, MODERATE OR HEAVY USER OF PROGRAM, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 7.10: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES FAMILIAR WITH CLOCKSS PROGRAM THAT FEEL LIBRARY WILL BE A LIGHT, MODERATE OR HEAVY USER OF PROGRAM, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 8.1: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE OF SCHOLARLY, PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL SPENDING BY LIBRARY ACCOUNTED FOR BY DEALS NEGOTIATED THROUGH CONSORTIUM

TABLE 8.2: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE OF SCHOLARLY, PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL SPENDING BY LIBRARY ACCOUNTED FOR BY DEALS NEGOTIATED THROUGH CONSORTIUM, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 8.3: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE OF SCHOLARLY, PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL SPENDING BY LIBRARY ACCOUNTED FOR BY DEALS NEGOTIATED THROUGH CONSORTIUM, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 8.4: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE OF SCHOLARLY, PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL SPENDING BY LIBRARY ACCOUNTED FOR BY DEALS NEGOTIATED THROUGH CONSORTIUM, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 8.5: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE OF SCHOLARLY, PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL SPENDING BY LIBRARY ACCOUNTED FOR BY DEALS NEGOTIATED THROUGH CONSORTIUM, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 9.1: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE CHANGE OVER PAST FIVE YEARS IN ONSITE SHELF SPACE ALLOTTED BY LIBRARY FOR SHELF

TABLE 9.2: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE CHANGE OVER PAST FIVE YEARS IN ONSITE SHELF SPACE ALLOTTED BY LIBRARY FOR SHELF ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 9.3: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE CHANGE OVER PAST FIVE YEARS IN ONSITE SHELF SPACE ALLOTTED BY LIBRARY FOR SHELF ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 9.4: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE CHANGE OVER PAST FIVE YEARS IN ONSITE SHELF SPACE ALLOTTED BY LIBRARY FOR SHELF ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 9.5: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE CHANGE OVER PAST FIVE YEARS IN ONSITE SHELF SPACE ALLOTTED BY LIBRARY FOR SHELF ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 9.6: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE INCREASE OR DECREASE OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS OF OFFSITE OR ONSITE SPACE RESTRICTED FROM ROUTINE PATRON OR LIBRARY ACCESS THAT LIBRARY HAS ALLOTTED TO STORAGE OF PERIODICALS

TABLE 9.7: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE INCREASE OR DECREASE OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS OF OFFSITE OR ONSITE SPACE RESTRICTED FROM ROUTINE PATRON OR LIBRARY ACCESS THAT LIBRARY HAS ALLOTTED TO STORAGE OF PERIODICALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 9.8: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE INCREASE OR DECREASE OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS OF OFFSITE OR ONSITE SPACE RESTRICTED FROM ROUTINE PATRON OR LIBRARY ACCESS THAT LIBRARY HAS ALLOTTED TO STORAGE OF PERIODICALS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 9.9: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE INCREASE OR DECREASE OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS OF OFFSITE OR ONSITE SPACE RESTRICTED FROM ROUTINE PATRON OR LIBRARY ACCESS THAT LIBRARY HAS ALLOTTED TO STORAGE OF PERIODICALS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 9.10: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE INCREASE OR DECREASE OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS OF OFFSITE OR ONSITE SPACE RESTRICTED FROM ROUTINE PATRON OR LIBRARY ACCESS THAT LIBRARY HAS ALLOTTED TO STORAGE OF PERIODICALS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.1: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE USED THE FOLLOWING AS MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT

TABLE 10.2: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE USED THE FOLLOWING AS MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.3: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE USED THE FOLLOWING AS MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.4: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE USED THE FOLLOWING AS MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.5: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE USED THE FOLLOWING AS MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.6: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS USED BY LIBRARY IN PAST YEAR TO WHICH IT PAID AT LEAST $1,000

TABLE 10.7: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS USED BY LIBRARY IN PAST YEAR TO WHICH IT PAID AT LEAST $1,000, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.8: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS USED BY LIBRARY IN PAST YEAR TO WHICH IT PAID AT LEAST $1,000, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.9: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS USED BY LIBRARY IN PAST YEAR TO WHICH IT PAID AT LEAST $1,000, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.10: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS USED BY LIBRARY IN PAST YEAR TO WHICH IT PAID AT LEAST $1,000, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.11: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE CHANGED MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT IN PAST THREE YEARS OR HAVE MADE OTHER CHANGES THAT SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED EXTENT TO WHICH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT WAS USED IN THIS PERIOD

TABLE 10.12: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE CHANGED MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT IN PAST THREE YEARS OR HAVE MADE OTHER CHANGES THAT SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED EXTENT TO WHICH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT WAS USED IN THIS PERIOD, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.13: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE CHANGED MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT IN PAST THREE YEARS OR HAVE MADE OTHER CHANGES THAT SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED EXTENT TO WHICH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT WAS USED IN THIS PERIOD, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.14: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE CHANGED MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT IN PAST THREE YEARS OR HAVE MADE OTHER CHANGES THAT SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED EXTENT TO WHICH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT WAS USED IN THIS PERIOD, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.15: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT HAVE CHANGED MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT IN PAST THREE YEARS OR HAVE MADE OTHER CHANGES THAT SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED EXTENT TO WHICH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT WAS USED IN THIS PERIOD, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.16: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AVERAGE PERCENTAGE COMMISSION PAID TO MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT

TABLE 10.17: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AVERAGE PERCENTAGE COMMISSION PAID TO MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.18: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AVERAGE PERCENTAGE COMMISSION PAID TO MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.19: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AVERAGE PERCENTAGE COMMISSION PAID TO MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.20: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AVERAGE PERCENTAGE RATE OF SERVICE PAID TO MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.21: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT PAY A FIXED PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SPENDING FOR ALL JOURNAL TITLES THROUGH A SUBSCRIPTION AGENT VERSUS LIBRARIES THAT PAY DIFFERENT PERCENTAGES FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF TITLES THROUGH THAT AGENT

TABLE 10.22: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT PAY A FIXED PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SPENDING FOR ALL JOURNAL TITLES THROUGH A SUBSCRIPTION AGENT VERSUS LIBRARIES THAT PAY DIFFERENT PERCENTAGES FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF TITLES THROUGH THAT AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.23: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT PAY A FIXED PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SPENDING FOR ALL JOURNAL TITLES THROUGH A SUBSCRIPTION AGENT VERSUS LIBRARIES THAT PAY DIFFERENT PERCENTAGES FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF TITLES THROUGH THAT AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.24: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT PAY A FIXED PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SPENDING FOR ALL JOURNAL TITLES THROUGH A SUBSCRIPTION AGENT VERSUS LIBRARIES THAT PAY DIFFERENT PERCENTAGES FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF TITLES THROUGH THAT AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.25: PERCENTAGE OF LIBRARIES THAT PAY A FIXED PERCENTAGE OF JOURNAL SPENDING FOR ALL JOURNAL TITLES THROUGH A SUBSCRIPTION AGENT VERSUS LIBRARIES THAT PAY DIFFERENT PERCENTAGES FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF TITLES THROUGH THAT AGENT, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.26: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON TIMELINESS OF SERVICE

TABLE 10.27: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON TIMELINESS OF SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.28: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON TIMELINESS OF SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.29: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON TIMELINESS OF SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.30: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON TIMELINESS OF SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.31: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON GENERAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL ON ORDERS, PAYMENTS AND OTHER ROUTINE BUT IMPORTANT ISSUES

TABLE 10.32: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON GENERAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL ON ORDERS, PAYMENTS AND OTHER ROUTINE BUT IMPORTANT ISSUES, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.33: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON GENERAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL ON ORDERS, PAYMENTS AND OTHER ROUTINE BUT IMPORTANT ISSUES, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.34: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON GENERAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL ON ORDERS, PAYMENTS AND OTHER ROUTINE BUT IMPORTANT ISSUES, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.35: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON GENERAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL ON ORDERS, PAYMENTS AND OTHER ROUTINE BUT IMPORTANT ISSUES, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.36: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON COST OF THE SERVICE

TABLE 10.37: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON COST OF THE SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.38: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON COST OF THE SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.39: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON COST OF THE SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.40: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON COST OF THE SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.41: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON BREADTH OF THE SERVICE, CAPACITY TO OBTAIN A BROAD RANGE OF ITEMS IN ACCEPTABLE TIME FRAME

TABLE 10.42: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON BREADTH OF THE SERVICE, CAPACITY TO OBTAIN A BROAD RANGE OF ITEMS IN ACCEPTABLE TIME FRAME, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.43: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON BREADTH OF THE SERVICE, CAPACITY TO OBTAIN A BROAD RANGE OF ITEMS IN ACCEPTABLE TIME FRAME, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.44: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON BREADTH OF THE SERVICE, CAPACITY TO OBTAIN A BROAD RANGE OF ITEMS IN ACCEPTABLE TIME FRAME, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.45: LIBRARY’S LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH MAIN SUBSCRIPTION AGENT BASED ON BREADTH OF THE SERVICE, CAPACITY TO OBTAIN A BROAD RANGE OF ITEMS IN ACCEPTABLE TIME FRAME, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 10.46: LIBRARY’S ATTITUDE TOWARD UNIFORM DATE RENEWAL OF MAIN CONTRACTS WITH SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS AND MAJOR PUBLISHERS OF MULTIPLE TITLES

TABLE 10.47: LIBRARY’S ATTITUDE TOWARD UNIFORM DATE RENEWAL OF MAIN CONTRACTS WITH SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS AND MAJOR PUBLISHERS OF MULTIPLE TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.48: LIBRARY’S ATTITUDE TOWARD UNIFORM DATE RENEWAL OF MAIN CONTRACTS WITH SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS AND MAJOR PUBLISHERS OF MULTIPLE TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 10.49: LIBRARY’S ATTITUDE TOWARD UNIFORM DATE RENEWAL OF MAIN CONTRACTS WITH SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS AND MAJOR PUBLISHERS OF MULTIPLE TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 10.50: LIBRARY’S ATTITUDE TOWARD UNIFORM DATE RENEWAL OF MAIN CONTRACTS WITH SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS AND MAJOR PUBLISHERS OF MULTIPLE TITLES, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.1: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

TABLE 11.2: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.3: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.4: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.5: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.6: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS

TABLE 11.7: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.8: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.9: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.10: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.11: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

TABLE 11.12: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.13: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.14: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.15: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.16: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY

TABLE 11.17: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.18: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.19: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.20: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.21: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: ELSEVIER
TABLE 11.22: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.23: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.24: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.25: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.26: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: IOP PUBLISHING

TABLE 11.27: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.28: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.29: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.30: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.31: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP

TABLE 11.32: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.33: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.34: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.35: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.36: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

TABLE 11.37: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.38: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.39: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.40: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.41: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SAGE PUBLICATIONS

TABLE 11.42: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.43: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.44: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.45: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.46: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SPRINGER

TABLE 11.47: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.48: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.49: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.50: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.51: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: TAYLOR & FRANCIS

TABLE 11.52: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.53: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.54: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.55: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.56: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: WILEY-BLACKWELL

TABLE 11.57: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.58: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.59: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.60: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF PRICING POLICIES OF THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.61: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

TABLE 11.62: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.63: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.64: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.65: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS

TABLE 11.66: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.67: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.68: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.69: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

TABLE 11.70: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.71: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.72: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.73: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.74: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY

TABLE 11.75: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.76: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.77: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.78: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: ELSEVIER

TABLE 11.79: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.80: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.81: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.82: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: IOP PUBLISHING

TABLE 11.83: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.84: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.85: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.86: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP

TABLE 11.87: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.88: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.89: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.90: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.91: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

TABLE 11.92: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.93: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.94: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.95: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SAGE PUBLICATIONS

TABLE 11.96: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.97: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.98: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SAGE PUBLICATIONS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.99: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SPRINGER

TABLE 11.100: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.101: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.102: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: SPRINGER, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.103: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: TAYLOR & FRANCIS

TABLE 11.104: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.105: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.106: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.107: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: WILEY-BLACKWELL

TABLE 11.108: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.109: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.110: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM NUMBER OF JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS CANCELED FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHER WITHIN THE PAST YEAR: WILEY-BLACKWELL, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.111: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

TABLE 11.112: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.113: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.114: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.115: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.116: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS

TABLE 11.117: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.118: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.119: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.120: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.121: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

TABLE 11.122: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.123: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.124: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.125: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.126: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY

TABLE 11.127: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.128: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.129: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.130: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.131: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: ELSEVIER

TABLE 11.132: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.133: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.134: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.135: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: ELSEVIER, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.136: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: IOP PUBLISHING

TABLE 11.137: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.138: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.139: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

TABLE 11.140: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: IOP PUBLISHING, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION

TABLE 11.141: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP

TABLE 11.142: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND NON-U.S. LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.143: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC LIBRARIES

TABLE 11.144: LIBRARIANS’ OPINION OF THE ARCHIVAL AND PERPETUAL ACCESS POLICIES TYPICALLY OFFERED BY THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL PUBLISHER: NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF ANNUAL SPENDING ON JOURNALS

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