Demand-driven acquisition (DDA) has been around for a few years in public libraries, which allows vendors to streamline the acquisition process by offering to match a library's selection profile to the vendor's e-book titles.The decision to purchase the title is left to the patrons, although the library can set purchasing conditions such as a maximum price and purchasing caps so that the dedicated funds are spent according to the library's budget.E-book lending is a practice in which access to already-purchased downloads or online reads of e-books is made available on a time-limited basis to others.It works around the digital rights management built into online-store-published e-books by limiting access to a purchased e-book file to the borrower, resulting in loss of access to the file by the purchaser for the duration of the borrowing period.The following e Book collections are available 24/7 to current SBU faculty, students and staff.
With an even-handed and nonjudgmental approach, here is help for bettering Many people habitually destroy relationships with people they love and just don't know how to stop.
While there wasn't much, if anything, new or different from other books on this subject, it was still a good and easy read.*I received a complimentary e-book copy of this via Net Galley for my honest review.
All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*Michael Ross is a graduate of the University of Virginia.
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