SERU 2.0: It's Not Just for Journals

Selden Lamoureux, Judy Luthor
2012 Something's Gotta Give   unpublished
Raise your hand if you've spent at least one hour navigating your way through an electronic resource license in the past year. Okay, put your hand down, and then make plans to attend this Lively Lunch so you can learn more about the changes being implemented in SERU, the Shared Electronic Resources Understanding. SERU, a NISO Best Practice since 2008, works in conjunction with copyright law and was originally designed to replace licenses for ejournals. Now its scope is being broadened to
more » ... broadened to accommodate the acquisition of e-books and more. Members of the NISO SERU Standing Committee will lead a discussion about the changes being proposed, show how SERU fits into the workflow of both content providers and librarians, and offer practical advice on how you can incorporate SERU into your electronic resources ordering process. SERU Standing Committee members are:
doi:10.5703/1288284314900 fatcat:tyq34yglqfetve65pgyoq6zdze