JSTOR DDA now available through GOBI
JSTOR’s Demand-Driven Acquisition program is now available through GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO, helping libraries streamline their ebook acquisition workflows. GOBI’s multi-vendor DDA service prevents content gaps by cascading the DDA option to an available platform based on the library’s preferences. It provides trusted technical services, deduplication, and collection development support.
JSTOR’s ebook program offers 90,000 high-quality titles from scholarly publishers. Our unlimited-user, DRM-free access model and seamless integration with journals and primary sources provides an easy and familiar experience for researchers. The program’s tiered savings and generous DDA trigger of 7 total item requests ensure a strong value for libraries.
The wide release of this service follows a pilot period with librarians who provided valuable feedback on the implementation; the early adopters included the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Portland State University, the University of Sydney, and the University of Maryland, College Park. We are grateful for their input on workflows and processes to create an outstanding experience for all of our library participants.