Input to Implementation: Libraries to Launch Demand Driven Acquisition
Beginning this year, a new pilot program that will help the Libraries focus staff time and collections budgets on the resources that Drexel students, faculty and staff need for academics, research and university administration. This new program is commonly referred to as Demand Driven Acquisition, utilizing the needs of the University population to acquire resources.
Through this new pilot, researchers will be able to access to relevant information faster with less need to submit interlibrary loan requests.
The Libraries' electronic resources are one of the services that receive the most attention within the Libraries – and user responses about them are largely positive. A snapshot of comments from our ongoing feedback survey includes high satisfaction ratings in the range, availability and accessibility of electronic services including catalog, online databases and eBooks.
You are invited to share feedback through our online customer feedback survey.
Director, Library Service Quality Improvement