Negotiating licensing agreements for e-resources is often a burden. The Shared Electronic Resource Understanding (SERU) allows libraries and publishers to forgo the traditional negotiation process in favor of using a set of “common understandings.” AALL’s June webinar, The Shared Electronic Resource Understanding (SERU): Can It Work in My Library, to be held June 9, at 1 p.m. EDT, is sponsored by the New England Law Library Consortium and the AALL Committee on Relations with Information Vendors.
Hear how both librarians and publishers feel about SERU and how SERU is used in practice. What are the legal implications of SERU? Is it feasible in the law library setting? Using a contracts perspective, librarians and publishers alike can learn how using SERU will affect their business relationships.
Registration fees are only $10 for both AALL members and non-members. Register by June 5.