A Call to Action

Claiming that pricing for the American Chemical Society's online journal package is "unsustainable for small institutions," SUNY Potsdam has decided to end its subscription to the ACS package for 2013.

In a "call to action" for institutional librarians, Jenica Rogers, director of libraries for SUNY Potsdam, writes that the library canceled its subscription because "we were unable to find common ground with the sales team from the ACS."

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