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1 1 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. E- Book Trends: An Industry Analysts Viewpoint
2 2 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them…
3 3 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Reader Devices Breath-of-Life Early days of PDF on screen Now dedicated, networked reading devices Amazon – Oprah – Bookclub The Story of Edgar Sawtelle 20% of its sales via Kindle
4 4 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Definition No standard Downloadable units of digital book content that can be read on a variety of devices Discrete units of content, often based on previously print content NOT a website derived from a book
5 5 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. E-Book Readers Amazon Kindle & Sony Reader dominate E Ink Print-like reading experience Power only used to change page Purchase titles online Networked, Interactive
6 6 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Sales of E-Book Readers Taking Off Amazon Kindle 2 ($360; £240) 380,000 – 500,000 units * Sony Reader $350 / £ , ,000 units * iRex iLiad $700 / £470 10,000 – 50,000 units Apple iPhone/iPod Touch + Stanza (free app) 395,000 downloads (5,000 per day) *** Sources: * DIGITIMES, Citigroup estimates, Outsell estimates ** Outsell estimates *** Lexcycle, producer of the Stanza application Typical prices shown for latest models; may vary depending on supplier 2008 Estimates
7 7 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Not Yet Mass Market Outsells end user survey % of respondents owning… Sony Reader 1.2% Kindle 0.9% iPhone10.7% Early technology; high prices Source: Outsell Inc.
8 8 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. And Other Devices Compete Explosive success of multi-purpose handhelds & phones slowing adoption of single-use devices Amazons 240,000 titles now available for iPhone/iPod Touch Mobile version of Googles Books Search Service…1.5 million public domain titles
9 9 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. E-Book Formats & Standards EPUB preferred by publishers Kindle, Mobi, PDF entrenched Amazon dropping Microsoft & Adobe eBook
10 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Revenues derived from the sale of content to e-book devices will grow rapidly CAGR 38.4% vs. Information Industry 4.5%
11 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Segmentation by Geography....
12 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Segmentation by Genre....
13 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Educational User Pros & Cons
14 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Students – Small Part of Market… Lack of content availability Faculty unwilling to recommend over print Publishers other online alternatives compete
15 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. …But Potential Exists JISC National E-Books Observatory 36 Text, 127 HEIs, 20,000 respondents 60% use e-books via Library (46%) Free via Internet (43%) Purchased (5%) 37% consulted 3 or more e-books in prior month
16 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Student Usage Habits Problem-centric: Dip in & out Essay deadlines drive uneven usage Unlimited access models preferred 24/7 flexible access on & off campus No cannibalization of print sales!
17 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Business Model Experimentation Collections Rental One-off Unlimited access Per-chapter Custom books Blurring between Book (discrete unit) Journal (subscription) Database (search) Springer DRM-free; unlimited access Institutional Subscription Collections only FTE-based discounting on print list Safari Books Online Packages of titles Downloadable chapters Subscriptions Taylor & Francis Rental, One-off, Custom Books Subs, packages, per title
18 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. The E-Books Time Has Come Capabilities + Technology + Content = Open for business!
19 © 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. A final thought…. It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but rather the one most responsive to change Charles Darwin
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© 2007 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Overview: KM and CI in Information Management Special Libraries Association Denver, Colorado June 6, 2007 Joanne.
© 2009 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Evolving User Preferences: Implications for Information Management SLA DPHT Spring Meeting Napa, California Tuesday,
© 2006 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved Information Online February 1, 2007 Library Futures: Users, Technology, and You Joanne Lustig, Vice President.
Outsell’s Information Management Survey: An Update Jim Hydock VP & Practice Leader Outsell, Inc. 1 London Info International 25 November 2014.
What the Future Holds: A look at today, tomorrow and what next in econtent Ruth Jones May 2009.
EBOOKS Current events in library provision Colin Sinclair, Library Content Manager.
Digital Textbooks An Abundant New Media Opportunity Kent Freeman VitalSource Technologies, Inc An Ingram Content Group Company.
1 The information industry and the information market Summary.
© 2008 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential.
UCL Bloomsbury Conference 29 June 2007 Michael Holdsworth 1 Amazon, Google and Windows Live: emerging models and bumpy playing-fields Michael Holdsworth.
The rise of the e-book: issues for publishers and the impact on translation rights Lynette Owen, Copyright and Rights Consultant Moscow, September 6 th.
Implementing Springer eBooks John Hopkins, Account Development Specialist.
VSS Communications Industry Forecast Now with Data and Analysis by Both Revenue Stream Sector & Industry Sector.
Services Course Outlook Live Participant Guide.
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EBooks and eReaders Bruce Preston 11/11/2010. Agenda (not necessarily in this order) Who What When Where Why How – demonstrations Sources & Prices.
Single Sales PDF Channel Update Karen McCabe Staff Director, Strategic Marketing & Product Development IEEE 802 Plenary; 802 EC 12 July 2010.
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© 2008 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Library Marketing & Promotions Transportation Librarians Roundtable Thursday, July 10, 2008 Roger Strouse Vice.
ARL Authors’ Rights and the Library’s Role Karla Hahn Director, Office of Scholarly Communication Association of Research Libraries
Taylor & Francis eBooks eBookstore launched 2001 Originally 500 titles, now 15,000 Experimentation,
It’s an Either/And World Ruth Jones June Ingram Content Companies Physical storage and access to physical channels Print-on-demand and inventory.
De Gruyter offers competitive pricing and customer-friendly business models for all its content: eProducts for Everyone De Gruyter e-dition Print + eBook.
Device Wars Ned May Director & Lead Analyst And the Implications for the Enterprise.
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle Proprietary and Confidential. 1.
What’s in an e-book: challenges and opportunities Setting the scene The viewpoint of an STM Library Formats and acquisition models Demand-driven acquisition.
@mequoda 1 Publishing Digital Magazines iPad, Kindle, Nook and Beyond.
Global Cloud Gaming Market WEBSITE Single User License: US$ 2500 No of Pages: 57 Corporate User License: US$ 4000.
User Experience – Highlights Fully integrated into EBSCOhost Fully integrated into EBSCOhost Strength of the EBSCOhost platform Strength of the EBSCOhost.
E-books and consumer models; identifying consumer licence models Lynette Owen, Copyright Director, Pearson Education Ltd, United Kingdom Vilnius May 12.
Introduction to electronic books searching in ergonomics These slides take you through some of the basic ways of searching the Librarys electronic book.
Services Course Windows Live SkyDrive Participant Guide.
Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 12 1.
Public library users response to e-books and e-audio Dr Bob Pymm School of Information Studies.
Oracle Fusion Applications 11gR1 ( ) Functional Overview (L2) Manage Inbound Logistics (L3) Manage and Disposition Inventory Returns.
Information Technology Chapter 1: Information Technology 1.
Symantec Education Skills Assessment 3.0 Feature Showcase 1 Symantec Education Skills Assessment SESA 3.0 Feature Showcase Phil Sanchez Sr. Business Analyst.
Determine Eligibility Chapter 4. Determine Eligibility 4-2 Objectives Search for Customer on database Enter application signed date and eligibility determination.
A member of the ProQuest family of companies a ProQuest business ebrarys Download Feature February 2012.
Pricing models: Adding and extracting value online February 11 th 2004 Mary Waltham Princeton, USA
Copyright Laws How to Get Permission? By: Ruth Garza EDTC
© 2012 Association for Computing Machinery Intro to the ACM Digital Library February 24, 2012 Intro to the ACM Digital Library February 24, 2012.
EU Bookshop A single access to the official general publications of the European Union Dr. Silke Stapel - Publications Office Luxembourg/ Brussels, December.
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