Carroll Publishing Adopts CLIR/DLF Standard License Agreement - Short Form and New Lower Library-Market Pricing for GovSearch and GovSearch Suite

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Carroll Publishing has implemented the CLIR/DLF short-form license agreement from the liblicense website for its standard Terms of Use in libraries. It is now easier to make revisions to the form, including State of governance, while enjoying the simplicity of a comprehensive license that covers all standard terms and conditions in an easy-to-review short form.

Carroll Publishing, publishers of the GovSearch and GovSearch Suite databases, announces it has adopted the CLIR/DLF short-form license agreement from the liblicense website for its standard Terms of Use in libraries. As with the older version, libraries can make revisions to the form, including State of governance, while enjoying the simplicity of a comprehensive license that covers all standard terms and conditions in an easy-to-review short form.

“Our goal is to make the license, as well as the company behind the license, as easy to work with as possible, further adding value to our award-winning GovSearch and GovSearch Suite databases,” notes Keith Allen, National Sales Manager for Library and Media Markets. “The less effort we require of a library to adopt our database licensing terms, the sooner the users can enjoy the database itself,” he adds. In addition, Carroll Publishing recently adopted a new pricing model for academic and public libraries, lowering subscription pricing up to 75% in the process.

For further information about Carroll Publishing’s new short-form license, GovSearch and GovSearch Suite databases, or its new lower prices, contact Keith Allen at 888-741-4490 or via email. http://www.carrollpub.com

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