MEDLINE ® Analysis Reports
EBSCO offers several MEDLINE analysis reports developed specifically for biomedical libraries. Upon request, EBSCO also provides health sciences libraries with valuable reports specific to MEDLINE titles.
Historical Price Analysis for MEDLINE Report provides a five-year price comparison of all MEDLINE titles listed alphabetically by subject or by title number. The reports include a five-year rate schedule for each title with both annual and total percentage increases. Statistical information is included in each subject area, including total number of titles, total cost per subject, average price per title, percentage change and percent of total MEDLINE titles subscribed to by the customer.
The Survey Report for MEDLINE includes titles to which the customer subscribes that are also listed in MEDLINE. The report includes a five-point Likert scale for evaluative studies. Appropriate sections of the report can be distributed to faculty members so they can participate in the collection development process. The report can display: all titles with those on order marked with an asterisk; only the titles on order; or only those titles not on order.
EBSCO can also provide you with the following additional MEDLINE customized reports:
- Customer Accounts by Subject for Current Rates Only
- Customer Accounts by Title Number (Five-Year Alphabetical Listing)
- Customer Accounts by Subject and Title Number
- Customer Accounts by Title Number
- Survey Report - Customer Titles by Subject with Current Rates Titles on Order
A valuable guide for budgeting decisions, the Periodical Price Survey is published each spring in Library Journal. Authored by Stephen Bosch, the materials budget, procurement, and licensing librarian, University of Arizona Library, Tucson and Kittie Henderson, director of EBSCO's Academic and Law Divisions, EBSCO Information Services, the report provides a detailed look at current pricing trends with helpful projections for the upcoming year. The Winds of Change | Periodicals Price Survey 2013, is available online at www.libraryjournal.com.