CDygert Solutions was founded by Claire T. Dygert with the goal of helping libraries keep information affordable. Whether it be negotiating the most advantageous deal for online resources and other materials, establishing collaborative efforts within library consortia, using Open Educational Resources to offset the cost of textbooks, or strategic planning for library or consortium development, we can help.
We believe that the best results are achieved through a collaborative approach, and we bring that spirit to all of our work.
CDygert Solutions brings over twenty years of experience working with vendors to negotiate large e-journal and other STEM contracts, with a proven track record of securing some of the most favorable contract terms in the country.
CDygert Solutions is dedicated to helping libraries keep information affordable, whether that means helping them keep collection costs down, or to play a role in finding solutions to the high costs of textbooks and other instructional materials.
Let CDygert Solutions help your organization thrive! We provide training and support for strategic planning efforts, team building, organizational change, workflow analysis, meeting skills, and other related services.
CDygert Solutions, LLC, has partnered with the publishers Cambridge University Press, SAGE, Oxford University Press, and Wiley, and is exploring opportunities with Springer/Nature and Taylor & Francis, to make e-journal packages available to underserved libraries and library consortia.
A large part of keeping information affordable is being able to effectively negotiate license agreements and pricing that is advantageous to the library. Yet librarians aren’t trained to negotiate, and working with contracts is out of the comfort zone of most people. CDygert Solutions has developed a one-day workshop, Building Your Licensing and Negotiation Toolbox, that gives librarians the skills they need to work effectively and with confidence with contracts, vendors and publishers.
CDygert Solutions, LLC
511 NW 80th Blvd.
Gainesville, FL 32607
Experience. Collaboration. Results.
Whether it be negotiating the most advantageous deal for online resources and other materials, establishing collaborative efforts within library consortia, using Open Educational Resources to offset the cost of textbooks, or strategic planning for library or consortium development, we can help.