Interesting post in the SSP’s blog – the Scholarly Kitchen, written by Joseph Esposito. Esposito discusses “library bypass,” which as he describes, is another way for publishers to reach paying customers. Esposito says that libraries have limited money and are partial in these times to open access materials, not another high priced package from a profitable publisher, so library bypass presents opportunities for publishers to sell to the end user. He questions why libraries aren’t getting into this practice and discusses some challenges. Dave Tykoson commented on the need for a “library pass-through” in his comment, one that offers alumni access to online resources for a small fee through the library.