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Digital book choice, securing and classifying: a University of York contextual investigation NAG workshop – York – 7 th July 2009

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Overview of alternatives and issues: determination acquisitions listing University of York contextual analysis current practice tentative arrangements Agenda NAG course – York – seventh July 2009

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Selection: 1 Finding out what\'s accessible No single, exhaustive wellspring of data Combination of sources should be utilized: Book supplier databases Publisher sites Publisher limited time messages and visits, remains at meetings and so on. Where you look may rely on upon the sort of asset needed, eg. whether it\'s a bundle or individual titles NAG workshop – York – seventh July 2009

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Selection: 2 Coverage of library supplier databases Oasis (Coutts): MyiLibary and a few distributers Enterbooks (Dawson): DawsonERA GOBI (YBP): EBL, ebrary, NetLibrary Collection Manager (Blackwell): EBL, ebrary & a few distributers DawsonERA, EBL, ebrary, MyiLibrary and NetLibrary are all aggregator stages – they permit content from various digital book distributers and host that substance all alone stages Aggregators on GOBI likewise have their own particular requesting stages, eg. Ebop from ebrary MyiLibrary titles can likewise be bought by means of Swets and ProQuest Swets building up their own ebooks arrangement

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Selection: 3 Lack of accessibility Textbooks Older titles Smaller distributers Confusion over different stages/arrangements which can\'t be authorized by HE establishments Who chooses? Accumulation improvement approaches and hones

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Acquisition: 1 Purchasing models Individual titles, one-off buys, access in-interminability. Aggregator and distributer stages Individual titles, yearly membership. Aggregator and distributer stages Aggregator membership bundles, content not \'settled\', it is possible that \'whatever you can eat\' or subject particular Publisher membership bundles, \'everything you can eat\' or subject particular – for the most part pay a membership to a \'copyright year\' and afterward keep all that substance in ceaselessness. Aggregator and distributer stages Fixed distributer gathering, as a rule covering a settled number of years, erratic buy, access in-ceaselessness. Could then be \'topped up\' with later substance, by membership if coveted, of further erratic \'lumps\'. Aggregator and distributer stages User-driven choice, aggregator stage

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Acquisition: 2 Typically, digital book determination and securing includes an extensive variety of library staff, not very many of whom have a diagram of the entire zone book acquisitions serials e-assets contact administrators classifying

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Cataloging Joint or separate records per group? Titles independently chose ordinarily classified/downloaded physically MARC records for bundles supplied by distributers/aggregators frequently not up to required standard transferred in mass to library administration frameworks need to stay up with the latest with increments and cancellations Some ebooks likewise incorporated into databases like Business Source Premier, LNB, Literature Online regularly should be listed physically

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University of York contextual investigation: 1 Publisher and aggregator bundles were bought at first Subject-particular, eg. ebrary, Springer, Cambridge Companions Online, Oxford Scholarship Online General and reference, eg. Oxford Reference Online, Credo Reference, Specialist, eg. ECCO, EEBO Advantages: minimum amount procured rapidly, light on choice and securing Disadvantages: listing issues, basically intermittent instead of erratic spend

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University of York contextual investigation: 2 Packages: who takes every necessary step? Choice Content Choice Group, if general or multidisciplinary Academic divisions and contact bookkeepers, if subject particular Acquisition Serials group, if memberships E-assets co-ordinator, on the off chance that coincidental buys Cataloging administrator and agent, likewise frameworks group data

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University of York contextual analysis: 3 Now attempting to purchase singular titles that show up on perusing records 10% \'hit rate\' run of the mill Have checked reflectively against key content records and most asked for reports Have additionally taken a stab at checking perusing astoundingly in YTD: 671 individual digital book titles requested (aggregate of all books requested: 19,172) Currently purchase for one stage, however that may change

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University of York contextual analysis: 4 Individual titles: who takes the necessary steps? Determination For some branches of knowledge, self-chose if \'key content\' thing on perusing list Academic contact curators, scholarly staff or scientists Bibliographic Services (Acq/Cat) group check for accessibility Acquisition Bibliographic Services (Acq/Cat) group Orders sent by means of EDI close by requests for print books Cataloging Bibliographic Services (Acq/Cat) group

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University of York contextual investigation: 5 User-driven choice model Have quite recently begun trialing with Coutts/MyiLibrary Set up a store account Identified starting document of 3,000 titles utilizing subject profiles, to be topped up month to month as new titles discharged MARC records for these titles transferred into our LMS 2 hits proselytes to a buy Monthly compromise receipts issued

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University of York contextual investigation: 6 User-driven choice: who takes the necessary steps? Determination Initial subject profiling: Acquisitions administrator, Academic contact curators Actual titles picked at the purpose of utilization Acquisition Not relevant! Indexing Bibliographic Services (Acq/Cat) group

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University of York contextual analysis: 7 Publicity All titles noticeable in our inventory, pursuits can be constrained to ebooks just Ebooks site page Future arrangements Compare use of titles procured by means of various acquiring models Compare and difference relative utilization of our e and print books Continue to investigate diverse models

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Sarah Thompson st20@york.ac.uk Content Acquisition Librarian University of York NAG workshop – York – seventh July 2009

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