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2012 v. 4 no. 3

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  • Thumbnail for E-book workflow from inquiry to access : facing the challenges to implementing e-book access at the University of Nevada, Reno
    E-book workflow from inquiry to access : facing the challenges to implementing e-book access at the University of Nevada, Reno by Beisler, Amalia , Kurt, Lisa

    As e-book holdings in academic libraries increase, libraries must face the challenge of how to manage the acquisition and access of both individual and package e-book titles. While libraries have developed work-flows to effectively handle electronic journal holdings and packages, e-books do not fit neatly into those models. An e-book workflow shares facets of both monographic and electronic resource acquisition and access, with both title-level and package acquisition and management issues. This article will explore how a cross-departmental team in the University of Nevada, Reno Libraries collaborated to analyze and refine the workflow for the e-book lifecycle, from the point of inquiry through acquisition, access management, and end of life.

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    Holding your vendor’s feet to the fire by Ayre, Lori

    In this article, Lisa Ayre shares her viewpoint that it’s time for libraries to hold the ILS vendor’s feet to the fire and demand full support for both SIP2 and NCIP2.

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    JISC collections : post-cancellation entitlement registry scoping project by Bascones, Magaly

    Since e-journals were first introduced into library collections, Post-Cancellation Access (PCA) rights and perpetual access have been a concern for librarians. Perpetual access concerns are being addressed by initiatives such as LOCKSS, CLOCKSS, PORTICO, among others. The same cannot be said for PCA rights. We haven’t yet seen any commercial, institutional or community initiative and work directed at addressing the problem. It is within this context that the JISC Collections: Post-Cancellation Entitlement Registry Scoping Project has been designed and implemented. It has explored in some detail what would happen if an institution wanted to ascertain from a publisher what its PCA rights were. The findings of interest to publishers and libraries are detailed in this article.

  • Thumbnail for Marmot and Prospector : a statistical review
    Marmot and Prospector : a statistical review by Thomas, Jimmy

    Public and academic libraries of the Marmot Library Network in western Colorado joined the Prospector regional union catalog hosted by the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries. Growth in patron-initiated resource sharing between Colorado Front Range/Wyoming and Western Slope libraries is analyzed in terms of circulation counts, lend/borrow ratios, load balancing issues, and collection development challenges.

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    Review of International students and academic libraries : initiatives for academic success by Stoddart, Rick

    Rick Stoddard reviews the book, "International Students and Academic Libraries: Initiatives for Academic Success." This book is Pamela A. Jackson and Patrick Sullivan’s compilation of case studies which focuses on one particular patron population, international students, which may offer many opportunities for unique collaboration and partnerships.

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    Review of World Digital Library by Baker, Christine

    Christine Baker reviews the World Digital Library. The Library of Congress introduced the concept of “an Internet-based, easily-accessible collection of the world’s cultural riches that would tell the stories and highlight the achievements of all countries and cultures, thereby promoting cross-cultural awareness and understanding.” This was presented to the U.S. National Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The end result is the freely-available World Digital Library (WDL) launched in April of 2009, a highly educational and culturally rich resource for “educators, scholars, and general audiences.”

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