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E-Book Acquisition as a Shared Service in M25 (E-BASS25)

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  • 1. M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries (www.m25lib.ac.uk) E-BASS25 John Tuck M25 Consortium Chair and Director ofLibrary Services - Royal Holloway University of London Library Systems Programme Meeting, Birmingham, July 13th 2012
  • 2. E-BASS25E-BASS25 (E-Books Acquisition as a Shared Service in M25)Aims: * To deliver a series of linked reports and guidelines which will form a navigation tool for consortia seeking to embark on collaborative purchasing of e-books * Focus on patron driven acquisition
  • 3. E-BASS25 - Partners• Founded in 1993, M25 Consortium has 57 members• E-BASS25, led by Royal Holloway, University of London, partnering with:• Kingston University• Science Museum (on behalf of MLAG)• JISC Collections• SERO Consulting• Owen Stephens
  • 4. E-BASS25: DeliverablesProject deliverables include:• E-books landscape report including PDA use case studies (Anna Grigson)• Business requirements specification (Rupert Williams)• Business model specification with costings (Anna Vernon)• Guidelines on procurement options (Amy Warner)• Systems integration guidelines (Helen Guile)
  • 5. E-BASS25: Activities• Opening workshop from institutional perspective (SERO/Owen Stephens)• End of project dissemination workshop (SERO/Owen Stephens)• Close links to KB+, LMS projects• Timescale: August 1st 2012 – January 31st 2013• Project Manager: Dominic Tate, Royal Holloway

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