Collective Collection Building and DDA
Charleston Conference November 7th, 2013
Kerry Scott, Head, Research Support Servic...
Outline of the Talk
Kerry - UC system and our path to ebooks & DDA
Jim - local DDA experiences & systemwide pilot
Martha -...
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Change in UC Library Collection Budgets
From FY 2007-08 to 2012-13
(Not Adjusted for 5% inflation)
Change in UC Library Collection Budgets
From FY 2007-08 to 2012-13
(Adjusted for 5% inflation)
eBooks are Easier to Share
(and it feels less like sharing)
Story of DDA
another path
eased the pressure
long standing practice
UC Santa Cruz

•Founded 1965
•16,000 students-91%
undergraduate
•Historically
undergraduate focusedmoving to increase
grad...
DDA at UCSC - 2/2012-2/2013

ebl DDA

Numbers

COSTS

Purchased

35

$2,759.00

STL

144

$1,354.00

3,873 titles exposed
UC Merced
•Founded 2005
•6,200 students-94%
undergraduate
•Current plan is to grow to 10,000
students, including 1,000 gra...
DDA at UC Merced
2011/2012

ebl DDA - 2011/2012

Numbers

COSTS

Purchased

69

$5,676.00

STL

3,641

$54,583.00

2012/20...
UC San Diego

•29,052 students
•75% collection expenditures
for electronic resources
•Print collection size reduced
over l...
DDA at UC San Diego
DDA - 2011/2012

78

$4,683.00

STL

2,347

$19,940.96

DDA - 2012/2013

Numbers

COSTS

Purchased

35...
UC-wide UP DDA Pilot

•66 University Presses
•Arts& Humanities and Social Science titles
•Nine campuses participating (all...
Other UC E-book Pilots

•Airiti-Chinese-language e-books
•Six campuses participating
•ENGnetBASE with CRC Press
•Runs thro...
Hopes and Dreams
Model eBook Values
Test assumptions
Content Supporting Research and Instruction

•

Quality and quantity: how much is good...
UC Collection Breadth and Depth
Redefined

•
•
•
•
•
•

Manage duplication and costs
Assessment based on usage metrics
Inf...
Improve user access by learning more
about use

•
•

•
•

Provide what patrons need at point of need and no
sooner or late...
Thanks and questions?
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Collective Collection Development and DDA

  1. 1. Collective Collection Building and DDA Charleston Conference November 7th, 2013 Kerry Scott, Head, Research Support Services, UC Santa Cruz Jim Dooley, Head, Collection Services, UC Merced Martha Hruska, Associate University Librarian, Collection Services, UC San Diego
  2. 2. Outline of the Talk Kerry - UC system and our path to ebooks & DDA Jim - local DDA experiences & systemwide pilot Martha - “DDA hopes and Dreams”
  3. 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/catherinekolodzi ej/ License Some rights reserved by Catherine Kolodziej (Calyo
  4. 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fishbraintexas/
  5. 5. Shared Print
  6. 6. Change in UC Library Collection Budgets From FY 2007-08 to 2012-13 (Not Adjusted for 5% inflation)
  7. 7. Change in UC Library Collection Budgets From FY 2007-08 to 2012-13 (Adjusted for 5% inflation)
  8. 8. eBooks are Easier to Share (and it feels less like sharing)
  9. 9. Story of DDA
  10. 10. another path eased the pressure long standing practice
  11. 11. UC Santa Cruz •Founded 1965 •16,000 students-91% undergraduate •Historically undergraduate focusedmoving to increase graduate enrollment
  12. 12. DDA at UCSC - 2/2012-2/2013 ebl DDA Numbers COSTS Purchased 35 $2,759.00 STL 144 $1,354.00 3,873 titles exposed
  13. 13. UC Merced •Founded 2005 •6,200 students-94% undergraduate •Current plan is to grow to 10,000 students, including 1,000 graduate students, by 2020 •90% of collection expenditures are for electronic resources
  14. 14. DDA at UC Merced 2011/2012 ebl DDA - 2011/2012 Numbers COSTS Purchased 69 $5,676.00 STL 3,641 $54,583.00 2012/2013 ebl DDA - 2012/2013 Numbers COSTS Purchased 66 $4,921.00 STL 4,923 $61,564.00 325,981 titles exposed
  15. 15. UC San Diego •29,052 students •75% collection expenditures for electronic resources •Print collection size reduced over last three years •Eliminated print duplication, ongoing shift to digital
  16. 16. DDA at UC San Diego DDA - 2011/2012 78 $4,683.00 STL 2,347 $19,940.96 DDA - 2012/2013 Numbers COSTS Purchased 354 $55,099.00 STL 2012/2013 COSTS Purchased 2011/2012 Numbers 2,934 $29,071.95 20,000+ titles exposed
  17. 17. UC-wide UP DDA Pilot •66 University Presses •Arts& Humanities and Social Science titles •Nine campuses participating (all except UCSF) •Selected ebrary for pilot-good coverage of university presses-already used by most campuses •YBP - Common vendor services, efficiencies and transparency of system activity
  18. 18. Other UC E-book Pilots •Airiti-Chinese-language e-books •Six campuses participating •ENGnetBASE with CRC Press •Runs through 2013 •Access to all 2013 content •At end of pilot, librarians will decide which titles to purchase based on usage
  19. 19. Hopes and Dreams
  20. 20. Model eBook Values Test assumptions Content Supporting Research and Instruction • Quality and quantity: how much is good enough Fair Use and Scholarly Communication New models for sharing Positive User Experience Expedited Discovery and Access Opportunity to test/shape/influence Platforms and aggregators Business models • • • •
  21. 21. UC Collection Breadth and Depth Redefined • • • • • • Manage duplication and costs Assessment based on usage metrics Inform collective decision making (and spending models) Greater breadth potential systemwide Better fund management locally/systemwide Balance user driven collection with affordable & comprehensive UC collection
  22. 22. Improve user access by learning more about use • • • • Provide what patrons need at point of need and no sooner or later Learn more about user needs  adapt • • preferences for electronic vs. print formats STLs vs. Orders Learn more about interest in University Press content Explore new model for sharing between UC libraries
  23. 23. Thanks and questions?
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