0
eBooks on Demand: creating digital
collections on users’ request
Õnne Mets, National Library of Estonia
Outline
 What’s EOD about?
 Users and their needs
 Visible outcomes for end-users
About EOD
 Digital document delivery service
since 2007 – until…
 Books
 Public domain
 High quality digitisation and ...
EOD service
Incorporation
into Digital
Library
Library: scans &
transfers images
Currently offered
by 36 libraries
in 12 c...
Since 2007
 nearly 9000 finished orders
 over 5000 enquirers
 about 1,6 million pages digitised
Users
 Over 60%: researchers requiring e-books
for professional or scientific use;
 about 16%: book collectors, readers ...
Clicks in social media
Top ads (IT, FR, RU) in Facebook:
1.Art
2.General add (books from 16-20 century)
3.Sheet music
4.Po...
Online Market Survey 2007
Outcomes
 Full access from digital libraries,
repositories
 Links to full-text in library catalogues
 Contributing to t...
EOD search
 28 libraries (out of 36), over 4 million
records in 30 languages
– eBooks, 23 382
– Books, 3 962 356 items, E...
Outcomes 2
 Links to full-text in Wikipedia
 Tweets with the links twitter.com/eod_ebooks
 Posts with the links in 5 Fa...
Thank you!
mets@nlib.ee
17-18 Oct, Prague
EOD open meetings, international conference and
hackdays on digital libraries a...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

eBooks on Demand: creating digital collections on users' request - Onne Mets, Activity leader of dissemination in EOD project, National Library of Estonia

456

Published on

Published in: Education, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
456
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
6
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "eBooks on Demand: creating digital collections on users' request - Onne Mets, Activity leader of dissemination in EOD project, National Library of Estonia"

  1. 1. eBooks on Demand: creating digital collections on users’ request Õnne Mets, National Library of Estonia
  2. 2. Outline  What’s EOD about?  Users and their needs  Visible outcomes for end-users
  3. 3. About EOD  Digital document delivery service since 2007 – until…  Books  Public domain  High quality digitisation and OCR, cover to cover  Culture programme co-funded project 2009 – apr 2014
  4. 4. EOD service Incorporation into Digital Library Library: scans & transfers images Currently offered by 36 libraries in 12 countries
  5. 5. Since 2007  nearly 9000 finished orders  over 5000 enquirers  about 1,6 million pages digitised
  6. 6. Users  Over 60%: researchers requiring e-books for professional or scientific use;  about 16%: book collectors, readers from special interest groups (amateur historians, collectors, ethnographers etc) Customer Survey 2008
  7. 7. Clicks in social media Top ads (IT, FR, RU) in Facebook: 1.Art 2.General add (books from 16-20 century) 3.Sheet music 4.Poetry 5.Fashion 6.Theatre (original texts of plays) 7.Education (old text-books) 8.Law 9.Fiction
  8. 8. Online Market Survey 2007
  9. 9. Outcomes  Full access from digital libraries, repositories  Links to full-text in library catalogues  Contributing to the portals, which use the metadata, including – Europeana – EOD search engine search.books2ebooks.eu
  10. 10. EOD search  28 libraries (out of 36), over 4 million records in 30 languages – eBooks, 23 382 – Books, 3 962 356 items, Europeana API
  11. 11. Outcomes 2  Links to full-text in Wikipedia  Tweets with the links twitter.com/eod_ebooks  Posts with the links in 5 Facebook pages: English (facebook.com/eod.ebooks), German, Czech, Slovenian, Hungarian  Actions by each library towards their target groups and general public
  12. 12. Thank you! mets@nlib.ee 17-18 Oct, Prague EOD open meetings, international conference and hackdays on digital libraries and repositories http://eod2013.techlib.cz
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×