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    • The difficulties encountered in trying to make eBook collections available to FE Carolyn Alderson JISC Collections December 7, 2013 | Click: View=>Header&Footer | Slide 1
    • When it’s not Free!!  Ebooks for FE in ‘library purchased’ context - Challenges  Collections and Jisc bands  The Evidence Based Acquisition (EBA) – usage based model  eBooks Consortia Pilot – shared collection  HE in FE: – Jisc Collections Decision Tool and AAUs – Case Study KAFEG (Kent consortium)  Harnessing shared eBook interests  Working with closed consortia/groups JISC Collections | Slide 2
    • FE in “purchased” context: Challenges  FE Library – Budget – HE in FE – Content – Free trials and expectations  Publishers – Understanding the FE budget issue – Internal barriers  Jisc Collections – Managing publisher expectations – Opt in offers JISC Collections
    • Opt-in Collection Pricing and Jisc Bands for FE  Around 400 FE colleges in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland • A 0 • B 0 • C 1 • D 7 • E 60 • F 72 • G 52 • H 64 • I 93 • J 47 JISC Collections | Slide 4
    • Collections in the Jisc Collections Catalogue JISC Collections December 7, 2013 | Click: View=>Header&Footer | Slide 5
    • Alexander Street Press Offer to FE 2014 - Video  JISC HE Band A pricing for Filmakers Library Online = £1,525 (c. 72% of US List)  JISC HE Band A pricing for performance arts collections = £1,234 (c. 72% of US List)  FE JISC promotion – Alexander Street Press    Filmakers Library Online nb: includes all videos from Volume I and Volume II       FE average list price £        1,090     Single collection optional add-ons – performance arts – require Filmakers subscription Price applicable for each institution. Dance in Video Theatre in Video Opera in Video Classical Music in Video JISC Collections     JISC price Minimum Number of institutions  £                 500  £                 400  £                 300  FE average list price £           830  £           830  £           830  £           830  20 30 50   JISC price  £                  200   £                  200   £                  200   £                  200  | Slide 6
    • The Evidence Based Acquisition Model  What is it?  Deposit up front  Access all/defined content for a year and then chose what to keep to value of deposit  Usage data  The EBA model and discussions with publishers – EBASS25 project – A ‘good fit’ JISC Collections | Slide 7
    • http://ebass25.rhul.ac.uk JISC Collections 23rd September 2013 | KAFEC| Slide 8
    • CUP EBA eBooks Offer HE & FE  Institutions opt for 12 months or 6 months access to either all monographs or to specified subject collections. The total list price of the complete monographs collection is over £1,250,000.  12 month access option:  At the mid-point of the agreement (end of 6 months) institutions must use 33% of their upfront payment by selecting books up to that value to keep in perpetuity by the end of the 7 th month. At the end of the 12 month period the institution decides the remainder of the selection of books to keep in perpetuity based on usage (or other criteria). This decision is made by the end of the 13th month.  6 month access option:  At the end of the 6 month period the institution shall decide the selection of books to keep in perpetuity based on usage (or other criteria). This decision is made by the end of the 7th month  Lowest FE price £3,300 for access to a subject collection for 6 months: – Humanities, Social Sciences, or STM Collections  Conclusion: Not affordable to FE generally when Opt In JISC Collections | Slide 9
    • EBA model – considerations for FE Pros and Cons of the model –Opt-in –Each institution has to put an amount upfront • What amount is relevant for FE? • Essentially a paid for trial? • How many title will the deposit buy at the end? –MARC records –No DRM so access to all content for a year or six months –Usage analysis • Find out which eBook titles get used by College and across FE –Consortia pricing may make a difference JISC Collections | Slide 10
    • EBA Consortia pricing  Commitment from participants  Negotiate/agree with the Publisher(s) what the cost of a title is for retaining perpetual access by all participating colleges  Combine deposits from participating FE colleges as single deposit  Have the trial  Review combined usage of eBooks  Agree which eBooks to share / keep in perpetuity to the value of the combined deposit JISC Collections | Slide 11
    • http://www.slideshare.net/sconul/jisc-e-books-consortia-project JISC Collections December 7, 2013 | Click: View=>Header&Footer | Slide 12
    • Jisc eBooks Consortia Project  Based on a consortial business model trialled by Max Planck Institute (Germany) and CBUC (Spain)  Consortium of 6 academic libraries with large Engineering Faculties  6 publishers of engineering books (some large engineering publishers excluded as libraries had existing big deals)  Whenever one of the libraries purchased an eBook, all libraries had access  ‘Price multiplier’ negotiated with each publisher. In the pilot this was paid by JISC Collections. In a ‘real life’ consortium it would be split among the libraries JISC Collections
    • Explaining how the model might work. All figures are hypothetical EXAMPLE Library EXAMPLE COST of No titles titles purchased purchased Own Use by library's others of use of library’s purchased purchased titles titles Library's Contribution use of % use of by % used Total per nonnonnonLibrary purchased purchased purchased titles total Library 1 0 £0 0 0 1210 7.97% £1,326 £1,326 Library 2 13 £1,500 252 2497 48 0.32% £53 £1,553 Library 3 13 £1,300 320 1271 3828 25.21% £4,196 £5,496 Library 4 34 £3,400 2246 3753 4932 32.48% £5,407 £8,807 Library 5 15 £950 1491 4675 1633 10.76% £1,790 £2,740 Library 6 25 £2,500 1589 3875 3532 23.26% £3,872 £6,372 100 £9,650 5898 16071 15183 100.00% £16,645 £26,295 Multiplier Agreed 2.725 Totals Total cost to access same 100 titles without consortium x 6 libraries Total cost to consortium Saving % Discount JISC Collections £60,000.00 £26,295 £33,705.47 56.18% | Slide 14
    • HE in FE  Things to check  Does the FE College have an HE partner?  Is the HE partner willing to look into extending access from their e-resource licenses to incorporate HE in FE student users for key resources? – Additional Authorised Users – Jisc Collections: Decision Tool JISC Collections | Slide 15
    • JISC Collections 23rd September 2013 | KAFEC| Slide 16
    • KAFEC: HE students in FE Colleges Vicky Legge, Licensing Manager JISC Collections December 7, 2013 | Click: View=>Header&Footer | Slide 17
    • KAFEC – HE students in FE Colleges KAFEC - Consortium of 6 Kent Colleges 5 of the 6 colleges have directly funded HE students These HE students no longer have access to eResources via their partner university Partner university validates courses, but they are no longer ‘their’ students Students now belong to the college FE College receives direct funding and student tuition fees Colleges have a small window of time to provide eResources to support their HE courses Content not relevant to their FE students JISC Collections | KAFEC | Slide 18
    • KAFEC: Mostly about Journals  Jisc Collections working with KAFEC  6 key shared interest publishers identified  5 Publishers offering free trials (to Dec)  Majority of the publishers are NESLi2  SAGE, Wiley, T&F, Elsevier, Springer and Emerald  E.g. Wiley 50% discount FE price, Springer open trials to all FE  Trials – Identify level of use of HE in FE / collections of interest  Monitor Usage in JUSP JISC Collections | KAFEC| Slide 19
    • KAFEC: Considerations and Next Steps  HE access by Shibboleth Credentials (UKAMF Helpdesk info provided)  Not all institutions want to take part in the agreements  Review usage in JUSP –Can institutions offer HE-only Shibboleth access? –HE-only deals and potential closed consortium offers –Learn from discussions to potentially help other FE institutions –Springer Feedback (all FE trials; journals and ebooks) JISC Collections | KAFEC| Slide 20
    • Harnessing Shared eBooks Interest  Planning – Leading the consortium / co-ordinating the activity – Committing budget at the outset/ Setting Consortium objectives – Which content and which model? – Publishers (Collection, EBA) / Aggregators (Multiplier) – Access arrangements [HE in FE?]  Negotiating the deal  Reporting and communication  Invoicing and Single Payment  Licensing  Usage analysis JISC Collections | Slide 21
    • JISC Collections | Slide 22
    • Thank you for listening Anyone interested? Carolyn Alderson c.alderson@jisc-collections.ac.uk JISC Collections December 7, 2013 | | Slide 23