In case of emergency pp 11 12 10


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  • Residents look at a collapsed building in Concepcion, Chile, Saturday Feb. 27, 2010 after an 8.8-magnitude struck central Chile.
  • Students at community college library
  • Map of epicenter of earthquake
  • Fishing boat swept ashore by tsunami waves
  • Cars flipped on Hwy in Santiago after earthquake
  • Background - university
  • Front of Library
  • Universidad de Talca Library on Talca campus, February 27, 2010. Panaromic view
  • In case of emergency pp 11 12 10

    1. 1. In Case of Emergency:Implementing Disaster Clauses in Publisher Contracts
    3. 3. Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library
    4. 4. Legal Considerations Technical SupportUsage Statistics Reliable Communication
    5. 5. Fishing boat swept ashore just outside of Concepcion
    6. 6. Cars flipped on Vespucio Norte Express highway in Santiago
    7. 7. Walls and aisles of pharmacy in Santiago after earthquake
    8. 8. 8.8 on the Richter Scale 2M People DisplacedWoman waiting for assistance in Talca
    9. 9. Wiley Press Release> Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 5:00 PM> To:> Subject: Wiley to Provide Emergency Access to Scholarly Content after a> Natural Disaster HOBOKEN, NJ, April 22, 2010 - Global publisher John Wiley & Sons,Inc. announced today that they have approved a Natural Disaster Access Clausethat will extend licensed electronic content to emergencyworkers, students, faculty, and academic institutions affected by alocal, national, or global natural disaster. The first license to include this clause isthe Wiley Online Consortium License with the University of Texas System andHouston Academy of Medicine - Texas Medical Center Library….
    10. 10. Does EAI provide what theChilean researchers need?
    11. 11. Communication
    12. 12. Communication
    13. 13. Details DETAILS Which universities need assistance? What kind of damage did they sustain? Do they have Internet and email access?How did publisher want us to authenticate?
    14. 14. “Our region was one of the most devastated by the recentearthquake that happened in our country. It would be very useful for our users to have access to that information.” Alejandra Zamora, Health Sciences Librarian, Universidad de Talca
    15. 15. Front entrance to library
    16. 16. Stairwell to 2nd and 3rd floors
    17. 17. Stairwell to 2nd and 3rd floors
    18. 18. 2nd Floor west wing study area
    19. 19. 2nd floor west wing study area.
    20. 20. Reference and Electronics
    21. 21. Reference and Electronics
    22. 22. Graduate Hall – 3rd floor
    23. 23. Postgraduate conference room – 3rd floor
    24. 24. 3rd floor -- west wing
    25. 25. 3rd floor -- west wing
    26. 26. 2nd floor—east wing
    27. 27. “We are now working in another building of smallerdimensions, in fact much material was lost and most of thebooks, journals and thesis papers are in containers, it does not fit in the building that we are appointed.” Alejandra Zamora, Health Sciences Librarian, U de Talca
    28. 28. Tracking Universidad de Talca Usage200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:37:16 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 11731200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:37:16 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 11725200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:37:17 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 11728200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:37:22 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 11731200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:59:04 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 21176200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:59:14 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 37622200.91.26.1 - [09/Aug/2010:15:59:17 -0600] "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 24115
    29. 29. HAM-TMC Library Disaster ClauseIn the event of a major disaster (local, regional, national, or international), (fill in name of Vendor) will provide openaccess to their resources for a minimum of 90 days to allowunaffiliated health professionals access to Library resourcesnecessary to meet the demands of the affected population and healthcare industry needs. Vendor will also allow previously unidentified IP addresses that are provided by Library personnel access to said resources under this clause.
    30. 30. Wiley’s version
    31. 31. Lessons Learned• Written disaster clauses essential• May require additional legal documents• Identify initial contact• Get details on need up front• Library decides authentication method• Interpreter: In-house librarian, user liaison, or Google Translate
    32. 32. Legal Considerations Technical SupportUsage Statistics Reliable Communication
    34. 34. THANK YOU Joanne Romano, MLS Licensing and Serials Librarian HAM-TMC Library