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Flemisch ebooksinlibraries v20130513

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E-book business model between publishers and a public library offering in Flanders

E-book business model between publishers and a public library offering in Flanders

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  • 1. Flemisch LibrariesE-booklicenseModelNAPLE E-book seminarMilan 13 MayJohan.delaure@bibnet.be
  • 2. Flanders6,5 mil. inhabitants300 public libraries2 > 250.00014 >40.000 <120.00072 >20.000 <40.000200 <20.00040% Flemish publ.60% Dutch publ.16 mil. euro annualbudget bookcollection
  • 3. 1. Getting YES from publishers1. Public investment in a shared distribution platform.2. Options for preservation and digitalisation.3. Promote (e-) reading (borrowers = buyers)4. Budget (10 %)5. First offer: “single user copies” and 26 loans
  • 4. Problems with the 26 models1. No simultaneous access2. Buying ‘whole book copies’ as a minimum is required3. Libraries are not local anymore when it is about digitalservices4. Web presentation becomes volatileArtificial thresholds will evaporate
  • 5. Second round of negociations1. Pilot (only 1 year)2. Start with limited collection (200 +100 titles)3. User-oriented presentation (nocatalogue)4. Build experience5. Build trust6. Aspects of Dutch model
  • 6. For the end-user1. Inside the library: unlimited consulting and reading2. Register for e-reading at the library desk (+ contribution)3. 5 loans subscriptions4. Online reading or offline in an App on tablets5. Contribution fee is decision of local library
  • 7. For the publisher1. 1 agency for all libraries – 1 invoice2. 1 base license (handling / intra muros):1x tot 10x price of a copy3. Loan fee: 0…0,12…0,37…0,50 euro excl. TVA4. Minimal package:from 0…26…800 loans5. Publisher makes first proposal of titles6. Publisher has emergency exit per title
  • 8. For the library1. Sufficient libraries need to join2. Minimum fee implies loan packagesfor 0,5 % of the serviced population(3,72% of the adult loaners with address inside the community)3. Minimum fee implies 2 euro/loan(or more if unsufficient librairies join)4. Above minimum: 0,6 euro/loan.5. Option to ask end users for acontribution.
  • 9. 2. Getting YES from libraries1. Pilot or Perish : libraries without digital offering?2. Promote (e-) reading <-> marketing3. Extra in times of budget cuts: cost <-> innovation4. Local library infrastructure upgrading and leveragingcentral infrastructure
  • 10. The e-book lending process / modulesWeb• Presentation on local website• Widget platformSSO• OAuth infrastructure• Library Admin pagesRules• Loan management• Logging & reportingReader• Delivery• Online reader + App
  • 11. E-books in thelibraryMilano, 13 May 2013Johan.delaure@bibnet.be

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