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Working with Verde
Working with Verde
Working with Verde
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Working with Verde
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Working with Verde

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Prepared for a breakout session at the 2012 EPUG-UKI conference, at the British Library.

Prepared for a breakout session at the 2012 EPUG-UKI conference, at the British Library.

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  • 1. Working with VerdeA open discussion on the use of Verde, and an opportunity to share bestpractice, and to discuss the challenges of managing electronic resources with(or without!) VerdeLouise ColeSenior Information Advisor, CollectionsKingston Universitylouise.cole@kingston.ac.ukEPUG, British Library, 15th October 2012
  • 2. Verde in context ◦ Verde – launched 2004 ◦ Now on version 2. End of life product … ◦ Capabilities:  Links to Aleph (acquisitions and payment data)  Links to SFX (harvesting data, pushing out licence data to customers)  No obvious way of linking to and from Metalib or Primo  Ustat – manages usage data in COUNTER format
  • 3. Where Verde fitted in, 2004
  • 4. Our aims at KU Make some clauses of licence data available to customers and library staff ◦ ILLs ◦ Walk-in users ◦ Coursepack use Include both A&I and full-text products, journals and books Log downtime and resource reliability Log required browsers, operating systems, etc. Speed up and simplify our processes!
  • 5. Top priorities for librarians …? Librarians’ Top 6 ERM  4. ADMINISTRATIVE Priorities INFORMATION STORAGE Store 1. WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT and make accessible administrative Support across e-resource life cycle, information, such as usernames and including resource tracking, passwords reminders, status assignments,  5. ACQUISITIONS routing and redistribution of FUNCTIONALITY Provide workflow, and communication, or acquisitions support for budget notifications to stakeholders or management, fund management, patrons financial reporting, repository of cost 2. LICENSE MANAGEMENT Manage data, and invoicing license details, provide storage for  6. INTEROPERABILITY Interoperate agreements, and display license terms across systems, including the ILS, to for internal and external users support auto-feeds, data loads, and 3. STATISTICS MANAGEMENT auto-updates Obtain, gather, and organize usage statistics. Auto-upload statistics using  Source: Building a better ERMs (Collins ­SUSHI standard. Provide historical and Grogg, 2011) statistics
  • 6. And lower list priorities … Subscription management … public display … vendor contact information … support for collection evaluation … consolidation of ERM information … package management … holdings management … reporting … and usability. What would your top priorities be?
  • 7. Is Verde the ERM to answer ourprayers?… discuss … ◦ Front end tool or back office helper? ◦ Sophisticated document store or simple storage mechanism? ◦ Has the ERM had its day in the age of resource discovery tool? ◦ Are we expecting too much? ◦ VERDE > ALMA
  • 8. Working with VerdeV – vendor management E – electronic resources R – reliability/robustness of platforms D – digital deliverables E - evaluating best practice

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