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Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go
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Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age: On-Demand and On-the-Go

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Presented as part of the panel "Libraries 2030: Will We Recognize Them." during the STM Spring Conference, April 27, 2011, Washington, D.C.

Presented as part of the panel "Libraries 2030: Will We Recognize Them." during the STM Spring Conference, April 27, 2011, Washington, D.C.

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    • 1. On-Demand and On-the-Go: Reinventing Collection Development for a Digital Age<br />STM Annual Spring Conference<br />Washington, D.C.<br />April 27, 2011<br />Michael Levine-Clark<br />Collections Librarian<br />University of Denver<br />
    • 2. 1990<br />
    • 3.
    • 4. 1990<br />
    • 5. 2030?<br />
    • 6. 2011<br />
    • 7. The Collection in 2030<br />Digital<br />Accessible anywhere<br />Articles<br />E-Books<br />On-Demand<br />Little legacy print<br />
    • 8.
    • 9.
    • 10. How do we get there?<br />
    • 11.
    • 12. Books Cataloged 2000-2004 (126,953 Titles)<br />
    • 13. Books Cataloged 2000-2004 (126,953 Titles)<br />
    • 14. Demand-Driven Acquisition<br />Short-term loans<br />Free browse<br />Purchase<br />Print-on-demand<br />Immediate access<br />Delivery to point of need<br />
    • 15. DU eBook Library (EBL) Data<br /> Actual List<br />255 titles purchased $19,510 $19,510<br />2,988 titles with STL* $39,831 $214,974<br />5,397 titles with browse $0 $436,691<br />Total (8,640 titles) $59,341 $671,175<br />Savings $611,834<br />*includes titles with an STL and auto-purchases<br />
    • 16. Reconsider Business Models<br />Chapter vs. book / article vs. journal<br />Use free content to entice the reader<br />Multiple rental/purchase options<br />ILL or STL<br />POD for access, not preservation<br />Quality not important <br />
    • 17. Reconsider the Collection<br />Everything we can supply in a timely manner<br />Bounded only by budget<br />Impermanent <br />A model of service<br />
    • 18. Reconsider the Library<br />Student study space<br />Digital collections<br />Accessible anywhere<br />A model of service<br />
    • 19. Implications for Publishers<br />New revenue streams<br />ILL<br />Backlist<br />Fewer frontlist sales<br />But maybe not over the life of the book<br />Uncertainty<br />
    • 20. Thank You<br />Michael Levine-Clark<br />michael.levine-clark@du.edu<br />

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