Customer facing OPAC Titles Circulation cataloguing Serials Acquisitions Back office
Life was simple then OPAC Titles Circulation cataloguing Serials Acquisitions Back office User facing
Now OPAC Titles Circulation cataloguing Serials Acquisitions Back office Web Portal Z39.50 OpenURL – Link resolvers e-Titles e-Titles e-Titles User facing Libraries
The problems of e-resources
Discovery – what is out there ?
Delivery – how does the user get it ?
Authentication – who are you ?
Authorization – what can you use ?
Actions – what can you DO with them ?
Timescales – how long can you use them ?
Payments – to suppliers, authors etc.
Digital Library Federation
A group of libraries
Library of Congress
New York Public Library
Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)
OCLC Online Computer Library Center
Entity-Relationship Diagram for Electronic Resource Management NISO/DLF Workshop, 10 May 2002 Nathan D.M. Robertson Database Analyst/Programmer Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University [email_address]
Current situation Article Linker from SS ERM(Horizon) SirsiDynix Partial solution Registration Tracker EBSCO Summer 2005: V1 ermS Serials Solutions Summer 2005: V1 Meridian Endeavor Standalone: Partnership with TLC Gold Rush Colorado Alliance Partner with Harrasowitz e-Resource Manager TDNet 2005: V1 Holistic view ERM (Unicorn) SirsiDynix 2005: Beta : FRBR compliant Verify VTLS 2004: Version 2.0 April 2006 Calif. Dig. Library Cranfield (Unicorn) Verde Ex Libris 2002: Version 3: 60 sold; standalone also Library of Congress Electronic Resource Management Innovative Status Product Company
Integrated system or separates
Integrated systems are good
Best of breed is better ?
Help the data move from system to system
Help modules speak to each other
Vendors and systems
Part of an LMS
Integrated + Stand alone
Innovative (Electronic Resource Management)
Ex Libris (Verde)
Subscription agent system
More, richer functionality
Better authentication and authorisation
Balanced, informed purchasing decisions
ERM will become the centre of all library management operations
The ERM IS the LMS
The LMS is really a
“Print Resource Management system”
Both the traditional LMS and the ERM system are special cases of a
“Resource Management System”
Integrated Resource Management systems replacing the separate / linked systems being built today
P and E resources Complex – overlapping, changing deals. Time limited access. Simple Collection dev. More complex to analyse subject use As required budgets Complex – linked to access Simple – separate from access invoicing Trials with feedback Approval schemes Trials Package deals, market separation Simple: discounts, multiple copy deals Acquisition Can be complex: number of uses, purposes etc Simple: rationing via loan periods, loan limits Usage Complex: time controls, place controls Simple: copy restrictions, no loan for trade Licensing E-Resources P-Resources Functions
Now OPAC Titles Circulation cataloguing Serials Acquisitions Back office Web Portal Z39.50 OpenURL – Link resolvers e-Titles e-Titles e-Titles User facing ERM Libraries
Future 2 Resources Back office User facing e-Titles e-Titles e-Titles ASAD GePuRMS Licensing Rights Management Cataloguing Acquisitions Discovery Delivery Authentication Authorisation Web portal Z-39.50 ERM RMS Libraries