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Overview of what Falmouth University have achieved using Talis Aspire Digitised Content

Overview of what Falmouth University have achieved using Talis Aspire Digitised Content

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  • 1. Digitised Content at Falmouth University Christina Lake TADC Workshop 05/03/14 christina.lake@fxpus.ac.uk
  • 2. Background • In-house digitisation service for Falmouth University and University of Exeter, Penryn Campus • Transferred to library in 2010 • In-house system (Dig-Res) developed for managing scans • All Exeter scans added to PackTracker
  • 3. Challenges: Rollover and Reporting • PDFs sent to straight academics • No record of module • No mechanism for tracking which scans still in use • Time consuming inventory of VLE to update records
  • 4. Challenges: Compliance with CLA • Proliferation of checks to be carried out • Demonstrating compliance • Clarity for staff over what is permitted
  • 5. Challenges: Maintaining in-house system • • • Reliant on support from one person Different authentication screen In need of more development e.g. request form, usage statistics
  • 6. TADC Business Case • Improving management of scans • Speeding up request and scanning process • Synergy with Reading List Module • Making requesting easy for staff • Getting away from being “Copyright Police”
  • 7. Benefits • • • • Processing scans – smoother and quicker Speedy delivery to lecturers Ability to deal with peak demand Number of scans processed doubled in first nine months
  • 8. Benefits • Availability of usage statistics • Additional information eg number of scans rejected
  • 9. Issues with new system • Student numbers – inaccurate/ unknown when lists being set up • Restrictions on PDFs • Downloading to tablets/ iPads/ Editing/ Expiring • Additional log-ins
  • 10. Other issues • Reading list integration • Still using old systems for Exeter scans • Dealing with changes to US publishers
  • 11. Hopes for the future • Smooth rollover and process for contacting lecturers • Greater integration with reading list rollover • More online-friendly access • More staff engagement via Reading List system
  • 12. Any Questions?