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  • 3-4 April 2006 UKSG 2006
  • 3-4 April 2006 UKSG 2006
  • 3-4 April 2006 UKSG 2006
  • 1330 mon carron 2 vanette

    1. 1. UKSG 2012The Future Role of the AgentFrans van Ette – Director BD
    2. 2. AgendaThe agent’s challengeFrom one-directional to multiple choicePressures in the value chainSwets answerExamples of our changing role: Accucoms Mendeley
    3. 3. Traditional AgentPublisher - anadditional channel to Library - the provision ofmarket plus the a single point ofprovision of purchasing content andadministration related servicesefficiencies and servicesaround the sellingtransaction Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 3
    4. 4. Is the traditional agent role still attractive? Is there still value in administrative ✔ Libraries services? ? ✔ Publishers (large vs. others) Is the market opportunity big ✔ Market Size enough?  Growth Are current capabilities good enough ✔ Print for the future? ✖ Electronic/Big deals Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 4
    5. 5. Are there additional opportunities? Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 5
    6. 6. Simple value chain in the old world Simple flow from user to content •User goes to library •Library goes to subscription agent •Subscription agent goes to publishers
    7. 7. The world we live in:
    8. 8. New complicated structures in the e-world
    9. 9. Same same, but different:It’s still about the content and the userbut with new players, new models, new expectations, new rules……and still changing
    10. 10. Institutional pressuresIncreasing international competitionReducing funds for researchIncreasing student numbers and decreasing government fundingCompetition from commercial accredited institutionsPressure on “objective value” scientific progressPublish or PerishGovernment that wants to steer
    11. 11. Author and student pressuresThe feared H-Index!Student loans
    12. 12. Common library challenges Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 12
    13. 13. Shares of publishers are not doing well Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 13
    14. 14. And this is no exception Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 14
    15. 15. Publisher Challenges Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 15
    16. 16. This whole value chain adapting ….. Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 16
    17. 17. Change requires new capabilities and new economic models Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 17
    18. 18. Agent Models Agent Agent Agent Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 18
    19. 19. SwetsInformation Services Accucoms LibServ Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 19
    20. 20. Swets Service Self Service & End user services Technology Solutions 20 Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge
    21. 21. Services
    22. 22. Strenghts•Local presence•Local languages•Customer contacts•Industry expertise•Insightful reporting
    23. 23. Plans for the future:Geographical ex
    24. 24. LibServ Corporate Swets Information Services - Improving The Delivery And Use Of Knowledge 25
    25. 25. M E N D E L E Y IN S T IT U T IO N A L E D IT IO N P O W E R E D B Y S WE TS
    26. 26. Patron using tools that are not “library borne” Social media: Loud Uncontrolable Come and go Copy-right? Library Quite Controlled For the long term Understanding the rules How to marry the needs of the user with the fundamental role of the library?
    27. 27. Mendeley IsThe world’s largest research database +145 Million user-uploaded documents
    28. 28. Mendeley - PapersUse the Papers tab to discover documents
    29. 29. Mendeley - PapersUse the Papers tab to discover documents Save Documents and References to your own Library
    30. 30. Mendeley - PapersThe My Library tab gives a clear overview of all your documents
    31. 31. Mendeley Desktop Mendeley searches within the full text PDF.You can read, annotate, highlight or add notes to thePDF document without opening Adobe Acrobat.
    32. 32. Mendeley - Groups
    33. 33. Mendeley & MIE• MIE is a module developed on top of Mendeley’s exisiting end-user model. Created in partnership between Mendeley and Swets.• Signing up for the Mendeley Institutional Edition powered by Swets can strengthen the role and value of the Library in the digital workflow of research. Not only across your institution but internationally as well.
    34. 34. MIE – Analytics
    35. 35. MIE – Institutional Groups View most published and most read users within your community
    36. 36. MIE – Analytics Real time analysis and reporting You can also view the Top Journals and Highly Read Documents
    37. 37. MIE – AnalyticsQuickly uncover gaps in your collection If your library has a valid subscription to a title, or it is freely available (OpenAccess) then users can save the document to their personal libraries. If access is unavailable, the user can save a reference (Metadata) to their library instead.
    38. 38. MIE – AnalyticsView which titles your members are publishing inand at what level.
    39. 39. MIE – AnalyticsSee which users have been published most frequently
    40. 40. MIE – Analytics Use the Social tab to view all groups across your Institution
    41. 41. What Swets/Mendeley doesProviding a solution for both the library and users which:• Is in line with the needs of the student and researcher • To organize articles • Share them (collaboration) • Find what’s relevant, new and trendy• …and adds value to the library • Service which can be offered and supported by the library • Which gives insight in the usage of content • As well as in the popularity of researchers at the institution
    42. 42. ConcludingThe eco-system of publishing and content delivery is changing drasticallyThe days of old business models and guaranteed positions are over for allThere is great opportunity for organizations that deliver value in a new e-world
    43. 43. Thank youfvanette@nl.swets.com+31651280147

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