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Introducing the serials forum Introducing the serials forum Presentation Transcript

  • Introducing the Serials Forum Andrew Bevan, EDINA
  • Outline • Presenters: Zena Mulligan (SUNCAT), Daryl Yang (UKRR); Fred Guy (Keepers Registry, SUNCAT), Adam Rusbridge (Keepers Registry, UK LOCKSS) • 1.00 – 1.30 pm Registration and tea/coffee • 1.30 – 1.45 pm Putting the Serials Forum and EDINA services in context • 1.45 – 2.45 pm Managing your journals – how SUNCAT can help you fulfil your ILL requests; keep your catalogue up to date and analyse your collection (including use cases; how SUNCAT supports the UKRR, details of the redevelopment; demo of the new service, and future plans) • 2.45 – 3.00 pm Forum discussion on SUNCAT/UKRR issues • 3.00 – 3.30 pm Tea/coffee and cake (networking) • 3.30 – 4.15 pm Securing continuing access to e-journal content: how EDINA’s services can help (e.g. Keepers Registry, UK LOCKSS Alliance, PECAN) • 4.15 – 4.45 pm Forum discussion on Keepers Registry, LOCKSS, PECAN • 4.45 – 5.00 pm Summary and next steps • Feedback by email after the event, sent with a link to the slides from today
  • Putting it in context: Jisc e-journals – http://www.jisc.ac.uk/content/ejournals
  • Putting it in context: Jisc e-journals – http://www.jisc.ac.uk/content/ejournals
  • Putting it in context: EDINA homepage – edina.ac.uk
  • SALSER – edina.ac.uk/salser SALSER is a union catalogue of serials holdings for Scottish universities, the municipal research libraries of Edinburgh and Glasgow, numerous smaller Scottish research libraries and the National Library of Scotland. Through SALSER, discover which serials are held where; connect to the participating libraries‘ OPACs for more detailed holdings information; links to library addresses, phone numbers, opening hours and lending services.
  • OpenDepot.org
  • Repository Junction Broker RJ Broker project, to July 2015, creating a tool to help ensure research outputs reach the most appropriate institutional repositories), acting as a clearing house connecting data sources to IRs/SRs. Final report for Phase 1 of the project (to July 2013) publicly available. Following successful trials with Europe PubMed Central and Nature Publishing Group last year, a live data stream of over 80,000 articles to RJ Broker. Check content for your institution at broker.edina.ac.uk.
  • CLOCKSS CLOCKSS (Controlled LOCKSS) is a not for profit joint venture between the world’s leading scholarly publishers and research libraries to build a sustainable, geographically distributed dark archive with which to ensure the long-term survival of Web-based scholarly publications for the benefit of the greater global research community. Participate via http://edina.ac.uk/projects/clockss_summary.html EDINA/University of Edinburgh is participating in CLOCKSS with three distinct roles. A CLOCKSS steward library acting as an Archive Node and Delivery Host, preserving and making available web-published content following a failure to provide access from more traditional sources. CLOCKSS Board member helping to determine procedures, priorities, and when to trigger content. The CLOCKSS archive is managed by and for its members, with representatives from participating publishers and library organisations A host platform for triggered content - the collection of orphaned and abandoned content that is made available free and open access to all, when it ceases to be available via any publisher and following authorisation from the CLOCKSS Board.
  • OpenURL Router - http://openurl.ac.uk/doc/