ER&L 2014: DDA 2.0 Evidence-Based Selection of E-Books

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UConn Libraries PDA program is quite successful from an acquisitions perspective, but access to DRM-encased e-books is a less than ideal user experience. This presentation describes how UConn …

UConn Libraries PDA program is quite successful from an acquisitions perspective, but access to DRM-encased e-books is a less than ideal user experience. This presentation describes how UConn Libraries worked to provide access to thousands of DRM-free e-books while only purchasing titles with highest use.

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  • 1. DDA 2.0: Evidence-Based Selection of E-Books Galadriel Chilton University of Connecticut galadriel.chilton@lib.uconn.edu Photo Credit: Redfishingboat (Mick O) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License.
  • 2. UConn Libraries PDA program is quite successful from an acquisitions perspective, but access to DRM-encased e- books is a less than ideal user experience. This presentation describes how UConn Libraries worked is working to provide access to thousands of DRM-free e- books while only purchasing titles with highest use.
  • 3. Photo Credit: neurollero Where have we been? Why DDA 2.0?
  • 4. 66,685 Accessible Titles Out of 15,013 Titles Used… - 14,596 Short Term Loans - 417 Purchases
  • 5. Photo Credit: Darren Tunnifliff
  • 6. “Thanks very much for these links. However, I must share my feedback that this e-reader format is quite possibly the worst publication format that I have yet come across. In printing off the full chapters I wanted, some suddenly were truncated and every one had many page duplications, probably a result of subsections being defined part way through the page. I’m sure that this affected the number of pages I was allowed to print off too. The normal SpringerLink format would have been a thousand times better. I take what I can get, of course.” Assistant Professor Jonathan L Klassen Molecular and Cell Biology February 21, 2014
  • 7. Photo Credit: Melanie O.
  • 8. Photo Credit: BlueRobot
  • 9. Photo Credit: Romain BIHORE
  • 10. Photo Credit: Rusty Clark
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  • 12. Current Profile Specs:  Books Over $100  Imprint of 3 Years to Present  Excludes Textbooks  3 Short Term Loans, 4th Triggers Purchase Percent Use by Publisher July 2011 – December 2013 Taylor & Francis 29% Wiley 16% Springer 10% Elsevier 7% Cambridge Univ. Press 4% Oxford Univ. Press 3% ABC-CLIO 2%
  • 13. Taylor and Francis 24% Wiley 23% Elsevier 11% Springer 6% Cambridge Univ. Press 5% Oxford Univ. Press 4% De Gruyter 3% Current Profile Specs:  Books Over $100  Imprint of 3 Years to Present  Excludes Textbooks  3 Short Term Loans, 4th Triggers Purchase Percent $pend by Publisher July 2011 – December 2013
  • 14. Current Profile Specs:  Books up to $99.99  Imprint of 3 Years to Present  Excludes Textbooks  3 Short Term Loans, 4th Triggers Purchase Wiley 17% Palgrave Macmillan 9% Cambridge Univ. Press 6% Princeton Univ. Press 5% Elsevier 4% Univ. of Chicago Press 4% Oxford Univ. Press 3% Percent of Use by Publisher July 2011 – December 2013
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  • 16. DDA 2.0 Evidence-Based Acquisition of E-Books • Library pays a minimal deposit for 12-months of access to all of a publisher’s DRM-free e- books on the publisher’s platform • Library and publisher negotiate a minimum spend to be paid at end of 12 months • Library activates access to e-books (loads MARC records, etc.) • Library analyzes use at end of 12 months and purchases e-books with highest use to meet or exceed minimum spend. • Access to unpurchased e-books ends. • Library applies usage statistics gathered to help inform next fiscal year’s budget allocations. Photo Credit: Sepehr Ehsani
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  • 19. Licensing Woes Funding determined / Price negotiated Faculty request curricular and/or research need Does vendor accept required CT contract terms? Need for e-resource confirmed Yes and under $3,000 Resource not acquired Forward license agreement and justification of need for acquisition to CT Attorney General / UConn Office of General Council for AG Review Proceed with license negotiation* Successful negotiating complete? Vendor signs documents • License Agreement • Ethics Forms+ • Signature Authority UConn countersigns license agreement per signature authority designation policy No Invoice received and payment processed Resource access activated Hard copies filed and to AG/OGC if AG/OGC reviewed (Records Retention: term of license +7 years) Signed documents added to CORAL AG/OGC signature if AG/OGC reviewed license November 12, 2013 Yes and over $3,000 Signed documents added to KFS +Greater than $50,000, Less than $500,000: OPM 1 and 5 Form C +Greater $500,000: OPM 1, 5,6, and 7 Form C g. chilton / d. sanfordPhoto Credit: NASA
  • 20. Photo Credit: Salim Virji
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  • 22. Photo from www.geekologie.com
  • 23. Photo by subscircle
  • 24. Photo Credit: cellar_door_films
  • 25. Photo Credit: Ed Callow
  • 26. or e-book Photo by Betsy Weber
  • 27. Galadriel Chilton galadriel.chilton@lib.uconn.edu @gchilton slideshare.net/gchilton Thank you! 2014