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PowerPoint slides for the presentation given June 26, 2011 at the American Librarian Association's Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA. ...

PowerPoint slides for the presentation given June 26, 2011 at the American Librarian Association's Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA.

Presentation Description: To tame the complex and ever-changing electronic resource management landscape, electronic resource management systems need to be flexible, evolving and affordable. Two such systems are ERMes and CORAL, developed by libraries for libraries and made freely available. ERMes runs in Microsoft Access and is suitable for small and medium libraries. Released in summer 2010, CORAL, is a modular, web-based system. Presenters will discuss the development, use and future plans for each system.

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    Open Source Electronic Resource Management Systems: ERMes and CORAL (ALA Annual 2011) Open Source Electronic Resource Management Systems: ERMes and CORAL (ALA Annual 2011) Presentation Transcript

    • Open Source Electronic Resource Management Systems: CORALandERMes
      Benjamin J. Heet
      Senior Technical Consultant/Analyst
      Robin MalottSr. Software Developer
      Galadriel Chilton
      Electronic Resources Librarian
      William DoeringSystems, Catalog, & Digital Initiatives Librarian
      ALA Annual Conference
      June 26, 2011 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
    • Electronic Resource Management System Overview
      Benefits
      Challenges
      Photo by Tom Blackwell
      Photo by Jerry Wong
    • Electronic Resource Management System Overview
      Every library has different work flows, different purchasing models, and different needs based on how they operate.
      Photo by rosipaw
      One size does not fit all!
    • Electronic Resource Management System Overview
      Libraries need flexible tools that are customizable and easily adapt to the quickly changing landscape of resource management.
      Photo by Joe Shlabotnik
    • Building an ERM Yourself
      Reasons why we pursued local development.
      Photo by Noel Hankamer
      Photo by guercio
      Photo by Tracy O
      Photo by Terence Faircloth
    • Building an ERM Yourself
      What are the dangers and challenges of local development?
      Photo by Tom Blackwell
      Photo by Terence Faircloth
      Photo by David Reece
    • Releasing as Open Source
      The benefits of sharing the code and building a user community.
      © 2011 Open Magazine
      Better solutions through shared work.
    • Supporting the Software
      Sustainability of open source software and costs/benefits of using open source software.
      Juggling with our other job responsibilities
      • Build a better system through the contributions of a community of users
      • Benefits of utilizing commonly used technologies
    • ERMes
      ERMes’ History: How and Why an MS Access ERMS
    • ERMes
      The ERMes Community
    • ERMes
      Supporting ERMes Users
      http://murphylibrary.uwlax.edu/erm/
    • ERMes: Supporting Users
    • ERMes
      Demo!
    • ERMes
      Into the Future and Beyond
      Photo by Jim Crotty
    • CORAL
      Centralized Online Resources Acquisitions and Licensing
      • Our Development Approach
      - Needs based
      - Keep it simple
      - Ease of use
      • Why CORAL?
      - Open Source
      - Built by a library
      - Modular
      - Customization
    • acqworkflow management
    • product details, local data
    • routing, task based alerts
    • administration, customization
    • licensing management
    • document details, relationships
    • license expressions, terms
    • organizations management
    • org details, local account data
    • journal stats management
    • platform, publisher details
    • reporting front-end
    • CORAL
      Centralized Online Resources Acquisitions and Licensing
      GET CORAL @
      http://erm.library.nd.edu
      Robin Malott, rmalott@nd.edu
      Benjamin Heet, bheet1@nd.edu