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Presentation given at the 2012 Association for Subscription Agents & Intermediaries Conference on services that would help libraries in the 21st century.

Presentation given at the 2012 Association for Subscription Agents & Intermediaries Conference on services that would help libraries in the 21st century.

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  • The Role of the Modern Intermediary
    • And What Constitutes Value in the Library of 2012
  • State of Libraries in North America 75-80% of library collections are electronically delivered Library budgets are fragile Value & return on investment of collection spend is crucial Librarians are moving rapidly into cloud computing Librarians are collaborating more than ever
  • Services Needed from Intermediaries
    • Providing better subscription maintenance
    • Tracking of publishing by local faculty
    • Overlap analysis of packages & aggregators
    • APIs and cloud services
    • Consortium support
    View slide
  • Subscription Maintenance Stories View slide
  • Local Author Tracking
    • Librarians are collaborating more and more with institutional research offices
    • Both attempting to understand local publishing landscape
    • Both trying to maximize support funds
    • Both trying to quantify research support
    • Both working closely with faculty
  • Overlap Analyses
    • Need to look at all coverage of titles
    • Need to evaluate where usage is occurring
    • Need to be able to show coverage from different access points
    • Need to know Impact Factor, Eigenfactor, Google Citation, SNIP
    • Need to be able to calculate cost per use for each instance of access
  • Cloud Computing Services
    • Need to be able to link data from your systems to other data management tools
    • Need ONIX implementations & EDIfact processing
    • Need full service agents who understand proxy services, OpenURL protocols, and hosting services
    • Need local data management spaces within your systems
    • APIs allowed/available to help create data bridges
  • Services Open for Consortia
    • Consortia partners need to be able to share data with other libraries
    • Individual consortia partners need to be able to use multiple vendors in consortium
    • Need to be able to track what is held locally and what is held collectively
    • Need to readily separate out local only from shared resources usage
    • Consortia managers need to be able see cost information from multiple providers
  • Thank You!
    • Jill Emery, Collections Librarian
    • Portland State University
    • [email_address]