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Acquisitions has changed the collection development process by shifting purchasing decisions from just in case to just in time. Several library vendors offer this service and libraries are taking ...

Acquisitions has changed the collection development process by shifting purchasing decisions from just in case to just in time. Several library vendors offer this service and libraries are taking advantage in a variety of ways. The Creighton University Reinert Alumni Library began working with YBP to purchase ebooks on the ebrary platform via Demand Driven Acquisitions in April 2011. Join Sally Gibson, Head, Technical Service & Serials, to learn about the implementation process of Demand Driven Acquisitions (DDA), budgetary planning, the role of selectors, and our overall impression of the service after the first year of use.
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    NCompass Live: Letting the Patron Drive NCompass Live: Letting the Patron Drive Presentation Transcript

    • Sally GibsonHead of Technical Services Reinert-Alumni Library Creighton University September 5, 2012
    •  Faculty are the main selectors ◦ Multiple Approaches ◦ 75% of Book Budget Divided between Departments No Print Approval Plan Slip Plan with YBP
    •  In 2010-2011 ◦ Added 4,872 print titles ◦ Added 28,758 eBook titles ◦ Print circulation down 5% ◦ E-book page views up 29%
    •  Sample of 46 titles held in print and eBook format 17 titles no use with either format 11 titles print only use 7 titles eBook only use 10 title use on both formats Page User Checkouts In house Views Sessions Use 4,332 233 24 6
    •  More Electronic Content Cost Savings Change in the Collection Development Process ILL Alternative Patrons can be better informed about emerging trends, areas of research, or change in a program’s direction and focus
    •  Budget DRM Restrictions Pool of Titles Short Changing the Collection
    •  What is the Optimum Size for the Initial Load? How long should titles stay in the pool? Do you want to limit by publishers? Do you want short term loans? Set a Price Cap? How will the vendor help me? What is the role of the selector?
    •  User views content of one eBook for 10 consecutive minutes User views ten unique pages One page is copied or printed Exclusions ◦ Front and End Matter ◦ ebrary software is designed to exclude periods of dormancy
    •  1 to 3 Short Term Loans before Title Purchase 1 day STL is 10% of List Price 1 week STL is 15% of List Price 1 month STL is 25 % of List Price
    •  Same as YBP Slip Plan Price cap at $125 One Short Term Loan then Purchase Title Single User Option
    •  First Record Load May 3, 2011 By October 1, 2011 990 Titles September 1, 2012 10,643 Titles Titles are searchable in library catalog, Summon, and ebrary platform ◦ Ebrary number is used for title control number ◦ Record is created not cataloged ◦ FTP Discovery Records from YBP site
    •  =LDR 01390nam 22003733a 4500 =001 ebr10484665 =003 NhCcYBP =005 20110901060016.0 =006 m||||||||d|||||||| =007 cr||n||||||||| =008 110901s2011njuasb0010engd =020 $a111811602X (electronic bk.) =020 $a9781118116029 (electronic bk.) =040 $aNhCcYBP$cNhCcYBP =099 $aInternet =245 00$aAuditing cloud computing$h[electronic resource] :$ba security and privacy guide /$c[edited by] Ben Halpert. =260 $aHoboken, N.J. :$bWiley,$cc2011. =300 $a1 online resource. =490 1$a[Wiley corporate F&A] =500 $aDescription based on print version record. =500 $aSeries statement from bk. jacket. =504 $aIncludes bibliographical references and index. =650 0$aBusiness enterprises$xComputer networks$xSecurity measures. =650 0$aCloud computing$xSecurity measures. =650 0$aInformation technology$xSecurity measures. =650 0$aData protection. =700 1$aHalpert, Ben,$d1986- =710 2$aebrary, Inc. =776 08$cPrint version$z9780470874745$z0470874740$w(DLC) 2011016626 =830 0$aWiley corporate F & A. =856 40$uhttp://site.ebrary.com/lib/creighton/Top?id=10484665$zClick here for online access =949 $aINTERNET$lINTERNET$tE-BOOK =955 $aYankee Demand Driven Acquisitions
    •  204 STL and 67 Purchases Total spent $5,779.28 May 2011 – Dec 2011 ◦ 31 STL and 5 purchases Jan 2012 – Aug 2012 ◦ 173 STL and 62 purchases
    • BISAC Categories Number of LoansBusiness & Economics 77Political Science 30History 23Religion 21Social Science 21Computers 16Education 15
    • Publisher Number of LoansJohn Wiley & Sons 70ABC-CLIO 27Palgrave Macmillan 23Taylor & Francis 21Cambridge University Press 18
    •  In 2011-2012 ◦ Added print titles 3,806 ◦ Added eBook titles 27,342 ◦ Print circulation down 11% ◦ E-book page views up 49%
    •  How many titles should be in the pool? How long should a title stay in the pool? What type of reports will be available? Is 1 day short term loan the best option? Do we need to purchase the cataloging record?