Who Are You?  Evaluate Your Library Holdings with WorldCat Collection Analysis NEBASE Hour January 9, 2008 Christa Burns O...
Demonstration Visit our Web site: www.oclc.org/collectionanalysis
Login Screen - Library Group Report
Staff View Screen
Group Analysis View
Drilldown to Divisions
Drilldown to Categories in Business
Call Numbers Display
Pre-1900 Economic Theory – 29 Titles
Title Export
Title File Opened in Excel
Graph View by Publication Date
Overlap View
Overlap by Categories/OCLC Symbol
View Overlap Using OCLC Symbol
Titles Overlapping Between Benedictine  and Lake Forest in “Arts in General”
Uniqueness View - Library Level
Uniqueness View - Division Level
Titles Shared by all 9 Libraries  in Business and Economics
Change Analysis – Change Column Values Format
Column Values - Formats
Categories by Format View
Title Display – Computer Files
Change Analysis – Column Values Languages
Categories by Language View
Titles View of French Language Materials
Limit Analysis Screen
Limit Analysis Screen
Selected Limits
View with Set Limits
Selecting Group Aggregated Report
Group Aggregated Report - Divisions
Administrative Module for Groups <ul><li>Allows group members to create sub-groups from the libraries in the group </li></...
Admin Screen for Group Subscriptions
Sub-group Creation
Staff View - Individual Library Report
Individual Analysis View
Administrative Module <ul><li>Allows libraries to select peer groups for comparisons </li></ul><ul><li>Allows libraries to...
Admin Screen for Individual Subscriptions
Peer Group Creation
Questions??? ? ? ? Christa Burns OCLC Member Services Coordinator NEBASE [email_address] 800-307-2665 http://www.nlc.state...
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NEBASE Hour Demo - January 2008 - Who Are You? Evaluate Your Library Holdings with WorldCat Collection Analysis

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To make the most of your library’s acquisitions budget, you need precise data that reveals your library's subject-matter strengths, gaps, and overlaps. WorldCat Collection Analysis is a Web-based service that provides analysis and comparison of library collections based on holdings information contained in the WorldCat database.

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  • NEBASE Hour Demo - January 2008 - Who Are You? Evaluate Your Library Holdings with WorldCat Collection Analysis

    1. 1. Who Are You? Evaluate Your Library Holdings with WorldCat Collection Analysis NEBASE Hour January 9, 2008 Christa Burns OCLC Member Services Coordinator NEBASE
    2. 2. Demonstration Visit our Web site: www.oclc.org/collectionanalysis
    3. 3. Login Screen - Library Group Report
    4. 4. Staff View Screen
    5. 5. Group Analysis View
    6. 6. Drilldown to Divisions
    7. 7. Drilldown to Categories in Business
    8. 8. Call Numbers Display
    9. 9. Pre-1900 Economic Theory – 29 Titles
    10. 10. Title Export
    11. 11. Title File Opened in Excel
    12. 12. Graph View by Publication Date
    13. 13. Overlap View
    14. 14. Overlap by Categories/OCLC Symbol
    15. 15. View Overlap Using OCLC Symbol
    16. 16. Titles Overlapping Between Benedictine and Lake Forest in “Arts in General”
    17. 17. Uniqueness View - Library Level
    18. 18. Uniqueness View - Division Level
    19. 19. Titles Shared by all 9 Libraries in Business and Economics
    20. 20. Change Analysis – Change Column Values Format
    21. 21. Column Values - Formats
    22. 22. Categories by Format View
    23. 23. Title Display – Computer Files
    24. 24. Change Analysis – Column Values Languages
    25. 25. Categories by Language View
    26. 26. Titles View of French Language Materials
    27. 27. Limit Analysis Screen
    28. 28. Limit Analysis Screen
    29. 29. Selected Limits
    30. 30. View with Set Limits
    31. 31. Selecting Group Aggregated Report
    32. 32. Group Aggregated Report - Divisions
    33. 33. Administrative Module for Groups <ul><li>Allows group members to create sub-groups from the libraries in the group </li></ul><ul><li>Allows group members to compare to authoritative lists (Booklist, Outstanding Academic Titles, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Allows group members to compare to predefined groups (Top 20 ARLs, etc.) </li></ul>
    34. 34. Admin Screen for Group Subscriptions
    35. 35. Sub-group Creation
    36. 36. Staff View - Individual Library Report
    37. 37. Individual Analysis View
    38. 38. Administrative Module <ul><li>Allows libraries to select peer groups for comparisons </li></ul><ul><li>Allows libraries to compare to authoritative lists (Booklist, Outstanding Academic Titles, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Allows libraries to compare to predefined groups (Top 20 ARLs, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Allows libraries to analyze their ILL statistics & trends </li></ul><ul><li>Allows libraries to analyze their Circulation statistics & trends </li></ul>
    39. 39. Admin Screen for Individual Subscriptions
    40. 40. Peer Group Creation
    41. 41. Questions??? ? ? ? Christa Burns OCLC Member Services Coordinator NEBASE [email_address] 800-307-2665 http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/nebase

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