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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 …

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