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  • 1. Living on a Prayer:Acquisition and Managementof Electronic Resources Norm Medeiros Coordinator, Bibliographic & Digital Services Haverford College Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 2. OUTLINE Brief history of e-resources in libraries  Today’s budgetary and contractual challenges  What academic libraries need from publishersLibraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 3. New Horizons in Adult EducationLibraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 4. 1993 Mosaic browser debuts1991 8 peer-reviewed e-journals1987 New Horizons in Adult Education Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 5. ca. 1996 E-journals cataloged ; annotated e-journal lists appear on library web sites1993 Mosaic browser debuts 1991 8 peer-reviewed e-journals 1987 New Horizons in Adult Education Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 6. WHERE WE ARE TODAY Users addicted to e-access Library budgets in rough shape The need for organization and access to licensing termsLibraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 7. PURCHASE ISSUES E-resource expenditures as a percentage of HCs serials budget 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 /1 /1 /2 /1 /1 /1 /1 /2 /2 /2 93 97 01 94 95 96 98 99 00 02 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 8. Philadelphia Mafia Quarterly Print subscription price: $100 Annual price increase: 8% Print renewal price: $108 Additional cost for electronic access: $10 Total Cost: $118 Percent increase: 18% Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 9. PRICING MODELSAdditional fee for online accessFree with print subscriptionE-only subscription price less thanprint subscription priceE-only subscription price more thanprint subscription priceE-only is the base price; print-onlymore; print plus electronic more still Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 10. WHAT WE NEED Collection development freedom Archival guarantee Price increases in line with our budgetsLibraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 11. LICENSING“Affordability remains anecessary precondition forsustainability.”-- Tim Jewell, Head, CollectionManagement Services, University ofWashingtonLibraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 12. KEY LICENSING ISSUESArchival/ongoing access guaranteeE-reserve/course management useAvailability of usage statisticsInterlibrary lending provisionVisitor accessRemote accessIndemnity for user actions Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 13. DLF ERMI Electronic Resource Management Initiative “This project will develop common specifications and tools for managing the license agreements, related administrative information, and internal processes associated with collections of licensed electronic resources.” Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 14. PUBLISHER RESPONSIBILITIESFair priceFair termsPersistent URL to TOC pagesOpenURL complianceCommunication with librariesCooperation with serials vendors Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 15. Key QuestionsQ: How do libraries choose whatto purchase? Curriculum Research interests Librarian decisions Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 16. Key QuestionsQ: Who makes these decisions? Sometimes faculty Sometimes librarians Sometimes a combination Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 17. Key QuestionsQ: What are the key factors ? Necessity Price Terms Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 18. POSTSCRIPTOpen access movementE-print servers: arXiv.org; RePEc;Cogprints, etc.Open Archives InitiativePublic Library of Science Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003
  • 19. “Youve got tobe very carefulif you dontknow whereyoure going,because youmight not getthere .” -- Yogi Berra, Linguist Emeritus Libraries, Licenses, Institutional Budgets, and Consortia 19 November 2003

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