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  • 1. Swets & eBooks: Latest developments Hotel Carrefour de l’Europe: September 21st, 2010
  • 2. Your users
  • 3. Current eKnowledge vs age Age
  • 4. Natives, their world …
  • 5. The Power of Convenience…
    • Simple
    • Easy
    • Fast
  • 6. eBooks Sourcing - Key Findings Source: CIBER, University College London UK - 2007
  • 7. The Power of Convenience… Source: SerialsSolutions 2010 The superior source for quality, credible content Preferred for academic research and course assignments
  • 8. The Power of Convenience… The easiest place to start the research process … But actual user-behavior says otherwise! Source: SerialsSolutions 2010
  • 9.
      • “ I want it all , now , here and the way I want !”
      • The User is in Control!
    Natives, Their vision …
  • 10. Visits increases….
  • 11. eBooks…. La plateforme de gestion: SwetsWise e-readers computer tablets And in the future … The Book 1 st writing Full Content search
  • 12. Why would you invest in eBook?
    • 24/7 access
    • Access from everywhere
    • Saves space
    • Allows searching in full text (in codes, in formulas, in tables, …)
    • Manipulate (share, copy, add notes, your own shelf…) the information
    • Rich content
    • Ecological attitude
    • Accessibility to all (visually impaired,…)
    • customization  web2.0
    • Connect with the younger (Google, Flickr, facebook, MP3, JPEG, MPEG, PDF, … on their smartphones, netbooks, tablets, …) = the Natives
    • eReference = eSuccess
  • 13. A Library consists of: Library Users Access Content
    • Multiple resources
    • Search, Filter
    • Manipulate
    Staff Manage
    • Subs
    • Buy eBooks
    • User Stats
  • 14.  
  • 15. UW Digital Library some figures …
  • 16. the jargon…
    • « Users » = number of concurrent users
    • « License » = permanent Access or subscription
    • « Business Model » = cost related to the access of content
      • « Pick & Choose » = buy title per title
      • « Collections » = buy by collections
      • « Patron select » = buying based on the end-users consultations
    • Aggregator vs Publisher
    • DRM = Digital Rights Management
    • Authentication: IP address, shibboleth, Athens, login + password or …
    • « Personal Shelf »
    • COUNTER = usage stats
    • MARC records = for feeding the ILS
    • eReference = eSuccess
  • 17. The jungle of business models…
    • eBooks are more than ever a hot topic: the e-readers become commonplace and supply diversifies and grows exponentially.
    • But who says diversity , thinks complexity .
    • The diversity of economic models of eBooks can be summarized as follows:
    BUSINESS MODELS TYPE OF LICENCE One Of Subscription Collection Pick & Chose NUMBER OF USERS Unique User Multiple Users
  • 18.
    • The future of eBooks looks bright…
    • Based on Swets market research, eBooks represent 9% of the total book expenditure in libraries
    • Libraries indicated this percentage would double in the next three years
    • More and more libraries are developing an e-only collection development policy
    Swets Survey, Feb – Mar 2009, 221 respondents
  • 19. Librarians are struggling to keep up with all these models
    • Comparing pricing between vendors & available pricing options
    • Finding out which eBook titles are available
    • Comparing license conditions
    • Negotiating & signing license agreements for eBooks
    • Obtaining & analyzing usage statistics
    Market suffers from a lack of transparency Top-5 headaches for librarians regarding eBooks
      • Source: Customer Survey Swets, “11 Questions on eBooks”, April 2009
  • 20. Our answer to the complexity: eBooks in SwetsWise!
      • Now extended to support the acquisition and management of eBooks
      • SwetsWise provides a single interface for journals and eBooks, which is unique to the information industry
  • 21. SwetsWise provides you with a single source for eBooks purchasing
  • 22. SwetsWise eBooks upload for 2010
  • 23. SwetsWise : One solution, two perspectives
      • Admin access to browse the catalog, buy eBooks and manage purchasing
      • End user access to consult all the eBooks content from a single point
    • SwetsWise platform enables the acquisition , management and access to eBooks.
    • These actions are not all for the same audience:
  • 24. The Admin interface: Library Users Access Content
    • = eBook Procurement Catalogue
      • Clarify
      • Complete
      • Transparency
  • 25. The End-User interface: Library Global Solution via: Individual access SEARCHER = search in full-text of all your ressources (eBooks, subs, theses, …) Other owned ressource …
  • 26. What to Remember:
      • The SwetsWise eBook catalogue contains today more than 400 000 ebooks and more than 1000 publishers
      • The Admin interface allows to easily compare the offers of the different eBook vendors ,
      • The Admin interface allows easy buying of eBooks,
      • The Admin interface will help to Avoid unnecessary duplication costs by checking if title is already purchased,
      • Easy invoicing procedure
      • The end-user interface allows quick access to your eBooks and also to your other sources of information,
      • Full text search of all your e-ressources
      • AND MOST IMPORTANT: today already available for SwetsWise customers
  • 27. Useful links:
      • http://www.ucl.ac.uk/infostudies/research/ciber/charleston-survey.pdf
      • http://uwdcc.library.wisc.edu/
      • http://www.library.wisc.edu/#books
      • http://www.arald.org/ressources/pdf/services/edition/lexique_numerique.pdf
      • http://www.swets.com/upload/8201526_672_1270627633324-eBooksinSW_4page-FINAL-web.pdf
      • http://highwire.stanford.edu/PR/HighWireEBookSurvey2010.pdf
  • 28. Q & A
  • 29. Thank you!
    • More info?
    • Olivier Van Kerkhove
    • Sales Manager & Relationship Manager
    • [email_address]
    • +32 (0)477 450 043