The long and winding road: implementation of electronic legal deposit at National Library of Scotland
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Presentation made to The Scottish Working Group on Official Publications (SWOP) about the implementation of electronic legal deposit at National Library of Scotland. The presentation was given by ...

Presentation made to The Scottish Working Group on Official Publications (SWOP) about the implementation of electronic legal deposit at National Library of Scotland. The presentation was given by Gill Hamilton, Digital Access Manager at National Library of Scotland on 26 February 2014 in Edinburgh.

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  • Legal deposit is the statutory obligation to deposit at least one copy of every UK publication, free of charge, at the British Library and other designated deposit libraries.This obligation has existed in English law for printed books and papers since 1662 and for electronic and other non-print publications since 6 April 2013.It helps to ensure that the nation's published output — and its intellectual record and published heritage — is collected systematically. This preserves the material for the use of future generations and makes it available for readers within the designatedhe legal deposit system also has benefits for authors and publishers:Deposited publications are made available to users of the deposit libraries on their premises, are preserved for the benefit of future generations, and become part of the nation's heritagePublications are recorded in the online catalogues, and become an essential research resource for generations to comeMost of the books and new serial titles are listed in the British National Bibliography (BNB), which is used by librarians and the book trade for stock selection; the BNB is available on CD-ROM in MARC Exchange formats, and has a world-wide distributionPublishers have at times approached the deposit libraries for copies of their own publications which they no longer have but which have been preserved through legal depositLegal deposit supports a cycle of knowledge, whereby deposited works provide inspiration and source material for new books that will eventually achieve publication.

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  • 1. the long and winding road implementation of electronic legal deposit at National Library of Scotland Photo by AJLidgley http://bit.ly/1foJl32
  • 2. the road ahead …. • • • • • • recap legal deposit electronic legal deposit the systems ingest access coming soon
  • 3. recap …. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh Trinity College, Dublin National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth Bodleian Library, Oxford British Library, London Agency for Legal Deposit Libraries, Edinburgh British Library, Boston Spa Cambridge University Library
  • 4. recap …. Legal Deposit Act 2003 ….request a copy of all printed items published in the UK, and in the Republic of Ireland by reciprocal legislation
  • 5. electronic legal deposit 1990s waiting …… waiting …… 2000s waiting …… waiting …… 2010s waiting …… waiting ……
  • 6. electronic legal deposit 6 April 2013
  • 7. electronic legal deposit http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/777/contents/made
  • 8. electronic legal deposit What is non-print ? …a medium other than print— (a) work that is published off line, and (b) work that is published on line.
  • 9. electronic legal deposit What is non-print ? websites e-journals e-books digital newspapers digital maps handheld
  • 10. electronic legal deposit What is not non-print ? work consisting only of (i)a sound recording or film or both, or (ii)such material and other material which is merely incidental to it; work which contains personal data and which is only made available to a restricted group of persons; or work published before these Regulations were made.
  • 11. electronic legal deposit publishers
  • 12. electronic legal deposit users in a legal deposit library single use only printing under copyright no copying
  • 13. the systems BLDLS Scotland Cambridge Bodleian Boston Spa Wales Trinity London
  • 14. the systems BLDLS is …. Scotland Boston Spa Wales London • • • • • • • huge secure self replicating self repairing manages ingest manages access not just ELD
  • 15. ingest • voluntary deposit • publishers • • 3 publishers now 3 others in negotiation • 3 ingest processes
  • 16. ingest 1. agreed deposit with BL 2. agreed deposit with LDL 3. assisted deposit with LDL ingest is to Boston Spa node
  • 17. ingest metadata processing services
  • 18. access “whaddya mean it’s Dublin Core?”
  • 19. access
  • 20. access All collections - http://discover.nls.uk/ Just ELD collection - http://discover.nls.uk/?q=bsid:miscmods
  • 21. access
  • 22. coming soon …
  • 23. coming soon … http://main-cat.nls.uk/
  • 24. coming soon … more …. billions more!
  • 25. thank you Gill Hamilton Digital Access Manager National Library of Scotland g.hamilton@nls.uk