Changing Operations of Academic Libraries by Jim Dooley, University of California Merced

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Charleston Conference
Friday, November 5, 2010
12:30 - 1:45 PM

A panel of librarians will explore, through the evidence of their changing library operations, a range of topics including trends in e-book ‘acquisition’ and usage; developments in open access publishing; changes in the impact of consortia; and the role of librarians in instruction and evolving peer review and publication processes. The purpose of the session is the exploration of library operational adaptations to the changing technologies of information distribution and usage. The librarians will present glimpses of the changes occurring in their library operations as they transition to services without print. The moderator will summarize some of the changes of the last year. The cadence of change particularly with respect to e-books continues to accelerate. After initial presentations, the panel and moderator will encourage questions, comments, and discussion with attendees.

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Changing Operations of Academic Libraries by Jim Dooley, University of California Merced

  1. 1. James Dooley University of California, Merced 2010 Charleston Conference
  2. 2. 90% 10% Collection Electronic Other 75% 25% Collection Budget Electronic Other
  3. 3. Physical Virtual
  4. 4. PATRON SELECTION ACQUISITION PLANS SUBSCRIPTIONS SYSTEMWIDE PACKAGES INCREASING USAGE PRINT ON DEMAND
  5. 5. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LIBRARIES
  6. 6. The University of California Library Collection: Content for the 21st Century and Beyond • URL: http://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/cdc/ Next Generation Technical Services • URL: http://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/about/uls/ngts/index.html
  7. 7. Current Activities ASSESSMENT OF SPRINGER E-BOOK PILOT SPRINGER OPEN ACCESS INITIATIVE UC BERKELEY OPEN ACCESS INITIATIVE JOINT BIBLIOGRAPHER APPOINTMENT SHARED PRINT MONOGRAPH ACQUISITIONS
  8. 8. • 6.75 million digitized volumes ingested • 1.4 million digitized public domain volumes Hathi Trust • Distributed retrospective print journal repository • Could begin in 2011 WEST (Western Regional Storage Trust)

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