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National Monograph Strategy


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Slides from Ben Showers' (Jisc) presentation at the "Looking to the Future of Shared Print" session held at the ALA Annual Conference on June 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV.

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National Monograph Strategy

  1. 1. Las Vegas 27th June 2014 National Monograph Strategy Ben Showers, Jisc
  2. 2. Ben Showers Head of Scholarly and Library Futures @benshowers
  3. 3. 1. Background A brief history of the project 2. Approach & ideas Methodology and ideas that emerged Outline 3. Next steps Next phase of the project
  4. 4. 1 Background History/Aims/Principles/Governance
  5. 5. Background Approach Next steps Co-design pilot with SCONUL and Research Libraries UK
  6. 6. Background Approach Next steps Aims to explore the potential for a national approach to the collection, preservation, supply and digitisation of scholarly monographs
  7. 7. Background Approach Next steps
  8. 8. Background Approach Next steps Expert advisory panel Librarians, publishers, researchers, funders, sector bodies.
  9. 9. Background Approach Next steps Project Principles: 1. Think in the open 2. Community led 3. No solutions (until November) 4. Evidence based 5. Iteration, not repetition 6. Deliver benefits for T, L & R
  10. 10. Background Approach Next steps Outputs 1. Literature Review 2. The Strategy
  11. 11. 2 Approach and Ideas Understand/Imagine/Create
  12. 12. Background Approach Next steps Mapping the monographs landscape (with help!)
  13. 13. Understand Approach Imagine: Solutions Mapping user lifecycles and stakeholders
  14. 14. Background Approach Next steps Begin to define the problems the National Monograph Strategy should address
  15. 15. Background Approach Next steps Begin to sketch solutions in response to the NMS problem statements
  16. 16. Background Approach Next steps The final workshop and some ‘solutions’
  17. 17. Background The ideas Next steps
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  20. 20. Background The Ideas Next steps
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  25. 25. 3 Next Steps The strategy report/ The next phase
  26. 26. Background Approach Next Steps Drafting the Strategy
  27. 27. The Vision! Background The Ideas Next steps
  28. 28. Background The Ideas Next steps Within 5 years UK researchers and students will have unparalleled access to a distributed national research collection enabled by an open collaborative national infrastructure which has helped transform the creation, collection, use and preservation of the scholarly monograph through: 1. Collaboration - fostering collaboration between, and within, sectors to create the most effective framework for managing monograph collections old and new 2. Experimentation – developing opportunities to test and experiment with new models and formats 3. Intelligence – enabling institutions, organisations and individuals to make the right decisions through improved data sharing 4. Strategy - reducing overheads, enabling agreements and policies and sharing infrastructure 5. Systems integration - reducing and streamlining the number of systems and processes to minimise duplication of assets, resources and effort 6. Service provision - designing services which ensure a shared, cost effective and transparent approach to managing monograph collections 7. Providing benefits to end users - developing effective metrics to better understand what users do with monographs and evaluate new and emerging needs in light of digital delivery
  29. 29. Background Approach Next Steps Prototyping and piloting
  30. 30. Background Approach Next Steps The blog: Jisc website: Twitter: @benshowers Email: