Demand-Driven Acquisitions, Part 2

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Levine-Clark, Michael, Barbara Kawecki, and Rebecca Seger, “Demand-Driven Acquisitions, Part 2,” Association for Library Collections and Technical Services Webinar, October 3, 2012.

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Demand-Driven Acquisitions, Part 2

  1. 1. Demand-Driven Acquisition Part 2 ALCTS Webinar October 3, 2012 Michael Levine-Clark University of Denver #alctsce
  2. 2. Michael Levine-Clark Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services University of Denver michael.levine-clark@du.edu#alctsce
  3. 3. A Quick Overview of DDA Rationale  Many books don’t get used  Libraries only buy a tiny % of published output  eBooks don’t need to be purchased at point of publication Print more complicated Components  Free discovery  Temporary access  Purchase (sometimes) Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  4. 4. Today’s Session How do we make DDA work on a large scale? How does this impact libraries, publishers, vendors? Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  5. 5. The “Consideration Pool” All of the books available for access through the DDA program Potentially much larger than a traditional collection Can be tightly controlled or not – library preference Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  6. 6. Long-Term Management of the Consideration Pool Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  7. 7. Filling the Pool Approval process Broader criteria Inclusion rather than exclusion Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  8. 8. Adding/Removing Records Discovery is key Must be automatic Discovery record service Profiling on both ends Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  9. 9. Pool Maintenance Rules for  Length of time in pool  Removal  Replacement Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  10. 10. Removal of Titles Removal because of content, quality Removal because of financial risk Rules for temporary removal Rules for permanent removal Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  11. 11. Removal? May not be necessary at all  Large enough budget and small enough user base may allow permanent access to unlimited titles Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  12. 12. Use Shapes the Pool Titles that are used remain available a bit longer  Removing titles = unhappy users Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  13. 13. A Permanent Collection Some titles are core  Establish criteria for permanent/longer-term availability  Title-by-title  Series  Publisher  Subject  How do we make sure that un-owned titles are available in the future? Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  14. 14. What About Consortial DDA? Tension between?  Goal of consortial purchasing: shared access for discounted group price  Goal of DDA – pay for only what is needed (locally) Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  15. 15. Does DDA Change the Role of the Library? Long-term stewardship vs provision of robust collection for current research and teaching  Does the method of building the collection matter in this context? Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services
  16. 16. Thank You Michael Levine-ClarkAssociate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services University of Denver michael.levine-clark@du.edu Hosted by ALCTS, the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

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