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Acquiring approval plan e books the duke experience

  1. 1. Acquiring Approval Plan E books: The Duke Experience  Nancy J. Gibbs  Head, Acquisitions Dept.  Duke University  nancy.gibbs@duke.edu1 NCLA October 2011
  2. 2. Background  Why we decided to do this  What we get in print From whom Review of books received Importance of Gobi to TRLN  Other e book plans at Duke2 NCLA October 2011
  3. 3. Parameters of the E Approval Plan  E is received for US plan  If profiled within 8 weeks of publication  Against all parameters in the plan  MUPO if available  Cost limits  What we did if we had resistance from faculty or staff3 NCLA October 2011
  4. 4. Statistics of the Plan  Coverage by LC class  Coverage by Discipline  Purchases to supplement e Cost LC Class Requested by4 NCLA October 2011
  5. 5. Overall Costs for Duke University Avgas Cost per # Shipped % Book All Autoships 9381 100%$57.53 Print 7441 79%$49.45 E 1940 21%$88.025 NCLA October 2011
  6. 6. Top 5 LC Classes for e approval books Number of LC Class titles % of Total English Literature 172 8.8% Public Policy 114 5.8% Economics 105 5.4% Religion 101 5.2% Sociology 100 5.1%6 NCLA October 2011
  7. 7. E books by Discipline Groups % of # of Avgas Discipline Total Books cost Social Sciences 38% 731 $82.08 Humanities 29% 556 $83.97 IAS 16% 316 $86.59 Sciences 11% 212 $109.78 Divinity 5% 101 $92.62 Interdisciplinary 1% 24 $171.757 NCLA October 2011
  8. 8. Duplicating Print for E approvals  Our plan for patrons needing print duplicates of e approval books  We do not ask why you need a print duplicate  Purchased 203 (10.5%) print books that duplicated e books sent on approval plan  Cost for that duplication was $25,400+  Selector vs. Faculty requests 97%/3%8 NCLA October 2011
  9. 9. Top 5 Subjects/Areas for print books duplicating e approval books Number Subject/Area purchased % of Total English Literature 57 28% Film Studies 17 8.3% Western Europe 15 7.3% Philosophy 14 6.8% Public Policy 10 4.9%9 NCLA October 2011
  10. 10. Discovery Methods  How important is the catalog for discovery of e books  What about discovery services outside of the OPAC10 NCLA October 2011
  11. 11. How we met those needs for discovery  EOCR records  Discovery service records  OCLC Prompt Cat records  Yankee vendor records11 NCLA October 2011
  12. 12. Workflow CURRENT IDEAL Titles “shipped” to Duke  Titles “shipped” to Receive invoice with bib Duke and order data  Sim. Notification Load into Aleph sent to Discovery Turn titles on in Service; they Discovery Service; A-Z activate and add to list updated in 24 hours A-Z list automatically Create list of new titles  Receive invoice with to send to selectors bib and order data twice a month  Load into Aleph12 NCLA October 2011
  13. 13. Forthcoming  Continuing pilot  Change in access model  Blackboard requests  Marketing needs  Additional platforms  Use statistics13 NCLA October 2011

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