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1 Print Monograph Circulation and Patron-Driven E-books: Impact of the Data on Collection Management Karen Jensen Collection Development Officer University of Alaska Fairbanks

2 University of Alaska Fairbanks Hybrid campus – State school, open enrollment – Research campus with focus on polar regions FTE about 6000, Headcount 11,000 Non-traditional students

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4 Print Collection Use – a Snapshot Total circulating books owned in 2013: 763,839 – Total books never circulated: 419,062 = 54% – Total books circulated only once: 105,727 = 13% – Total books circulated 2+ times: 231,867 = 30% Print Collection Use – a Snapshot

5 Rasmuson Library Checkouts

6 Increased Cost Per Book YBP Fiscal Year YBP Approval Titles Treated % Change Avg. List Price (USD) % Change 2011/1264, %$ % 2010/1163, %$ % 2009/1063, %$ % 2008/0964, %$ % 2007/0862, %$ % 2006/0759, %$ % 2005/0657, %$ % 2004/0552, %$ % 2003/0454, %$ % 2002/0358, %$ %

7 Data Highlighted Two Questions Selection Method – Approval – Librarian selector – Patron-driven Format – Print – Electronic

8 Sample Report

9 Approvals or Selectors? FY07-09 Approvals – 1890 books studied – 44% never checked out – 19% one checkout – 37% checked out 2+ times FY07-09 Firms – 3457 books – 44% never checked out – 19% one checkout – 37% checked out 2+ times

10 What About Patron-Driven? Pilot EBL project – 5 months 66,000 books made available – 1684 unique titles checked out – 963 books used 2+ times – 720 used once – 1649 books browsed (i.e., no cost) – 4054 unique users (of 12,000 possible patrons)

11 Pilot Findings Total cost of pilot: $21,124 Average cost per book: $12 Easy to administer and allocate budget Welcomed by most patrons Surprise: No bananas! Watch out for super-users (systematic downloaders)

12 Print Holdings Overlap in OCLC

13 Whats Next? Pursue solutions for print PDA More approvals? Fewer librarian selectors – Focus on specialized and non-e-format materials – Preservation concerns More electronic Buy print when requested Buy print of most-used e-titles? Concern about aging print collection

14 Thank you!


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