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1 WELCOME & TRLN UPDATES Mona Couts, Director 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting

2 Content, Context & Capacity A collaborative digitization project on the Long Civil Rights Movement (LCRM) in North Carolina Funding from IMLS, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources TRLN Annual Meeting

3 Content, Context & Capacity 4 TRLN repositories Duke * NCCU * NCSU * UNC Chapel Hill ~ 40 manuscript collections and archival record groups on the LCRM ~ 400,000 digital objects 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting

4 Project Goals Promote educational and scholarly research uses of modern manuscripts and archival resources by digitizing entire collections/record groups Provide proof of concept for a collaborative approach to large-scale digitization Develop shared standards and practices Test inter-institutional workflows for future digitization projects 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting

5 Content, Context & Capacity Collaborative large-scale digitization has been a TRLN goal since 2006 OCLC Balance in Rights Management TRLN Intellectual Property Rights Statement TRLN Annual Meeting

6 Content, Context & Capacity Widespread consultation with faculty, library staff across many departments Three digital production centers – shared innovation Shared history of resource sharing and trust 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting

7 Content, Context & Capacity Grant funds are for people, not equipment Project Librarian Digital Production Manager Host of graduate assistants 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting

8 More Information TRLN Collections Council webpage Project website forthcoming 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting

9 TRLN: Beyond Print

10 TROUBLES WITH E Ten-fold percentage increase in digital purchases 76% of e-books are not owned in print (may be duplicated electronically) 54% of e-books are currently unsharable – only one e-version in TRLN and no print version 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

11 Funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop new business models and licensing terms for the cooperative acquisition of e-books Project Coordinator – Sarah Lippincott Consultant – Judy Luther, Informed Strategies, Inc. Beyond Print Summit – August 22-23, TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

12 Boston Library Consortium California Digital Library Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries Committee on Institutional Cooperation Cornell University Five Colleges, Inc. NC LIVE Ontario Council of University Libraries Orbis-Cascade Alliance University of Utah 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

13 Summit Discussion Areas Sharing & Networks Acquisitions Models Cost Models Wrap up Principles of Sustainability Business Models Licensing Terms 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

14 Duke University Press EBL Ebrary EBSCO Publishing JSTOR MyiLibrary Oxford University Press Project MUSE Springer YBP 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

15 TRLN Motivation for Summit Presentation from Day One Discussion of Three Main Areas Discussion of Potential New Models and Strategies for Sustainability Wrap-Up; Next Steps 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

16 NEXT STEPS/OUTCOMES Partner(s) Charleston Conference International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) White paper on desired business models and licensing terms for academic library consortia 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

17 MORE INFORMATION Campus discussions Beyond Print web page Proposal to Mellon Available from the Collections Council page on TRLN Annual Meeting TRLN: Beyond Print

18 The Beginning 2011 TRLN Annual Meeting


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