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1 VALUATION OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES for the UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA Ivan Kanič, National and University Library

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3 SLOVENIA SLOVAKIA SLAVONIA

4 SLOVENIA F ONE OF 6 REPUBLICS F INDEPENDENT STATE F POPULATION2 mio F AREA km 2 F CAPITAL Ljubljana ( inhabitants) F LANGUAGESLOVENIAN F ETHNIC COMPOSITION 89% Slovenes F 3 UNIVERSITIES Ljubljana, Maribor, Koper

5 CONTEXT 2 MILLION INHABITANTS 3 UNIVERSITIES LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM COOPERATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHIC SYSTEM AND SERVICES COBISS

6 CONSTITUANTS (STATISTICAL DATA 2002, NUK) F NATIONAL LIBRARY1 u LEGAL DEPOSIT F UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES3 u LEGAL DEPOSIT (2) F ACADEMIC LIBRARIES 54 u SERVICE POINTS 80 F SPECIAL LIBRARIES 125

7 F PUBLIC LIBRARIES 60 u SERVICE POINTS 248 u LEGAL DEPOSIT (10) F SCHOOL LIBRARIES 659 u SERVICE POINTS F NATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHIC UTILITY LIBRARY STATISTICS

8 LEGAL BASIS F LIBRARY ACT –1961 –1982 –2001 F LEGAL DEPOSIT ACT F COPYRIGHT ACT (1996) F ACT ON ASSOCIATIONS

9 LEGAL BASIS (2) F “ENVIRONMENTAL” ACTS –PUBLIC SECTOR –CULTURE –EDUCATION –RESEARCH –HIGHER EDUCATION / UNIVERSITIES –CULTURAL HERITAGE –ARCHIVES

10 HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL LINKAGE F CENTRAL LIBRARIES –MEDICINE –TECHNICAL SCIENCES –NATURAL SCIENCES –ECONOMICS –SOCIAL SCIENCES –HUMANITIES

11 F “PARENT LIBRARIES” ADVISORY SERVICES GUIDANCE STATISTICS LOCAL FUNCTIONS F NATIONAL LIBRARY F R&D DEPARTMENT F REGIONAL LIBRARIES

12 UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA F ESTABLISHED 1919 F STUDENTS F FULL-TIME TEACHING STAFF F 600 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF F 20 FACULTIES F 3 ART ACADEMIES F 3 UNIVERSITY COLLEGES F 130 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES F 110 POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

13 UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA LIBRARIES (STATISTICAL DATA 2002, NUK) F 2 UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES F 40 ACADEMIC LIBRARIES F COLLECTIONS F NEW ACQUISITIONS F CURRENT PERIODICALS F CIRCULATION F STAFF 317 / 240

14 EQUIPMENT (STATISTICAL DATA 2002, NUK) F USER WORKSTATIONS –STAND ALONE PC 25 –NETWORKED PC288 –TERMINAL 89

15 EQUIPMENT (STATISTICAL DATA 2002, NUK) F PURPOSE & USE –OPAC723 –INTERNET593 –TEXT EDITING486 – 571 –E-SOURCES608 –OTHER 93

16 ELECTRONIC COLLECTIONS INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE (STATISTICAL DATA 2002, NUK) F E-JOURNALS4.710 F REMOTE ACCESS (OTHER) –E-BOOKS393 –FULL-TEXT DATABASES576 –DATABASES203 F LOCAL ACCESS F CURRENT PERIODICALS (PRINT)

17 CONSORTIUM F COSEC F ESTABLISHED 2003

18 ELECTRONIC COLLECTIONS CONSORTIAL PURCHASE (STATISTICAL DATA 2003, COSEC) F Web of Science & Science Indicators F ProQuest F OCLC FirstSearch ECO F eIFL Direct F Science Direct F Engineering Village 2

19 F American Physical Society F Emerald Fulltext F Springer LINK F Kluwer F CINAHL F IUS Info F GV-In F CD-ROM SERVERS F NEGOTIATIONS IN PROGRESS

20 USAGE STATISTICS F Web of Science F ProQuest F OCLC FirstSearch ECO (STATISTICAL DATA 2003, IZUM) F Emerald Fulltext 5656

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23 SURVEY 2003 (by Karmen Štular Sotošek, NUK) F ELECTRONIC SOURCES F UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA (71% RESPONSE) F UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR (100% RESPONSE) F INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE F SMALLER CONSORTIA F LOCAL ACCESS (CD-ROM, DVD)8 F REMOTE (WEB) ACCESS 14

24 F BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASES F REFERENCE WORKS / COLLECTIONS F NO E-BOOKS F NO DUPLICATIONS (=> CONSORTIUM ) F SMALL DIVERSITY F HUMBLE PLANS24 (SOME TITLES ALREADY AVAILABLE)

25 FINANCIAL BURDEN F NATIONAL & INTER-UNIVERSITY LICENCES –DIRECT PAYMENT BY MINISTRIES –FIGURES NOT PUBLIC F INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE & SMALL CONSORTIA –UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA EUR –UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR EUR

26 CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES F STATISTICAL DATA –RESPONSE RATE –METHODOLOGY –DEFINITIONS –“COUNTING” F BASIC ATTITUDE –OWNERSHIP / ACCESS –LIBRARIANS –USERS F PAPER AND/OR ELECTRONIC

27 F LOW USAGE –WHY? –EQUIPMENT –SPACE & FACILITIES –PROMOTION –TRAINING –INFLUENCE OF THE “FREE INTERNET” –ORGANIZATION OF ACCESS –“HIDDEN” SOURCES –REAL VALUE FOR USERS –DO USERS HAVE NEEDS?

28 F PERIODICALS vs. MONOGRAPHS F REFERENCE vs. “REAL” FULL-TEXT F EVALUATION –EXISTING SOURCES –POTENTIAL SOURCES –USERS’ NEEDS F ACQUISITIONS POLICY F E-COLLECTIONS DEVELOPMENT F STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT F MISSION STATEMENT

29 F IMPACT ON PARTICULAR DEPARTMENTS –ACQUISITION –SERIALS / PERIODICALS –CATALOGUING –ILL –REFERENCE & INFORMATION –COMPUTERS & MAINTENANCE F PARTNERSHIP LIBRARY-VENDOR F LICENSING & NEGOTIATING

30 F ADDING VALUE –SELECTION –EVALUATION –DESCRIPTION –ORGANIZATION –NAVIGATION –LABELLING –LEARNING SYSTEMS –HELPING TO ACCESS

31 TRADITIONAL ADDED VALUE TO INFORMATION F WEIGHT –RELEVANCE –TIMELINESS –PRESENTATION –MEDIUM –MESSENGER

32 F TRUTH –ACCURACY –VALIDITY –COMPREHENSIVENESS –DEGREE OF CONFIDENCE F GUIDANCE –PROBLEM AWARENESS –DIAGNOSIS –OPTIONS –SOLUTION –PREDICTIVENESS

33 F SCARCITY –ORIGINALITY –CREATIVITY –SOURCE PRESENTATION F ACCESIBILITY –KNOWLEDGE OF LOCATION –EASE OF ACCESS –EASE OF USE –UNDERSTANDABILITY –SELECTIVITY

34 MYTHS AND REALITIES F E-journals will provide better access to articles F Academics and researchers read journals at their office desk F Readers want electronic journals F E-journals are quick and convenient to access F Readers know, and care, who publishes a journal

35 F Readers want “page integrity” F E-journals will bypass libraries and make them redundant F E-journals will save libraries money F Storage and dissemination of e-journals is inexpensive or free F E-journals will save paper F Only recent issues of journals are required F All scholarly journals will be electronic in a few years


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