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1 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC FEDLINK Fall OCLC Users Group Meeting November 1, 2002 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC

2 OCLC and netLibrary  netLibrary is a wholly owned division of OCLC  eBooks are sold, distributed and supported from the Boulder, Colorado office  OCLC - netLibrary Integration efforts: eBook MARC record distribution from Dublin, Ohio eBook access directly from FirstSearch FEDLINK Service Account ID: NE

3 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC netLibrary fit with OCLC Vision & Strategy  Strategic Fit  Part of a globally networked resource  Supports the vision of linking and providing access to text, graphics, sound, motion, and other resources  Access to non-English information  Operational Fit  WorldCat  FirstSearch  Others to follow

4 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC What is netLibrary? Library-centric solutions for digital research and reference content that supports the mission & methods of libraries Electronic Monograph Content Content Support Services Hosting, serving and ensuring access Management of changes to collections Robust search functionality, with upgrades eBook MARC records Library Resource Center (Library & patron support) Usage data Online collection development and acquisition tools Integration with existing systems

5 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC netLibrary Resources  Users/Patrons - eBook Searching and Reading  Library Administrators – Librarian’s Resource Center  Collection Development Librarians – TitleSelect & TitleDirect

6 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC Library Challenges  Federal Library Mission Challenges  providing more digital resources – full text searching  pushing resources to users’ desktops - accessibility  supporting remote users & multiple sites - accessibility  decreasing spaceDOING MORE WITH LESS!!!  decreasing staff  decreasing operational and materials budgets  competition from the Web  staying technologically relevant

7 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC eBook Advantages – An eBook…… will never need to be repaired or replaced is re-shelved automatically takes no shelf space can be easily weeded is a copyrighted monograph accessed via the Internet is accessible by any computer with Internet access 24/ 7 can be shared by multiple libraries has full text searching capability across entire eBook collection can be purchased and accessed quickly - within 48 hours

8 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC netLibrary Collection Summary  More than 42,000 copyrighted titles  over 315 publisher partners  Currency: 88% published since 1990  Adding hundreds of new titles per month  Adding new publishers monthly  Collections developed for all library markets  Exploring flexible models with publishers

9 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC 315+ Publisher Partners * Upjohn Institute* Kluwer Academic Publishers * Marcel Dekker, Inc.* Oxford University Press (US and UK) * Gale Group* John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (US and UK) * RAND * United Nations University * Bernan* Routledge * Going Global* World Scientific Publishing Co. * World Bank* Houghton Mifflin –Trade and Reference

10 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC netLibrary Collection by Top Ten Subject Areas September 30, 2002

11 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC Federal Libraries’ Use of eBooks by Subject

12 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC Sample Federal Library Subjects Criminal Justice Environmental Science and Engineering Foreign Relations and International Affairs Information Technology, Networking and Telecom Management, Teams and Leadership Military and Naval Science National Security Political Science and Public Administration Science, Technology, and Medicine Terrorism

13 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC Government Library Special Collections

14 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC Some Current Federal Member Libraries  Air Force Library Information Systems  U.S. Army General Libraries  U.S. Customs Service  Floyd L. Thompson Technical Library - NASA Langley  The Pentagon Library  U.S. Patent and Trademark Office  Central Intelligence Agency  U.S. Census Bureau  Air Combat Command USAF

15 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC FY03 FEDLINK Member Pricing Two Components and Pricing OptionsFEDLINK Discount 1.Content List PricePublisher-specified 8% retail pricing 2.Content Support Services Two Options: 1) Prepaid Ongoing Access 8% Paid one time 55% of total list price 2) Annual Access 8% Renews annually 15% of total list price Note: FEDLINK members have an initial order minimum of 300 titles

16 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC FEDLINK Member Demonstration FEDLINK sponsored netLibrary Product Demonstration  See the research benefits of full text searching across an e-monograph collection  Learn about accessing eBooks from a catalog, intranet, browser or FirstSearch  Discover programs for implementing a customized eBook offering to help fulfill your mission  Understand TitleSelect to see the available content and manage collection development lists  View examples of usage reports that allow for management of eBook collections Thursday, November 14, 2002, 2:00pm – 4:00pm John Adams Bldg. FLICC/FEDLINK Training Room LA 216 Call To Register

17 netLibrary is a Division of OCLC netLibrary Federal Library POC Patrick E. Moore Director of Federal Sales 4888 Pearl East Circle, Suite 103 Boulder, Colorado (800) ext FEDLINK Service Account ID: NE


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