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NEWS FROM OVID OVID UPDATE SEMINAR WEDNESDAY, 21 st MAY 2008 Tel Aviv, Israel Bianca Saporiti Regional Sales Manager
GENERIC E-BOOKS - Advantages E-Books offer unique functionalities (search and navigation tools) which are unavailable and inapplicable to the print version, i.e. full text searching E-Books make available content to many people at the same time E-Books are accessible 24/7 E-Books offer remote access outside the physical library E-Books allow for copying and pasting of texts and images E-Books provide longer terms of physical use. For example, in print, popular encyclopedias, professional and reference books become frayed and fall apart quickly and have to be replaced (additional copies need to be ordered). E-Books are never lost, stolen or overdue. E-Books require no shelf space or reshelving.
PRINT MAINTENANCE FACTS: Annual Costs of Book Storage and Access CostCost Per Volume Cost Per Use Construction, utilities & maintenance $1,586,056$3.17$72.51 Salaries$1,105,031$2.21$50.52 Equipment & supplies$255,799$0.51$11.69 Total$2,946,885$5.89$134.72 1. These costs are based on the cost of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library at the University of Toronto 2. Construction costs are based on the 1999 library construction project at the University at Albany 3. The cost per use is derived by dividing the cost by the number of requests for the year. D-Lib Magazine, February 2000, Volume 6 Number 2 ISSN 1082-9873 - The Cost of Print, Fiche, and Digital Access / The Early Canadian Online Project
GENERIC E-BOOKS – Print versus E-Books In case studies e-books are used more than print versions of the same title. “In 1999, nearly three times as many scholars clicked on the average online monograph book as circulated its print version.” [Columbia University Online Books Evaluation Project, 1995 to 1999] In an in-depth research study conducted by Duke University Libraries over a period of 16 moths beginning in 2001, e-books received 11 percent more usage than comparable print books. Of the titles that were used in print or e-book, 39 percent were used in both formats. 34 percent were used in e-book only and 27 percent were used in print only suggesting that some patrons were using e-books and print books for different purposes, e.g., and e-book for quick reference, but a print book for intensive reading. Both e-books and print books were used in proportion to their subject representation in the study. Most top subjects, social sciences, business, and literature were used about as much in print as in e-book format. Titles in education, medicine, psychology, and computers were used more in e-format than in print. Above derived from a report entitled A CIRCULATION ANALYSIS OF PRINT BOOKS AND E-BOOKS IN AN ACADEMIC RESEARCH LIRARY, Justin Littman-Information Technology Specialist, Library of Congress, and Lynn Spilipigni Connaway-Consulting Research Scientist III, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.
OVID E-BOOKS Are a key component of subject area solutions: –There are leading titles in core clinical practice areas (e.g., Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, Devita’s Cancer, Oxford Textbook of Medicine, Danforth’s Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology) –Growing collection of titles in the Life and Biomedical Sciences area (e.g., Fields Virology, Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Diseases, Biomedical Safety and Standards, etc.) –Growing collection of titles in the Behavioral & Social Sciences area (Guide to Neuropsychiatric Therapeutics, Handbook of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Depression, etc.) Offer an easy to use platform for books: –Easy chapter browsing –Natural Language searching –Integration with other institutional resources be they from Ovid or other publishers and Information Providers Provide flexible pricing models: –Subscription model, particularly useful for frequently updated titles; Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference, Goroll’s Primary Care Medicine, A-Z Drug Facts, etc. –Purchase model, particularly useful for an institution’s most used/popular titles, titles with new editions published every three years or more.
OVID E-BOOKS – Bestsellers The top 5 books from Ovid for the past three years: Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine Kaplan & Sadock’s Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology Martindale’s Complete Drug Reference
Ovid E-Books - Customers Academic Libraries – Reference sites –Deakin University (Australia) –Illinois / Wisconsin Consortia –University of Sydney –University of Oslo –Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hospitals – Reference sites –Osakidetza- Servicio de Salud Vasco (Spain) –Consejería Sanidad de la Comunidad de Madrid –Crozer-Chester Medical Center (Pennsylvania) –Greenwich Hospital (Connecticut) –Florida Hospital-Orlando Medical Academic Libraries – Reference sites –Dalhousie University (Canada) –Dicle University (Turkey) –Queen's University--Kingston (Canada) –Landspitali University Hospital (Norway) –Northwestern University (Chicago) –University of Witwatersrand (South Africa) –Hebrew University (Israel) –Aristotle University (Greece) Pharmas – Reference sites –Merck –Pfizer –SmithKline –Amgen –Clinical Dynamics
OVID E-BOOKS - Specifics Content At present over 1150 books available for subscription, of which 796 are available for purchase. Subscription model: - Concurrent users or site license and access for specific duration - Includes all updates and new editions released during subscription period Purchase model – site license and access for unlimited duration - Includes current edition, the content is not refreshed Publishers Two new publishers were added in 2007: Humana Press & Springer Ovid E-Books also include OUP, McGraw-Hill, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins (LWW), Facts & Comparisons, Pharmaceutical Press, and WEB MD Professional Publishing Springer & OUP titles have been added to the purchase model list of books which previously offered only LWW titles Platform Offers complete integration with journals & databases – citation to full text article or to book and vice versa Annotations Counter Statistics
OVID E-BOOKS – Benefits Pages numbered Easily print sections and subsections within chapters using PrintPreview to output text along with the book and chapter identifying information Email or save sections or chapters of a book JumpStart(s) for linking to books from your Online catalog, courseware, intranet and other web enabled applications Support multiple search styles for experts as well as novices: look in your favorite titles only, drill down into the TOC, and link from the back of the book index Browse books by title and by subject Search books together with journals and databases Ovid tools such as document ordering, personal accounts, Ask a Librarian, and statistics
OVID E-BOOKS – News on New New Purchase Book collections for LWW titles: –Doody’s All Reviewed Collection 2007 (153 titles) – Star Reviews –Doody’s Core Titles 2007 (117 titles) – Core Titles –Doody’s Essential Titles 2007 (39 titles) – Essential titles Replacing the late Brandon-Hill Selected Lists, Doody Enterprises, Inc., founded in 1993, has become the leading source of authoritative, unbiased, and timely evaluations of newly published books and software in the health sciences. Launched in 2004, Doody’s Core Titles (DCT) in the Health Sciences covers 121 specialties. Aimed primarily at medical, nursing, and allied health librarians around the world who are charged with making the book buying decisions for their libraries within budget guidelines. A core title is a book or software title that represents essential knowledge needed by professionals or students in a given discipline and is highly recommended for the collection of a library that serves health sciences specialists. All Reviewed – reviewed by Doody’s Book Review Service Core Titles – highly recognized book or software title that represents essential knowledge needed by professionals or students in a given discipline. Essential Titles – seen as ‘essentail’ purchase recommendations in a specialty for a library with an overall annual book budget of $7,500. All Reviewed – reviewed by Doody’s Book Review Service Core Titles – highly recognized book or software title that represents essential knowledge needed by professionals or students in a given discipline. Essential Titles – seen as ‘essential’ purchase recommendations in a specialty for a library with an overall annual book budget of $7,500.
OVID E-BOOKS – News on New LWW MEDICAL BOOKS COLLECTION - (All non-textbooks from LWW) comprising 343 books. Available for ala carte subscription or purchase, or purchase of the entire collection. As in the case of the Doody Collections, Ovid is now using the following model for pricing of the purchase books: Book ranking: LWW ranks its books as A+, A, B, or C titles A+ titles will be 2.5x print A titles will be 2x print B titles will be 1x print C titles will be 1x print Size of institution: Small institutions: 1.25x print Medium: 2x print Large: 3x print Small Hospital--less than 250 beds, Universities less than 5000 FTEs (without a medical school) and Community Colleges in the US/ Further Education in the UK less than 10,000. Medium Hospital --250-999 beds; Universities 5000-14,999 FTEs (without medical school); Community Colleges in the US/Further Education in the UK 10,000 plus. Large Hospital-- 1000 plus beds; University more than 14,999 FTEs and any university with a medical school
OVID E-BOOKS – Coming Soon Coming soon – Oxford Handbook Collection New publishers (e.g., Jones & Bartlett - college texts, professional and reference books ) Hundreds of new & updated titles from Springer, Humana, LWW, OUP, McGraw-Hill –NEW: Paediatric Nephrology (OUP), Bennett & Brachman's Hospital Infections (LWW), Maingot's Abdominal Operations (McGraw-Hill) –Updated: Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine (Q2), Clinical Anesthesia (Q2), Review of Natural Products (Q4), Fundamental Immunology (Q2)