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1 Zack Lane ReCAP Coordinator July 2013 ReCAP Columbia University

2  Four basic categories of data ◦ Accessions ◦ Requests ◦ Delivery ◦ Circulation  Detailed information can be found at the ReCAP Data Center ReCAP Data Center  Website now includes introductory presentations for all basic categories AND analysis ReCAP Columbia University

3 How CUL demarcates collections  off,uts : Union Stacks (circ)  off,utn : Union Stacks (noncirc)  off,utp : Pamphlet Collection (noncirc)  off,utmrl : Missionary Research Library (noncirc)  off,uta : Burke/UTS Archives (noncirc) ReCAP Columbia University

4  TOTAL : 168,820 / 18,225 (Request Rate 1.45%)  off,uta : 425 / 145 (2.12%)  off,utmrl : 27,199 / 2,375 (0.91%)  off,utn : 47,296 / 3,775 (1.15%)  off,utp : 17,578 / 682 (0.45%)  off,uts : 76,322 / 11,248 (2.06%) ReCAP Columbia University

5  View of Burke Library accessions by fiscal year  Offsite transfer projects ran from  Detailed information on project may be found on Burke/ReCAP websiteBurke/ReCAP website  Accessions since 2008 have mainly involved: ◦ pamphlet cataloging via SCMC (Cataloger Rick Block supervised library school interns) ◦ ad hoc problem resolution (Zack Lane) ◦ new acquisitions direct to ReCAP ReCAP Columbia University

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7 ReCAP Columbia University  Pie chart visualizes accessions according to collection  The largest collection is the Union Stacks circulating material  Entire post-1860 MRL collection was transferred  Several thousand pamphlets await cataloging and transfer  Space created from transfer allowed LC Stacks to expand over S4/S5 and Periodicals over S1/S2

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9 ReCAP Columbia University  Requests begin immediately after transfer  Monthly request volumes in phase with academic calendar  Data for lower-use collections is noisy  Staff processing requests are included (mainly FY07-FY08)

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14 ReCAP Columbia University  Items physically delivered to Burke Library circulation desk  Majority are Burke owned collections, followed by Butler  Requests for collections outpace deliveries Burke circulation

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18 ReCAP Columbia University  Volume of EDDs has risen sharply but fallen off recently  More EDDs are for monographs  System-wide trend has been downward  Note: failed requests may be included in data

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22 ReCAP Columbia University  Request rate is a measure of collection usage  It is the percentage of ReCAP collections requested during a twelve-month period  Provides staff one way to gauge overall use of offsite collections  Request rate is one factor used to structure ReCAP facility staffing model  Patron access to offsite collections is excellent: dynamic with few failures  Measured two ways: ◦ Annual ◦ Lifespan

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24  More information and data can be found on the Burke/ReCAP websiteBurke/ReCAP website  ReCAP Data Center includes more information about system-wide data and special projects ReCAP Data Center  Tailored data sets and analysis will be provided to staff via the ReCAP Coordinator  Please see the main ReCAP website for general information about CUL procedures and systemsReCAP website ReCAP Columbia University


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