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1 ERM Implementation at UNC Wilmington’s Randall Library Dan Pfohl, Associate University Librarian for Computing Services Arlene Hanerfeld, Associate University Librarian for Technical & Collection Services Rebecca Kemp, Serials Supervisor August 28, 2007 Regional Center Pembroke, NC

2 What is ERM / what does ERM do? Central database to hold information about e- resources  Contact record Company name, address, contact name, address, phone,  Resource record Resource name, URL, administrative info, resource format, resource advisory, usage statistics  License record Authentication method, number of concurrent users, perpetual access, permitted & restricted usage  Coverage information and usage information

3 Why use ERM? Gather information into one central location Present journal coverage in catalog Link from journal title to provider title Show in the catalog which resources may / may not be ILL-ed Track negotiations about resources (e.g., trials) Manage incidents for resources (e.g., outages) Manage SSL, domain name subscriptions Interface with WebBridge?

4 What does it look like in the catalog? Here’s a preview of what we’ll be talking about for the next few hours... American Imago in UNCW’s catalog

5 Consortial ERM Implementation How ERM implementation differs for a single site vs. a consortium Consortial meetings to discuss decisions that affect all concerned parties.

6 Getting started: Making Decisions (UNCP & FSU) UNCP implementation plans FSU implementation plans

7 Getting started: Making Decisions Assigning values to customizable fixed length and variable length fields Deciding what will be displayed in OPAC Deciding whether to continue to use bib records for e-resources, or just resource records, or some combination

8 Getting started: Making Decisions (cont’d) Should resource name should be indexed? Where to attach order records – bib record or resource record? Coverage Load: Brief Bib vs. Full MARC Record

9 Making Decisions: Resource fixed-field codes

10 Making Decisions: Resource variable-field codes

11 Getting Started: ERM Resources Millennium Manual  Link from Millennium or  CSDirect  Presentations (by Innovative staff)  FAQ’s - ERM  Tutorials - CASE Innovative Users Group website   Includes IUG Clearinghouse and presentationsClearinghouse

12 Getting Started: ERM Resources, cont’d. ERM listserves   Listserv archives: WebEx training with Innovative staff  Entitled to 1 session

13 Getting Started: Organizing information Documentation for the choices we have made Keeping together information sources (recommend keeping a binder)  Manual  other people’s presentations  meeting minutes  relevant listserv posts

14 ERM Record Relationships Arlene, can you find the image that you had in mind for the different record relationships?

15 UNCW’s Contact Record

16 UNCW’s Resource Record

17 ERM Quick Start Resource Record Supplied by Innovative

18 Science Direct Resource Record Tickler Logs

19 Tickler

20 UNCW’s License Record

21 ERM Records, Multi Line Field Labels Useful for prompted input, ease of reading, formatted output. Innovative must define field as multi line, OR Coordinator can define, if ASAA trained. Set up in - MilAdmin | ASAA | Multi line field labels

22 ERM Records, Multi Line Field Labels:

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24 Notes: Creation of and changes to multi line profile are not retroactive! Must start new MilERM session to see changes. Always enter VENDOR NAME for the LABEL 1 element of the vendor record ADDRESS1 field.

25 ERM Records, Multi-Value Variable-Length Fields: Useful for profiling specific text – aids consistent OPAC display – Aids in data input and retrieval Innovative must define field as multi-value. Local user must have authorization for function 686 to edit values. Edit values in – MilERM or MilAdmin Admin | Parameters | ERM

26 ERM Records, Multi-Value Variable-Length Fields:

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28 Notes: Must start new MilERM session to see changes. Use semi-colon (;) to add multiple entries to single field.

29 Break For Lunch. We’ll continue after we return with live demonstrations.

30 OPAC display:

31 OPAC display, continued:

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33 #ERM Record on bib display e|t|||Resource Name||e| e|x|||Alternate Resource Name||e| e|e|||Description||e| e|u|||Trial Information||e| e|g|||User Support||e| e|f|||Public Note||e| #e|s|||Pricing & Payment||e| e|w|||||e| e|v|||Resource Type||e| e|b|||Resource Format||e| e|h|||Coverage||e| # Webpub.def determines which fields can display and the order in which they display. Entry syntax explained at #106853

34 OPAC display, continued: Resource_display.html controls the display (layout) of resource records. --> -->

35 OPAC display, continued: Tokens: Examples on handouts Bib_display.html tokens listed at # Resource_display.html tokens listed at # {holdings} in bib_display.html {recordinfo} in resource_display.html {recordlink} resource_display.html

36 OPAC display, continued: CSS Files: Styles.css and ie_styles.css Selected styles on handout Use Firefox plug-in (Firebug) to discover CSS classes and values.resourceBibEntry { color: #000000; background: #FFF8EF; text- align: left; }.resourceBibHeader { color: #FFFFFF; background: #00437f; font-weight: bold; text-align: left; }.resourceInfoData { }.resourceInfoLabel { background: #FFF8EF; font-style: italic; }.resourceLicense { }.resourceLicenseEntry { color: #000000; background: #FFF8EF; text-align: left; }.resourceLicenseHeader { color: #FFFFFF; background: #00437f; font-weight: bold; text-align: left; }

37 OPAC display, continued:.resourceBibEntry { color: #000000; background: #FFF8EF; text-align: left; }.resourceBibHeader { color: #FFFFFF; background: #00437f; font- weight: bold; text-align: left; }.resourceInfoData { }.resourceInfoLabel { background: #FFF8EF; font-style: italic; }.resourceLicense { }.resourceLicenseEntry { color: #000000; background: #FFF8EF; text- align: left; }.resourceLicenseHeader { color: #FFFFFF; background: #00437f; font- weight: bold; text-align: left; }

38 OPAC display, continued: Web Options for ERM: BIB_LICENSE_FIELDS BIB_LICENSE_FIELDS_BRIEF BIB_RESOURCE_CAPTION BIB_RESOURCE_FIELDS BIB_RESOURCE_FIELDS_BRIEF BIB_RESOURCE_NUM_BRIEF

39 OPAC display, continued: ICON_BIB_RESOURCE_DETAILS ICON_RESOURCE_RECORD ICON_VIEW_ADDITIONAL_ITEMS

40 OPAC display, continued: RESOURCE_ADVISORY RESOURCE_HOLDINGS_FIELDS RESOURCE_HOLDINGS_MAX RESOURCE_LICENSE_FIELDS

41 OPAC display, continued: TABLEPARAM_BIB_LICENSE TABLEPARAM_BIB_RESOURCE TABLEPARAM_BIB_RESOURCE_BRIEF TABLEPARAM_RESOURCE_BIB TABLEPARAM_RESOURCE_LICENSE TABLEPARAM_RESOURCE_RESOURCE

42 Live Demonstration Building Contact, Resource, and License Records Using Create Lists Usage Statistics  Scholarly Stats CASE coverage service description

43 Using Create Lists to Find UNCW Resource Records

44 Statistical Reports

45 ERM Usage Statistics (from Ted Fons’ presentation) – Can only get CPU if you automatically import statistics

46 Title Comparison Report 26 titles appear in more than 1 resource

47 New Procedure: Coverage Load How coverage load works, part I  Configure spreadsheet conversion rules in ERM Admin  Set up resource record for the desired resource, set the Provider ID (and affiliation, for consortial implementations)  Set up templates for creation of new checkins, brief bibs during coverage load process  Obtain coverage spreadsheet from journal database provider / use Serials Solutions coverage data  Format spreadsheet for coverage load

48 New Procedure: Coverage Load, cont’d. How coverage load works, part II  Batch input spreadsheet data into ERM coverage load module  Coverage load module creates and populates checkin records for titles in spreadsheet (Matching algorithm can be found in Manual page )  Coverage information displays in the OPAC  Coverage load data is stored for future use in the Coverage Edit database  Look at error report to see holdings that did not affix properly, fix and re-run

49 Coverage Load, continued: Coverage Spreadsheet Conversion Rules

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51 Coverage Load, continued: Checkin Record template

52 Coverage Load, continued: Spreadsheet of holdings

53 Coverage Load Spreadsheet Data Elements (part I) See page of the manual PROVIDER (e.g., Blackwell) ISSN (e.g., ) TITLE (e.g., Allergy) URL (e.g., synergy.com.uncclc.coast.uncwil.edu/openurl?genre=journal&stitle=ach ) synergy.com.uncclc.coast.uncwil.edu/openurl?genre=journal&stitle=ach ENUMCAPTION1 (e.g., v.) ENUMSTART1 (e.g., 5) ENUMCAPTION2 (e.g., no.)

54 Coverage Load Spreadsheet Data Elements (part II) ENUMSTART2 (e.g., 1) START_DATE (e.g., 1990) ENUMEND1 (e.g., 10) ENUMEND2 (e.g., 4) END_DATE (e.g., 2000) EMBARGO (e.g., 3 years) ALTLOOKUP (e.g., b )

55 Coverage Load, continued: Coverage Load

56 Coverage Load, continued: Error Report

57 Coverage Load, continued: Coverage Edit

58 Coverage Load, continued: A finished checkin record

59 Coverage Load, continued: Brief bibliographic record elements

60 UNCW’s Implementation: OPAC display

61 UNCW’s Implementation: OPAC display, continued

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63 Concluding thoughts: Workflow changes Division of labor at UNCW straightforward  Dan Pfohl: maintains all the systems capabilities and is our Innovative contact person  Arlene Hanerfeld: inputs all resource and license records  Rebecca Kemp: maintains holdings information and runs coverage load process

64 Concluding thoughts: Unexpected challenges Purchasing an additional module to allow for a consortium to use ERM software Coverage load database issues Time needed CASE products WebBridge in a consortium

65 Questions? Discussion? Thank you for attending!

66 Presenter Contact Information Dan Pfohl Arlene Hanerfeld Rebecca Kemp


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