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1 Princeton Article Express Matt DePetro, Emmanouela Filippidi, Roman Swoopes Engineering Sciences 96 March 15, 2004

2 Princeton Engineering Library Contacted Edward Wladas, Engineering Librarian Contacted Edward Wladas, Engineering Librarian Princeton Engineering library is 3 years old, has 3 floors It has: in-library journals reference collection and reference help-desk (~Cabot) course reserves (can be checked out for 4 hrs) theses/dissertations technical reports 8 classrooms used for group study (~Cabot) laptop connections 6 PCs, Pharos printers, a scanner

3 ArticleExpress (features) Princeton Libraries offer both ILL and A.Express Princeton Libraries offer both ILL and A.Express A.Express started in January, 2002 A.Express started in January, 2002 For A.Express: For A.Express: Eligible users: faculty Materials available: journal articles, book chapters, papers from conference proceedings, newspaper articles Delivery time: hrs (may take longer) Special urgent requests Online request system: username, password, protected access to requests and to delivered material Electronic delivery for article-length material Only criterion: “That you need the material”

4 Important Copyright Information WARNING CONCERNING COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research". If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement. This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order if, in its judgment, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law. ArticleExpress (numbers)  No ownership of the article  75-80% of Engineering Faculty use A.Express  50 or more requests/week  8,000 e-journals  Negligible drop in library use, because it is used as study space  Fall 2003: Enhanced ILL service for grad students!!  Trained staff required  Delivery in.pdf format

5 Taking a closer look… Cheaper to buy articles from an outside vendor than subscribe Cheaper to buy articles from an outside vendor than subscribe For 40% of the articles, Princeton goes to other libraries or outside vendors (eg. CISTI in Canada or the British Library) For 40% of the articles, Princeton goes to other libraries or outside vendors (eg. CISTI in Canada or the British Library) Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information Entire journal collection available for document delivery through Secure Desktop Delivery “prevent redistribution, copying, and storage of documents delivered by the web” 1.Document scanned into IntelliDoc 2.CISTI sends an containing the URL of the site 3.Log on account number/password 4.Need the CISTI SSD plug-in 5.Allows you to view once, print once within hrs (90% within 24hrs) Requests from both individuals and libraries COST: Only the copyrights!

6 IntelliDoc Delivery system, delivers large volumes of documents at high speed Delivery system, delivers large volumes of documents at high speed Accepts orders, recognizes clients, transmits the document, bills client, notifies publisher of copyright collective, provides statistics Accepts orders, recognizes clients, transmits the document, bills client, notifies publisher of copyright collective, provides statistics Scanning  files are multi-page TIFFB (=Tagged Image Format Type B) Scanning  files are multi-page TIFFB (=Tagged Image Format Type B) Compressed according to CCITT Group IV standard\ Compressed according to CCITT Group IV standard\ Resolution: 300 dots/in Resolution: 300 dots/in 1 page = 130Kbytes 1 page = 130Kbytes

7 CISTI Costs Direct Service  Copies per article (no page limit) if ordered electronically and delivered by Ariel or fax OR ordered electronically and delivered by Secure Desktop Delivery = $12  Books loans and renewals (one month) = $45  Plus copyrights Can Harvard or McKay do it? Is it cost effective? Can Harvard profit doing something similar?

8 Digital Delivery at Harvard: Past Experience 18-month interlibrary loan project tested at Depository for Widener journal articles and book excerpts 18-month interlibrary loan project tested at Depository for Widener journal articles and book excerpts Libraries outside Harvard requested Widener materialsLibraries outside Harvard requested Widener materials Depository staff scanned materials, transmitted electronically to Widener using ARIELDepository staff scanned materials, transmitted electronically to Widener using ARIEL Widener staff transmitted to requesting library electronicallyWidener staff transmitted to requesting library electronically

9 Digital Delivery at Harvard: Past Experience (cont’d.) Stats (subject to revision): Stats (subject to revision): For 2002, there were 10,959 images from 1,052 articles processed, including 53 book chaptersFor 2002, there were 10,959 images from 1,052 articles processed, including 53 book chapters For 2003, there were 3,206 images scanned from 278 articlesFor 2003, there were 3,206 images scanned from 278 articles Main constraint: Cost of full-time-equivalent labor Main constraint: Cost of full-time-equivalent labor Lack of student labor at depository makes costs considerably higherLack of student labor at depository makes costs considerably higher Union staff paid more compared to temporary staffUnion staff paid more compared to temporary staff

10 Digital Delivery at Harvard: What Would It Take? Service would need to be able to recover its cost Service would need to be able to recover its cost For requests from end users, HOLLIS would need to be reconfigured to allow for article-level searches For requests from end users, HOLLIS would need to be reconfigured to allow for article-level searches


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