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1 UK Research Reserve: the story continues... M25 Consortium AGM June 2009 Frances Boyle UKRR Manager M25 Consortium AGM 2009

2 To cover.. What it is How it is When it is Over to you...

3 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR is… A collaborative, coordinated and sustainable approach to long-term retention, storage and access to low use print research journals.

4 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR delivers… Quick and easy access to research material Coordinated retention of print journals Collaborative storage of print journals Release of space for other uses Funding for deduplication in HE libraries

5 RLUK AGM April 2009 Backstory.. Pilot project: January 2007 to August 2008 Funded by HEFCE – c.£709k 8 partner libraries Achievements (some): More than 8k titles held in the RR Over 11k metres of shelf space released BL holdings strengthened Proof of concept

6 UKRR Phase 2 - Purpose Key aims Protecting research information 100 km shelf space to be released

7 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR Phase 2 Benefits Key benefits Better document delivery service from British Library Access to funds for deduplication to release space in your library

8 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR Phase 2 Funding £9.8m from HEFCE For UKRR members: is based on activity costings awarded per linear metre of deduplicated material a fixed rate of £26.16 plm

9 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR Phase 2 Subscription JISC Band Annual Subscription Fees (£) Annual Threshold to Offset Subscription (approx. metres) A-C10, D-F 7, G-J 5, Subscription costs based on JISC bands

10 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR Phase 2 Schedule 5 year programme Membership is a commitment for 5 years First cycle - summer 2009 Inviting applications to join imminently A target of 10k linear metres per cycle

11 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR How to join? Announcement: website, mailing lists, e-alerts etc. Support pack application form: type of material, how much, when, internal deadlines etc handbook – outlines process, FAQs, templates UKRR criteria UKRR Selection Panel

12 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR Process SubmissionComparisonDecision SEARCH/ DISCLOSE UPDATE/EDIT

13 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 Challenges.. Organisational: move from JIC to JIT x sectoral relations logistics: workflows, schedules Data: Holdings records quality, accessibility, timeliness

14 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 UKRR: Factoids/Fiction UKRR does...UKRR doesnt... handle the legacy issue of long runs of low use print journals duplicated across HE libraries digitise the content of the low use print journals offer enhanced document supply service from the BL mean that there is no charge for BL ILLs provide funds to support libraries deduplicating local material (may) not cover all costs. £26.16 per metre of material accepted into UKRR provide ongoing support for deduplication activity across 5 years offer a single year membership have a wide breadth of research material within scope e.g. journals, annual reports, conf. proceedings deal with monographs, abstracts & indexes, bibs, catalogues, newspapers, leisure journals, teaching material, reprints etc

15 UKRR – Phase 2+n By 2014 UKRR should be a sustainable system What next? Monographs? Grey literature? International collaborations? M25 Consortium AGM 2009

16 Key contacts Deborah Shorley, Head, UK Research Reserve (UKRR) Frances Boyle UK Research Reserve (UKRR) Manager Dr. Joanna Newman Head of Higher Education

17 M25 Consortium AGM 2009 Questions? Over to you…

18 RLUK AGM April 2009 Frances Boyle UKRR Manager


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