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1 Biblioteki akademickie - trendy dotyczące zasobów elektronicznych Maria Anna Jankowska Charles E. Young Research Library University of California, Los Angeles INFORMACJA DLA NAUKI A ŚWIAT ZASOBÓW CYFROWYCH Świnoujście, września 2008

2 Academic Libraries – trends in e-resources Maria Anna Jankowska Charles E. Young Research Library University of California, Los Angeles INFORMACJA DLA NAUKI A ŚWIAT ZASOBÓW CYFROWYCH Świnoujście, września 2008

3 Current Scholarly Information Universe Dempsey, Lorcan, Eric Childress et al Metadata switch. In E-Scholarship: A LITA Guide (Chicago: LITA).

4 Library Technologies Open URL link resolvers Federated searching across networked electronic resources Virtual reference Citation managers (RefWork) Open Journal Systems (OJS) Open Conference System (OCS) Digitizing software (Contentdm, Dspace, D-Pubs)

5 Current Trends Digital representation (digital image or digital object) Preservation and archiving Web harvesting Networked electronic resources Libraries' publishing service program Institutional repositories (Register your institutional repositoryRegister your institutional repository Shared print archives for licensed electronic journals

6 Digitization Born-digital projects Collaborative projects Different formats and specialized subject areasDifferent formats Maps and geo-referencinggeo-referencing

7 Archiving and Preservation Google Books Library Project Microsoft Live Search Books Open Content Alliance Million book project Federacja Bibliotek Cyfrowych Electronic preservation services, PORTICOPORTICO

8 Web harvesting Harvesting (OAI-PMH) Wayback Machine Minerva Project Web Publication Harvesting

9 E-resource facts Faculty and students love electronic resources 91% increase in e-resources in the library collection 84% cancelled print subscriptions when the content was available electronically

10 Trends in e-resources collection Electronic resource access management systems (ERAMS) Open scholarship Data sets Electronic reference source Learning objects Geospatial data Monographic books

11 Total Electronic Serials Expenditures,

12 E-journals Expenditures for e-serials have increased by 171% since , and by more than 1800% since they were first reported in One time purchase of perpetual rights to back files of e- journals Perpetual access right (permanent access to the licensed materials) vs archival access right (permanently retain an electronic copy of the licensed materials) Electronic preservation services, PORTICOPORTICO

13 Open access journals Open access journals are still considered in libraries as supplementary collection 67% institutions catalog or indexes peer-reviewed Open Access journals and content 9% cancelled a subscription when comparable content was available through an Open Access publication

14 Reference Service Instant messaging and chat Roving reference Tiered reference Research consultations Instructional reference Self-directing learning

15 Institutional depositories Open access business model for e-scholarship Registry of Open Access Repository (ROAR) eScholarship Repository

16 Transformations in Academic Libraries Shift from access to information to easy discovery of information Shift in approach to delivery of information resources and services Shift to more holistic, integrated campus-wide information services.

17 What about our future? Tour of information Island Second life librariesTour of information Island


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