Electronic Resource Management in Libraries: Research and Practice: Research and Practice

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Yu, Holly
IGI Global, Feb 28, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 440 pages
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A pronounced move from print subscriptions to electronic resources in all types of libraries has fundamentally impacted the library and its users. With the influx of resources such as e-journals; e-books; index, abstract, and/or full-text databases; aggregated databases; and others, the shift to electronic resources is rapidly changing library operational and organizational procedures.

Electronic Resource Management in Libraries: Research and Practice provides comprehensive coverage of the issues, methods, theories, and challenges connected with the provision of electronic resources in libraries, with emphasis on strategic planning, operational guidelines, and practices. This book primarily focuses on management practices of the life-cycle of commercially acquired electronic resources from selection and ordering to cataloging, Web presentation, user support, usage evaluation, and more.

 

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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgment
Historic Overview Strategic Planning and Usage Statistics
History of Electronic Resources
Strategic Planning for Electronic Resource Management
Electronic Usage Statistics
Workflow Management and Competencies of Electronic Resource Librarians
Selecting Acquiring and Renewing Electronic Resources
OneStop Shopping for Journal Holdings
Beyond OpenURL Technologies for Linking Library Resources
Authentication and Access Management of Electronic Resources
Using Consistent Naming Conventions for Library Electronic Resources
Electronic Resource Management Systems ERMS
Standards the Structural Underpinnings of Electronic Resource Management Systems
Challenges and Potentials of Electronic Resource Management
Panorama of Electronic Resource Management Systems

Sharing the Albatross of EResources Management Workflow
Process Mapping for Electronic Resources A Lesson from Business Models
Evolving Roles for Electronic Resources Librarians
The Evolution of License Content
Copyright Implications for Electronic Resources
Tactics and Terms in the Negotiation of Electronic Resource Licenses
Working with Electronic Resources
Working with Database and EJournal Vendors to Ensure Quality for End Users
The Impact of Locally Developed Electronic Resource Management Systems
The Future of Electronic Resource Management Systems Inside and Out
In the Eye of the Storm ERM Systems are Guiding Libraries Future
Compilation of References
About the Contributors
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Holly Yu, MLIS, is Web Administrator and reference librarian at the University Library, California State University, Los Angeles. She coordinates the development and maintenance of the Library’s web site, and is heavily involved in designing and testing web interfaces for the library. She also provides curricular support, library instruction and reference services to students and faculty. She is the author of “Web Accessibility and the Law: Recommendations for Implementation” (Library Hi Tech, vol 20 no.4). She has presented at American Library Association conferences and regional conferences, as well as the Internet Librarians’ conference on the topics of web site usability and library web development. She is active in the Library Information & Technology Association (LITA) and the American Library Association (ALA).

Scott Breivold is an associate librarian at California State University, Los Angeles. He is the University Library’s Media, Communications, & Arts Librarian and oversees the Music & Media Center. He recently took on the role of Library Web Administrator, and will be responsible for coordinating the development and maintenance of the library’s web site. As a member of the web team, he played a lead role in the library’s current site design, OPAC interface, and online Information Literacy Tutorials. He has presented at local and national conferences on topics ranging from media collection development to library web and tutorial design. He is the editor of Howard Hawks: Interviews published by the University of Mississippi Press in 2006. [Editor]

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