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Discussion ILL Discussion Group Minutes: Midwinter 2011

by David Atkins on Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 12:01 pm

STARS ILL Discussion Group Meeting

San Diego, CA.  Saturday, January 08, 2011

10:30AM -12 Noon

 

Speakers:

·         Megan Gaffney, University of Delaware (Discussion Group Chair)

·         Kristina Eden, University of Michigan

·         Cyril Oberlander, State University of New York, Geneseo

 

1.        Welcome & Announcements.  Megan welcomes attendees.  Reminds group that we will be looking to elect a co-chair/chair elect during  Annual in New Orleans.  Also STARS is looking for Committee volunteers.

 

STARS ILL Discussion Group Meeting

San Diego, CA.  Saturday, January 08, 2011

10:30AM -12 Noon

 

Speakers:

·         Megan Gaffney, University of Delaware (Discussion Group Chair)

·         Kristina Eden, University of Michigan

·         Cyril Oberlander, State University of New York, Geneseo

 

1.        Welcome & Announcements.  Megan welcomes attendees.  Reminds group that we will be looking to elect a co-chair/chair elect during  Annual in New Orleans.  Also STARS is looking for Committee volunteers.

 

2.       Presentation #1:  HathiTrust  Digital Library by Kristina Eden (slides attached below)

a.        Overview.  Began 2008 w/ CIC and Univ. of California Libraries.  Now has 52 member libraries.  Goals are preservation and access.  Everything searchable, not dark archive. Now Global w/ addition of Univ. of Madrid

b.      Governance:

c.       Numbers:  7.8 million volumes.   25% public domain

d.      What’s included?  Founding on Univ of Michigan/Google project expanded to Internet Archive, local digitization projects

e.      Comprehensive Collection.  All languages.  Pilots of image and audio content.  80% of all published work worldwide in next 30 years.

f.        Mission:  Managed and funded by libraries.  Preservation and Access. 

g.       Not a Dark Archive:  Everything searchable but not all open.

h.      Access:  Who can see what?  Many variables.  Project partners?  US or worldwide.  Print on demand available via Amazon (public domain).  Disabilities Access.  Section 108 Preservation on Univ. of Mich. campus only.

i.         Pre 1870:  searchable, viewable & downloadable  if not governed by Google Partner Agreement..  Print on demand available worldwide.

j.        1871-1923

 i.      US:  Public Domain.  Viewable in US only

 ii.      In copyright:  Fully searchable.  Nobody sees full text.  Section 108 Preservation provides Univ. of Mich. campus users access.

k.       Copyright initiatives:  Researching orphan works.  International scope is next.

l.         Future plans:  2011 Reindexing for non-Latin script, etc.

 

3.       Discussion of Presentation #1:  Impact on ILL

A.  HathiTrust  Content that’s not in Google  What do we get by going to HathiTrust  and not Google?

Creates confusion.  OCLC has holdings.  Errors exist.

1.      HathiTrust search only drive use of print:  keyword in context.  As discovery tool.  HathiTrust is better than Google. 

2.      Records show up on OCLC creates confusion

3.      Use/Access options needs to be up front.  Need to determine it item can be delivered.  That info is available in the UofM catalog.

 

B.  Working w/ users & HathiTrust via feedback?

1.      Patrons don’t want to read it on line but want to print the pdf.  Adapting to digital reading? 

2.      Amazon print on demand for US public domain only can still find/get pdf.

 

C.  Orphan works/Public Domain

1.      A review of 90K items uncovered 55% in orphaned/in public domain. 

2.      Establishing public domain public:  Could ILL offices help out?  Right now keeping project

 

D.  Can you interact w/ HathiTrust online text?  Patrons/librarians more satisfied w/ marking, noting, bookmarking, etc. interacting w/ text. 

1.      Gift Deselection and SUNY G found 30% of titles in HathiTrust .  Use to deselect brittle books. 

2.      Pre-1923 journals in Google.  Freely available in Google.  Use it in Borrowing.  Good tool.

3.      Useful for citation verification.

4.      HathiTrust  has API for custom programming

 

E.  International Copyright:  Google terms of contract keeps international access down.   

 

F.  ILL wasn’t on HathiTrust radar. Something for ILL community to keep in mind.  HathiTrust contact Jeremy York (UofM) www.HathiTrust .org

 

4.      Presentation #2:  From Data to Decisions-Making Information Delivery Services (IDS) & Getting it Systems Toolkit.  Cyril Oberlander. (slides attached below)

A.      IDS project overview:  59 libraries.

B.      TAT > Transaction Performance Analysis to measure how performing visa a vie benchmarks

C.      What are our Benchmarks?

a.       Rapid 24 hours and currently

b.      Measuring users satisfaction.  Missing 

c.       Trusted sending:  Is it working? 

D.       Data helps but what next

a.       Mentor Team.  People need be more technically competent. We need workflow and systems specialist

b.      National need for this model

E.      Workflow Toolkit>

F.      Mentor Training institute:  Formal and formal.  IDS provides certification

G.     Question:  Where are the vendors in this process/? 

H.      ALIAS Article Licensing Info Access Service

I.       Technology Advisory Groups provides model to get things done/Distributed teams.  (e.g. IDS Search)

J.        Needs lead to innovations

1.      HathiTrust

2.      E content management:  Serials Solutions or SFX addon in ILLiad connects ILL w/ e journals

K.   What is GIST?  ILL and Acq converging:  If you can’t find a copy for free, then purchase. 

1.      Internet Archive not crawled by Google. 

2.      Estimated delivery date part of the form

3.      Useful for staff?  ILLIad to Acq or Cat

4.      Questions:  impact of HathiTrust  on orders. 

L.     Purchasing Articles>  Unmediated connection to pay per view services.  Getting stuff in 3 minutes.  Libraries billed monthly

1.      Testing AddOns:  Serials Solution, SFX or CCC Get it Now.  Released in March.

2.      Once OCLC Oyster is API accessible so then we could have free articles

3.      Alternative to paying lending and CCC fees.  Invoice not Credit Card.  (added value)

M.  GIST Acq manager > Acq in ILLiad.. budgeting added.  Unbundle Acq from ILS .  Connect to university purchasing?  Should come next. 

N.     Idsproject.org and conference.  Albany NY Aug 2-3. 

O.     Important questions

a.       People first:  prepare for change. 

b.      What works in region and library? 

P.       What to do?

a.       Visit a neighbor

b.      Share expertise and learn

Q.     Print Purchase on demand for items not to add to the collection  

a.       Buy books then give to patrons or add to library booksale

F. Purchasing & Borrowing converging. 

5.  Open Discussion: 

a.      Other libraries implementing GIST?  U of Arizona. 

b.      How can more librarians access the content of these programs and discussions?  Several attendees noted need to share program beyond conference.  Vice-Chair David Atkins, University of Tennessee, stated that this will be something the Discussion Group will investigate.

c.       Annual Program:  E-resources and licensing.

 

6.  Megan adjourned meeting.

 

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Discussion Interlibrary Loan Discussion Group at ALA Midwinter

by Megan Gaffney on Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 10:49 am

Please mark your calendars to join the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Saturday, January 8, 2011
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
San Diego Convention Center - Room 30B

Agenda/Presentations

- HathiTrust - Introduction, updates, and its role in resource sharing - Kristina Eden, University of Michigan ***

Please mark your calendars to join the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Saturday, January 8, 2011
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
San Diego Convention Center - Room 30B

Agenda/Presentations

- HathiTrust - Introduction, updates, and its role in resource sharing - Kristina Eden, University of Michigan ***

- IDS Project and GIST Update – from discussion to decisions - Cyril Oberlander, SUNY College at Geneseo shares information and asks for discussion on future collaborations in resource sharing, IDS Project, and the Getting It System Toolkit.

- Open discussion

*** If you have questions about HathiTrust, please send them to me prior to the meeting; Kristina Eden is happy to bring them to HathiTrust project staff to try to answer them during her presentation.

See you in San Diego!

Megan Gaffney, Chair
David Atkins, Vice-Chair

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Discussion STARS ILL Discussion Group in D.C.

by Neil Romanosky (non-member) on Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 10:55 am

Please join us for the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at the ALA Annual Conference
in Washington, D.C.

Saturday, 6/26/2010, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Metro Center Marriott, Grand Ballroom E
775 12th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Agenda/Presentations

"Green ILL Practices," Dennis Massie, OCLC

"Finding More Resources: Serving Local Distance Education Students through ILL, Reserves,
and Consortia Lending Programs," Bethany Sewell, University of Denver

IDS Project Update, Cyril Oberlander, IDS/SUNY College at Geneseo

Please join us for the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at the ALA Annual Conference
in Washington, D.C.

Saturday, 6/26/2010, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Metro Center Marriott, Grand Ballroom E
775 12th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Agenda/Presentations

"Green ILL Practices," Dennis Massie, OCLC

"Finding More Resources: Serving Local Distance Education Students through ILL, Reserves,
and Consortia Lending Programs," Bethany Sewell, University of Denver

IDS Project Update, Cyril Oberlander, IDS/SUNY College at Geneseo

Open discussion

We'll also be electing a new vice-chair for the discussion group at this meeting.
Nominations are still welcome and can be sent to neil.romanosky (at) med.nyu.edu

See you in D.C.!

Neil Romanosky, Chair
Megan Gaffney, Vice-Chair

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Discussion Call for nominees: Chair of RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group

by Neil Romanosky (non-member) on Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 10:41 am

We are currently looking for candidates to serve a two-year term,

one as Vice-Chair and one as Chair, of the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group.

 

The new Chair will plan content for and lead the discussion groups

for the 2012 Midwinter and Annual meetings.  As Vice-Chair,

the newly elected person also agrees to take over the responsibilities

of the 2011 chair should the need arise.

 

The election will be held at the discussion group at the ALA Annual Meeting

in Washington, D.C.:

 

Date: Saturday, 6/26/2010

We are currently looking for candidates to serve a two-year term,

one as Vice-Chair and one as Chair, of the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group.

 

The new Chair will plan content for and lead the discussion groups

for the 2012 Midwinter and Annual meetings.  As Vice-Chair,

the newly elected person also agrees to take over the responsibilities

of the 2011 chair should the need arise.

 

The election will be held at the discussion group at the ALA Annual Meeting

in Washington, D.C.:

 

Date: Saturday, 6/26/2010

Time: 10:30pm-12:00 pm

Place and agenda: TBA

 

Candidates will be asked to deliver a brief statement of purpose to

the group before voting takes place.  Results will be announced at

the end of the session.

 

Please send nominations to neil.romanosky at med.nyu.edu by 6/1/2010.

Self-nominations are welcome.

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Discussion RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at Midwinter

by Neil Romanosky (non-member) on Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 11:09 am

Please join the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at the ALA Midwinter Meeting
in Boston.  The session is open to anyone interested in resource sharing.

Date: Saturday 1/16/2010
Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Place: Seaport Hotel, Amphitheater  (200 Seaport Boulevard)

There will be two presentations, each with time for Q and A:

Please join the RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group at the ALA Midwinter Meeting
in Boston.  The session is open to anyone interested in resource sharing.

Date: Saturday 1/16/2010
Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Place: Seaport Hotel, Amphitheater  (200 Seaport Boulevard)

There will be two presentations, each with time for Q and A:

Cyril Oberlander, Associate Director of the Milne Library, SUNY College at Geneseo,
will speak about the  Getting It System Toolkit (GIST), an invention that can streamline
purchase-on-demand and just-in-time acquisitions workflow, enhance the
ILLiad Interlibrary Loan request forms, empower users with delivery
options, and more.

Michael Ireland, Director of CISTI Information Access and Delivery, and Jason Charron, Director of Corporate Services and Strategic Initiatives at CISTI, will discuss
the recent CISTI announced partnership with Infotrieve to provide
document delivery services.

Open discussion to follow as time allows.  Also come with suggestions for topics
you might like to discuss at the Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

I hope to see you there.

Neil Romanosky
Chair, RUSA STARS ILL Discussion Group

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