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Marshall Breeding Independent Consultant, Author, and Founder and Publisher, Library Technology Guides http://www.librarytechnology.org/ http://twitter.com/mbreeding. Kōtui . Leading the way in Cooperative Automation. 25 Sept 2012. Kōtui breakfast: LIANZA Conference 2012. Abstract.

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Marshall Breeding

Independent Consultant, Author, and

Founder and Publisher, Library Technology Guides

http://www.librarytechnology.org/

http://twitter.com/mbreeding

Kōtui

Leading the way in Cooperative Automation

25 Sept 2012

Kōtui breakfast: LIANZA Conference 2012


Abstract

Abstract

  • Marshall Breeding will focus on trends involving ever larger groups of libraries coming together to share automation and resource-sharing infrastructure.  In many geographic areas  library automation environments are consolidating into ever larger systems.  Multiple established consortia are merging together and new consortia are emerging.  Interest in state-wide and nation-wide infrastructure for library automation continues to grow.  Library management systems, both the established ones and the new-generation products, seem well able to scale up to the largest conceivable implementation, with organizational and political issues imposing more constraint than the capabilities of the technology.  But in times of ever constrained resources and interest in the strongest resource sharing possibilities, these large consolidated library automation implementations seem to be an important and mostly positive trend.


Increased interest in cooperation

Increased interest in Cooperation

  • Lowered automation costs

  • Opportunities for resource sharing

    • Direct Consortial Borrowing

  • Increase collection materials available to library patrons

  • Collaborative Collection Development

  • Options for shared technical services


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Public libraries in new zealand

Public Libraries in New Zealand

  • 69 Library Services

  • 324 facilities


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NZ Public Libraries by ILS


Auckland city libraries

Auckland City Libraries

  • 7 separatelibrary services merged in2010


Illinois heartland library consortium

Illinois Heartland Library Consortium

  • LargestConsortiumin US by Number of Members


Orbis cascade alliance

Orbis Cascade Alliance

  • 37 Academic Libraries

  • Combined enrollment of 258,000

  • 9 million titles

  • 1997: implemented dual INN-Reach systems

  • Orbis and Cascade consortia merged in 2003

  • Moved from INN-Reach to OCLC Navigator / VDX in 2008

  • Current strategy to move to shared LMS based on Ex Libris Alma


Oribs cascade alliance strategy

Oribs Cascade Alliance strategy

  • Want to press the limits of deep collaboration among independent institutions

  • Collectively build collections, selective areas of strength

  • Shared or distributed technical processing

  • Shared infrastructure path to effective collaboration

  • Challenges: diverse organizations, coordination among many governance boards, accommodate policies, identity, and issues of local control

  • Previous arrangements impeded collaboration


Mandate to cooperate

Mandate to Cooperate

  • Trend toward shared automation

  • Better leverage for library collections

  • Savings in automation frees resources for other strategic services

  • Provide stronger resources together than possible by each library independently

  • Shared automation is just the beginning of a broader set of collaborative possibilities


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