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Visit Danish Digital Library (DLL) eBooks at the Dutch libraries, current and future business models By: Sander van Kempen (manager content at library.nl). Topics. Introduction Sander van Kempen Introduction of the Dutch market Introduction Bibliotheek.nl (library.nl (BNL))

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Visit Danish Digital Library (DLL)

eBooks at the Dutch libraries, current and future business models

By: Sander van Kempen (manager content at library.nl)

topics
Topics
  • Introduction Sander van Kempen
  • Introduction of the Dutch market
  • Introduction Bibliotheek.nl (library.nl (BNL))
  • Current eBook market
  • Status on business model, ICT, etc
  • Outlook
  • Questions

DLL, 28-03-12

a little about me
A little about me……
  • In the eBook market since 2000
  • Founded first eBook company in Holland for eBooks
  • Set up www.eBook.nl
  • Sold www.ebook.nl to large trade publisher in 2006
  • From 2011 active in the library space

DLL, 28-03-12

the market in the netherlands
The market in the Netherlands
  • Trade market is roughly EUR 500 million
  • Roughly divided in fiction (45 %), non-fiction (40%), children books (15%)
  • Digital turnover (eBooks) is 1-2 % of the total market, 13.000 eBook titels and growing fast
  • Libraries cover 7 % of the market
    • Libraries pay publishers for purchase of the collection and use of the collection
  • Libraries
    • Number of branches 900, 165 organisations
    • Number of books lend 100 million per year
    • 4 million members / patrons, 16,5 million inhabitants

DLL, 28-03-12

bibliotheek nl library nl
Bibliotheek.nl (library.nl)
  • Founded January first 2010
  • Mission:
    • National portal (a website for each library)
    • National Catalogue (every product is in the catalogue)
    • Co-operation
    • National, centralised eBook platform
    • In the future access to all digital media

DLL, 28-03-12

ebooks at the library currently
eBooks at the library, currently
  • 1 supplier (not national)
  • Local catalogue
  • DRM
  • 1000 eBook titles available for libraries
  • One copy one user model
  • eBook is not available
  • Library.nl
    • Pilot with public domain titles
    • Pilot with streamed eBooks (Bloomsbury)

DLL, 28-03-12

status discussions
Status / discussions
  • Business model with publishers is unclear
    • Fear of cannibalising commercial market
    • Fear of illegal copying
    • Digital content is not free
  • Technology is unclear
    • DRM / Watermark
    • Download / Streaming
  • License or ownership
  • Price / Discount
  • One copy one user?
  • Pay per download / pay per use
  • Digital content is there, market is here and growing

DLL, 28-03-12

outlook moving forward
Outlook / moving forward
  • Paper market is hit by recession (-10%)
  • Book sellers are not innovating
  • Some book shops will go bankrupt
  • Some publishers will go bankrupt
  • Library law is updated
  • In 2014 roughly 8-15 million for eBooks for libraries (20 million for digital content)
  • Libraries are willing to do business and experiment

DLL, 28-03-12

outlook moving forward1
Outlook / moving forward
  • Adapt the business model (win / win)
    • Start with 3 models
      • Titles that are in the normal library subscription
      • Titles that are limited in use (number / time)
      • Titles that the end user needs to pay for
  • Use / support all technologies
    • DRM / Watermark
    • Download / Streaming
    • Via a library owned, central eBook repository
  • License per year, ownership of parts of the catalogue
  • Subsidies to publishers to digitize backlist
  • One copy one user model, national licences

DLL, 28-03-12

questions
Questions???

DLL, 28-03-12

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