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ReCAP Data Part 4: EDD (Electronic Document Delivery). Zack Lane ReCAP Coordinator August 2011. ReCAP Columbia University. EDD (Electronic Document Delivery). There are two types of delivery from ReCAP: physical delivery and EDD

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Recap data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

ReCAP DataPart 4: EDD (Electronic Document Delivery)

Zack Lane

ReCAP Coordinator

August 2011

ReCAP

Columbia University


Edd electronic document delivery
EDD (Electronic Document Delivery)

  • There are two types of delivery from ReCAP: physical delivery and EDD

  • EDD is a value added service provided to Columbia University Libraries patrons

  • .pdf scans are made of journal articles and book chapters

  • EDD is limited to only patrons with borrowing privileges (implemented 8/22/11)

  • Detailed information for staff can be found on the ReCAP EDD website

ReCAP

Columbia University


How to place an edd request
How to Place an EDD Request

  • Patrons can request an electronic copy of a single journal article or book chapter (up to 10% of a work)

  • Place an EDD request via CLIO. Requesting Offsite Items for Viewing Online (01:31)

  • A complete citation is required

  • The electronic document will remain accessible on the server for fourteen days

  • If scan not possible, physical item will be delivered to the owning library circulation desk and held for two weeks

ReCAP

Columbia University


Physical delivery vs edd
Physical Delivery vs. EDD

  • EDDs have accounted for 6.4% of all requests

  • Physical delivery has been begun leveling off in past 3 years

  • EDD volume had been declining per capita since FY06 due to accessibility of electronic backfiles

  • In January 2009, Health Sciences Library began transferring serial collections

  • Requests rose quickly both in aggregate and in proportion to physical delivery

ReCAP

Columbia University


ReCAP

Columbia University


ReCAP

Columbia University


ReCAP

Columbia University


Monthly edd requests by type
Monthly EDD Requests by Type

  • Physical delivery requests are in phase with the academic calendar

  • EDD requests are not clearly in phase

  • Physical delivery has steadily increased since ReCAP opened in 2002

  • EDD trends have been erratic

  • Volume increased FY02-FY06, held steady FY07-FY09, dramatically increased in FY09 and then subsequently declined

ReCAP

Columbia University


ReCAP

Columbia University


ReCAP

Columbia University


Impact of hsl transfers
Impact of HSL Transfers

  • In January 2009, Health Sciences Library began transferring large volumes of serials to ReCAP

  • High-use titles were transferred first

  • Thousands more titles are waiting to be transferred

  • Request volume has declined for HSL materials since early 2009

ReCAP

Columbia University


ReCAP

Columbia University


Patron usage in fy11
Patron Usage in FY11

  • 5,333 total EDD requests in FY11

  • 1,081 patrons

  • Average of 3.2 EDD requests per patron

  • Physical Delivery

    • 66,180 requests

    • 7,912 patrons

    • Average of 8.4 requests per patron

ReCAP

Columbia University


More data available
More Data Available

  • More information about data sets can be found on the ReCAP Data Center website

  • Primary data categories include: accession, retrieval, delivery and circulation

  • Tailored data sets and analysis will be provided to staff via the ReCAP Coordinator

  • Please see the main ReCAP website for general information about CUL procedures and systems

ReCAP

Columbia University


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