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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 data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

ReCAP

Columbia University


Recap data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

ReCAP

Columbia University


Recap data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

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 data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

ReCAP

Columbia University


Recap data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

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 data part 4 edd electronic document delivery

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

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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

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Columbia University


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