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The Future of Collaboration in Area Studies Collections and Research. James Simon Center for Research Libraries. Current Collaborations @ CRL (specific to Latin America). LAMP Latin Americanist Research Resources Project (LARRP) World Newspaper Archive – LAN Collection Building programs.

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The future of collaboration in area studies collections and research

The Future of Collaboration in Area StudiesCollections and Research

James Simon

Center for Research Libraries


Current collaborations @ crl specific to latin america

Current Collaborations @ CRL(specific to Latin America)

  • LAMP

  • Latin Americanist Research Resources Project (LARRP)

  • World Newspaper Archive – LAN

  • Collection Building programs


Global resources network

Global Resources Network

Goals:

  • Expand access to information resources from all world regions.

  • Promote coordinated approaches to collection building and collaborative mechanisms for discovery, presentation, delivery, and preservation of international materials.


Oclc global book study

OCLC Global Book Study


Oclc global book study1

OCLC Global Book Study


Larrp distributed resources

LARRP Distributed Resources

  • Object: strengthen the collective coverage of monographs and other resources produced in Latin America

    • Reallocation of collection resources

    • Support for access


Larrp distributed resources1

Increased collection by DRP partner

Decreased collection by other participants

High percentage of unique material (fewer than 5 holding libraries in OCLC)

LARRP Distributed Resources


The future of collaboration in area studies collections and research

LARRP Distributed Resources

  • Level collection by DRP partner

  • Level collection by other participants

  • Low percentage of unique material


Larrp distributed resources2

LARRP Distributed Resources


Larrp distributed resources3

LARRP Distributed Resources


Larrp distributed resources4

LARRP Distributed Resources


Larrp distributed resources5

LARRP Distributed Resources


Drp lessons learned

DRP - Lessons Learned

  • Collaboration takes work

  • non sufficit unum

  • Collect smarter, not harder


The future of collaboration in area studies collections and research

LAMP

  • 2,300 titles

    • Newspapers

    • Journals

    • Monographs

    • Electronic resources

  • 10,000 reels

  • $1m investment in collaboration


World newspaper archive

World Newspaper Archive

Latin American Newspapers

  • 1.1 million pages

  • 33 titles (of 35)

  • 1805-1922

  • Community sourced

  • Community supported


Future of collaboration

Future of Collaboration

  • Respond to the changing landscape of production, acquisition, preservation of information

  • Leverage strengths & capacity where it exists


Llmc digital

LLMC-Digital

  • Law Library Microform Consortium

    • 20 million pages legal material (U.S., foreign)

    • Strategic partnership for content prioritization

    • CRL-wide access for FY2011


Ethos

EThOS

  • Electronic Thesis Online Service(British Library)

    • Single point of access to Ph.D theses from UK

    • Digital access through CRL Demand Purchase

    • Partnership for selection, digitization of key areas


Future of collaboration1

Future of Collaboration

  • Respond to the changing landscape of production, acquisition, preservation of information

  • Leverage strengths

  • Enhance information sharing among libraries


Future of collaboration2

Future of Collaboration

  • Respond to the changing landscape of production, acquisition, preservation of information

  • Leverage strengths

  • Enhance information sharing among libraries

  • Extend collaboration globally


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