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Task force report on collective subscription of korean studies e resources

Task Force Report onCollective Subscription of Korean Studies E-Resources

March 24, 2010

Task Force on Korean Studies E-Resources


Contents

Contents

  • Overview of Korean Studies E-Resources

  • Korea Foundation Support

  • Negotiation Process

  • Feedback and Suggestion


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Task Force Report onCollective Subscription of Korean Studies E-Resources

  • Overview of Korean Studies E-Resources

    Mikyung Kang

    Harvard University


Task force members

Task Force members

Appointed by recommendations:

  • Mikyung Kang, Harvard University

  • Miree Ku, Duke University

  • Sun-Yoon Lee, University of Southern California

  • Yunah Sung, University of Michigan


Existing korean online dbs

Existing Korean Online DBs


Existing korean online dbs1

Existing Korean Online DBs

  • Other Existing Korean Online DBs except two DB packages (EKS & Nurimedia)


Newly introduced dbs

Newly introduced DBs


Starting points

Starting points

  • EKS Options

  • Nurimedia’s DBpia/KRpia:

    • Became independent as of Oct. 23, 2009


Ending points

Ending points

  • Three years (Mar. 2010~Feb. 2013)

  • 3% annual increase

  • Simplified library groups


Eks negotiation process

EKS negotiation process

Starting Price

Finalized Price

*15% increase

*2009 Price: former group B, D, E Price

*DBpia/KRpia included in the beginning

*DBpia/KRpia excluded due to Nuri’s decision not to participate in EKS


Nuri negotiation process

Nuri negotiation process

Starting Price

Finalized Price

* Became independent as of Oct. 23, 2009


Dbs for consideration

DBs for consideration

  • Scholar by Kyobo

  • E-article by Haksul Chǒngbowǒn

  • New nonmun by Hakchisa

  • Pukhan Haksul Database by CNC


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Task Force Report onCollective Subscription of Korean Studies E-Resources

  • Korea Foundation Support

    Sun-Yoon K. Lee

    University of Southern California


Program objectives

Program Objectives

  • Growing significance of online resources for education and research purposes

  • To advance Korean Studies education and research worldwide

  • To support to eligible universities to offset the subscription fees for the benefit of Korea-related scholars and graduate students

  • To serve to complement the existing materials distribution program


Eligible applicants

Eligible Applicants

  • Four-year universities that maintain

    • Korean Studies department

    • Korean Studies programs

    • Korean language programs

    • East Asian programs with a Korean component

  • Need to make relevant e-resources available for faculty members and graduate students majoring in Korean Studies

  • Expand the availability in 2010 (US, Canada, and Australia only in 2009)


Scope to support

Scope to Support

  • Cost-sharing

  • Up to 50% of the subscription fees

  • Limited to $5,000 per year

  • E-resources include online databases, e-journals, e-books and other online resources offered by public institutions or private parties, such as EKS, DBpia, KRpia, RISS International.


Recipient institutions

Recipient Institutions

  • 41 universities

  • 8 countries

  • $300 - 4,500 / inst.

  • $137,600 in total

  • One year support

  • Renewal of program is possible, based on overall demand and evaluation process


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Task Force Report onCollective Subscription of Korean Studies E-Resources

  • Negotiation Process

    Miree Ku

    Duke University


Timeline 2009

Timeline (2009)


Timeline 2010

Timeline (2010)


Google group kseresource

Google group: kseresource

  • Discuss all related issues

  • Archive all documents and information

  • Manage negotiation process effectively

  • http://groups.google.com/group/kseresource


Numbers

Numbers

  • Total 1,607 discussions among Task Force members in kseresource google group

    • Oct (353), Nov (429), Dec (160), Jan (451), Feb (160) and Mar (54) as of March 13, 2010


Numbers1

Numbers

  • About 45 Q & As on Collective subscription of Korean e-resources from Feb 13 until now


Numbers2

Numbers

  • 2010 Korean E-Resources Price ($)

    *

    * Up to 45% of the total subscription fees, but not to exceed $4,500 per institution


Numbers3

Numbers

  • 2010 Korean E-Resources Subscription

  • Korea Foundation Support


Negotiation based on

Negotiation based on…

  • Trust

    • building trust among the parties

  • Productive Communication

    • establishing productive communicating among parties, aiming for a successful outcome

  • Clear Interest

    • recognizing clear interests of the parties

  • Win-Win Thinking

    • finding a solution that is acceptable to all concerned parties


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Task Force Report onCollective Subscription of Korean Studies E-Resources

  • Feedback and Suggestion

    Yunah Sung

    University of Michigan


Issues in collective subscription

Issues in Collective Subscription

  • Roles of the Task Force

  • Selection of DBs and Vendors

  • Participants and Group Classification

  • Negotiation process and strategy

  • Grant support

  • Institutional supports on time, extra work, travel for a TF member


Feedback suggestions

Feedback & Suggestions

  • New Vendors & DBs

  • New Participants

  • Continuing funding support from Korea Foundation

  • Long-term/stable model for Group deal

  • Next term Task Force

  • Subcommittee on Korean E-Resources under the CKM


Thank you for your support

Thank you for your support!

Questions & Answers

Libraries

Users

E-Resource Korea

Vendors Foundation


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