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Libraries Australia Interlibary Lending. Interactive Session Deborah Fuller Scotia Ashley. LADD – Background. Libraries Australia and LADD What is LADD?. Outline. Overview New functionality in VDX 2.7.4 Infotrieve database WorldCat Resource Sharing What’s coming – VDX 3.2.1

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libraries australia interlibary lending
Libraries Australia Interlibary Lending
  • Interactive Session
  • Deborah Fuller
  • Scotia Ashley
ladd background
LADD – Background
  • Libraries Australia and LADD
  • What is LADD?
outline
Outline
  • Overview
  • New functionality in VDX 2.7.4
  • Infotrieve database
  • WorldCat Resource Sharing
  • What’s coming – VDX 3.2.1
  • Enhanced Requesting
  • Improving LADD
overview
Overview
  • More than307,000 items requested
  • 730 libraries use the LADD Web interface
  • 66 libraries use ISO ILL compliant ILL systems
overview cont
Overview (cont.)
  • More than 300 NZ libraries accessible via Te Puna Interlending
  • Commercial suppliers – Infotrieve and CISTI
new customers
New Customers
  • 70 new LADD customers
  • ACT – ABLAKE, ADLS:CP, AEEWR, AJSSC, ANIC, ARMCA
  • NSW - NADH, NAGTS, NAJWE, NAP, NBLAKE, NCE, NCPS, NCSU:E, NDLS:AL, NDLS:CR, NDLS:WO, NDOCP, NIND, NJMC, NLEC, NLSS, NNECG, NNRLG, NNRTB, NNSWD, NSCH:CH, NSIC, NSMENG, NU:ST, NUND:D
  • NT - XASH, XCLC, XCOONA
  • QLD - QAAVNC, QBGS, QBLAKE, QGYM, QHBP, QLWC, QNQ, QQLD, QRSL, QSCL, QSCUC
  • SA - SBCPL, SBLIC, SMU, STT, SUL
  • TAS – TQVM, TDE
  • VIC - VACA, VBLAKE, VBSESL, VCERB, VDLS, VDLS:WI, VGL, VMON, VNG, VPUCKA, VSEW, VSSIGS,
  • WA - WALZ, WBLAKE, WGHD, WWPS, WMAU, WSTSC, WUTZ
benefits of ladd
Benefits of LADD
  • Management of requests
  • ILL reports
  • LADD Payments Service
benefits of ladd9
Benefits of LADD
  • Reciprocal arrangements
  • Work Queues
what is iso ill
What is ISO ILL?
  • ISO Interlibrary Loan Protocol (ISO ILL) enables interlibrary loan transactions to be sent from one interlibrary loan system to another via the Libraries Australia Document Delivery gateway.
iso ill systems
ISO ILL Systems
  • Interoperating with different ISO ILL compliant systems
  • OCLC’s VDX
  • Relais International: Relais
  • Ex Libris Aleph Integrated ILL
  • Clio
iso ill sites
ISO ILL Sites
  • New ISO ILL sites:
  • WU (VDX) - since Oct 2007
  • NUN (Aleph) – since March 2008
  • SUA (Relais) – since May 2008
  • TSL (VDX) – since June 2008
  • ADFA (Relais) – since July 2008
  • VS:CL (Relais) – since Oct 2008
  • Library Link Victoria (VDX): VAYM, VECA, VKER, VMIL, VMON, VEGS, VFRK, VHUM, VMOR, VPPLS, VSLIS, VSWN, VWIM
  • For more information on ISO ILL interoperabilty see
  • http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/isoill.html
iso ill mou
ISO ILL MoU
  • Memorandum of Understanding on ISO ILL Interoperability with Libraries Australia Document Delivery
new functionality in vdx 2 7 4
New Functionality in VDX 2.7.4
  • 'Received by Email or FTP' status searchable
  • Last Action - 'expired' and 'message-indication‘ searchable
  • Time Out was extended from 30 minutes to 1 hour
vdx 2 7 4 functionality cont
VDX 2.7.4 Functionality (cont.)
  • Billing Address details in LADD locations removed.
  • DocStore button changed to Attach
  • Authorisation Status of Acknowledged searchable
vdx 2 7 4 functionality cont17
VDX 2.7.4 Functionality (cont.)
  • New email alerts:
  • Renew Answer Yes: 
  • When a request for a renewal is approved
  • Renew Answer No: 
  • When a request for a renewal is declined
infotrieve pilot
Infotrieve Pilot
  • A pilot with Infotrieve as a supplier supporting direct title searching in Infotrieve Australia database began in May 2007
worldcat resource sharing
WorldCat Resource Sharing
  • Proposed interconnection between LADD and WorldCat Resource Sharing
new release vdx 3 2 1
New Release VDX 3.2.1
  • VDX 3.2.1
  • - scheduled for implementation shortly
vdx 3 2 1 new functionality
VDX 3.2.1 – New Functionality
  • Reports
  • Pop-up Calendars
  • Action Drop-down Menu in the Results Screen
  • Item Formats
  • Ability to Search for Item Formats in the ILL Request Search Screen
additional pop up calendars in vdx 3 2 1
Additional Pop-up calendars in VDX 3.2.1
  • Received (Local due date field)
  • Request
  • Renew
  • Renew Answer Yes
  • Answer Conditional
  • Answer Retry
  • Answer Will Supply
  • Answer Hold
why use docstore
Why use DocStore?
  • Facility available to all LA Document Delivery users
why use docstore36
Why use DocStore?
  • Better than email attachment
  • Document is linked with request
  • Email alert
enhanced requesting38
Enhanced Requesting
  • Start an interlibrary loan in Libraries Australia Search
  • Finalise in Libraries Australia Document Delivery
what is enhanced requesting
What is Enhanced Requesting?
  • Optional feature in Libraries Australia Search
  • Refers only to the Get this item atother libraries option
  • Complete request form for either Loan or Copy
  • 2 forms suitable for ILL staff or end users
who can use enhanced requesting
Who can use Enhanced Requesting?
  • LADD members
  • Non-LADD members
  • ISO VDX locations
how does it work
How does it work?

Libraries Australia

Document Delivery

Search and Locate Item

Formatted Email

who will use enhanced requesting
Who will use Enhanced Requesting?
  • End Users
  • Library/ILL Staff
  • Accounts and Security
using enhanced requesting48
Using Enhanced Requesting
  • If your library is a member of LADD the request will go to your library LADD account.
  • Your library can be set up to receive an Email Alert that an Enhanced Request has been submitted from LA Search.
  • The request will not be activated until a staff member at your library authorises it to do so.
using enhanced requesting49
Using Enhanced Requesting
  • If your library is not a member of LADD, the request is sent to your library’s email address according to the ILRS entry
  • Library staff then email the request to libraries which hold the item.
how to register for enhanced requesting
How to register for Enhanced Requesting
  • Send an email to the Libraries Australia HelpDesk:
  • librariesaustralia@nla.gov.au
  • You will receive a confirmation email once Enhanced Requesting has been set up
improving ladd
Improving LADD
  • Your suggestions:
  • Libraries Australia welcomes feedback on the Libraries Australia Service.
  • http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/suggestform.html
improving ladd enhancements
Improving LADD - Enhancements
  • VDX (Virtual Document Exchange)
  • - an OCLC product
  • LADD uses VDX version 2.7.4
  • VUGANZ (VDX Users Group in Australia and New Zealand)
  • Annual call for enhancements
further information
Further Information
  • FAQs, Manuals and Guides:
  • http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/manuals.html#ladd
  • Or contact the Libraries Australia Helpdesk: 1800 026 155
  • librariesaustralia@nla.gov.au
further information59
Further Information
  • Don’t forget to sign up to the LADD email list:
  • sympa@nla.gov.au
  • subscribe librariesaustraliadocdel-l yourfirstname yourlastname
ladd team
LADD Team
  • Deborah Fuller, Product Development Manager
  • Debbie Hanington, LADD Administrator
  • Anne-Marie Boyd, LADD Support
  • Scotia Ashley, LADD Customer Support