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ALA Midwinter 2006(updated 1/27/2005)Resource SharingUser Group Dana Dietz Global Product Manager, Resource Sharing & Fulfillment Services
Agenda • Request deflection • Printing workflows in WorldCat Resource Sharing • WorldCat Fulfillment • Help us prioritize! • Remote circulation pilot Jennifer Pearson - Product Manager, Consortia Services
Local holdings request deflection • Local Holding Record maintenance in Connexion browser • Requests will be deflected if restrictions set to ‘will not loan’ or ‘will not copy’ • ‘Reason for No’ report shows Auto-Deflection: request type • LHR 008 bytes 20 and 21 checked for all requests • Suggested lender strings for serials based on volume and year in LHR
Deflection control in Policies Directory • Format control – electronic serials • Deflection ON/OFF • Ability to exclude specific groups
Printing workflows • Pending and Review requests moved to In Process when printed • Single page print-out • Ability to print only new requests • Ability to batch print at time of batch update
WorldCat Fulfillment • Streamlines customer access to content via ILL, circulation, purchasing and online full text. • Available in authenticated services and on open web. • More info coming at ALA annual!
Remote Circulation/What is it? • vendor-neutral resource sharing brokering service using NCIP protocols between WorldCat Resource Sharing/ILLiad and disparate ILS/ILL systems to facilitate patron initiated, unmediated resource sharing between and beyond library consortia
ILS ILS NCIP messaging from WCRS to libraries’ ILS WorldCat Resource Sharing ILS ILS
Direct Delivery with Remote Circ • Libraries who choose will have the option of having items delivered directly to their patrons
Remote Circulation/What will it do for me? • Streamlines workflows for patrons and librarians by: • Greatly reducing mediation required in fulfilling resource sharing requests thereby reducing fulfillment time • Offers direct delivery to patrons at their homes, offices, etc.
Remote Circulation/What will it do for me? • Leverages the investments you’ve made in both OCLC and your local system by increasing interoperability between WorldCat Resource Sharing/ILLiad and your local system
Remote Circulation– things to note • Local systems must participate in development with OCLC • OCLC will configure Remote Circ on behalf of group services groups • OCLC will create simple configurability for individual libraries
Tentative timeline for Remote Circ Project • Pilot planned to begin by June • Pilot to last 6-8 months • Service expected to begin before end of 2006 • Look for more information from OCLC in the coming months about participating ILS vendors