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  1. Book Expo America eBook Experience May 30th to June 1st, 2003 – Los Angeles, CA Library Best Practices for eBook and Digital Materials Circulation

  2. Digital Libraries Today • Types of Libraries • Models • Usage • Interface • Business • Features • Vendors

  3. Types of Libraries • Public • Academic • K-12 • Higher Education • Research • Institutional • Corporate • Special • Consortia

  4. eLibrary Usage Models • Check out, Online reading • Check out, Offline reading (download) • Simultaneous Use, Online Reading • Browser-based Reading • Device/Reader Based Reading • Adobe Reader, Palm Reader, MS Reader • PC, Laptop, PDA, Dedicated Devices (RocketBook)

  5. eLibrary Business Models • Content Fees • One Patron, One Book • Similar to Existing Print Model • Usage Fees • Charges based on Actual Usage (e.g. Dialog) • Site License Fees • Based on Number of Patrons or Potential Patrons • Similar to Database Model (e.g. Gale, Ebsco, Proquest)

  6. eLibrary Features • ILS Integration • Authentication • Circulation • OPAC and MARC support • Patron Catalog Interface • Library Branded vs. Vendor Branded • Catalog of Titles • Focus/Strength on Specific Content Types • Individual Title Purchases vs. “Collection” Purchases • Open to titles from other suppliers • On-line Library Administration

  7. eLibrary Vendors Available Today • netLibrary • ebrary • OverDrive – Digital Library Reserve • Baker & Taylor – ED Coming Soon… • Follett

  8. netLibrary • Launched in 1998 • Most widely deployed eBook Library System • Now owned by OCLC • Checkout system • Read On-line • Purchase Pre-defined Collections of eBooks

  9. ebrary Overview • ebrary is a Database • Scholarly, professional & trade books, and other authoritative documents launched in late 2001 • Partnerships • Over 160 Publishers • Major library vendors (Bowker, SIRSI) • US: Regional networks and consortia • Worldwide: Book wholesalers and resellers (Blackwell’s)

  10. ebrary for Libraries • Never checked out, simultaneous access • Title and publisher growth: 20,000+ titles, 160 publishers now vs. 8,000 titles, 60 publishers in 2001 • Integration • ILS, MARC 21 records • Existing digital digital resources, InfoTools • Full-text search and browse • ICOLC compliant reporting • Online replica of printed book • Familiar population-based pricing model

  11. Powerful Research Tools Using PDF • ebrary InfoTools™ • Word level interaction • Links to ILS system • Linking w/databases and digital resources • library or web • Definitions, maps, biographies, translations • Navigation • Annotations, highlighting, bookmarks

  12. Extensive Title Catalog • NYT Best Sellers to University Presses and more • Library Branding • Library – Patron relationship reinforced • Eases and Encourages Patron Acceptance of eBooks • Integrated Solution • MARC Record for all eBooks • Authentication and Circulation integrated with ILS • Open System • Library develops eBook collection from a variety of sources • Librarian sets all Policies

  13. Custom eBook Website for your Library

  14. Baker & Taylor • An established partner Long-standing relationships with thousands of publishers • Knowledge of the library market Celebrating 175 years serving public, school and academic libraries • Print and digital integration The only supplier to deliver book, video, music, spoken word and eBook materials

  15. • The library’s branding Presents the eBook service to patrons as yours, not Baker & Taylor’s • An integrated solution Integrated into collection development, standing order, approval and other Baker & Taylor library services • Serving the patron High quality, easy to use patron interface supporting online and offline reading • Peace of mind The stability of a 175 year old library service partner

  16. •Link from Library’s Web Site to ED •Access ED via the Internet – Patron within library – Patron outside library (home, office, dormitory, etc.) •Search capability – Library’s eBook collection (within ED) – Search all or specified categories – Search metadata – Search full text, with results prioritized for relevancy •Browse / Preview the eBook •Checkout the eBook – Online or Offline (Download) •If all copies are checked out – View table of contents and select portions of text – Request e-mail notification when item becomes available

  17. •The library… –Sets checkout terms –Assigns patron types –Assigns eBook types –Sets terms by Patron / eBook type –Blocks specific patrons if needed

  18. Follett • Follett Library Resources (FLR) will be selling eBooks to k-12 Libraries later this year • Book Wholesalers, Inc. (BWI) will be selling eBooks to public libraries later this year • Follett handles eBooks just like print books except without any boxes • The library will select and order eBooks just like they do with print books • Supply the MARC record for every title we sell • Patrons will search and select eBooks through the OPAC just like they do with print books

  19. For more information Library Special Interest Group www.openebook.org/oebf_groups/library.htm www.openebook.org/pressroom/pressreleases/librarysig.htm Nick Bogaty nbogaty@openebook.org