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  1. Re-Implementing ERM MENA-IUG 5th Annual Conference 1-2 November 2010

  2. What is it ?

  3. Record Structure

  4. What does it do ? – Back Office Inventory and describe electronic resources – names, descriptions, urls, usage info Store administrative and statistical links/usernames/passwords Track problems and changes Send renewal, trial end reminders Track orders & budget Statistics – download, generate reports

  5. What does it do - Public Displays Data can be used to create public interfaces OPAC Displays – resource, e-journals, e-books Encore Integration

  6. Principles Maintain a thing in one place – e.g. URL’s Re-use metadata rather than re-create it Consistency of presentation – names, subject groupings, etc. Make resource data broadly available to enable staff to work together Provide different paths – lists, searches, contextual documents (e.g. subject pages) for different users

  7. Initial Implementation

  8. Implementation Milestones Data model & implementation plan – 12/07 Resource, license, contact records – 12/07-01/08 Generation of web pages – 02/08 Tracking renewal dates and ticklers – 02/08 Generate/load e-journal records & coverage – 03/08 OPAC Displays public ready – 03/08

  9. Successes Description – uniform names and descriptions, links Linked records – eJournal MARC Administration – URL and password storage, remembering miscellany Renewals – more consistency Access improvements – OPAC searchable, database pages

  10. AUS Database Pages

  11. Problems Consistent Maintenance Record Quality eJournal/Coverage – need to delete every time Incomplete data for reports, e.g. Cost per Use

  12. More Implementation

  13. Implementation Milestones Begin order record creation – 09/08 Scanning, uploading, linking licenses – 09/08 First effort at incrementally loading e-journal records & coverage – 12/08

  14. Order Record Creation Fund Created Order Records Created Receiving - ticklers

  15. License Scanning Licenses Scanned Uploaded to internal web server Linked to License records

  16. Incremental Coverage/MARC Load I

  17. Getting Real

  18. Reality Hire ERM Librarian – 03/10 Reassess/reallocate staff responsibilities Revisit/improve existing procedures, practice and data model

  19. Activities Lots of checking, updating, verifying Example – Resource Type Update contacts and role delineation Continue scanning, uploading, linking licenses Continue order record creation, fund tracking

  20. Milestones WebBridge and Research Pro maintenance and updates – 04/10 Add records, links, holdings for public access databases – PubMed, Google Scholar, DOAJ – 05/10 Incremental Serials Holdings Load– 06/10

  21. Incremental Coverage/MARC Load II

  22. Journal Finder

  23. Encore

  24. Future Tasks

  25. Ongoing Revisit/improve existing procedures, practice and data model Continue scanning, uploading, linking licenses Update contacts and role delineation Continue order record creation, fund tracking Monitor WebBridge and Research Pro

  26. To Do Statistics importing, SUSHI setup Serials control integration – tracking electronic registration, miscellaneous titles, Serials Solutions, etc. EZProxy configuration generation Management Support – “The Spreadsheet” and “Periodicity”

  27. Conclusions ERM is not a static thing, it needs to be consistently maintained ERM Module needs an owner who uses it just like Cataloging or Circulation Implementation is more about your organization and procedures than the actual module

  28. Thank you Questions?

  29. Outline • Reality • Activities • Reality Milestones • Incremental Coverage II • Ongoing • To Do • Conclusions What is ? Record Structure What Does Staff ? What Does Public ? Principles Initial Milestones Successes Database Pages Initial Problems More Milestones Order Records License Scanning Incremental Coverage