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  1. Social Work Library and ReCAP:FY13 Update and Statistics Zack Lane ReCAP Coordinator July 2013 ReCAP Columbia University

  2. Data Available • Four basic categories of data • Accessions • Requests • Delivery • Circulation • Detailed information can be found at the ReCAP Data Center • Website now includes introductory presentations for all basic categories AND analysis ReCAP Columbia University

  3. Social Work CLIO Locations How CUL demarcates collections • off,swx : Social Work general collections(circ) CLIO Beta: CLIO Legacy: ReCAP Columbia University

  4. Accessions/Requests by CLIO Location • TOTAL : 41,359 / 11,008 (Request Rate 2.68%) • off,swx : 41,359 / 11,008 (2.68%) ReCAP Columbia University

  5. Accessions • View of Social Work Library accessions by fiscal year • Primary transfer projects was in 2003-2004 (?prior to transition to new Social Work building?) • Accessions since 2010 have involved further smart barcoding projects • Detailed information on project may be found on Social Work/ReCAP website ReCAP Columbia University

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  7. Request • Requests begin immediately after transfer • Monthly request volumes in phase with academic calendar • Data for lower-use collections is noisy • Staff processing requests are included ReCAP Columbia University

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  12. EDD (Electronic Document Delivery) • Volume of EDDs has risen sharply but fallen off recently • More EDDs are for monographs • System-wide trend has been downward • After a peak in FY06 the volume of Social Work EDDs has declined • Over the past four years the number of EDDs has leveled out ReCAP Columbia University

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  14. Delivery • Items physically delivered to Social Work Library circulation desk • Increasing volume of requests for other department’s collections • Requests for collections outpace deliveries to Social Work Circulation by more that 2 to 1 • Workload pushes to other departments, primarily Butler ReCAP Columbia University

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  18. Request Rate • Request rate is a measure of collection usage • It is the percentage of ReCAP collections requested during a twelve-month period • Provides staff one way to gauge overall use of offsite collections • Request rate is one factor used to structure ReCAP facility staffing model • Patron access to offsite collections is excellent: dynamic with few failures • Measured two ways: • Annual • Lifespan ReCAP Columbia University

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  20. More Data Available • More information and data can be found on the Social Work/ReCAP website • ReCAP Data Center includes more information about system-wide data and special projects • Tailored data sets and analysis will be provided to staff via the ReCAP Coordinator • Please see the main ReCAP website for general information about CUL procedures and systems ReCAP Columbia University