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Permanent access to electronic journals. Hans Jansen National Library of the Netherlands (Koninklijke Bibliotheek). This presentation. Technical challenge Organisational challenge Development e-Depot / KB Agreements with publishers. Questions . Librarians:

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permanent access to electronic journals

Permanent access to electronic journals

Hans Jansen

National Library of the Netherlands

(Koninklijke Bibliotheek)

this presentation
Permanent accessThis presentation
  • Technical challenge
  • Organisational challenge
  • Development e-Depot / KB
  • Agreements with publishers
questions
Permanent accessQuestions

Librarians:

permanent access after licensing?

publisher out of business?

Authors:

everlasting availability?

no unauthorised alteration?

Publishers:

guaranteed permanent access?

technical challenge
Permanent accessTechnical challenge

Problem:

Changes of formats, software and hardware

Preservation approaches:

Change the object: migration

Change the environment: emulation

organisational challenge
Permanent accessOrganisational challenge

Problem:

International scientific publications have no native country, no guardian

Preservation approaches:

  • (C)LOCKSS
  • Portico
  • Safe Places
organisational challenge 2
Permanent accessOrganisational challenge (2)

Safe Places model:

  • small number of permanent archives around the globe
  • permanent commitment
  • structural funding
  • research & development commitment
development e depot
Permanent accessDevelopment e-Depot
  • 1994 inclusion of electronic documents in deposit collection
  • 1995-1999 pilot projects
  • 1998-2001 EC-NEDLIB project
  • 1999 Request for Information / Call for Tender
  • 2000 contract IBM for joint development
  • 2002 delivery of system (DIAS)
  • 2003 operational e-Depot system
agreements with publishers
Permanent accessAgreements with publishers

Two types:

  • general agreement with Dutch publishers organisation NUV (rev. 1999)
  • archiving agreements with international publishers:
      • Elsevier Science (2002), Kluwer Academic (‘03)
      • BioMed Central
      • Blackwell Publishing, Oxford University Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Sage, Springer, …
agreements with publishers1
Permanent accessAgreements with publishers

Conditions:

  • deposit free of charge
  • restrictions on access
    • on-site access
    • interlibrary loan
  • guarantee to licensees
figures
Permanent accessFigures

April 2006:

  • M6,1 articles from 3,000 journals loaded (6 Tb)
  • M3 to go from existing agreements (3,500 journals)
  • annual increase 400,000 articles
  • load capacity up to 40,000 per day
business model
Permanent accessBusiness model

KB pays for development & maintenance of the e-Depot

Publishers pay for supply of journals

KB guarantees permanent access

Publishers & customers profit

Publishers & customers pay?

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