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  1. Web Discovery and Millennium Integrating Millennium with Summon Helen Bronleigh Library Systems Coordinator

  2. Background • Implemented Summon in late 2010 • Shared Millennium database • Murdoch University • City of Rockingham • Challenger Institute (Rockingham and Peel) • Mandurah Senior College (Peel) • Warnbro Community High School • Dept of Food and Agriculture WA

  3. What to include? • Everything except DAFWA • Too difficult to separate out City of Rockingham and Mandurah SC items • Murdoch students and staff can request from these collections via Millennium • Difficulties associated with mapping DAFWA collections • DAFWA collections not accessible to students and staff via Millennium

  4. Data Mapping • Used bibliographic fixed fields where possible instead of MARC leader and control fields to specify content types rather than leader codes • Some tidying up of metadata was needed for certain content types, e.g.,microforms. • Series title

  5. Reserve and ereserve • ereserve items harvested and covered by content type facet Course Reading • reserve items harvested but not included in the Location facet. Reserve is not a bibliographic location • course records not harvested • Not possible to limit by a unit name • Separate unit (course) listings maintained

  6. Record display in Summon

  7. Facets and limits • Limit to items in the catalogue • Facets for content type, subject, publication date, library location, language • Additional local content specific facets • Author, genre, region, time period

  8. Resource records • Resource records are not harvested • Brief bibliographic records included for individual databases to enhance discovery • Recommender feature in Summon overcomes this to some extent

  9. Changes to workflows • Change to Bibliographic record deletion procedures • Records coded for deletion at each branch • Daily file of deleted and updated records sent to Serials Solutions • Records deleted from Millennium after load to Summon • Permission to delete restricted to limited number of staff

  10. ebooks • Should you include records for ebooks in the catalogue? • If titles are selected in the Summon knowledgebase, do you need catalogue records? • Duplication issues?

  11. ebooks • EBL titles • Catalogued (Vendor supplied records) • Not selected in Summon • Authentication requirements • Easier to manage demand driven purchasing • Other Purchased ebooks • Catalogued and selected in Summon • Free ebook collections • Not catalogued (mostly) • Selected in Summon

  12. Impact on Clients • Effect on WebPAC searches • Little change in overall number of searches • Fewer index searches, more record number searches • Feedback from clients • Some negative feedback on ability to find known items • Feedback from client services librarians • Like to be able to limit to just items in the catalogue