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Heidi K.Jensen
Key Account Manager
Why Dawson Books?
• Dedicated on-going support of your account
• At the forefront of technical innovation in partnership with libraries
• One source for all your content needs, regardless of format
• Market leading supply times
• People who genuinely care about you
Why dawsonera?
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More than 240,000 ebooks… and growing!
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Over 450 publishing partners
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Fully integrated ‘print’ and ‘ebook’ acquisitions
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Order via existing workflows ‘dawsonenter’, ‘EDI’ etc..
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Order confirmations and direct URL links within 6 hours and instant
access with PDA. You “design your own platform” – Admin/Reader
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OPAC ready MARC records AACR level II (Inc. 856 tag)
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Link to ebooks at page, chapter and title level OPAC/VLE/MLE course packs!
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COUNTER usage reports
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Integration with link resolvers, federated search and content discovery
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Authentication via IP, Shibboleth, Athens, EZproxy, CGI or Username
and Password
Example of a Reader Portal welcome page.
Example of Reader portal e-book collection
Example of Admin portal – where you manage your account
Example of how the reader portal could look
Total Book Management
One source for all your content…
Order
eBooks using
the same
workflow
Titles
available
immediately
in OPAC
Integration
with Library
Management
System
Books/eBooks & AV Material:
• Covered
Outsource
solution
• Labelled
• RFID inserted
• RFID programmed
Key
Benefits
Significant
cost savings
to library
budget
• Security tagged
• Barcodes
• Ownership stamps
• MARC records – AACR2
• Customised spine labels
Books reach
end-user
faster
No
cataloguing
backlog
• Reclassification projects
Acquisition & Online Management Portal
• Quick and easy search of 16.8 million
titles of print, ebooks and AV material
• Integration with our ebook platform,
dawsonera
• Filtered search results to identify the most
relevant content
• Online ‘track and trace’ information for
order delivery
• Simple, powerful new title alerting service
based on Dewey 22
• Real time management information
• Mapping of library acquisition, replicating
preferences to model workflows
• Proposals, vendor loaders and EDI
ordering
eBook Business Models
Perpetual Access Model
• Build a tailored collection of ebooks
Rental model
• No minimum order
• No platform fees
• No annual subscription
Patron driven acquisition
• Reader and Admin portal
• Publisher’s list price
• 325 to 400 Access Credits per year
• 1 Credit = 24 hour access period
per user
• Credits renew annually - no
additional cost
Tailored subject collections
eCommerce –
rentals for end users
Perpetual Access
• Flexible model – meets peaks and troughs of usage across the academic year
• Only 1.4% second copy purchase
• Sustainable business model
Patron Driven Acquisition
Benefits
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Real-time access to content not owned by the library
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Create a ‘profile selection’ or make 240,000 ebooks visible
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Allocate funds per dewey numbers to control purchases
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Automatic warning when credit limits are reached
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Option to upload MARC files to library catalogue
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Free MARC records
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Demand/usage based model - just in time instead of just in
case!
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Deliver the content end-users want, when they need it
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Only pay for titles that your end-users actually use
Patron Driven Acquisition
4 models/triggers that are inter-operable and allow the customer flexibility to build
a model that best suits their needs, whilst protecting the budget. Underpinned by
PDA reporting which clearly demonstrates ROI.
• (x) Suggestions for purchase
• (x) 5 minute previews, or reading for more than 5 minutes
• (x) Rentals
Download (10.87MB)
Read Online
Remove Favourite
Rental Model
User A rents title
User B hits “request rental” to trigger
Administrators can set up:
• Rental budget limit
• Individual rental price limit
• Auto-purchase price limit
• Max rental period – 1,2 or 3 weeks
• No. of rentals before auto-purchase
Auto-purchase
5 Minute Preview Models
User A previews title
User B previews title again to trigger
Auto-purchase
OR after the 5 minute preview has finished, the user
will be asked if they wish to continue reading. Clicking
“yes” will trigger a purchase
5 Minute Previews
5 Min Preview
• Reader is given
access to the
entire title
• Max price can
be set for autopurchases
Another example of a text
Suggest for Purchase Model
User A suggests a title for purchase
User B selects the same title to trigger
Administrators can set up:
• Auto-purchase price limit
• No. of suggestions before auto-purchase
• Report of all suggestions available in
the Admin Portal
Auto-purchase
Suggest for Purchase Model
Setting up PDA
• Marc records are loaded into the Library catalogue - 856 tags included
• Records can be filtered by DDC, publisher, language, readership level and
place of publication and mirrored to the platform to ensure the available
collection is exactly what you want
• Titles can be suppressed by DDC and publisher in the Admin Portal
• Over 240,000 titles to choose from
• Funds per dewey number to ensure individual budgets per subject
Case Study
A recent PDA trial at the University of Huddersfield concluded that:
Non-PDA titles are
almost twice as likely to
have not been viewed
as PDA titles
PDA titles are twice as likely to
have above average viewing
stats than non-PDA titles
Direct Access Via Library Catalogue/VLE
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Table of Contents
Add Notes
Full Text Search within the PDF
Print 20% & Copy 10%
Export to Citation Manager
Read Aloud
eCommerce – For Students/End Users
Content Discovery
Live
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Coming Soon!
Serial Solutions – Knowledge
Works, 360 & Summon
Bowker – Syndetics
ExLibris – SFX, Metalib &
Primo Central
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WorldCat
Talis Aspire
Google
Ebsco Host
Aquabrowser
Dawson can provide metadata for all
dawsonera titles
Subject Coverage
Computer science, information & general works
Philosophy & psychology
Religion
Social sciences
Language
Science
Technology
Arts & recreation
Literature
History & geography
Publication Date
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
Popular Publishers
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Taylor & Francis
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Jessica Kingsley
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Pearson
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Butterworth Heinemann
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Open University Press
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Learning Matters
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Sage
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Channel View
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Wiley
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Hodder Education
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Elsevier 15,000 titles
unlimited access
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Cambridge University Press
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O’Reilly DRM Free!
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McGraw-Hill
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Nelson Thornes
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Palgrave
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Cengage
New Title Alerts & Title Matching
New title alerting when…
• An ebook is added to the platform
• An ebook is superseded by a new edition
• We add the 'e' version of any printed title you have purchased
Title match reports
• Print book purchases
• Subject set: short loan collection or reading list
• Dewey classification or range
Collection Development
Be Savvy
• New title alerts by subject
profile
• Review your usage
reports/profiles to ensure ROI
• Subject base title
matching/profiling
• Usage correlation to degree
results?
• Title matching on historical
print purchases
• Monitor student
recommendations
• Title matching of OPAC
export/Short loan collections
or Reading lists
• Review ‘bundled’ content quality over quantity
• Publisher/title requests
• Look at Demand Driven
Acquisition
New Development For 2013
Reader Portal
Redesign
New
Reader
Device
Compatibility
New Development For 2013
Open Access
Users will soon be able to discover dawsonera titles via Google without
having to login first.
Reader Portal Redesign
A complete new design and refreshed look
Faceted Catalogue
A faceted search by subject areas
Device Compatibility
Ability to download and read online with the most popular devices such as
iPhone, Android devices and Sony eReader
Why dawsonera?
• Over 240,000 e-books, from 450 publisher imprints
• Publishers’ list price
• Leading business models – multiple concurrent access at no extra
cost, no subscription fee nor platform fee, no minimum orders – you
only pay when you buy, meaning free access to the huge database!
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You own the titles you purchase – we host them
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At the forefront of technical innovation in partnership with libraries
• People who genuinely care about you and will offer the best service
Tak for Jeres tid!
Heidi K. Jensen
Key Account Manager

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