DDA Experiences with JSTOR e-Books

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DDA EXPERIENCES WITH JSTOR E-BOOKS
Amy Castillo
Tarleton State University
Tiffany LeMaistre
The University of Texas at Tyler
TARLETON STATE UNIVERSITY
DICK SMITH LIBRARY
TSU
• Stephenville, TX (main campus) with 2
satellite campuses in Fort Worth &
several online only programs
• FTE – 8,578
• Nearly 11,000 students enrolled
• Part of the Texas A&M system
Library
• 28 library staff
• 302,840 print books
• 123,360 e-books (including DDA
records)
UT TYLER, ROBERT R. MUNTZ LIBRARY
The University of Texas at Tyler
• UT System institution
• 7,000+ enrolled students
• 17:1 student-to-faculty ratio
Robert R. Muntz Library
• 10 librarians, 19.5 staff total
• 150,000+ print books
• 60,000+ e-books
PAST DDA EXPERIENCE
UT Tyler
• Began in 2013
• 2 UT System pilot
programs
• Elsevier
• Project Muse
• 1 local program with
EBL
Tarleton
•YBP DDA added in
2013 – eBrary, EBL &
Ebsco as vendors
• Wanted to explore
additional options for
DDA records & payment
methods
CHOOSING JSTOR
Benefits of DDA
Advantages of JSTOR DDA
BENEFITS OF DDA
• Collection development in the hands of users
• save time
• guarantee use
• Allows for subject specific insights
• grow new subject areas easily
• see usage by subject
• Increases access
• immediate electronic access to a large corpus
• vast and diverse collection available
• flexible collection
• Saves money
free browse periods
• high potential for cost avoidance
• low cost per use
•
ADVANTAGES OF JSTOR DDA
• The ability to have a deposit account
• University press publications
• No cost for usage until either 6 chapter
views or four chapter downloads
• Familiarity of the JSTOR platform
• Free holdings comparison
• Option to work through YBP
• Easy printing and downloading, DRM
free
• More options for social sciences &
humanities
Corpus Selection
IMPLEMENTATION
Implementation Timeline
Marketing Strategies
CORPUS SELECTION
UT Tyler
Tarleton
• Multi-user titles only
• Multi-user titles only
• Published 2009 or later
• Published 2010 or later
• No publisher restrictions
• Excluded certain publishers
• Cost less than $251
• No price cap set
TARLETON IMPLEMENTATION TIMELINE
Investigation
• Visit from JSTOR
Rep in Spring
2013
• Discussions
between library
directors on
whether to
pursue –
February 2014
• JSTOR
conference call –
late February
Ordering
• March 2014 Contacted
JSTOR and
Received
Paperwork
• April 2014 –
License
Negotiation &
DDA Corpus
Selection
• May 2014 –
Paid deposit
invoice
Implementation
• Books at JSTOR
Turned on –
May 2014
• MARC Records
Received from
OCLC – June
2014
• MARC Records
Loaded – June
2014
UT TYLER IMPLEMENTATION TIMELINE
Investigation
• 6/19/2012 –
First Inquiry with
JSTOR
• 9/25/2013 –
Visit from JSTOR
Rep
• 2/27/2014 –
Received Funding
Ordering
• 2/28/2014 Contacted JSTOR
and Received
Paperwork
• 3/2014 – License
Negotiation &
DDA Corpus
Selection
• 4/2/2014 –
Processed Invoice
Implementation
• 4/28/2014 Books at JSTOR
Turned On
• 5/1/2014 Welcome
Message
• 5/23/2014 –
MARC Records
Received
MARKETING STRATEGIES AT UT TYLER
MARKETING – TARLETON
• No formal plans as of yet to market
JSTOR ebooks specifically
• Titles currently available in our library
catalog & discovery system (EDS)
• Ebooks are promoted through our
Subject Guides
• Considering advertisement of
expanded access to Books at JSTOR and
not that they are DDA materials to avoid
targeted purchasing
LESSONS LEARNED
Good Things to Know
Successes
GOOD THINGS TO KNOW
• Balance notification – invoices sent
monthly if anything purchased, nothing
sent if no purchases
• Usage information can be found in the
JSTOR admin module under Usage
Statistics – Book downloads
• MARC Records - Sent through OCLC
Product Services Web
SUCCESSES
UT Tyler
• Administrators impressed
with the purchasing model
and potential savings
• Already seeing a lot of no
cost usage and a few
purchases
• Easier to manage and more
stable than other DDA
platforms we’ve worked with
Tarleton
• Deposit account
administered by JSTOR frees
up Acquisitions staff time.
•Very helpful customer
representative, Greg Bodkin,
who helped us at each step.
• Receive regular notices of
new JSTOR titles that fall
within our profile.
CITATIONS & CREDITS
Citations
“Fast Facts.” The University of Texas at Tyler | UT Tyler | News, Events, Admissions, Academics. The University of Texas at Tyler,
2001. Web. 21 July 2014. <http://www.uttyler.edu/about/facts.php>
Ferris, Kady, and Tina Herman Buck. “An Ethos of Access: How a Small Academic Library Transformed Its Collection-Building
Process.” Collection Management 39.2-3 (2014); 127-144. Web. 18 July 2014.
“How large is the library’s collection.” Ask a Librarian. The University of Texas at Tyler Robert R. Muntz Library, 2014. Web. 21
July 2014. <http://ask.library.uttyler.edu/a.php?qid=164053>
Swords, David A.. Patron-Driven Acquisitions: History and Best Practices. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2011. Ebook Library. Web. 08 Aug.
2013.
University of Texas System | Nine Universities. Six Health Institutions. Unlimited Possibilities. The University of Texas System, 2014.
Web. 21 July 2014. <http://www.utsystem.edu/>
Credits
Benefits of DDA Image - https://www.flickr.com/photos/melenita/9469185471/
JSTOR logo - http://about.jstor.org/sites/default/files/misc/jstor_logo_medium_0.gif
THANK YOU!
Amy Castillo
Tiffany LeMaistre
Tarleton State University
The University of Texas at Tyler
Periodicals & Electronic Resources
Librarian
Head of Electronic Resources &
Collection Management
254.968.9868
903.565.5614
[email protected]
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