Spain Country Report - HEAL-Link

Report
11th SELL Meeting
Oporto, Portugal 3-4 june 2011
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Spanish players at
Consortia game
Activities
Main agreements
Steps so far
Spanish scenario
Challenges ahead
CBUC overview
CSIC Library overview
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Different teams- the same ground
• Formal consortia (CBUC,CBUA,BUGALICIA,MADROÑO,BUCLE)
• Purchase Groups (G9,CCCL)
• Institutions as a consortia (CSIC)
• REBIUN Spanish Universities Network
• FECYT (Spanish Science Foundation)
Funds
• 60/80% from autonoums governments
• % from members
Permanent offices and satff vs. rolling management
Mainly univerisities and scientific libraries
Exists since 1996-till 2001, now more than 10 years old!
>experience
Lack of a national stratetgy, no good governance within FECYT
and regional consortia
 Drive
union catalogs
 metasearch+link solvers tools
 Licensing e-products (e-journals+e-books)
 Training members activities
 OA activities: “green way” IR
 Other library services: ILL,Storage facilities
 Trends:
• Looking for “discovery tools”
• Digitization
 Mantain
contact-Act together
• Meet twice a year (at least)
• Share information (numbers and figures).It took
so long!
• Establish common goals yearly (1 or 2)
• Try to speech as one “voice”
 Consortia
initiatives (2010-2011):
• ELSEVIER coordinated negotiation for 3 Spanish consortia
(oters follow)
 reduction on %increase from 5,5% to 1,5-2% (e-books links)
• Looking at:
 a new-extended WILEY-BLACKWELL agreement
 Some Spanish consortia had huge problems with re-negotiating Wiley
licenses
 New Refworks extended license
• Boletin ANBAD LX 2010, núm.3 Julio/Sept 2010
 Full dedicated to Spanish consortia. Each consortia has an article.
Joint iniaitives involving both FECYT and consortia:
 ISI Web of Knowledge
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The only Spanish national license (2004-)
Fully paid by FECYT till 2009
Co-payed since 2010
Less contents (CC,Derwent Patents, less coverage…)
 VAT report
 On behalf of Spanish library consortia: what is their fiscal “personality”?
 consortia have to invoice their members (for services)
 both consortia and members can then ask for VAT devolution
 Follow up (?)
 OA activities
 RECOLECTA harvester
 Working groups-closed (statistics,Q&A,Author unique ID…etc)
 OA Spain situation Report published by FECYT
(http://oaseminar.fecyt.es/Publico/report/index.aspx)
 Sherpa portal translated into spanish
 SCOUPS
national license 2011-2013
 With some finacial support from 2011/2013 (7%-22%)
• 2010 (2011 deals)
 Government funding and salaries reduced (5% ~)
 Higher VAT (1618%)
 Euro and Pounds weaker than before
 Budget restrictions 5%-10%
 Cancelations: mainly bbdd
• 2011 (2012 deals)
 Less investment in Science ( -o,8/-1,7) after 14 years
 More cuts (10 %)
 “big deals” agreements should be revisited
 Consortia (libraries) will loose content
 E-journals agreements depend on e-books purchase
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Till when economic cuts? when we’ll recover?
How to negotiate with publishers with top susbcriptions celing
reached?
No space left for possible cancelation without touching “nuclear”
collections
• No print to cancel then e-content should be canceled
Now is time for “Post access” cancellation clauses
OA policies progress- Alhambra declaration follow up
2012 Presiential ballot
• Government- Ministry changes
 Uncertanity
 We
approved ‘normal’ budgets in 2010
 In Feb 2011 the Catalan Govern decided to cut
public budgets in a 10%
 This does not affect too much our licensing
ability (we only have a 14% of central money)
 But, universities are financed in a 70% for the
administration, and the biggest have important
deficit
 So, some CBUC members could not to pay ion
2011 the fees already approved
 We are planning to cut a 10% (1M€) our
licensing power
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Increase the Spanish coordination between consortia
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Explain the situation to providers and ask them for a
minus 5% in 2011 bills
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Revise and explain to CBUC members how the big
deals work
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Ask members to value the products and services and
put it on order (from the most loved to the less)
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Try to define different levels in our digital library (what
core collection could be)
Try to explain to the stakeholders how valuable big
deals are for them (84% of citations of Catalan
researchers came form CBUC licensed content)
 Introducing
consortial borrowing
 Reinforcing
our repositories
 Using
Primo User Interface to access the
licensed content
 Amplifying
the number of libraries that
work with us
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76 physical libraries
211 staff
38.600 m2
95.700 lineal m.
1.747 seats
14.144 registered users
4.500 FTE
Tools in use:
ALEPH,METALI´B-SFX
DSPACE
GOOBI
RFID systems
EndNote+Refworks
Looking for Discovery Tool
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1.658.578 book print titles
67.288 print journal
collections (14.073 live)
50.000 archival item
materials
71.000 authority items
2.270.000 OPAC seraches
53.600 loans
49.401 ILL transactions
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 212.000
e-book titles
 8.687 e-journals titles
 33 databases
 4.113.735 seraches on eitems
 2.667.328 FT downloads
 Publishers we deal with:
• ELSEVIER,SPRINGER,WILEY-
BLACKWELL, OUP, CUP,
ACS,AGU,AIP,ASM,AR,BIOMEDC
ENTRAL,WG,IOP,JSTOR,MUSE,N
PG,MAL,PNAS,RSC,SCIENCE,CH
UP,BRILL,EMERALD,T&F
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33.300 items on CSIC IR
DIGITAL.CSIC
1.807.249 visits x year
2.613.676 downloads x year
One of the most important
scientific IR in Spain
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 9,7
M € for scientific
information
 4,9
M € for staff
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321.000 € books
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8.801521 € serials
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438.287 € ddbb
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155.825 € other
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