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Electronic resource management in libraries : research and practice

Author: Holly Yu; Scott Breivold
Publisher: Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, ©2008.
Series: Gale virtual reference library.
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"This book provides comprehensive coverage of the issues, methods, theories, and challenges connected with the provision of electronic resources in libraries, with emphasis on strategic planning, operational guidelines, and practices. Its primary focus is management practices of the life-cycle of commercially acquired electronic resources from selection and ordering to cataloging, Web presentation, user support,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Electronic resource management in libraries.
Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, c2008
(DLC) 2007036853
(OCoLC)173243730
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Holly Yu; Scott Breivold
ISBN: 9781599048925 1599048922 1599048914 9781599048918
OCLC Number: 216931957
Notes: "Premier reference source"--Cover.
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 416 p.) : ill.
Contents: History of electronic resources / Dalene Hawthorne --
Strategic planning for electronic resource management / Melissa Holmberg, Bobby Bothmann --
Electronic usage statistics / Pat Hults --
Selecting, acquiring, and renewing electronic resources / Smita Joshipura --
Sharing the albatross of e-resources management workflow / Jodi Poe ... [et al.] --
Process mapping for electronic resources : a lesson from business models / Marianne Afifi --
Evolving roles for electronic resource librarians / Debra Engel, Sarah Robbins --
Evolution of license content / Trisha L. Davis, Celeste Feather --
Copyright implications for electronic resources / Aline Soules, Donna L. Ferullo --
Tactics and terms in the negotiation of electronic resource licenses / Kincaid C. Brown --
Working with database and e-journal vendors to ensure quality for end users / Heather Christenson, Sherry Willhite --
One-stop shopping for journal holdings / Janet Crum --
Beyond openURL : technologies for linking library resources / George Boston, Randle J. Gedeon --
Authentication and access management of electronic resources / Juan Carlos Rodriguez, Bin Zhang --
Using consistent naming conventions for library electronic resources / Diana Kichuk --
Standards, the structural underpinnings of electronic resource management systems / Ted Koppel --
Challenges and potentials of electronic resource management / Yvonne Wei Zhang --
Panorama of electronic resource management systems / Margaret Hogarth, Viki Bloom --
Impact of locally developed electronic resource management systems / Marie R. Kennedy --
Future of electronic resource management systems : inside and out / Ted Fons --
In the eye of the storm : ERM systems guiding libraries' future / Ted Koppel.
Series Title: Gale virtual reference library.
Responsibility: Holly Yu, Scott Breivold [editors].

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Provides coverage of the issues, methods, theories, and challenges connected with the provision of electronic resources in libraries, with an emphasis on strategic planning, operational guidelines,  Read more...

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by dlenares (WorldCat user on 2008-08-27)

Table of Contents: Section I: Historic Overview, Strategic Planning, and Usage Statistics Chapter I: History of Electronic Resources. Dalene Hawthorne, Emporia State University, USA Chapter II: Strategic Planning for Electronic Resource Management. Melissa Holmberg, Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA Bobby Bothmann, Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA Chapter III: Electronic Usage Statistics. Pat Hults, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA Section II: Workflow Management and Competencies of Electronic Resource Librarians. Chapter IV: Selecting, Acquiring, and Renewing Electronic Resources. Smita Joshipura, Arizona State University, USA Chapter V: Sharing the Albatross of E-Resources Management Workflow. Jodi Poe, Jacksonville State University, USA Mary Bevis, Jacksonville State University, USA John-Bauer Graham, Jacksonville State University, USA Bethany Latham, Jacksonville State University, USA Kimberly W. Stevens, Jacksonville State University, USA Chapter VI: Process Mapping for Electronic Resources: A Lesson from Business Models. Marianne Afifi, California State University, Northridge, USA Chapter VII: Evolving Roles for Electronic Resource Librarians. Debra Engel, University of Oklahoma, USA Sarah Robbins, University of Oklahoma, USA Section III: Copyright and Licensing Chapter VIII: The Evolution of License Content. Trisha L. Davis, The Ohio State University, USA Celeste Feather, The Ohio State University, USA Chapter IX: Copyright Implications for Electronic Resources. Aline Soules, California State University, East Bay, USA Donna L. Ferullo, Purdue University, USA Chapter X: Tactics and Terms in the Negotiation of Electronic Resource Licenses. Kincaid C. Brown, University of Michigan, USA Section IV: Working with Electronic Resources Chapter XI: Working with Database and E-Journal Vendors to Ensure Quality for End Users. Heather Christenson, California Digital Library, USA Sherry Willhite, California Digital Library, USA Chapter XII: One-Stop Shopping for Journal Holdings. Janet Crum, Oregon Health & Science University, USA Chapter XIII: Beyond OpenURL: Technologies for Linking Library Resources. George Boston, Western Michigan University, USA Randle J. Gedeon, Western Michigan University, USA Chapter XIV: Authentication and Access Management of Electronic Resources. Juan Carlos Rodriguez, California State University, Sacramento, USA Bin Zhang, California State University, Sacramento, USA Chapter XV: Using Consistent Naming Conventions for Library Electronic Resources. Diana Kichuk, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Section V: Electronic Resource Management Systems (ERMS) Chapter XVI: Standards, the Structural Underpinnings of Electronic Resource Management Systems. Ted Koppel, ExLibris Inc., USA Chapter XVII: Challenges and Potentials of Electronic Resource Management Yvonne Wei Zhang, California State University, Pomona, USA Chapter XVIII: Panorama of Electronic Resource Management Systems Margaret Hogarth, University of California, Riverside, USA Vicki Bloom, University of California, Riverside, USA Chapter XIX: The Impact of Locally Developed Electronic Resource Management Systems Marie R. Kennedy, University of Southern California, USA Chapter XX: The Future of Electronic Resource Management Systems: Inside and Out Ted Fons, Innovative Interfaces Inc., USA Chapter XXI: In the Eye of the Storm: ERM Systems Guiding Libraries’ Future Ted Koppel, ExLibris Inc., USA

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