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From DBA to EBA: A Five-year Story from a Consortium Shared E-Book Collection Program (2016)

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From DBA to EBA: A Five-year Story from a Consortium Shared E-Book Collection Program (2016)

  1. 1. From DDA to EBA A Five-year Story from a Consor6um Shared E-Book Collec6on Program 2016 Kristi DeShazo Oregon Health & Science University Kathi Carlisle Fountain Orbis Cascade Alliance Jim Huenniger Wiley
  2. 2. 39 academic libraries in ID, OR, & WA •  7 community colleges •  17 private 4-year colleges •  14 public 4-year colleges (lg & sm) •  1 health sciences insFtuFon •  Total FTE: 270,000 •  Funded by membership dues The Orbis Cascade Alliance
  3. 3. E-books @ the Alliance Models Demand Driven Acq (DDA) - Phases 1, 2, 3 •  July 2011 - present •  EBL as book vendor •  YBP as profiler Subscrip<on Package - Phases 2, 3 •  September 2014 - present •  Ebrary Academic Complete Evidence-based Acq (EBA) - Phase 3 •  May 2016 – present •  Wiley Budget •  FY 2012 - $462K •  FY 2013 - $750K •  FY 2014 - $1M •  FY 2015 - $1M •  FY 2016 - $1M •  FY 2017 - $1M
  4. 4. Key Data about Alliance E-books •  Most used publishers: -  Wiley -  Taylor and Francis -  Cambridge University Press -  Oxford University Press -  University of California Cost per Use: DDA in FY12-FY16 Year Cost per Owned Use Cost per All Uses FY2012 $9.55 $4.93 FY2013 $5.13 $4.18 FY2014 $5.83 $4.64 FY2015 $2.31 $4.24 FY2016 $3.63 $4.31H, P, R, T ½ of all DDA use B, D, H, K, L, T Used by all
  5. 5. Key Challenges in FY2015 • Short Term Loans • High Access Costs Title Pool FluctuationFront List Embargoes
  6. 6. Back to the beginning - project goals ●  Build a broadly useful collection ●  Diversify publisher list ●  Improve cost stability and predictability ●  Improve percentage of budget devoted to purchase ●  Reduce barriers to access (e.g., DRM-free content, ADA compliance, easy to use interface) ●  Minimize impact of fluctuating title pool Image source: http://tinyurl.com/hpzz9jh
  7. 7. Review ●  Rubric of 20 desired facets / criteria ●  Proposals solicited from publishers identified in survey of consortia ●  Needed more feedback – Open Call Image source: http://tinyurl.com/jvczzfa
  8. 8. Tell me what you want . . . ●  Goals reminder ●  Assumptions or limitations of changes ●  What is EBA ●  Options ●  Discuss
  9. 9. Usage Based Collection Management (UBCM) Model
  10. 10. Usage-Based Collection Management An evidence-based acquisition approach, without automatic purchase triggers ü  Discoverability ü  Affordability ü  Stability ü  Control Patrons act, You decide
  11. 11. Deposit an upfront fee for access to 19,000+ online books across a diverse span of subject areas. Access Wiley’s full Online Books catalogue including all Frontfile books, for 12 month discovery/access period. Users have access to DRM-free chapter downloads to keep/ save. Unlimited concurrent user access, with 24/7 accessibility. At the end of the discovery period, evaluate title level / subject focused usage statistics to help guide the book selections for purchase equal to the upfront fee. Perpetual access rights to selected / “owned” titles. How does it work?
  12. 12. Why is it Unique? ü  Allows library to present larger set of titles for discovery than would otherwise be possible. ü  Subject-focused collections available to accommodate all budget ranges. ü  Searchable via discovery platforms, with MARC records supplied to your institution’s library to make discoverability even more efficient. ü  Informs and empowers the Librarian’ title selection process. ü  Librarians determine purchases based on patron activity. No title is automatically triggered for purchase. No Automatic Triggers
  13. 13. Setting up UBCM for Success Easy to navigate quarterly dashboard reporting enables better usage contextualization Monthly updates Customized marketing materials to help promote your resources.
  14. 14. Why Wiley? •  Low-risk for experiment •  History of consistent use •  Fixed cost •  Lots of titles! E-Book User Sessions by Publisher: Top 5 in FY16 EBL DDA ebrary's Academic Complete Publisher Total Publisher Total Wiley 75,869 Wiley 46,705 Taylor & Francis 45,234 Oxford UP 28,270 Oxford UP 18,761 Taylor & Francis 21,209 Cambridge UP 15,824 U of California Press 19,469 U of California Press 7,064 U of Minnesota Press 7,899 McFarland & Co. 3,452 Cambridge UP 7,579
  15. 15. Early indicators January February March April May June July August Septembe r October November December 2015 740 850 1196 1965 1122 554 618 586 843 872 1116 756 2016 1270 1175 1143 1521 7999 9373 9654 12184 26674 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Full Text Downloads Month Alliance Usage by Month by Year •  Note: Metrics in this report reflect full text downloads from Wiley Online Library for UBCM Period To Date
  16. 16. Early indicators January February March April May June July August Septembe r October November December 2015 26 30 73 115 24 48 41 60 104 61 73 26 2016 48 44 84 32 228 226 496 432 1135 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Full Text Downloads Month OHSU Usage by Month by Year Note: Metrics in this report reflect full text downloads from Wiley Online Library for UBCM Period To Date
  17. 17. Early indicators 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 Engineering Life Sciences Humanities Chemistry Math & Stat Social Sciences Health Sciences Business Veterinary Medicine Popular Interest Physics Alliance Total Full Text Downloads - UBCM Period - By Subject Collection
  18. 18. What’s next? ●  Assessment ●  Title selection
  19. 19. Questions and Discussion

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