scholarly social work journal from a feminist point of view – (Currently available via CUNY holdings) • eMarketer – Covers digital marke0ng, media, and commerce by collec0ng thousands of sources and puTng them into context – (Currently available via CUNY holdings) • Films on Demand – Streaming videos on academic, voca0onal, and life-‐skills topics. – (Not available via CUNY holdings)
Renewal) Renewal Product review Impending expira0on Product deaccession or new provider Not Renewing Receive feedback from stakeholders Determine reasons for not renewing Write up “no” response No0fy vendor Renewing New Product Obtain Trial Nego0ate trial license Nego0ate trial length Technical feasibility Nego0ate copyright Supply vendor with IP blocks Add resource to ERM/Catalog No0fy stakeholders / liaisons Workﬂows are ﬂexible and dependent on the organiza0on.
product being oﬀered from the vendor and cross reference similar/ exis0ng items in the CUNY system • Determine products oﬀerings (are they similar holdings available and if yes, how can this item supplement exis0ng holdings; if no, how can this holding enhance the collec0on) • Also consider if the product is available by more than one provider? Part of a bundled package? Can be part of a bundled package, and includes what other 0tles? Benchmarks of exis0ng similar 0tles/databases?
to go forward with the eResource, obtain a trials • No0fy stakeholders of the trial and for how long; request that stakeholders no0fy appropriate departments • Nego0ate trial license • Nego0ate trial length • Discuss copyright • Discuss technical feasibility i.e. will integrate with ERM • Supply vendor with IP alloca0on block • Add eResource to catalog and ERM during public trial
• Receive feedback from stakeholders and departments • Write up “no” decision for reasons for not obtaining the product • Inform the vendor of decision • Start deaccession process Yes – Obtaining product • Receive feedback from stakeholders and departments • Consider business issues such as price, embargo, copyright, reliability, archiving, technical feasance, perpetual access • Write up “yes” decision for obtaining product • Inform vendor of the decision
– Contact catalogers for full implementa0on into the catalog • Plan technical implementa0on – Receive ac0va0on info from vendor – Ac0vate install product – Customize interface – Fully integrate into ERM – Update ﬂat ﬁle
for new product – Disseminate to library websites, social media – Create signage in library, ﬂiers – Instruc0on guides for stakeholders and departments – Update ﬂat ﬁles • Review monthly data stats and vendor benchmarks • Yearly product maintenance
• Receive feedback from stakeholders and aﬃliated departments • Determine reason for not renewing, including product expira0on, provider removal, cost, or poor data stats • Write up “no, not renewing” process • Inform vendor not renewing • Start deaccession process Yes – Are renewing • Receive feedback from stakeholders and aﬃliated departments • Discuss business issues such as price, embargo, copyright, reliability, archiving, technical feasance, perpetual access • Nego0ate license and subscrip0on informa0on as needed
more than clicks per journal; can also be specialty item – Update chief librarian and stakeholders of usage • Tracking vendor feasibility (technical issues, costs, implementa0on) • Tracking licenses • Tracking renewals
refers to librarians, faculty, and anyone with a vested interest in the products • “Technical feasance” can refer to the following such as capture of usage sta0s0cs, troubleshoo0ng and resolving problems, rou0ne product changes from the vendor, revisions to public documenta0on
as “Implement into ERM, no0fy catalogers, update ﬂat ﬁles” can occur at various points in the process • Technical implementa0on may have already occurred during the trial process depending on vendor interface and trial set-‐up