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Title Electronic resource management : practical perspectives in a new technical services model / Anne C. Elguindi and Kari Schmidt.
Imprint Oxford : Chandos, 2012.

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Description 1 online resource (xxiv, 203 pages)
Series Chandos information professional series
Chandos information professional series.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
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Subject Libraries -- Special collections -- Electronic information resources.
Digital libraries -- Management.
Electronic information resources -- Management.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Emerging technical services models in the context of the past -- Changes felt throughout technical services -- From ownership to access -- Blurring technical and public services -- Automation as a trigger for downsizing -- Lost opportunities -- Organizational change as a mark of innovation -- The first wave: accommodating electronic resources in a print-centric structure -- The second wave: reorganizing to support the growth of electronic resources -- Beginnings of the third wave: holistic electronic resource management -- Learning from library automation -- The role of sharing -- The third wave: new organizational models -- Preparing for the third wave -- Case studies -- References -- Electronic resource management: staffing and workflow -- Serials librarianship shifts electronic -- Electronic resource librarians: the public face of technical services -- Workflow models: distribution or centralization -- Defining electronic resource management and the role of new systems -- Beyond electronic resource management -- The present state of staffing -- Conclusion -- Case studies -- References -- Electronic resource management systems: implementation and transformation -- ERMS development triggered by the Digital Library Federation -- ERMS implementations -- Challenges -- The standards problem -- A new paradigm: resource management -- Resource management in the cloud -- Applying resource management to academic libraries -- Resource management as a catalyst for change within libraries -- Conclusion -- Case studies -- References -- Discovery systems, layers and tools, and the role of the electronic resource librarian -- The evolution of the language of discovery -- The OPAC -- Catalog overlays -- Federated searching -- Web-scale discovery -- Themes of future development -- The role of technical services -- Discovery in a broader context -- Case studies -- References -- Academic library consortia and the evolving role of electronic resources and technology -- A brief history -- Buying together = saving money together -- Usage statistics -- Information technology and consortia -- Electronic resource management -- Sharing expertise -- Speaking together for greater influence -- Predictions on future trends -- Conclusion -- Case studies -- References -- Conclusion: e-books and the future of technical services -- Defining the e-book -- E-readers -- E-book aggregators -- Publisher-direct e-books -- User preference -- E-books as a different reading experience -- E-books in the academic environment -- Digital rights management -- The e-book acquisitions workflow and its placement within technical services -- The effect on the library as a whole -- Conclusion -- References.
Summary A significant shift is taking place in libraries, with the purchase of e-resources accounting for the bulk of materials spending. Electronic Resource Management makes the case that technical services workflows need to make a corresponding shift toward e-centric models and highlights the increasing variety of e-formats that are forcing new developments in the field.
Other Author Schmidt, Kari, 1973-
Other Title Print version: Elguindi, Anne C. Electronic resource management 9781843346685