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Managing electronic reserves
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Chicago : American Library Association, 2002.
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ix, 196 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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E-Kitap 1382875-1001 Z692 .R47 M36 2002 ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu

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"Libraries and librarians have pursued electronic reserves because it is a fast, convenient, flexible, and powerful way to meet the informational needs of students and faculty."--from the Introduction

Most academic and many public libraries today have an electronic reserves system because it provides quick, controlled, and efficient digital access to class materials, reference works, and selected resources. In this new guide, Jeff Rosedale, along with a group of digital library experts, will get you up to speed on creating and managing a top-notch electronic reserve program in your library. Packed with practical information, Managing Electronic Reserves covers the gamut of issues including:

The basics (in Q&A format) of starting up and maintaining electronic reserves Effective staffing Selection criteria for hardware, software, and vendor vs. "home-grown" decisions Evaluation of your system once it's up and running Copyright in the digital library The future of electronic reserves

A must-have reference for anyone in the position of managing an electronic reserves desk, this book helps decision-makers take their systems to the next level, using technology to leverage information and meet the expectations of an audience with 24/7 access expectations.

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Jeff Rosedale founded the ACRL electronic reserves discussion group in 1996. Rosedale is assistant library director at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York
Pascal V. Calarco is currently interim head of automation services for the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Libraries
M. Claire Dougherty is head of digital media services at the Northwestern University Library
Jeremy Frumkin is the digital development/metadata librarian at the University of Arizona Main Library
Laura N. Gasaway has been director of the law library and professor of law at the University of North Carolina since 1985
Clyde W. Grotophorst is associate university librarian/library systems at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia
Bud Hiller is a web access consultant in the information services and resources department at Bucknell University
Mary E. Jackson is the senior program officer for access services for the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) in Washington, D.C.
Philip R. Kesten is a vice president and co-founder of Docutek Information Systems as well as an associate professor of physics and chairman of the physics department at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California
Wayne R. Perryman is chair of the access services department and acquisitions librarian at Humboldt State University Library
Steven J. Schmidt is the access services team leader at the IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis) University Library
Lorre Smith is librarian for Digital Library Initiatives for the University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York


Lorre SmithSteven J. SchmidtBud HillerM. Claire DoughertyWayne R. PerrymanW. Grotophorst and J. FrumkinLaura N. GasawayPascal V. CalarcoPhilip R. KestenMary E. Jackson
Prefacep. v
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
1 Frequently Asked Questions about Electronic Reservesp. 1
2 Staffing Issues for Electronic Reservesp. 21
3 Evaluation of Electronic Reserve Systemsp. 29
4 Migrating E-Reserves to a New IOLSp. 40
5 Oncores: A Homegrown E-Reserve Systemp. 55
6 OSCR: Open Source Software and Electronic Reservesp. 93
7 Copyright Considerations for Electronic Reservesp. 109
8 Electronic Reserves and the Digital Libraryp. 136
9 Perspectives of an Enlightened Vendorp. 148
10 Perspective of the Association of Research Librariesp. 168
Conclusionp. 181
Glossaryp. 183
Contributorsp. 185
Indexp. 189