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Title: Trends in the delivery of Bibliographic data


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Trends in the delivery of Bibliographic data
  • Doug McMillan
  • Commercial Director R.R. Bowker CONCERT 2002

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Agenda
  • Bowker the company
  • Bowker the product
  • Changes in delivery format
  • Trends in collection, analysis and integration
  • Focus on the delivery of an integrated solution
  • Demonstration of integrated features
  • Future trends

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Bowker - Overview
  • Bowker established core business over 100 years
    ago
  • The American Catalog published 1880
  • Books In Print first introduced in 1948
  • Ulrichs in 1953
  • Established and maintain the US ISBN agency

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Overview Bowker - Core products
  • Books in Print - 3.4 Million US records, In
    Print, Out of Print, forthcoming, Audio and video
    and Publisher database
  • Global Books in Print - complete US file plus UK,
    Canadian, Australian - 6.8 Million records
  • Ulrichs - 260,000 serials from around the world -
    the most comprehensive single source of Journal
    data

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Move with the times …..
  • Long history of compiling and delivering
    objective data to libraries
  • Formats
  • Late 1900s Print - Multi volume - authoritative
    but cumbersome, slow to search and retrieve
  • 1980s CD - fast, networkable etc but data
    capacity restricted
  • 1990s Online - no restrictions

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Bowker Strategy
  • To Deliver objective, comprehensive and accurate
    Book and Journal data to libraries throughout the
    world
  • Embrace continuing developments in compilation
    and delivery
  • Enhance data through Standardisation
  • To adapt to the needs and demands of Librarians

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Bowker - Market Position
  • Customers are all major Libraries and consortia,
    book retailers, publishers and library systems
  • Barnes Noble, Borders
  • NY Public, Hong Kong and Singapore Public
  • KERIS, CONCERT, FINELIB
  • Harpercollins, J. Wiley Sons
  • Single independent link between Librarians,
    publishers, and retailers

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Trends
  • Collection of Data
  • ONIX, Standard file formats
  • Standard name conventions
  • Value added data Covers, TOCs, etc.
  • Analysis of Data
  • From ISBN verification to purchase tool
  • Access value added data and links
  • Manage, maintain and develop a collection
  • Integration
  • Hooks to Holdings
  • Lists
  • Linking
  • Online ordering systems

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Collection of Data
  • ONIX data standard
  • Roll outs and data is improved
  • Expansion to other types of products video,
    music, serials
  • International adoption
  • Standard names
  • Author names
  • Publisher names
  • Field by field standardization
  • Value Added data
  • Covers
  • Table of contents
  • Audio clips
  • Author information
  • Reviews and Review citations

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Analysis of Data
  • Most comprehensive database for Book world
    Collection Management
  • In print, Out of Print and forthcoming
  • From Verification to Purchase tool
  • Now more than a pure title/ISBN search
  • Compare prices
  • Access reviews and author biographies
  • Table of contents and Jacket covers
  • Link to any publishers web site for further
    information
  • In short, all data required to make a qualified
    purchase decision without recourse to other
    sources

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Integration
  • Hooks to Holdings
  • Link seamlessly from BIP or Global to local
    library holding to check availability
  • Lists
  • Create and Store lists
  • Email list to professors for recommendations
  • download for ordering
  • Online ordering systems
  • Ease of use with functionality
  • Material decrease in effort
  • One size fits all
  • Integration with shipping information

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Web Delivery?
  • Print, Microfiche, CD -- Web
  • No restriction on content - adding real value to
    core information - reviews, jackets, synopses,
    table of contents
  • Extensive use of linking
  • Whole campus - can access single network of book
    and journal data via IP - no more central holding
    of 9 volume print set
  • More frequently updated

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Globalbooksinprint.com
  • US, UK, Australian and Canadian data
  • Objective, authoritative, comprehensive and
    accurate
  • Over 6.8 million in print titles
  • Over 1.4 million out of print titles
  • Includes access to 120,000
  • e-booksinprint.com
  • 165,000 publishers worldwide

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Rich content to complement your online catalog
  • Over 60,000 Tables of Contents
  • Over 650,000 full-text reviews
  • Over 200,000 book cover images
  • Over 700,000 annotations or synopses
  • Over 40,000 review citation
  • Over 10,000 author biographies

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Pop-up window asks Do you want to search
Alibris Rare and Out of Print database?
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Integrated features
  • Link to local Holdings
  • Lists
  • Order download
  • Marc21 or Ascii download format

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Expand your service to Patrons through Hooks to
Holdings
  • Patrons can search or browse the most
    comprehensive database of books -- remotely or in
    the library -- and then link to your librarys
    online catalog to check the availability of the
    title
  • Then they can e-mail the librarian designated in
    your account to either hold the item, request it,
    or ask that it be purchased

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Features to Help Collection Development
Acquisitions
  • List development -- add comments, e-mail to
    colleagues, professors, departmental libraries or
    other patrons or faculty with reviews and
    annotations attached
  • Download lists into acquisition system for
    ordering
  • Or Order Direct

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Ulrichsweb.com The Gateway to Journal Content
  • Comprehensive data on over 260,000 Journals,
    magazines, Monographs and newspapers from around
    the world
  • Indispensable serials collection management tool

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Ulrichsweb.com The Gateway to Journal Content
  • Over 260,000 serials from 80,000 publishers in
    more than 200 countries
  • 32,000 electronic full-text sources
  • More than 24,000 refereed serials
  • 58,000 titles that have ceased publication

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Ulrichsweb.com The Gateway to Journal Content
  • Providing extensive links to
  • Tables of Contents
  • Article abstracts
  • Full text articles through Infotrieve
  • Links to JCR Web, ScienceDirect,
    Catchword, Northern Light
  • Cutting edge technology with SFX

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Linking and integration
  • ISI Journal citation reports
  • Serials solutions
  • Infotrieve, Science Direct and Catchword
  • 80,000 Journal publisher URLs
  • Coming soon
  • Ulrichs serials management solution

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The Future Trends
  • Collection of Data
  • Authoritative and Vetted Data
  • Multiple Access Points
  • Analysis of Data
  • Audience and Topical Granularity
  • Niche Products and Services
  • End user sales data
  • Integration
  • Open system
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