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Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

2009 Volume 21, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. E-Resources Management: How We Positioned Our Organization to Implement an Electronic Resources Management System

    Marilyn White & Susan Sanders

    The Information Services Division (ISD) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) positioned itself to successfully implement an electronic resources management system. This... More

    pp. 183-191

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  2. Electronic Resources in a Next-Generation Catalog: The Case of WorldCat Local

    Steve Shadle

    In April 2007, the University of Washington Libraries debuted WorldCat Local (WCL), a localized version of the WorldCat database that interoperates with a library's integrated library system and... More

    pp. 192-199

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  3. Improving Electronic Resources through Holistic Budgeting

    James P. Kusik & Mark A. Vargas

    To establish a more direct link between its collections and the educational goals of Saint Xavier University, the Byrne Memorial Library has adopted a "holistic" approach to collection development.... More

    pp. 200-205

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  4. Electronic Resources and Mission Creep: Reorganizing the Library for the Twenty-First Century

    George Stachokas

    The position of electronic resources librarian was created to serve as a specialist in the negotiation of license agreements for electronic resources, but mission creep has added more functions to ... More

    pp. 206-212

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  5. Methods and Strategies for Creating a Culture of Collections Assessment at Comprehensive Universities

    Heath Martin, Kimberley Robles-Smith, Julie Garrison & Doug Way

    Differing from those of their liberal arts and Association of Research Libraries counterparts, today's comprehensive universities face a variety of unique challenges and opportunities when it comes... More

    pp. 213-236

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  6. E-Resource Statistics: What to Do when You Have No Money

    Mary Walker

    Libraries are moving toward electronic resource management systems (ERMSs) to track their usage statistics, but these can be expensive to purchase and maintain. For some libraries, an ERMS can be... More

    pp. 237-250

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  7. "Not" a One-Size-Fits-All Solution: Lessons Learned from Implementing an Electronic Resources Management System in Three Days

    Denise Pan

    Auraria Library purchased Innovative Interfaces, Inc.'s Millennium Electronic Resources Management (ERM) to manage data about acquisitions, licensing, troubleshooting, and usage statistics of... More

    pp. 279-292

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