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AASL 2011 National Conference. Books, E-Ink, and Databases, Oh My! Collection Development in the 21 st Century Digital Reference and Beyond Angela Carstensen. Background. Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY 690 students, PK3-12, all girls ~50 students per grade Two libraries - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<p>Slide 1</p> <p>AASL 2011 National ConferenceBooks, E-Ink, and Databases, Oh My! Collection Development in the 21st Century</p> <p>Digital Reference and Beyond</p> <p>Angela Carstensen1BackgroundConvent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY690 students, PK3-12, all girls~50 students per grade</p> <p>Two librariesLower/Middle School (grades PK3-8)Upper School (grades 9-12)2Reference Ebooks</p> <p>3School website, Library Electronic Resources page</p> <p>4Moodle Library Online page</p> <p>5Moodle 11th Research project page</p> <p>6Ebook Link in Destiny (library catalog)</p> <p>7GVRL on Gale IPad/IPhone app</p> <p>Ebook </p> <p>8</p> <p>9</p> <p>10</p> <p>11</p> <p>12Invest in a Research Ebook Collection</p> <p>EbraryQuestiaEbooks from EBSCO (was Netlibrary)</p> <p>13Individual PublishersRosenMarshall Cavendish</p> <p>JobbersBaker &amp; Taylor Axis 360 / BlioFollettShelf (includes Pebblego)Ingram MyiLibrary</p> <p>14 How much teaching time required? Is using the product intuitive for students?With which print publishers does the Ebook vendor partner? (Can we add the books we want?) Is there a set-up fee? An annual fee? Do we own the Ebooks we purchase? Can users download to a digital device? Which? Does the Ebook vendor provide MARC records? How intuitive are the ordering management pages? Does the vendor provide usage reports? Does it work on your platform? (Mac and PC)</p> <p>15ChoicesWhen to buy print? When to buy Ebook?If Ebook:How many simultaneous copies? Allow patron-driven acquisitions?Buy books one by one, or invest in a collection?Short-term lease option for project research?16FreadingPay for usage, not content20K ebooks for no cost. No platform fee.Pay as your patrons read.Unlimited simultaneous access to all titles. Mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, android devices</p> <p>17</p> <p>18</p> <p>19</p> <p>20</p> <p>21</p> <p>22</p> <p> Using the clean, familiar EBSCOhost Basic Search Screen</p> <p>Results page</p> <p>24</p> <p>25</p> <p>26</p> <p>27</p> <p>Offline eBooks Adobe Digital EditionsTitle is displayedon deviceAngela CarstensenHead Librarian, Convent of the Sacred HeartNew York, NY</p> <p>Twitter: AngeReadsBlog: Adult Books 4 Teens (SLJ)</p> <p>29</p>