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Updates: the BIBSAM consortium, Sweden

Technical conditions in licenses

Anna Lundén, coordinator BIBSAM consortium

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Agenda

1. Technical conditions in licenses: from SFX to LIBRIS

2. Technical conditions in licenses: example SwePub

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From SFX to LIBRIS

• LIBRIS = union catalog for all Swedish research libraries and special

libraries + 20 large public libraries

• The national search service

• Approx. six million records of books, periodicals, articles, book chapters,

printed music, posters etc.

• All Swedish titles since 1866 (legal deposit)

‣ One major drawback – didn’t include updated e-journal information!

‣ Solution: Import SFX holdings to LIBRIS

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From SFX to LIBRIS

Import source (master)

-per library

-rudimentary bibliographic information

-thresholds

-targets

Approx. 1 per week

Import goal

-mirror the holdings

LIBRIS

(Voyager)

SFX

BIBSAM

SFX

LOCAL

Data

collection

&

processing

Match:

•e-ISSN

•print-ISSN

•print-ISBN

•SFX-id

New holdings

Updated holdings

Removed holdings

SFX

LIBRIS

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From SFX to LIBRIS

Status report:

• 17 university libraries

• 97,486 records

• More libraries queuing, first library not using SFX but another link resolver

• Weekly updates

• Continuous cleaning up (duplications etc.)

• Larger cleaning project planned in 2010

Questions:

• Bibliographic quality?

• Open Access resources/freely available resources?

• Records with no ISBN/ISSN?

Future: active work with our content providers to influence their input in

Knowledge Bases (positive experience with Springer)

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Agenda

1. Technical conditions in licenses: from SFX to LIBRIS

2. Technical conditions in licenses: example SwePub

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SwePub

• Unified access to and reporting of Swedish scientific publications

• Cooperation project with Uppsala, Gothenburg, Lund University Libraries

and the LIBRIS Department of the National Library of Sweden

• Harvest metadata for all Swedish scientific publications from the

publication databases of all Higher Education institutions

• The National Library of Sweden has granted approx. 150,000 EUR

• The search service will be available within the LIBRIS national library

system, both as a specific search service and as a part of LIBRIS

WebSearch

• SwePub is a sort of data well (separate project for further exploration)

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SwePub

Strategic aim:

• Improve the visibility of Swedish scientific publications

• Improve the accessibility of Swedish scientific publications

• Increase the share of Swedish scientific publications that is Open

Access

• Provide a unified and comparable basis for reporting of Swedish

scientific publishing output

• Provide incentives for institutional publication databases to increase

their coverage and adhere to common standards

Launch 26th of November!

For more information: http://www.ub.gu.se/swepub.se/english/

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TEST!

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Swepub & ISI

Right to download ISI data into institutional repositories – amendment 2009

• “TR grants the Client the rights to access the Thomson Reuters Scientific

Web of Science Database, according to the Client’s entitlements, via the

TR web services API (applications programming interface) for the purpose

of extracting and posting the bibliographic data fields of the Web of

Science records in a publically available institutional repository and/or

internal institutional database. The bibliographic data made public may

NOT include article abstracts, cited references, and author

addresses. Individual bibliographic records derived from the TR database

are restricted to only those papers authored by faculty or researchers

affiliated with the Client. Data made available to the Client are restricted to

the Client’s product entitlements. Rights of use are contingent upon

continued subscription to the Web of Science. Any public display of Web

of Science must make clear attribution of the Web of Science as the data

source.”

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SwePub & ISI

Next step of using ISI-data:

• Enrich SwePub/LIBRIS records with citation data from ISI.

• Call TR’s API each time you end up in a SwePub record to get

information about citations 'on the fly'.

• Avoid the updating issue re. the citation data

• See ”Article Match Retrieval”

http://isiwebofknowledge.com/directlinks/amrfaq/

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SwePub & Scopus?

• Contacts with Scopus

• Already allows this in Public Library of Science (PLoS), see press release:

• http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2009/09/22/plos-releases-article-levelusage-data/

• To be continued…

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Thank you!

Questions?

anna.lunden@kb.se

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