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Friday, November 6 • 6:00pm - 6:45pm
Review in Motion: Multi-Year Electronic Resources Review at UTA Libraries

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With a flat budget and ever increasing inflation for serials, UTA Libraries chose to embark on a multi-year electronic resources review process. Targeting low hanging fruits, the first step was to review subscription journals included in aggregator databases. This initial review process was also a relatively straightforward step to help new liaisons in a newly created Outreach & Scholarship department to get their “feet wet” with collection development. As liaisons become more acclimated, the second step in the following year is to review all subscription journals. Online only subscriptions are distributed amongst all liaisons, while Print + Online subscriptions are handled by more seasoned liaisons. Guidelines and metrics are created to facilitate the review in addition to liaisons’ empirical knowledge through their engagement with users. The third step is to review all databases and sustain a regular database review interval going forward. In the presentation, we will share with you our findings, guidelines, and metrics of the process.

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Peter Zhang

Department Head of Access and Discovery, UTA Libraries
Department Head, Access and Discovery at the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries. The department is an integrated technical service unit encompassing Acquisition, Cataloging, Interlibrary Loan, and Stacks Management. Over 10 years' experience with MARC record customization, bulk loading, and authority control.
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Ashley Zmau

E-resources Librarian, University of Texas at Arlington
Ashley Zmau is the Assistant Librarian for E-resources at the University of Texas at Arlington where she provides leadership for managing the e-resource lifecycle and license negotiation while working collaboratively to support liaison librarians for outreach and scholarship. In this role, she oversees the Serials Team comprised of four Library Specialists, and is responsible for maintaining the Library’s ERM, as well as the management of all... Read More →



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