The Electronic Resource Management Enigma: the Vendor Solution, the Homegrown Realities, and the Grey Areas of Practicality

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Title: The Electronic Resource Management Enigma: the Vendor Solution, the Homegrown Realities, and the Grey Areas of Practicality
Author: Hattig, Natalee ; Harrison, Johanna
Abstract: This program will present information about electronic resource management at the Florida State University Libraries. Currently the FSU Libraries are implementing a vendor-based electronic resource management system. However, this solution will not solve every problem. The authors will present a blended strategy for using both vendor solutions and home grown web applications for enhanced usability and access.
Description: Natalee Hattig is the Electronic Resources Librarian at Florida State University. She is responsible for managing and coordinating the licensing, ordering, renewal, and accessibility of electronic resources; along with gathering and analyzing data to evaluate patron usage and vendor performance for electronic resources. Ms. Hattig was previously head of Access Services at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
Type: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/10396
Date: 2006-03-24
Contributor: Florida State University
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Electronic resource management
Electronic Resource Management System (ERMS)
Commercially available ERMS solutions
In-house library software development
Hybrid solutions

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