Cataloging in Publication Program Update ALA Summer Conference
Cataloging in Publication Program Update ALA Summer Conference San Francisco, California June 27th, 2015 Karl Debus-Lpez Agenda New Member of CAG CIP FY14 Final Statistics and FY15 statistics through May 31st CIP E-books ECIP Cataloging Partnership Program International ECIP CIP Data Block changes CIP/Dewey Reorganization Questions and Answers CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.2 CIP FY14 Final Statistics ECIP and CIP print galleys processed 50,040; -2% from FY13
ECIP Participating publishers 5,284; +2% from FY13 EPCNs processed 52,521: +2.4% EPCN Participating Publishers 64,851; +0% Total monographs received (ECIP and EPCN) 98,310; -7% Total value of monographs received Approx. $8.8 million ECIP Cataloging Partnership Program 6,377 ECIPs processed; +24% 13% of total processed CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.3
FY15 CIP and ECIP Cataloging Partnership Program Statistics (six month review) ECIP and CIP print galleys processed 32,206 Total (October 1, 2014 May 31, 2015) On track to process approx. 48,300 ECIPs in FY15 If projection turns out, a 3% decrease from FY14 ECIP Cataloging Partnership Program 4,947 Total (October 1, 2014 May 31, 2015) Partners have completed 15% of total processed to date for FY15 On track for partners to process approx. 7,400 ECIPs in FY15 If projection turns out, a 40% increase over FY14 CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.4 CIP E-books Update
Began ingesting CIP e-books for LC permanent collections in July 2014 24 publishers currently sending LC their e-books 178 publishers have joined the CIP e-book program 6,945 metadata records created for CIP e-books that LC can request for the collections Developed a plan to contact publishers to receive more e-books FY15 Goal is to ingest 2,500 e-books; FY16: 7,500 e-books 2,937 CIP e-books have been ingested into LCs permanent collections as of May 31, 2015 CIP e-books currently suppressed within LC catalog do not have a mechanism to access them CIP e-book records are disseminated to OCLC and other providers through LC channels Valued by OCLC and vendors for their high quality
CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.5 ECIP Cataloging Partnership Program 27 Current partners New additions since June 2014
UT Austin University press titles New York University Law Library International law and University press titles related to law ProQuest Select Wiley titles Harvard University University press titles and Tupelo Press Douglas County Libraries, Colorado Algonquin and Workman University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill University press titles University of Colorado, Boulder Select Colorado-based publishers In discussions with several other potential partners Joining the program now requires signing a Partnership Agreement Letter with the Library of Congress CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference
p.6 International ECIP Program Working with LC-Cairo and LC-Rio Offices to create pilot programs for: Qatari publications (with the Qatar National Library as the intermediary) Uruguayan publications (no intermediary) Will allow the countries to create their CIP Programs using LC Best Practices More publications from Qatar and Uruguay will be available to users via OCLC and other sources with high quality cataloging Books will be sent to LC Overseas Offices for free from participating
publishers Key CIP pages on the web will be translated to Spanish and can be used by U.S. publishers who principally publish materials in Spanish CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.7 CIP Data Block Changes After over a year of analysis and input from stakeholders, the CIP Data Block layout will be changed between July 1 and September 30, 2015. CIP Data Block Committee composed of LC experts and outside experts representing interests of school, public, special, and academic libraries.
Changes proposed and vetted at 2015 ALA Midwinter; shared with multiple listservs and ALCTS Online Newsletter for input through June 1, 2015. The changes do not impact the MARC record just the layout of the data block in the print or electronic book. Key changes: Use of labels Print and electronic merged Addition of RDA elements URL that links directly to LC catalog for retrieval of records More information on the proposed changes can be found at: http://www.loc.gov/publish/cip/news/ CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.8
Example of the new layout Names: Ownby, Ted, editor. Title: The civil rights movement in Mississippi / edited by Ted Ownby. Description: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi,  | Series: Chancellor Porter L. Fortune symposium in southern history series | Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers: LCCN 2013016386 (print) | LCCN 2013019459 (ebook) | ISBN 978-1-61-703933-1 (hardback) | ISBN 978-1-61-703934-8 (ebook) Subjects: LCSH: Civil rights movements--Mississippi--History--20th century. | African Americans-- Civil rights--Mississippi--History--20th century. | African American civil rights workers--Mississippi--Biography. | Race discrimination-- Mississippi--History 20th century. | MississippiRace relations--History--20th century. | BISAC: HISTORY / United States / State & Local / South (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV). | HISTORY / United States / 20th Century. | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations. Classification: LCC E185.9.M6 C58 2013 (print) | LCC E185.9.M6 (ebook) | DDC 323.11960730762--dc23 LC record available at http://www.loc.gov/lccn/2013016386 CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.9
CIP/Dewey Reorganization Proposal to merge the CIP and Dewey Sections within the USPRLL Division, effective October 1, 2015 being reviewed by Library management. Convergence between CIP and Dewey sections: Most of DDC assignments are for ECIPs Cross training between CIP and Dewey staff already taking place Recruiting more partners who classify using DDC to bolster DDC assignments at LC Greater flexibility in how the staff in both sections perform their functions
Requested hiring of two more CIP Program Specialists; one position has been posted internally CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.10 Questions and Answers CIP Program Update 2015 ALA Summer Conference p.11 Thank You! p.12
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