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See detailOpen Access and Discovery Tools: How do Primo Libraries Manage Green Open Access Collections?
Renaville, François ULg

in Varnum, Ken (Ed.) Exploring Discovery: The Front Door to a Library’s Licensed and Digitized Content (in press)

The Open Access (OA) movement gains more and more momentum with an increasing number of institutions and funders adopting OA mandates for publicly funded research. Consequently, an increasing amount of ... [more ▼]

The Open Access (OA) movement gains more and more momentum with an increasing number of institutions and funders adopting OA mandates for publicly funded research. Consequently, an increasing amount of research output becomes freely available, either from institutional, multi-institutional or thematic repositories or from traditional or newly established journals. Currently, there are more than 2,700 Open Access repositories (Green Open Access) of all kinds listed on OpenDOAR. Scholarly OA repositories contain lots of treasures including rare or otherwise unpublished materials and articles that scholars self-archive, often as part of their institution’s mandate. But it can be hard to discover this material unless users know exactly where to look. Since the very beginning, libraries have played a major role in supporting the OA movement. Next to all services they can provide to support the deposit of research output in the repositories, they can make Open Access materials widely discoverable by their patrons through general search engines (Google, Bing...), specialized search engines (like Google Scholar) and library discovery tools, thus expanding their collection to include materials that they would not necessarily pay for. In this paper, we intend to focus on two aspects regarding Open Access and Primo discovery tool. In early 2013, Ex Libris Group started to add institutional repositories to Primo Central Index (PCI), their mega-aggregation of hundreds of millions of scholarly e-resources (journal articles, e-books, reviews, dissertations, legal documents, reports…). After two years, it may be interesting to take stock of the current situation of PCI regarding Open Access repositories. This paper will analyze their progressive integration into PCI, the numbers of references, the resource types, the countries of origin… On basis of a survey to carry out among the Primo community, the paper will also focus on how libraries using Primo discovery tool integrate Green Open Access contents in their catalog. Two major ways are possible for them. Firstly, they can directly harvest, index and manage any repository ‒their own or any from another institution‒ in their Primo and display those free contents next to the more traditional library collections. Secondly, if they are Primo Central Index subscribers, they can quickly and easily activate any, if not all, of the Open Access repositories contained PCI, making thus the contents of those directly discoverable to their end users. [less ▲]

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See detailAlma @ ULg : Déploiement d'Alma à l'Université de Liège
Renaville, François ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

Présentation du projet de migration de Aleph et SFX vers le système de gestion de bibliothèque (SGB) Alma d'août 2014 à février 2015.

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See detailAlma @ ULg : Retour d'expérience après 4 mois
Renaville, François ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

Présentation des 4 premiers mois d'expérience sur le système de gestion de bibliothèque (SGB) Alma.

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See detailPrimo dans le Cloud ?
Nabias, Laurent; Jestin, André; Renaville, François ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

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See detailChanger son système d'information, penser l'organisation plus que la technique : illustration avec le passage à Alma à l’Université de Liège
Renaville, François ULg

Scientific conference (2015, June 22)

Présentation du projet de migration de Aleph et SFX vers le système de gestion de bibliothèque (SGB) Alma d'août 2014 à février 2015.

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See detailSFX Miscellaneous Free Ejournals Target: Usage Survey among the SFX Community
Renaville, François ULg; Branse, Yosef; Chen, Xiaotian et al

in Serials Review (2015), 41(2), 58-68

The number of free or open access articles is increasing rapidly, and their retrieval with library indexes and OpenURL link resolvers has been a challenge. In June 2014, the SFX MISCELLANEOUS FREE ... [more ▼]

The number of free or open access articles is increasing rapidly, and their retrieval with library indexes and OpenURL link resolvers has been a challenge. In June 2014, the SFX MISCELLANEOUS FREE EJOURNALS target contained more than 24,000 portfolios of all kinds. The SFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB) carried out an international survey to get an overview of the usage of this target by the SFX community and to precisely identify what could be done to improve it. The target is widely used among the community. However, many respondents complained about three major problems: (a) incorrect links, (b) full texts actually not free, and (c) incorrect or missing thresholds (years and volumes information). [less ▲]

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See detailSFX Miscellaneous Free Ejournals Target: Usage Survey among the SFX Community
Renaville, François ULg; Branse, Yosef; Chen, Xiaotian et al

Report (2014)

In June 2014, the SFX® MISCELLANEOUS_FREE_EJOURNALS target contained more than 24,000 portfolios of all kinds. The SFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB) decided to carry out an international survey to ... [more ▼]

In June 2014, the SFX® MISCELLANEOUS_FREE_EJOURNALS target contained more than 24,000 portfolios of all kinds. The SFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB) decided to carry out an international survey to get an overview of the usage that is done of this target by the SFX community and to precisely identify what could be done to improve it. The target is widely used among the community. However, many respondents complained about these top three problems: (1) Incorrect parse params (broken links); (2) Full texts actually not free; (3) Incorrect or missing thresholds. [less ▲]

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See detailSFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB): goals and achievements after one year
Renaville, François ULg; Needleman, Mark

Conference (2014, September 16)

Founded in 2013 as a result of discussions at the 2012 Zurich Conference, the goal of the SFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB) is to promote first class quality of the data stored in the SFX Knowledge ... [more ▼]

Founded in 2013 as a result of discussions at the 2012 Zurich Conference, the goal of the SFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB) is to promote first class quality of the data stored in the SFX Knowledge Base by reviewing the quality assurance policies and processes together with Ex Libris. During its first year, the group identified several issues in order to improve the CKB quality. They shared them with Ex Libris which agreed to work on or to take a look at some. This session will explain how KBAB has been working, and present some of the issues and the improvements brought by Ex Libris. [less ▲]

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See detailScriptorium, a retro-cataloguing tool to easily and quickly encode older book items
Renaville, François ULg; Danhieux, Sylvain ULg

Conference (2014, September 16)

The University of Liège Library's books collection is composed of some 2,000,000 print volumes, of which only 60% are catalogued. Most of the uncatalogued books have been published before 1970 and ... [more ▼]

The University of Liège Library's books collection is composed of some 2,000,000 print volumes, of which only 60% are catalogued. Most of the uncatalogued books have been published before 1970 and cataloguing these according usual standards and norms would certainly take decades. To decrease the cost of treatments and increase the number of catalogued volumes, the Library developed a light PHP/MySQL application, Scriptorium, that enables non-catalogers (mostly students) to quickly encode the books (ca 3 min. per item) by providing the most essential information. References are then daily exported in MarcXML to the ILS. Scriptorium has been developed to permit to easily create new independent instances for different parallel retro-cataloguing projects and also to be used by other libraries. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscovery Tools, a Bibliography
Renaville, François ULg

Textual, factual or bibliographical database (2014)

Libraries are continually changing to meet the needs of users. This includes implementing discovery tools, also referred to as web-scale discovery tools or services, to make it easier to search through ... [more ▼]

Libraries are continually changing to meet the needs of users. This includes implementing discovery tools, also referred to as web-scale discovery tools or services, to make it easier to search through their physical, digital and electronic collections. Vendors and suppliers are continuously improving their functionali ties offering new services and improved technologies. Hundreds of publications and communications on implementation, comparison, user experience, information literacy, librarian perception, collection usage, etc. related to discovery tools have already been produced. This bibliography aims to give a selected overview of what (mostly) librarians have written or said about discovery tools. [less ▲]

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See detailDéploiement de la solution discovery Primo à l'Université de Liège
Renaville, François ULg; Richelle, Laurence ULg

in Cahiers de la Documentation = Bladen voor Documentatie (2013), 67(4), 41-53

En quelques années, les Bibliothèques de l'Université de Liège (ULg) ont procédé à d'importants changements dans les systèmes documentaires informatisés qu'elles exploitent (SIGB, OPAC, résolveur de liens ... [more ▼]

En quelques années, les Bibliothèques de l'Université de Liège (ULg) ont procédé à d'importants changements dans les systèmes documentaires informatisés qu'elles exploitent (SIGB, OPAC, résolveur de liens, plate-forme PIB…). Cet article retrace le passage, en 2013, d’un OPAC traditionnel à une "solution discovery". L'équipe de projet propose une analyse des étapes qui ont précédé la mise en œuvre de la solution Primo, dans ses différents aspects historique, technique et humain. La campagne de communication en interne, au moyen principalement de séances de formation, est également abordée. [less ▲]

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See detailLibraries and their Role in Open Access: Challenges and Opportunities
Morse, Laura; Renaville, François ULg; Stohn, Christine

Conference (2013, November 08)

The open access movement gains momentum with an increasing number of institutions and funders adopting open access mandates for their funded research. Consequently, an increasing amount of material ... [more ▼]

The open access movement gains momentum with an increasing number of institutions and funders adopting open access mandates for their funded research. Consequently, an increasing amount of material becomes freely available, either from institutional repositories or from traditional or newly established journals. Libraries can play a dual role in supporting this movement: Firstly, they can provide services supporting the deposit of research output in their institutional repositories, including support for making it widely discoverable via indexes such as Google Scholar and library discovery systems. Secondly, libraries can make open access materials discoverable by their patrons through such indexes, thus expanding their collection to include materials that they would not necessarily license. This session will describe the experience of the University Libraries of Liège in Belgium and Harvard. University of Liège chose a top-down approach and made it compulsory for researchers to deposit their output in the institutional repository—ORBi. To support this mandate, the library offers services that help researchers deposit and disseminate their publications. Both libraries—Liège and Harvard—enable their students and faculty to discover open access content beyond their library’s acquired collection via their library discovery system. The session will also address challenges that arise from indexing open access publications and how index providers and libraries can deal with such publications, especially with articles that are deposited in different institutional repositories or published in so-called hybrid journals that contain a mix of open access and subscription articles. Finally, we will discuss with the audience how they see libraries’ role evolving in this area, what challenges they are currently facing, and the solutions and opportunities they have found. [less ▲]

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See detail'Where are my Marc records?' - Librarians' perception of discovery tools
Renaville, François ULg; Richelle, Laurence ULg; Thirion, Paul ULg

Conference (2013, September 08)

In February 2013, the ULg Library launched a new portal where the new library website and Primo were closely integrated. Three months before the official launch to the public, Primo FE was shown to ... [more ▼]

In February 2013, the ULg Library launched a new portal where the new library website and Primo were closely integrated. Three months before the official launch to the public, Primo FE was shown to library colleagues to get the first professional feedback. Several training sessions were organized for the library staff to focus on the differences between discovery tools and traditional opacs and to explain how our Primo would function (local data vs PCI, pipe process, normalization rules, deduplication, FRBRization...) Then, a survey was organized among the library staff to get their feelings and perceptions about discovery tools in general, and the impacts that such tools have, according to them on the users' habits and searches. Our presentation will explain how our library colleagues (directors, service heads, cataloguers, trainers, circulation staff, e-librarians, secretaries...) felt apprehensive and/or enthusiastic about switching to a discovery tool in general (not specifically Primo). [less ▲]

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See detailPrimo @ ULg : Implémentation de Primo 4.1 à l'ULg
Renaville, François ULg; Richelle, Laurence ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2013)

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See detailThe University of Liège Libraries (Belgium)
Renaville, François ULg

in Informed Librarian Online (2013)

Short description of the University of Liège Libraries: brief history, collections, e-resources, Open Access projects...

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See detailEuroback : une plateforme d'échange pour une gestion efficace des collections
Decoster, Sara ULg; Renaville, François ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2013)

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See detailThe State of Open Access in Belgium's French-speaking Universities
Renaville, François ULg

Conference (2012, October 22)

An overview of the BICfB report "L'Open Access en Belgique francophone : étude de la BICfB réalisée à la demande des Recteurs des universités et du F.R.S.-FNRS" (May 2012) (http://hdl.handle.net/2268 ... [more ▼]

An overview of the BICfB report "L'Open Access en Belgique francophone : étude de la BICfB réalisée à la demande des Recteurs des universités et du F.R.S.-FNRS" (May 2012) (http://hdl.handle.net/2268/124876). [less ▲]

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