Libraries Australia Interlibary Lending • Interactive Session • Deborah Fuller • Scotia Ashley
LADD – Background • Libraries Australia and LADD • What is LADD?
Outline • Overview • New functionality in VDX 2.7.4 • Infotrieve database • WorldCat Resource Sharing • What’s coming – VDX 3.2.1 • Enhanced Requesting • Improving LADD
Overview • More than307,000 items requested • 730 libraries use the LADD Web interface • 66 libraries use ISO ILL compliant ILL systems
Overview (cont.) • More than 300 NZ libraries accessible via Te Puna Interlending • Commercial suppliers – Infotrieve and CISTI
New Customers • 70 new LADD customers • ACT – ABLAKE, ADLS:CP, AEEWR, AJSSC, ANIC, ARMCA • NSW - NADH, NAGTS, NAJWE, NAP, NBLAKE, NCE, NCPS, NCSU:E, NDLS:AL, NDLS:CR, NDLS:WO, NDOCP, NIND, NJMC, NLEC, NLSS, NNECG, NNRLG, NNRTB, NNSWD, NSCH:CH, NSIC, NSMENG, NU:ST, NUND:D • NT - XASH, XCLC, XCOONA • QLD - QAAVNC, QBGS, QBLAKE, QGYM, QHBP, QLWC, QNQ, QQLD, QRSL, QSCL, QSCUC • SA - SBCPL, SBLIC, SMU, STT, SUL • TAS – TQVM, TDE • VIC - VACA, VBLAKE, VBSESL, VCERB, VDLS, VDLS:WI, VGL, VMON, VNG, VPUCKA, VSEW, VSSIGS, • WA - WALZ, WBLAKE, WGHD, WWPS, WMAU, WSTSC, WUTZ
Benefits of LADD • Management of requests • ILL reports • LADD Payments Service
Benefits of LADD • Reciprocal arrangements • Work Queues
What is ISO ILL? • ISO Interlibrary Loan Protocol (ISO ILL) enables interlibrary loan transactions to be sent from one interlibrary loan system to another via the Libraries Australia Document Delivery gateway.
ISO ILL Systems • Interoperating with different ISO ILL compliant systems • OCLC’s VDX • Relais International: Relais • Ex Libris Aleph Integrated ILL • Clio
ISO ILL Sites • New ISO ILL sites: • WU (VDX) - since Oct 2007 • NUN (Aleph) – since March 2008 • SUA (Relais) – since May 2008 • TSL (VDX) – since June 2008 • ADFA (Relais) – since July 2008 • VS:CL (Relais) – since Oct 2008 • Library Link Victoria (VDX): VAYM, VECA, VKER, VMIL, VMON, VEGS, VFRK, VHUM, VMOR, VPPLS, VSLIS, VSWN, VWIM • For more information on ISO ILL interoperabilty see • http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/isoill.html
ISO ILL MoU • Memorandum of Understanding on ISO ILL Interoperability with Libraries Australia Document Delivery
New Functionality in VDX 2.7.4 • 'Received by Email or FTP' status searchable • Last Action - 'expired' and 'message-indication‘ searchable • Time Out was extended from 30 minutes to 1 hour
VDX 2.7.4 Functionality (cont.) • Billing Address details in LADD locations removed. • DocStore button changed to Attach • Authorisation Status of Acknowledged searchable
VDX 2.7.4 Functionality (cont.) • New email alerts: • Renew Answer Yes: • When a request for a renewal is approved • Renew Answer No: • When a request for a renewal is declined
Infotrieve Pilot • A pilot with Infotrieve as a supplier supporting direct title searching in Infotrieve Australia database began in May 2007
WorldCat Resource Sharing • Proposed interconnection between LADD and WorldCat Resource Sharing
New Release VDX 3.2.1 • VDX 3.2.1 • - scheduled for implementation shortly
VDX 3.2.1 – New Functionality • Reports • Pop-up Calendars • Action Drop-down Menu in the Results Screen • Item Formats • Ability to Search for Item Formats in the ILL Request Search Screen
Additional Pop-up calendars in VDX 3.2.1 • Received (Local due date field) • Request • Renew • Renew Answer Yes • Answer Conditional • Answer Retry • Answer Will Supply • Answer Hold
Action Drop-down Menu in the Results Screen – 2.7.4 Intermediate Screen
Item Formats in the ILL Request Search Screen – 2.7.4.Version
Why use DocStore? • Facility available to all LA Document Delivery users
Why use DocStore? • Better than email attachment • Document is linked with request • Email alert
Enhanced Requesting • Start an interlibrary loan in Libraries Australia Search • Finalise in Libraries Australia Document Delivery
What is Enhanced Requesting? • Optional feature in Libraries Australia Search • Refers only to the Get this item atother libraries option • Complete request form for either Loan or Copy • 2 forms suitable for ILL staff or end users
Who can use Enhanced Requesting? • LADD members • Non-LADD members • ISO VDX locations
How does it work? Libraries Australia Document Delivery Search and Locate Item Formatted Email
Who will use Enhanced Requesting? • End Users • Library/ILL Staff • Accounts and Security
Using Enhanced Requesting • If your library is a member of LADD the request will go to your library LADD account. • Your library can be set up to receive an Email Alert that an Enhanced Request has been submitted from LA Search. • The request will not be activated until a staff member at your library authorises it to do so.
Using Enhanced Requesting • If your library is not a member of LADD, the request is sent to your library’s email address according to the ILRS entry • Library staff then email the request to libraries which hold the item.