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International cooperation:
an Italian – French experience for
resource sharing
The 15th IFLA International Interlending an...
Italian	background		
2	
Number of libraries of all types per region: total 13,693
National	Library	Service	(SBN)	
Ø 	cooperation	between	state,	local	and	
university	authorities	
Ø 	shared	cataloguing	and...
Catalogs	and	services	interoperability		
ILL-SBN	interoperates	with	
Italian	and	foreign	ISO-ILL	
compliant	ILS	
SBN	OPAC	...
SBN	in	numbers	
					The	SBN	network	
Ø 	Over		than	6.100	
Libraries	of	all	types	
(state,	local,	university)		
Ø 	99	loca...
What	is	ILL-SBN?	
Ø  free	web	based	
service	for	
interlibrary	loan	and	
document	delivery	
	
Ø  available	to	all	
interes...
What	is	ILL-SBN?	
Ø integrated	with	the	OPAC	SBN	
catalog	
	
Ø able	to	integrate	with	other	catalogs	
		
Ø able	to	interop...
ISO-ILL	interoperability		between	ILL-SBN	partner	libraries	
and		the	Bibliothèque		Universitaire	et	Nationale	de	
Strasbo...
Use	of	the	integrated	system	-	Interlibray	Loan		
Ò  Bibliothèque	nationale	et	
universitaire	de	
Strasbourg	(BNU)	as	
req...
Bibliothèque		Universitaire	et	Nationale	de	Strasbourg	-	BNU	-	
as	requesting	library	(using	Sebina	next	integrated	softwa...
Biblioteca	nazionale	centrale	di	Roma	-	BVE	-		as	
Supplying	library	(using	ILL-SBN	web	interface)	
11
E
BVE	receives	the	...
Requesting	library	(BNU):	the	status	of	ILL	request	is	
shipped		-	Next	status	is:	received	
12
E
BVE	shipped	the	
documen...
Supplying	library	(BVE):		tracking		of	the	ILL	request		
13
E
BVE	monitors	all	
the	request's	iter
Use	of	the	integrated	system	–	Interlibray	Loan
Ò  Bibliothèque	
nationale	et	
universitaire	de	
Strasbourg	(BNU)	as	
requ...
Search	the	SBN	catalogue	to	find	a	document	and	submit	
an	ILL	request		
15
Choice	of	the	supplying	library	
16
E
choice	of	Trieste	
as	supplying	
library
ILL-SBN	creates	an	interlibrary	loan	request	automatically	including		the	
bibliographic	and	location	data	from	the	select...
The	management	systems	of	the	two	partner	libraries	update	
automatically.	
BNU	–	requesting	library	
18	
E	
ILL	SBN	redir...
The	management	systems	of	the	two	partner	libraries	update	
automatically.		
Biblioteca	generale	di	Trieste:	supplying	lib...
ILL	SBN	acts	as	a	bridge	
Ø in	this	case,	the	request,	is	automatically	
transferred	to	ILL	SBN	from	SBN	OPAC		
Ø ILL	SBN	...
Use	of	the	integrated	system	–	Document	Delivery	
Ø Biblioteca	di	scienze	
letterarie	e	filologiche	
dell’Università	di	To...
Requesting	library:		Biblioteca	di	scienze	letterarie	e	filologiche	dell’Università	
di	Torino	(Sebina	OL	integrated	softw...
Supplying	library:		Bibliothèque	Nationale	Universitaire	de	
Strasbourg	(using	Sebina	Next	integrated	software)	
23
E
BNU	...
BNU	supplying	library:		tracking	the	DD	request	
24
Benefits	of	integrated	system	
Ø 	Searching	the	SBN	union	catalog,	locate	
and	simply	apply	for	a	document	in	the	
same	wa...
Benefits	of	integrated	system	
Ø Faster	processing	of	ILL	requests		
	
Ø Handling	more	requests	in	integrated	
mode,	thus	...
Benefits	of	integrated	system	
Ø 	ISO	ILL	interoperability	greatly	reduces	some	of	
the	librarians’	tasks		
	
Ø 	requests	...
Which	is	your	management	system?	
Libraries	use	many		different	ILS	
28
What	kind	of	institution	does	your	Library	belong	to?	
44%			University	Libraries	
39%			City/local	Libraries	
8%						Sta...
Do	you	provide	International	ILL/DD	service?	
A	majority	of	Libraries	offers	
International	ILL/DD	service	(79,5%)	
30
Do	you	believe	a	better	interaction	between	
online	catalogs	and	Library	services	might	
improve	and	simplify	ILL/DD	servi...
Towards	a	wider	cooperation	
32
ILL SBN
libraries
Sebina
Other
ILS
Aleph
Alma
ILL-SBN	allows	to	extend	the	cooperation	to	...
The	use	of	ISIL	standard	code	allows	to	
overcome	different	library	identifiers	
employed	in	various	ILL	systems,	resultin...
34
Towards	a	wider	cooperation	
IDEM
IDEntity Management for Federation Access
ILL-SBN will soon be a service provided wit...
Towards	a	wider	cooperation	
Ø integration	can	be	effectively	extended	to	foreign	
libraries	
	
Ø standard	interoperabilit...
Towards	a	wider	cooperation
Our	collaborative	experience	outlines	an	effective	option	to	
cooperate	between	Italian	and	fo...
Towards	a	wider	cooperation
the	idea	of	the	global	library,	a	networked	
resource	sharing	mechanism	that	enables	
access	t...
•  Antonella	Cossu	-		antonella.cossu@beniculturali.it				
ICCU	-	Istituto	Centrale	per	il	Catalogo	Unico	delle	bibliotech...
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Antonella Cossu, Pascal Godard, Antonella Orviati, Ornella Salvioni, Serena Sangiorgi, Italy International cooperation: an Italian-French experience for resource sharing

  1. 1. International cooperation: an Italian – French experience for resource sharing The 15th IFLA International Interlending and Document Supply Conference No Library Left Behind: Cross-Border Resource Sharing Paris, 04 - 06 October 2017
  2. 2. Italian background 2 Number of libraries of all types per region: total 13,693
  3. 3. National Library Service (SBN) Ø  cooperation between state, local and university authorities Ø  shared cataloguing and standard ISO-ILL interoperability to guarantee both national and local services 3
  4. 4. Catalogs and services interoperability ILL-SBN interoperates with Italian and foreign ISO-ILL compliant ILS SBN OPAC interoperates with Italian and foreign catalogs Z39.50 compliant 4
  5. 5. SBN in numbers The SBN network Ø  Over than 6.100 Libraries of all types (state, local, university) Ø  99 local hubs The SBN OPAC Ø  16.531.632 bibliographic records Ø  86.949.480 holdings 5
  6. 6. What is ILL-SBN? Ø  free web based service for interlibrary loan and document delivery Ø  available to all interested libraries: single libraries, system hubs, centralized loan services, Italian and foreign libraries http://prestito.iccu.sbn.it/ILLWeb/servlets/ ILL 6
  7. 7. What is ILL-SBN? Ø integrated with the OPAC SBN catalog Ø able to integrate with other catalogs Ø able to interoperate with lending systems and ILS that use ISO-ILL compliant systems 7
  8. 8. ISO-ILL interoperability between ILL-SBN partner libraries and the Bibliothèque Universitaire et Nationale de Strasbourg Our use case aims to highlight: Ø  simple use of integrated service Ø  easy communication between partner libraries Ø  monitoring of all information steps Ø  immediate updating of various management environments 8
  9. 9. Use of the integrated system - Interlibray Loan Ò  Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg (BNU) as requesting library Ò  Biblioteca nazionale di Roma as supplying library 9
  10. 10. Bibliothèque Universitaire et Nationale de Strasbourg - BNU - as requesting library (using Sebina next integrated software) 10 E BNU sends the ILL request
  11. 11. Biblioteca nazionale centrale di Roma - BVE - as Supplying library (using ILL-SBN web interface) 11 E BVE receives the ILL request
  12. 12. Requesting library (BNU): the status of ILL request is shipped - Next status is: received 12 E BVE shipped the document BNU will reply: document received
  13. 13. Supplying library (BVE): tracking of the ILL request 13 E BVE monitors all the request's iter
  14. 14. Use of the integrated system – Interlibray Loan Ò  Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg (BNU) as requesting library Ò  Biblioteca generale dell’Università di Trieste as supplying library. 14
  15. 15. Search the SBN catalogue to find a document and submit an ILL request 15
  16. 16. Choice of the supplying library 16 E choice of Trieste as supplying library
  17. 17. ILL-SBN creates an interlibrary loan request automatically including the bibliographic and location data from the selected record and redirects ILL request both to the requesting library and to the supplying library 17
  18. 18. The management systems of the two partner libraries update automatically. BNU – requesting library 18 E ILL SBN redirects the ILL request to BNU (requesting library)
  19. 19. The management systems of the two partner libraries update automatically. Biblioteca generale di Trieste: supplying library 19 E ILL SBN redirects the ILL request to Trieste (supplying library)
  20. 20. ILL SBN acts as a bridge Ø in this case, the request, is automatically transferred to ILL SBN from SBN OPAC Ø ILL SBN acts as a bridge between the management softwares of the two ILL SBN partner libraries Ø  the libraries handle requests using their own software 20
  21. 21. Use of the integrated system – Document Delivery Ø Biblioteca di scienze letterarie e filologiche dell’Università di Torino as requesting library Ø Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg (BNU) as supplying library 21
  22. 22. Requesting library: Biblioteca di scienze letterarie e filologiche dell’Università di Torino (Sebina OL integrated software) E Torino sends the DD request
  23. 23. Supplying library: Bibliothèque Nationale Universitaire de Strasbourg (using Sebina Next integrated software) 23 E BNU sends a copy of the requested document
  24. 24. BNU supplying library: tracking the DD request 24
  25. 25. Benefits of integrated system Ø  Searching the SBN union catalog, locate and simply apply for a document in the same way for all ILL-SBN libraries Ø  Avoiding double work in processing ILL requests with ILL-SBN libraries Ø  Tracking the entire ILL transaction 25
  26. 26. Benefits of integrated system Ø Faster processing of ILL requests Ø Handling more requests in integrated mode, thus ensuring comprehensive statistics 26
  27. 27. Benefits of integrated system Ø  ISO ILL interoperability greatly reduces some of the librarians’ tasks Ø  requests and ILL transactions can be managed on the same system Ø  currently, ILL transactions between BNU and Italian libraries are only handled via e-mail and, as a result, there’s no way to check ILL service, nor to provide accurate statistics about international services 27
  28. 28. Which is your management system? Libraries use many different ILS 28
  29. 29. What kind of institution does your Library belong to? 44% University Libraries 39% City/local Libraries 8% State Libraries Libraries belong to many different institutions 29
  30. 30. Do you provide International ILL/DD service? A majority of Libraries offers International ILL/DD service (79,5%) 30
  31. 31. Do you believe a better interaction between online catalogs and Library services might improve and simplify ILL/DD service to both users and librarians? •  81% strongly agrees •  17% agrees •  1,5% slightly agrees 31
  32. 32. Towards a wider cooperation 32 ILL SBN libraries Sebina Other ILS Aleph Alma ILL-SBN allows to extend the cooperation to libraries that use different applications and communication protocols according to technical specifications of interoperability TCP-IP •  640 Italian libraries currently belong to the ILL-SBN service. •  253 Sebina libraries are integrated via http •  64 Aleph and Alma libraries are integrated with IPIG •  the remaining libraries are working on the web interface
  33. 33. The use of ISIL standard code allows to overcome different library identifiers employed in various ILL systems, resulting in smooth communication in both national and international ILL transactions 33 Towards a wider cooperation
  34. 34. 34 Towards a wider cooperation IDEM IDEntity Management for Federation Access ILL-SBN will soon be a service provided within the IDEM federation interconnected with the EDUGAIN interfederation
  35. 35. Towards a wider cooperation Ø integration can be effectively extended to foreign libraries Ø standard interoperability eliminates language barriers and software differences Ø there is the need of best practices and policies agreements among partner libraries 35
  36. 36. Towards a wider cooperation Our collaborative experience outlines an effective option to cooperate between Italian and foreign libraries, and suggests: Ø  mutual effort and commitment of libraries to progressively integrate services, data and identity management in the web Ø  as the first step towards sharing common rules and policies and the achievement of that ideal objective defined by IFLA 36
  37. 37. Towards a wider cooperation the idea of the global library, a networked resource sharing mechanism that enables access to resources through the collaboration of libraries worldwide IFLA Document delivery and Resource Sharing Section; Action Plan 2016. 1. Mission statement 37
  38. 38. •  Antonella Cossu - antonella.cossu@beniculturali.it ICCU - Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle biblioteche italiane e per le informazioni bibliografiche http://www.iccu.sbn.it •  Pascal Godard – pascal.godard@bnu.fr Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg •  Antonella Orviati – orviatia@units.it Università degli studi di Trieste – Biblioteca generale- Prestito Interbibliotecario centralizzato •  Ornella Salvioni - ornella.salvioni@unito.it Università degli studi di Torino – Biblioteca di scienze letterarie e filologiche •  Serena Sangiorgi – serena.sangiorgi@unipr.it Università degli studi di Parma – Biblioteca politecnica – ingegneria e architettura 39

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