Tune-up Electronic Resources in Alma for better discovery in Primo: Alma Post-migration activities

Title

Tune-up Electronic Resources in Alma for better discovery in Primo: Alma Post-migration activities

Description

Agenda:
1. Introduction
2. Overview: Electronic Resources Migration Process in Alma
3. Link Resolver Process for Community Zone Resources
4. Physical to Electronic Resources Process for Local Resources
5. Collaborative Effort to Enhance Users' Discovery Experiences in Primo

Creator

Ma, Hong
Rollins, Sherri
Chang, Ling-Li
Heller, Margaret

Source

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Format

application/vnd.ms-powerpoint

Language

eng

Type

Text

Abstract

Legacy ILS was designed to handle physical resource, in which electronic resources were managed in the same way as physical resource. Alma treats physical resource and electronic resource in different structure. A physical to electronic resources (P2E) process has been established for migration. The process of electronic resources migration includes the ILS load with P2E conversion and Link Resolver load. The process results in duplicated records particularly for items with purchase order. We will review the electronic resources migration process in Alma and share our strategies of preparing P2E file, cleaning up duplicated electronic resources, grouping standalone P2E migrated portfolios to local electronic collections, structuring electronic resources collection names, standardizing authentication note/public note to improve the user discovery in Primo.

Date Available

2016-10-07

Extent

43 slides

Position: 110 (41 views)

Collection

Citation

Ma, Hong et al., “Tune-up Electronic Resources in Alma for better discovery in Primo: Alma Post-migration activities,” CALASYS - CALA Academic Resources & Repository System, accessed February 25, 2021, https://calasys.cala-web.org/items/show/160.