December 4, 2020

HathiTrust Has Posted Their March, 2011 Activities Update

Access the complete update here. A PDF version is also available.

Topics Include:

  • TRAC Certification
  • Open Webinar
  • IMLS Quality Grant

You’ll also read about HT developing a print holdings database. Here’s a part of the post:

HathiTrust has been working to design and populate a database of information representing the print holdings of all partner institutions. This database will serve a number of important functions:

  • It will support analysis of the overlap of institutions’ print holdings with digital holdings in HathiTrust – this information is required in order to implement the new financial model.
  • It will form a foundation for the expansion of legal uses of materials in HathiTrust (e.g. services to users with print disabilities) by partner institutions.
  • It will facilitate collaborative collection development and management operations.

To date, approximately 119.5 million rows of data have been received from partners, with each row representing one copy of a single volume monographic print item that is (or previously was) held at a partner institution.

Also Included in the Update:

  • An Ingest Update
  • Reports from Working Groups
  • Development Updates
  • April Forecast
  • HathiTrust Technology Spotlight

Number of volumes added during March, 2011

March Total
Columbia University 15 58,480
Cornell University 31,371 280,381
Indiana University 1,093 182,988
Library of Congress 1,093 182,988
New York Public Library 126 258,691
Penn State University 1,824 38,998
Princeton University 8,758 228,224
University of California 62,804 2,367,215
The University of Chicago 1,945 5,172
University of Illinois 73 14,501
University of Madrid 2,774 88,311
University of Michigan 15,038 4,318,394
University of Minnesota 4,068 83,566
University of Wisconsin 12,206 443,370
Yale University Library 21 161
Total 213,534 8,430,230

Public Domain (~26%)

Total 231,171* 2,204,521

* This count includes volumes already in the repository to which rights holders have newly opened access

Access the complete update here. A PDF version is also available.

About Gary Price

Gary Price (gprice@mediasourceinc.com) is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at Ask.com, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.

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