VOLUME 16, NO.1 SPRING 2006
LIBRARY INFORMATION NETWORK FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES
New LINCC Interlibrary Loan Module
Executive Director's Message-2
LINCCWeb Refinement Continues-3
Preparation for Upgrade to Aleph
Version 17 Continues-4
Ask a Librarian Update-4
Digital Resources, System Refinement
Among Activities Planned-5
Library Consultative Visits-5
News From LINCC Libraries-6
CCLA Staff News-7
Calendar of Events
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New LINCC Interlibrary
Loan Module Activated
Staff at college libraries around the state now have a new resource sharing tool: LINCC
Interlibrary Loan (ILL). CCLA activated the new module at all 28 colleges in June. College
libraries can use the module to borrow and lend local library materials among them-
selves. LINCC's behind-the-scenes library management system facilitates the transac-
tions, tracks the materials from point-to-point and generates reports for each library about
their loaned items.
Enthusiasm about the new ILL module among library staff is high. "I'm really excited
about the new module," said Carolyn Zaput, Interlibrary Loan Librarian at Manatee Com-
munity College. "Its interactivity with the Aleph software eliminates additional, manual
steps. It tracks the item, updates due dates ...
the whole shebang!" --
An Immediate Impact
"In the short time since the module has been
available, library staff have already used it to
enter nearly 300 ILL requests," said Scott
Schmucker, CCLA Library Services Consultant
and lead of the LINCC ILL project. Those re-
quests, noted Schmucker, represent both actual
patron requests for library materials from other
LINCC libraries, and those entered by librarians L.
still familiarizing themselves with the module.
This ability for LINCC libraries to borrow and
lend among themselves is one that CCLA has Scott Schmucker, CCLA Library Services Con-
sultant, trains college library staff on LINCC's
worked diligently to restore since migrating its sltnt train colee library ta on INCC
new Interlibrary Loan module.
foundation library management system (LMS)
software from DRA to Aleph (developed by vendor Ex Libris) in 2004-a migration under-
taken simultaneously by Florida's colleges and public universities to create a same-soft-
ware automated library environment.
Commented Schmucker, "At the time we migrated to Aleph, the software didn't offer ILL
capabilities. We've worked closely with Ex Libris and with our advisory committees to
deliver this new module to our libraries."
Module Prototype and Staff Training
In preparation for the module's statewide activation, CCLA collaborated with LINCC
libraries in region IV Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco-Hernando, Polk, South Florida, St.
("LINCC ILL" continued on page 4)
Executive Director's Message
Student access to shared resources has been a high priority for CCLA since its beginning. This fiscal
year will mark a new milestone in online resource sharing as a result of recent action by the Florida
Legislature. During the last legislative session, permanent funding was provided that will establish a
Shared collection of eResources for use by students at all 28 colleges statewide.
An Historical Perspective
Florida's community college students have benefited from several online resource access initiatives.
Florida libraries worked to pioneer access to shared eResource collections in the late 1990's with the
establishment of the Distance Learning Library Initiative (DLLI)-a collaborative effort among the State
University System, the Community College System, and the State Library of Florida. DLLI funding
by J. Richard Madaus,
Executive Director ended in 2001, and colleges continued to provide access to electronic resources via institutional
contribution. CCLA continued its agent role, leveraging those colleges' purchasing power by negoti-
ating the best possible licensing terms on their behalf. CCLA also continued to enhance and refine its process for transparently
authenticating student use of those local resources through LINCCWeb, the library information web access point used by college
In 2003, additional online resources became available through the Florida Electronic Library project-a project funded in part
through by the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) and managed by the State Library of Florida. However, the need
still remained to provide a core set of shared resources relevant to and accessible by community college students.
2006: A Milestone for Student Access to Electronic Library Resources
Through the combined support of the state's 28 community colleges, the Florida Department of Education, and the Division of
Community Colleges and Workforce Education, the Florida Legislature has established permanent funding for a core set of high-
quality resources accessible by all Florida community college students, regardless of the size or location of their college. Such
access serves to level the playing field for all students, from those attending the largest college to those attending the smallest and
In today's increasingly information-based economy, the capacity to utilize quality information resources during the educational
process is critical in preparing students to enter the workforce or to further their educations. The funding for eResources provided by
the Legislature opens a new era in educational experience for Florida's community college students. Today's students are interested
in accessing library resources wherever and whenever they need them. The addition of these new eResources to LINCCWeb will
significantly extend the reach of traditional library services and enhance the benefit of libraries to their students.
Selection: A Serious Responsibility Being Taken Seriously
While nearly $4 million is now available to acquire eResources needed by community college students, those funds cover only a
portion of the resources available in the marketplace. Over the past weeks, we have worked closely and collaboratively with our
Advisory Board which includes representatives from each of the 28 community colleges to identify those electronic resources that
will comprise the shared collection for all colleges. This is a process that both we and the Advisory Board take very seriously, with an
admirable level of commitment and professional pride. As the list of shared resources is finalized, staff here at CCLA will draw upon
our experience and the good working relationships that we have fostered with database vendors to leverage these taxpayer dollars
and maximize the benefit of these eResources to students. Negotiations with those vendors have now begun, with plans to have
contracts finalized and resources available from LINCCWeb by September 1, 2006.
A Debt of Gratitude
It's nearly impossible to name all of the people who have worked so diligently over the past years to make this achievement possible.
The Community College Council of Presidents deserves special thanks for their support and their recognition that these resources
are an "investment" for their students. I'd also like to thank the many directors and frontline staff of the college libraries who have
continued to champion this cause on behalf of the students, faculties and staffs they so proudly and professionally serve.
And finally, I'd like to thank the Legislature and their commitment to ensuring that our colleges' students have the educational tools
they need to be successful in their education and beyond.
LINCCWeb Refinement Continues; New Features, Resources Added
Atop priority for CCLA is the continued refinement of LINCCWeb
(www.linccweb.org), the statewide library information portal
used by students at Florida's community colleges.
Ex Libris, the developer of LINCCWeb's foundation software
applications MetaLib and SFX, continues to build upon those
web tools. Such enhancements appropriate for implementation
in LINCCWeb are evaluated by CCLA and its Information
Resources Standing Committee, comprised of frontline library
staff. CCLA then works with Ex Libris and college libraries to
refine and test the new features before activating them statewide
for use at all LINCC libraries.
LINCCWeb Course Reserves
CCLA recently activated new Course Reserves functionality in
LINCCWeb. The optional functionality enables LINCCWeb
users to search the LINCCWeb catalog for local course
materials. Prior to its activation, library staff at Gulf Coast,
Valencia and Miami Dade colleges prototyped the new
functionality and provided valuable input into the software's
development. Eleven of the state's 28 colleges have now
activated the new service. Libraries interested in activating
LINCC Course Reserves should contact CCLA's Service Desk.
MetaLib Refinements Continue
CCLA continues to work with LINCC libraries, and within its
advisory process, to refine new MetaLib software recently
activated by CCLA. The new MetaLib software offers LINCCWeb
users a more streamlined interface and improved e-journal
Developed by Ex Libris, MetaLib is foundation software used by
LINCCWeb to provide multi-database searching.
eBook Offerings Expanded
NetLibrary recently enhanced its eBook offerings, adding nearly
3,400 titles to its collection. A number of the additional titles
are public domain books. The 3,400 new titles, along with
other statewide and local NetLibrary eBooks collections, are
available from the LINCCWeb catalog at: www.linccweb.org.
New LINCCWeb Catalog
CCLA will activate new enhancements to its LINCCWeb catalog,
based on Ex Libris's Aleph version 17 software, on July 31.
The catalog includes materials held by community colleges.
LINCC library staff are currently previewing the new
Legislature Funds Electronic Library Resources for Colleges
In its final 2006-07 budget, the Florida Legislature funded a
$3.9 million request by the Division of Community Colleges
and Workforce Education, and by CCLA, to acquire a core set
of high-quality electronic library resources for use by students
all 28 colleges. The appropriation included approximately $2.5
million in recurring funds, with the remaining $1.4 million non-
Key CCLA staff spent the latter part of June working
collaboratively with its Advisory Board which includes
representatives from each of the state's 28 colleges to review
the eResources marketplace, survey institutional perspective of
needed resources, and identify the resources to be acquired.
To assist in selecting resources to be acquired with the $2.5
million in recurring funds, CCLA administered an electronic
survey to administrators at each library with names and
descriptions of the 166 eResources currently under subscription
by community colleges. Each college prioritized the resources
based on the needs of its patrons. During a series of conference
calls, the Advisory Board reached unanimous vote on a core
set of resources that addresses the priority needs of all institutions
and completely commits the recurring funds appropriated by
The Board also supported an approach to utilize the $1.4 million
in non-recurring funds. That approach will include the acquisition
of approximately 13,000 new eBook titles, and the purchase
(permanent ownership) of several key high-use eResources
currently offered by all colleges. Such ownership will provide
significant long-term savings compared to their annual
CCLA is now negotiating with vendors to acquire the eResources
selected by its Advisory Board and will publish the complete list
once those negotiations are completed.
The new eResources will be available to community college
students from LINCCWeb beginning September 1, 2006.
Is Your Library Represented?
CCLA's conference facilities feature an extensive gallery of photos of Florida's college campus libraries. The gallery provides great
exposure for libraries during visits from college presidents, state and national library leaders, CCLA advisory groups, and others
within the Florida educational community. Make sure your campus library is represented! For more information about submitting
a new or updated photo of your community college campus library, contact Mark Adams at CCLA: email@example.com.
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More than 700 Library Staff Trained On
New LINCC Software
CCLA recently wrapped up regional training of library staff on
LINCC's new Aleph version 17 software. Seven hundred forty
college library staff participated in the training from May through
July. A total of 53 separate training events were offered.
"The turnout for version 17 training was tremendous," commented
Linda McCarthy, CCLA Assistant Director for Library Services.
"There are a lot of nice improvements to the software and staff at
the libraries picked up on the changes quickly. Training went
smoothly and staff are eager to begin using the new software at
CCLA provided comprehensive, instructor-led training on all
LINCC library management system (LMS) modules, including
LINCC Circulation, Acquisitions, Serials, Cataloging and
Interlibrary Loan. Training on the LINCCWeb catalog (OPAC)
was delivered via live, interactive webcasts.
"The webcasts are something new we're offering, and based on
the positive feedback we've received thus far from participants,
it's definitely an area that we will continue to develop," said
McCarthy. "The webcasts provide opportunities for additional
library staff to participate in LINCC training who might otherwise
not be able to participate due to their college's limited travel or
McCarthy also noted that a new web-based course on basic
LINCC functionality will be introduced this summer.
Preparation for Aleph v.17 Continues
CCLA continues its development and testing of Aleph soft-
ware version 17 in preparation for a July 31 upgrade. Devel-
oped by vendor Ex Libris, Aleph is the foundation software of
LINCC's library management system .
(LMS), operated behind-the-scenes by :--
community college library staff.
"The largest tasks developing mod-
ules, configuring and testing servers,
working through data conversions,
identifying and fixing software issues Mike
are behind us," said Mike Ryan, CCLA's CCLA Coordinator of
Coordinator of LMS Products. "We're LMS Products
now testing our data conversion processes and readying for
the full upgrade."
Detailed information about the LINCC software upgrade, in-
cluding a timeline and list of new features offered by the
software, is available from CCLA's web site at:
LINCC ILL (continued from page 1)
Petersburg, and Edison colleges -- for an extensive prototype
period, during v,hich lime the new module was put through
its paces in a live environment using both centralized and
decentralized ILL processing scenarios Libraries participating
in the prototype phase provided valuable feedback and
recommendations CCLA used that teedback to further reine
the module to meet the unique lending and borrowing needs
of community colleges.
"We extended the prototype period through the spring term to
allow the libraries and us the opportunity lo gain experience
with ILL Iransactions under normal operating conditions,"
Schmucker said, adding that the prototype experience was
valuable not only for helping CCLA prepare the module for
its initial activation, but also for identifying opportunities for
To prepare LINCC libraries to use the ILL module, CCLA trained
more than 120 college library staff statewide. With the module
now available, CCLA is working with college libraries to identify
additional ILL training needs
Phase II Development
This fall, CCLA will begin working on the next phase of its
LINCC inlerlibrary loan development, enhancing the new
module to offer resource sharing communications beyond
LINCC libranes. CCLA will work within its advisory process to
expand the LINCC ILL module to interact with other compatible
catalogs and ILL systems
Ask a Librarian Update
CCLA and the Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC) have
consolidated several areas of responsibility for the Ask a Librarian
virtual reference service:
* TBLC now has responsibility for the service's coordination
and administration, including training library staff,
coordinating hours for the collaborative service, and
submitting information to the Florida Electronic Library about
Ask a Librarian for its annual LSTA grant request.
CCLA will continue to operate, manage and enhance Ask a
Librarian's computing platform, based on Docutek software.
The Florida Electronic Library is responsible for facilitating
the LSTA grant request, and for service marketing and
Visit Ask a Librarian online at: www.askalibrarian.org. For more
information about the service, including a complete list of
participating libraries, visit: http://info.askalibrarian.org.
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Digital Resources, System Refinement Among Activities Planned for 2006-07
CCLA presented a summary of key activities planned for 2006-
2007 to its Advisory Board at their June meeting in Orlando.
CCLA Deputy Executive Director Ann Armbrister, who leads the
plan's annual development, pointed to enhancement of core
services LINCCWeb and LINCC's library management system
(LMS) and a new venture into digital content as the top activities
for the coming year.
"Enhacing LINCCWeb's content and refining the LINCC library
management system remain our priorities," said Armbrister "That
is where we will concentrate the majority of our resources, fully
developing those services to meet user needs." CCLA will
continue to provide support for those and all of its services
through consultation with LINCC libraries, library staff training,
and using its centralized service desk.
In her presentation to the Board, Armbrister highlighted several
new activities that CCLA will undertake in 2006-07, including
CCLA will continue to work with its Adsisory Board to select
and acquire a shared collection of databases and other
eResources accessible from LINCCWeb. The Legislature recently
appropriated funding to establish the shared collection.
LINCC Library Management System (LMS)
Followng the upgrade to Aleph ..ersion 17 software, CCLA
will begin implementation and testing of a new media
management capability [incorporating item booking), and will
expand LINCC's recenllv-activated inlerlibrary loan (ILL) module
beyond community college libraries. Improvement of behind-
the-scenes operations, such as data loading, will also continue.
Digital Content Initiative
In 2006, CCLA will begin an initiative to enhance LINCC
content with the addition ot colleges' digital holdings. Said
Library Consultative Visits
CCLA concluded its spring library consultative visits in July. A
cornerstone among CCLA's services, the on-site visits to each
college offer library and key CCLA staff a valuable forum to
exchange information and discuss LINCC-related products and
services at an institutional level.
The focus of the spring visits was on local preparation for LINCC
Aleph version 17 and enhancements to LINCCWeb.
Armbrister, "Our intent is to enhance LINCC with the addition
of digital content-the documents, photos, artifacts, and other
cultural heritage materials that LINCC libraries own. A number
of LINCC libraries have expressed interest in making -heir
digitally-preserved items available from LINCC's online catalog
and we're prepared to explore this opportunity" Gulf Coast
and Broward community colleges, among others, are in the
process of building local digital collections As part of its
planning, CCLA hopes to draw upon those libraries' experience.
along .-.ilh the experiences of other library organizations that
have launched successful digital initioall.es.
User Education and Consultation
Training college library staff to use and delh.er LINCC services
to students remains a cornerstone service of CCLA In the
coming year, CCLA's library staff education program,
LINCCLearn, will again offer a blended learning approach
that combines instructor-led training ..,ith con.eninrii and cost-
effecti.'e web-oased and '.eebcast courses.
CCLA is committed once again to visiting each college during
2006-07 to consult on LINCC services. Such consultation is
customized to the unique needs of each college.
The LINCC system and CCLA owe much of their success to an
effective ad'.isory process. In l'e corning year. CCL-. ...II
continue to .-ork closely vith its Ad .isor) Board, Execuhlie
Committee, standing committees. and frontline library staff to
collect input about ways to improve LINCC services
For a summary of CCLAs 2006-07 Implementooron Plan. go
to: www cclaflori;d orgc does impsi.iummrnn 200607 pdf
New Ex Libris Users Group
Membership in the Ex Libris Users Group of North America
(ELUNA) is now available to individual libraries. ELUNA combines
the legacy North American Aleph Users Group (NAAUG) and
the SFX-MetaLib Users Group (SMUG). CCLA maintains
membership in both ELUNA and the International Group of Ex
Libris Users (IGeLU).
Libraries interested in joining ELUNA are encouraged to visit its
web site at: www.elu-na.org.
News from LINCC Libraries
Manatee Community College
Meg Hawkins, Information Literacy Librarian at Manatee
Community College, received national recognition when she
was invited to participate in a poster
presentation about "Quantitative and
Qualitative Methods of Assessment" at the
American Library Association (ALA) Annual
Conference. The poster presentations,
which took place on June 24 in New
Orleans, showcase model programs from
the Association of College and Research Hawkins
Libraries (ACRL) Immersion Program experience. Hawkins was
the only presenter selected from community colleges nationwide.
Hawkins previously served on a national ALA committee on
teaching and learning at community colleges, and earlier this
year was one of four from MCC to win National Institute for
Staff and Organizational Development awards for excellence.
St. Petersburg College
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
presented SPC Library Director Susan Anderson with its 2006
Community College Learning Resources Leadership Award in
the Community and Junior College Libraries section. Anderson
received the award at June's American Library Association (ALA)
Annual Conference. The award honors
significant achievement in the advocacy of
libraries and learning resources, and
leadership in professional organizations.
"This is a wonderful honor and a tribute to
the commitment made by St. Petersburg
College to provide outstanding library
services," Anderson said.
Anderson In the award announcement, award
committee chair Alice Lubrecht stated, "Susan Anderson
embodies the spirit of the CJCLS/EBSCO Leadership award
criteria. She consistently contributes to the mission of community
colleges in general and specifically within her institution through
her outstanding work. This work exemplifies the highest quality
work of an academic professional in that it includes research
and publication, service within her institution, service within
her community, and commitment to and service within her
professional association and her colleagues. She is much
admired and respected in her academic community."
Anderson, who will retire from SPC this August, has been active
in Florida's library community for more than 25 years. She is
past President of the Florida Library Association and past Chair
of CCLA's Advisory Board. She currently serves on CCLA's
Executive Committee. Anderson is editor of Community and
Junior College Libraries, and serves nationally on the NCES
Academic Library Survey Committee and on the ALA Task Force
for Media Guidelines for Academic Libraries.
St. Petersburg College
Deborah Robinson has been selected as the new Library Director at
St. Petersburg College upon the retirement of the library's current
Director, Susan Anderson, in August 2006.
Robinson is Assistant Director of the Library at Howard
Community College in Columbia, Maryland, and served as
head of the Instruction Program at the U.S. Naval Academy's
Nimitz Library in Annapolis from 2002-2005 and as head of
Electronic Resources from 2000-2002. P rior to that, she was
a reference and instruction librarian, and the coordinator of
electronic resources, at St. Petersburg College's Clearwater
campus, where she was instrumental in launching the library's
Information Literacy program.
She currently serves as Vice-President of the Academic and
Research Libraries Division of the Maryland Library Association.
Tallahassee Community College
Library Director Cherry Alexander has been awarded TCC's 2005-
2006 Humanitarian of the Year Award. The award honors
TCC employees who demonstrate extraordinary humanitarian
service in areas such as aid to the hungry, homeless, or sick;
protection of the environment; work for the elimination of
prejudice and injustice; or efforts to help resolve community or
national conflict. She won the award for youth outreach and
for her assistance in continuing to help eliminate prejudice
Alexander also recently won the Gold Star Award, given by the
Tallahassee Chapter of the National Hook-up of Black Women,
Incorporated. The award is presented annually to individuals
who have significantly impacted the local black community
through education. Alexander won the award for her
contributions to the Black History Calendar.
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CCLA Staff News
* Assistant Director for Library Software Operations, GaryJohnson,
joined CCLA in May. Formerly the Network Operations Direc-
tor for the South Dakota Library Network, Gary will oversee
LMS, LINCCWeb and data management operations.
* Brian Narkinsky joined CCLA in May as a Senior Systems Ana-
lyst. His responsibilities will include system-level support of the
LINCC LMS, LINCCWeb, and other external CCLA/LINCC ser-
vices. Brian was formerly a Systems Programmer at the De-
partment of Environmental Protection.
* Chris Yearwood joined CCLA in June as a Web Programmer Ana-
lyst, a position he previously held at the Florida Department of
Revenue. Chris's responsibilities will include development and
support of LINCCWeb applications and other CCLA web-based
* Senior Library Services Consultant Brenda Rutten has been elected
chair of the six-member Ex Libris Users of North America
(ELUNA) Aleph Circulation/Reserves/ILL Enhancement Group.
The group is working on Aleph version 20.
* Library Services Consultant Scott Schmucker has been selected to
chair a new ELUNA ILL interest group.
* Library Services Consultants CherieMcCraw and Dave Whisenant have
been selected to serve on the ELUNA Acquisitions/Serials En-
hancement Group and Cataloging/Authorities Enhancement
Group, respectively. Those groups are working on Aleph ver-
* Greg Lee, Senior Web Developer, has been selected to serve on
the International Group of Ex Libris Users (IGeLU) X-Server
focus group. The group will focus on the enhancement of X-
Server functions within Ex Libris systems.
* Library Reports Coordinator Susan Campbell has been selected to
a two-year term on the Library and Information Technology
Association (LITA) Technology and Access Committee.
Campbell will also serve on a NISO Circulation Interchange
Protocol-lmplementers Group (NCIP-IG) subcommittee on
documentation and profiles.
As of June 30, 2006
LINCC Library Holdings
TOTAL User Searches
Jul 2004 Jun 2005 '
Jul 2005-Jun 2006
TOTAL Circulation 98,047 89,072 1,389,478 1 .30 1,582
* Year-to-date LINCCWeb slaiui.ci are reported or, a lscal %ar bas1 Ju.l, I through June '.i0
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LINCC Database Statistics
As of June 30, 2006
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MARC bibliographic records
MARC authority records
Circulation borrower records
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2006 Calendar of Events
Independence Day, CCLA offices closed
Site visit, Lake-Sumter CC
Labor Day, CCLA offices closed
CCLA Executive Committee meeting, Tallahassee
17 CCLA regional Advisory Board meeting Region
IV, Polk CC
19 CCLA regional Advisory Board meeting Region I,
10 Veterans Day holiday, CCLA offices closed
15 CCLA regional Advisory Board meeting Region III,
1 6 CCLA regional Advisory Board meeting Region II,
St. Johns River CC
Thanksgiving holiday, CCLA offices closed
CCLA regional Advisory Board meeting Region V,
Miami Dade College
CCLA Executive Committee meeting, Fort Pierce
FCLA-CCLA joint meeting, Fort Pierce
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