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Formula & Score-at-a-Glance
2.3 Evaluate and replace enterprise and ancillary online systems
Formula #1: Number of library serves and self-hosted services < online systems that support library community practice and standards
Formula #2: Number of home-grown systems < commercial services
Establish a variety of committees and/or task forces, including the Scheduling Software Task Force
Participate in statewide programs ??
Online systems demonstrably meet user needs and provide an enhanced user experience consistent with university systems and library community practice and standards.
Gate count and usage increases for both physical and online resources.
Home-grown booking system replaced by LibCal by FY 2017
Squirrel Mail accounts that are both incoming and outgoing will be switched to Outlook by 2017
SUMA will be piloted in FY 2017
ILLiad will be moved to either a virtual server or cloud hosting by OCLZC when the warranty on the current server runs out – which fiscal year?
The FLITE web site will be moved to Omni by FY 19
* The KCAD web site will be moved to Omni by FY 20
Library management system (LMS) will be replaced by FY 2019
OLLARA (home-grown ERM) will be replaced with new LMS by FY2019
Rubrics/Questions Used to Determine Score
Have we eliminated home-grown systems?
How many cloud-hosted solutions have we implemented to replace older systems?
Have we reduced the number of servers in the FLITE server room?
Has staff time needed to maintain servers, upgrade operating systems, install patches, upgrade local instance of system software, etc. been reduced?
Have library services for end-users been enhanced?
Is there seamless integration between library services and campus ERP systems?
Are there more efficient staff workflows?
Home-grown booking system replaced by LibCal (August 2016)
We are involved in the Michigan Academic Shared Library Management System RFP process
We are adding new Springshare products to harmonize our web-based services offerings
Database listing pages replaced by Springshare A-Z assets (September 2016)
ILLiad was moved to a virtual server (Late fall 2018)
The FLITE web site was moved to Omni (August 2018)
Library management system (LMS) implementation plans began in Fall 2018 with planned implementation in Summer 2019
Data Collector & Frequency
Web Services Librarian
Gary Maixner ??