Department/School

Libraries

Date of this version

6-5-2009

Document Type

Lecture/Speech/Presentation

Keywords

National Information Standards Organization, NISO, Cost of Resource Exchange, CORE, Cost Data Transfer, ILS, ERMS

Abstract

The Cost of Resource Exchange (CORE) standard is a protocol used to move cost data between electronic resource management (ERM) systems and integrated library systems (ILS). This presentation describes how and why the CORE standard was developed, and the methods developed to move from Innovative Interfaces (III) ILS to Serials Solutions ERM while the community waits for the standard to be adopted.

Published in

Serials Librarian

Citation/Other Information

Dani L Roach (Presenter) Sharon Dyas-Correia (Recorder). "Moving Mountains of Cost Data: Standards for ILS to ERMS to Vendors and Back" Serials Librarian 58.1-4 (2010): 198-203.

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.

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