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Slide 1:The Information Tornado: Toto I don't think we're in Kansas anymore!

Stephen Abram VP Innovation, SirsiDynix Northwest ILL Conference Sept. 15, 2005, Portland, OR

Slide 6:Simple Stories From ALA Midwinter

Florida Florida's public libraries return $6.54 for every $1.00 invested from all sources! South Carolina The total direct and indirect return on investment for every $1 expended on the state’s public libraries by SC State and local governments is $4.48—almost 350%!

Slide 7:Simple Stories From ALA Midwinter

Free = Unfettered Access Sharon Terry has an amazing story. Watch a video and hear her tell it online: http://arl.cni.org/sparc/meetings/ala05mw

Slide 8:Simple Stories From Denver ILL

Professor William (Ned) Friedman University of Colorado Friedman Lab Flowers and spermazones Erin Robertson Center for Native Ecosystems Endangered plants and animals Linda Quirk University of Toronto Poet Pauline Johnson

Slide 9:The Qianlong emperor, 1711-1799

Dedication of the Greatest Library in World's History

Mayans and Incas . . .

Slide 11:Flavius Josephus

Slide 12:GoogleZon

Check out: http://www.robinsloan.com/epic/

Slide 13:GoogleZon

May 2005 - TiVo and Google are talking… May 2005 - TiVo and Yahoo! are talking… May 2005 - Google gets two patents for a quality algorithm… May 2005 – U of AZ adds article writing software… Sept. 2005 – Reuters rumour, eBay buys Skype May 2005 - Google Offers free homepages, personalized June 2005 - Google Wallet “leaked” to WSJ/NYT June 2005 - Google does a 3D scan of San Francisco June 2005 – Office Hunting – Seattle (done) Boston, Chicago

Which one is Sergey and which one is the other guy…?

Add 200 database Suppliers (MS already has 120+ Make it OpenURL compliant Make it Browserless Add a toolbar that behaves in a research way Integrate e-commerce for articles, standards, etc. Predict their needs through mining of Gmail, surfing, and behaviours Personalize it and track your needs and Add alerts … Add for online discussions, communities of practice, group and Individual blogs and connections through social networking software Add tools – citation, RefWorks, ProCite, stat packages, AddAds And then make Google your operating system – like Windows… Add Virtual Reference

WARNING Image contains hidden message Google Scholar…

Slide 23: Print

250,000 Books . . . How does that compare to your library?

Slide 25:

& OCLC Toolbar

Slide 27:Google & Kansas City

Sooooo… where are we?

3D

RSS

Search Happy 10th Birthday 6 years old Born Feb. 2, 2005 Grade 4 Newborn Kindergarten

Slide 40:Is Google (opr MSN orYahoo!) that 5 inch wave. . . ?

Slide 43:Is Google that 5 inch wave. . . ?

Slide 45:

The power of libraries

Slide 46:So what do we do…?

Slide 47:New (newish) now

E-communities Virtual communities Wiki Dating… Socially driven everything Tagging

Slide 48:Your collaboration space

Calendar Website Telephone list E-mail contacts, nicknames Buddy lists Communities of practice Communities of Interest

Slide 49:Folksonomies

Slide 52:Social Networking Software

LinkedIn Plaxo Orkut Friendster Tribe.net Refernet Shortcut Yahoo! 360

Slide 53:Social Networking Software

Library

Slide 54:Social Bookmarking Software

Blinkx del.icio.us FURL Unalog

Self Others Self Others Tag User Content Creator Source: DLIB Links Web Pages Scholarly General Tag User Content Creator Source: DLIB

Slide 57:Del.icio.us

Slide 58:Flickr

Slide 59:Referrals

Amazon.com recommendations Social network invites gMail invites

Slide 60:Reinvent the librarian

Slide 61:Reinvent the librarian

Virtual Reference IM Jybe Skype

Slide 62:Know your market

Learning Styles Multiple Intelligences EI and IQ

Slide 63:Know your market Know your users

Normative Data Project http://www.librarynormativedata.info

Slide 64:SirsiDynix Personas Project

Usability vs. Satisfaction Real needs Transactions vs. transformations Cynefin

Slide 65:Build context first

It’s not about the Library! It is about five very specific user spaces, communities . . . Learning Research Entertainment Neighbourhood Workplace

Slide 66:Get Visual

Slide 70:Federated Identity Management

RFID Biometrics Smartcards U of Toronto and ADA

Slide 71:Get more comfortable with newer formats

Slide 72:Podcasting

Slide 73:Podcasting

PalmOS + First to market - Back-end systems Symbian + Mainstream mfg. - Enterprise software Windows CE + Enterprise software - Mainstream mfg.

Slide 75:The Smartphone Emerges

To many people, smartphones are the embodiment of the “ultimate converged mobile device.” A phone that functions as a PDA seems to be what users have been seeking. Products such as those shown above offer complete cellular phone functions, while simultaneously supporting the broad range of PDA applications. However, simultaneous voice and data operation is difficult when the phone is used without a headset; one must move the phone away from the head to look at information. Speaker phones can be problematic in noisy environments. Several categories of smartphones have emerged. Products such as the Handspring Treo require keyboard and pen operation. They are flexible on the data side, but can be cumbersome to use as a phone. Newer products, such as the Microsoft Smart Phone from Orange, can be operated with one hand and no pen. They are more-convenient and likely will comprise the bulk of smartphone shipments. This latter category includes two subcategories: “read-centric,” meaning the devices are optimal for viewing documents but restrictive for input due to the keypad, and “data-entry-centric,” such as the Nokia 6800. Nokia 6800 is not yet a smartphone because of its internal capabilities but is an example of this category. Action Item: IS organizations must educate users about the benefits and detriments of smartphones and wireless PDAs.To many people, smartphones are the embodiment of the “ultimate converged mobile device.” A phone that functions as a PDA seems to be what users have been seeking. Products such as those shown above offer complete cellular phone functions, while simultaneously supporting the broad range of PDA applications. However, simultaneous voice and data operation is difficult when the phone is used without a headset; one must move the phone away from the head to look at information. Speaker phones can be problematic in noisy environments. Several categories of smartphones have emerged. Products such as the Handspring Treo require keyboard and pen operation. They are flexible on the data side, but can be cumbersome to use as a phone. Newer products, such as the Microsoft Smart Phone from Orange, can be operated with one hand and no pen. They are more-convenient and likely will comprise the bulk of smartphone shipments. This latter category includes two subcategories: “read-centric,” meaning the devices are optimal for viewing documents but restrictive for input due to the keypad, and “data-entry-centric,” such as the Nokia 6800. Nokia 6800 is not yet a smartphone because of its internal capabilities but is an example of this category. Action Item: IS organizations must educate users about the benefits and detriments of smartphones and wireless PDAs.

Slide 76:Personal Phones

Slide 80:Everything’s getting smaller

Slide 81:Tiny hard drives

Hitachi 1 inch to 1.8 inches Slim or Mikey 8-10 or 30-40 Gigabytes >49 grams 5 mm – 8 mm

Slide 82:USB drive with Fingerprint

Slide 83:SanDisk BookLocker

SanDisk BookLocker 22/02/2005 Ready for little tykes to cart USB thumbdrives instead of huge tomes of textbooks to school? SanDisk, which recently launched SD cards with built-in USB and translucent flash memory cards, aims to change the face of textbooks as we know it, while reaping a few e-publishing profits along the way. Its Cruzer USB drive strives to pack e-books into a special secure drive called BookLocker. While this is unlikely to raise eyebrows, the BookLocker begs to differ with enhanced software that securely provides electronic texts for educational applications and markets (albeit via proprietary DRM). Of course, unlike readily accessible paper-based books, users will still need a PC or notebook to read off the BookLocker

Slide 84:SanDisk SD card with USB

SD card with built-in USB 11/01/2005 Time to retire your memory card reader. Amazingly, SanDisk has managed to embed high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity into an SD card, bringing plug-and-play convenience to a new level. Now all you have to do is plug your SD card direct into any USB port to begin transferring your data, images, audio or video between devices. The new mechanical design does away with the need for a removable cap and even features an LED that blinks when data transfer is taking place--all on the tiny foam factor. Hopefully, twice the convenience won't mean twice the price.

Slide 85:Tinyapps.org

Add applications to your USB: Tiny Firefox Tiny Trillian Tiny Text Tiny Spreadsheets Tiny Firewalls Tiny Virus checkers

Slide 86:Lead the wireless revolution

Slide 87:Next Massive Wave of Innovation and Demand for IT Will Start in 2006/7

Secure Broadband Wireless Low-Power-Consumption Mobile/Display Devices Real-Time Infra- structure Transition to Service-oriented architecture 2006/7 True individual technology breakthroughs are few and far between. The microprocessor was one and the relational database was another. Most surprising changes in the industry result from the confluence of several technology advances that, when put together, create whole new platforms for innovation and growth. We can see the new platform, as shown above. We believe that the shift is inevitable, that it will start in 2006 and that the ramifications will be large. Please bear in mind that 2006/7 is the “trigger” year, where advanced organizations will begin to exploit this next wave; mainstream acceptance will inevitably lag by several years.True individual technology breakthroughs are few and far between. The microprocessor was one and the relational database was another. Most surprising changes in the industry result from the confluence of several technology advances that, when put together, create whole new platforms for innovation and growth. We can see the new platform, as shown above. We believe that the shift is inevitable, that it will start in 2006 and that the ramifications will be large. Please bear in mind that 2006/7 is the “trigger” year, where advanced organizations will begin to exploit this next wave; mainstream acceptance will inevitably lag by several years.

Slide 88:Wireless

Slide 90:Bidirectional wireless module

Hydro Broadband

Slide 91:Blog

Slide 92:RSS

Slide 93:Simple Collaboration Tools

MSN .NET Messenger AOL Internet Messenger ICQ Yahoo! Messenger Yahoo! IMvironments IRC Trillian by Cerulean 85%+ of people from ages 15-25 have at least one IM account - only 5% of over 30’s Messenger

Slide 94:IM

Aaron Schmidt. . . Thomas Ford Memorial PL and Walking Paper Blog Pennsylvania State U

Slide 95:Make the library discoverable

Identity Search Renew Kids Teens

Shared Ideas Shared Creation Shared Presence Collaborative Design E-Mail Instant Messaging Networked Virtual Worlds Videoconferencing Web Conferencing Discussion Databases Workflow Content Mgmt. Intranets Avatars Portals

Slide 96:Knowledge Workplace

How will emerging technologies transform specific business functions? The character of the e-workplace is not determined only by business processes and IT systems. The character of the work itself is changing. As work increasingly requires situational knowledge, the likelihood that people will work collaboratively, just-in-time and in multiple teams rises quickly. Collaboration initiatives need to acknowledge the different purposes of collaboration: To share ideas, from ad hoc thoughts in e-mail to completed documents on an intranet To share the creation process in real time or as part of a sequential workflow To share a sense of presence, substituting virtual presence indicators and cues for those available in face-to-face interactions Most enterprises continue to reward people for achieving individual objectives, sometimes adding company performance as a bonus. In a collaborative world, however, performance measures and assessments must focus on people’s contribution to, and participation in, team goals. Action Item: Enterprises must reexamine reward systems, redesign work and distribute workloads appropriately. How will emerging technologies transform specific business functions? The character of the e-workplace is not determined only by business processes and IT systems. The character of the work itself is changing. As work increasingly requires situational knowledge, the likelihood that people will work collaboratively, just-in-time and in multiple teams rises quickly. Collaboration initiatives need to acknowledge the different purposes of collaboration: To share ideas, from ad hoc thoughts in e-mail to completed documents on an intranet To share the creation process in real time or as part of a sequential workflow To share a sense of presence, substituting virtual presence indicators and cues for those available in face-to-face interactions Most enterprises continue to reward people for achieving individual objectives, sometimes adding company performance as a bonus. In a collaborative world, however, performance measures and assessments must focus on people’s contribution to, and participation in, team goals. Action Item: Enterprises must reexamine reward systems, redesign work and distribute workloads appropriately.

Slide 97:So, how should Info Pros react?

Slide 98:BRAINS

We KNOW more than they do! We have VERY high information literacy skills.

Slide 99:HEART

We care about excellent customer service. We strive to meet their REAL needs.

Slide 100:COURAGE

We’re out there every day doing this. We will survive and thrive.

Slide 101:The tornado is coming…

First stop OZ, Emerald City or the root cellar in the dust bowl?

But OZ never did give nothing to the Tin Man, that he didn’t, didn’t already have . . . Written by Dewey Bunnell, 1974, America

Stephen Abram, MLS VP Innovation, SirsiDynix 416-669-4855 [email protected] http://www.sirsidynix.com Thanks                                                                                     Scrabble© Score is: 21 Stephen’s Lighthouse Blog & Stephen’s articles and PPT’s

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