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Libraries in the new network environment. San Jose 16 November 2007 Lorcan Dempsey OCLC. Part 1 Part 2. Part 1: Environment. (CC) licensed 2007 eBoy. Getting things done Workflow. Brand is the new real estate. Discovery happens elsewhere. Chris Beckett

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libraries in the new network environment

Libraries in the new network environment

San Jose

16 November 2007Lorcan DempseyOCLC

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Part 1

Part 2

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Part 1:

Environment

slide5

(CC) licensed 2007 eBoy

Getting things

done

Workflow

slide6

Brand is the

new real estate

slide7

Discovery

happens

elsewhere

slide8

Chris Beckett

http://www.scholinfo.com/presentations/2006/8/10/the-new-world-order-in-collection-development-the-commercial-perspective.html

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Then:the user built their

workflow around the library

Now:the library must build its service

around the user workflow

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Then:resources were scarce and attention

was abundant

Now:attention is scarce and resources

are abundant

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People are

entry points

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Network level

workflow

Google, …

Personal

Workflow

RSS,

toolbars, ..

Institutional

Workflow

Portals,

CMS, IR, …

Integrated

local user

environment?

Library web

presence

Resource

sharing, …

library

Consumer environments

Management environment

Bought

Licensed

Faculty&

students

Digitized

Aggregations

Resource sharing

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Metasearch

Resolver

Catalog

Repositories …

Digital

Research&learning

outputs

Licensed

Print

ERM

Knowledgebase

Repositories …

ILS

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User environment

Switch: delivery, routing, resolution

Management environment

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Webscale …

A library experience which matches the experience of the web?

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Comprehensive

Short path from

discovery to fulfilment

Traverse from

personal to global

Machine interface:

scale with use

Navigation

Adaptive

Recombinant

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Part 2:

The catalog: from discovery to disclosure

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Local Discovery Environments
  • Shared Discovery Environments
  • Syndicated Discovery Environments
  • Leveraged Discovery Environments

Require

disclosure

Remember: focus on catalog

local discovery environment
Local Discovery environment
  • Some (not necessarily aligned) motivations
    • Make data work harder
    • Integrate access to locally managed resources
    • Escape from ILS limitations
  • NCSU
  • Rochester
  • SOLR
  • Worldcat local
  • Primo
  • Encore …
some remarks
Some remarks
  • How does MARC data play with other data
    • Subjects, authors, ..
    • Historic investment in structure?
  • Duplicate cost?
  • Relationship to Metasearch?
  • Social and scale
shared discovery environment
Shared discovery environment
  • Increase impact
    • Create gravitational pull
    • Aggregate demand and supply
  • Reduce costs
some comments
Some comments
  • Integration of discovery to delivery becoming essential
  • A move to shared environments seems more likely with increased ability to ‘view’ different levels
  • Increased gravitational pull: greater use of collections
    • Growing evidence
  • Integration of materials?
syndicated discovery experience
Syndicated discovery experience
  • Syndicate data or service or links
syndicating services
RSS

Portlets

APIs, Protocol-based

Projects

Sakailibrary

Syndicating services

Not as rapid as one might expect?

susan hollar inside the course at michigan diane dallis inside the course at indiana
Susan Hollar - Inside the Course at Michigan Diane Dallis - Inside the Course at Indiana
  • Sakaibrary:
      • Michigan
      • Indiana
some remarks1
Some remarks
  • Syndication of data now common among data providers
  • Routing issue for non-unique materials
    • Resolution
    • Worldcat
  • Libraries exposing licensed content holdings interesting
    • Google Scholar
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Service disclosure less common
    • APIs
    • Web services
    • Portlets
    • HTML fragments – ‘search boxes’
    • Toolbars
    • Widgets, extensions, …
the leveraged discovery experience
The Leveraged discovery experience
  • In some ways the most interesting
  • Use another discovery service to connect back to your resources
  • Compare to the situation with article databases and resolvers
some remarks2
Some remarks
  • Some of these are toy-like now, but indicate a direction
  • Increased capacity to ‘sense’ structure (microformats) will improve ability.
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So …
  • How to get to webscale
    • User environment
    • Management environment
  • A new balance between
    • Institutional development
    • Shared activities
  • How to most release value in research and learning lives of users
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