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Libraries in the Google age? How to add value?. Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard Deputy Director General The Royal Library Denmark. Outline of talk. Setting the scene Need to understand how to add value New business models Knowledge creation and scholarly communication

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Libraries in the google age how to add value

Libraries in the Google age?How to add value?

Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard

Deputy Director General

The Royal Library

Denmark


Outline of talk
Outline of talk

  • Setting the scene

    • Need to understand how to add value

    • New business models

  • Knowledge creation and scholarly communication

  • Towards sustainable services

    • From objects to processes

    • Services targeted to specific communities

    • Semantic data

  • Summary




Create new, relevant services

  • Have a vision

  • Understand the users

  • Understand the market

  • Understand the technological possibilities



Who are the users
Who are the users?

Drive-in users

LibraryEnthusiasts

Working Bee

From: Users expectation to the hybrid library


From collection knowledge to service provision

Web of Science

LCSH

EBSCO

  • Suggest,

  • Advise,

  • Supporting information,

  • Ubiquitous information

  • Persuasive design,

  • User involvement…….

OCLC

Catalogue

Digital collections

From collection knowledge to service provision

The customer

Project,

Research topic,

Problem

Librarian


How to add value
How to add value??

Robin Murray, 2006 (Ariadne vol 48)


Relevance and quality
Relevance and quality?

  • Relevance

    • A library focussed approach

      • How well does the record match the search,

      • how good is the quality of the material represented by the record,

      • how well does the material match the needs of the user?

  • A community focussed approach

    • What do others use, circulation

    • User recommendations

  • Individual

    • E.g. importance of publication date

  • Quality

    • Some source are better than others?

  • Big challenge



    The era of mobilde devices
    The era of mobilde devices

    • Linking device:

      • Mobile device

      • Screen

    • Linking metaphor

      • Trace in physical space…

    • Furniture (e.g. coffee table)

    • Apps

    NCSU

    Crated by Adreas Rauber,

    Vienna Technological University


    From finding to understanding
    From finding to understanding

    Marchionini, G. (2006). Exploratory search: From finding to understanding. Communications of the ACM, 49(4): 41-46.


    Understand use
    Understand/Use

    John Wilbanks,

    Science Commons –

    talk at Tilburg 2007


    Knowledge creation use scenarios
    Knowledge Creation – Use scenarios

    • More information, more researchers – more knowledge?

    • Mark-up and extraction of information

      • Crystallography

    • Aggregate and work on data

      • Virtual Observatory

      • Clarin

      • Earth Observation



    Machine readable license
    Machine readable license

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    WEB 3.0: Maskinlæsbar og brugbar information

    Eksempel: Creative Commons




    From portals to intelligent object
    From portals to intelligent object

    • What will we get:

      • Intelligent libraries og

      • Intelligent objects (Sigge Lundberg)

    • Rather than having intelligent systems surrounding the objects we will move towards objects carrying enough information so that they can present temselves

      • Require structured, mashinereadable information

      • Require context information


    Knowledge creation and the library

    Researcher

    Publisher

    Library

    Reseacher

    Knowledge Creation – and the library

    • Used to be core

      • If publishers behaved intelligently – library bypass

    • Need to understand the knowledge creation process to identify new roles

      • trust

      • structure


    Output process
    Output - Process

    • From object oriented to process focus


    Data from bits to interpretation
    Data – From Bits to Interpretation

    Level 2 GOME Satellite instrument data

    From CASPAR


    Workflow provenance
    Workflow Provenance

    • Generation of relevant ontology

    • Automatic generation of relevant descriptive information

    • Curation

    http://sites.computer.org/debull/a07dec/susan.pdf


    Knowledge network economy creativity and sustainability
    Knowledge Network Economy Creativity and sustainability

    • Support Creativity

      • Re-use

      • The three Os:

        • Open data

        • Open API

        • Open source

    • Customer Engagement

      • Observant, Involved, Loyal, Ambassador

    • Capture behaviour

      • user involvement,

      • deep log analysis

    Structure

    Self organized



    Mobile Apps: Models, Money and Loyalty

    Posted by Peter Farago on Fri, Sep 25, 2009

    http://blog.flurry.com/bid/26376/Mobile-Apps-Models-Money-and-Loyalty

    Business models


    Involve users

    Broker

    Involve users

    Users

    Mash-up

    Remix

    Share

    Contribute

    Archives and Collections



    Title: Toward Academic Library 2.0: Development and Application of a Library 2.0 MethodologyAuthors: Michael C. Habib


    Summary
    Summary Application of a Library 2.0 Methodology

    • Library services must add value to the research process or the experience

    • Library services needs to be integrated into the students and researchers workflow

    • Scare: used to be resources but is now attention

    • Objects are results of a process and their representation can be created (semi)automatically - VRE

    • Objects carry intelligence / structured information in themselves

    • Need to address business models


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