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  1. Agenda Item 4.2 Future of scientific information systems and international cooperation V. Kuprianov, A. Tolstenkov INIS-ETDE JTC Meeting Russian Federation 20 -21 October 2011 Vienna, Austria

  2. Contents Current status/trends Future of scientific information systems International cooperation INIS Tomorrow Conclusion Company Logo

  3. Decreasing volume of R&D in nuclear area Increasing role of commercial information provider in nuclear area such as Elsevier Market based business models for majority of database producers Increasing volume of unstructured information Timeliness becoming very important factor Users are not fully satisfied with existingIS Current status/trends www.themegallery.com

  4. Web 2.0 (p2p); Sience Portals; Social Networks Web 3.0  e-Science; Science Networks But increasing number of untrustedsources of scientific information Each organisation maintains own IS(s); Integration of national information resources Psychological aspects (believes that everything can be found on the Internet Information services becoming extremely important Current status/trends (2) Open information sources/portalssuch asPublic Library of Science, Google Scholar, WorldWideScience,science.gov, … www.themegallery.com

  5. Science Networks/Portals

  6. Important! • Dialog • STN • Ovid • INIS • ETDE • INSPEC • ... Still remain in demand and continue playing important roles

  7. Managing Grey Literature • GreyNet International • OpenGrey (Europe) • European Patent Office • Open Archives Initiative • Direct publication on the Internet by authors, organization and conference organizers (limited time)

  8. Future of Scientific Information Systems • Future IT defines future IS • Must be service oriented and proactive • Adress different levels of education (students , teachers, scientists) • Integration with other information systems at national and international levels (access via various portals and networks) • Must accept international standards and formats • Timeliness and direct access «documents» are very important

  9. Future of Scientific Information Systems • Metadata (including semantic) remain very important • Friendly interfaces with natural language and voice recognition (artificial intelligence) • Mobile technology • Support various information formats • Support active usage statistics and analysis • Not only source of information e-Science (IS 3.0) Information + users + service + experts + virtual space

  10. International Cooperation • Needed to maintain Grey literature collections • Information systems of international organizations (UNO) • Special information systems (nuclear accidents reporting system, IAEA AQIS) • Numerical databases (PRIS, nuclear data) • Needed for Thesaurus maintanance

  11. Future of INIS • Integration of INIS into or with the IAEA Library • International Nuclear Information Service Provider/Broker • Coordinator of Nuclear Information Network • Information partner for Nuclear Knowledge Management activities

  12. Future of INIS • Transformation into digital library • Intergovernmental mechanism will be needed mostly for maintaining NCL collection • Custodian of INIS NCL Collection • less interest from Member States • Integration with Libraty as the first step to develop International Nuclear Information Network • Information management partner of nuclear knowledge management • Nuclaer Knowledge Management needs information support • Intergovernmental mechanism will play key role • Interaction between information, technology, and people • Gelish-like descriptive language development • Maintaining Nuclear (INIS) Thesaurus as semantic map of nuclear domain • NPP Thesauri/taxonomies • Capturing knowledge/information • Information methodology development • Visible benefit for MSs • Way of AGRIS? No

  13. Conclusion Scientific information systems will remain important but need to be integarated into scientific networks Information systems must be information service based Some scientific information systems are to be based on international cooperation INIS has new chalenging apportunities to become againa leader in the area of nuclear information services INIS can play important and valuable role in the area of nuclear knowledge management Company Logo

  14. Conclusion • Scientific information systems will remain important but will be integarated into scientific networks • Information systems must be information service based • Some scientific information systems must be based on international cooperation • INIS has new apportunities to become again a leader in the are of nuclear information services • INIS can play important role in the are of nuclear knowledge management

  15. Thank You !