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Interoperability and UC's New Image Service. Maryly Snow (UCB) Margaret Hogarth (UCR) Image Service Roll-out & Advisory Committee (ISRAC). UCCSC, San Francisco, August 8, 2005. ISRAC. Image Service Rollout & Advisory Committee http://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/hops/israc/

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interoperability and uc s new image service

Interoperability and UC's New Image Service

Maryly Snow (UCB)

Margaret Hogarth (UCR)

Image Service Roll-out & Advisory Committee (ISRAC)

UCCSC, San Francisco, August 8, 2005

israc
ISRAC

Image Service Rollout & Advisory Committee

http://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/hops/israc/

  • Rosalie Lack, CDL
  • Maryly Snow, UCB
  • Dan Goldstein, UCD
  • Maureen Burns, UCI
  • Stephen Davison, UCLA
  • Emily Lin, UCM
  • Margaret Hogarth, UCR
  • Vickie O’Riordan, UCSD
  • Brian Warling, UCSF
  • Susan Moon, UCSB
  • Greg Careaga, UCSC
israc presentation outline
ISRAC Presentation Outline
  • Introduce UC Image Service
  • How it works
  • Interoperability issues
  • Q&A and suggestions
image service collections
Image Service Collections
  • 326,000+ high resolution, zoom-able images
    • MOAC
    • Saskia
    • AMICA*
    • SPIRO: Arch + Arts + Places
    • LUCI
    • Hartill
    • David Ramsey Map Collection
    • Estate Virtual Collection (Project for Artists with Aids)
    • Farber Gravestone Collection
    • Hoover Institution Poster Collection
    • Japanese Historical Maps Collection
    • Tebtunis Papyri Collection
history background
History/Background
  • Division of Library Automation (DLA)
    • Melvyl, 1977
  • California Digital Library (CDL)
    • UCB Image DB Project, 1987
    • SPIRO, 1994
    • OAC, 1995
    • MOAC, 1999
    • VRTF, 2002
    • Image Demonstrator Project, 2003
    • UC Image Service, 2005
uc image service
UC Image Service
  • University of California archives, libraries, museums, visual resources collections, and licensed collections
  • Federated search system
  • Presentation and image management capabilities
  • Enriches instruction and research opportunities
image service benefits
Image Service Benefits
  • Access any time, anywhere
  • Browsing and discovery
  • New ways of looking, organizing
  • Integrate text, images, and links
  • Multiple users
  • Export to PowerPoint and Blackboard
pedagogical benefits
Pedagogical Benefits
  • Central delivery & coordination of visual teaching content
  • Shareable & accessible institutional image collections
  • Integrated personal image collections
targeted users
Targeted Users
  • UC faculty, GSIs, TAs, researchers, students, and staff
  • Available NOW
for the future
For the Future
  • Luna Insight Web version
  • XML gateway
    • Searching all Insight collections
    • Searching all UC collections regardless of format (metasearch)
  • XML gateway issue
    • SPIRO will need to be migrated from UCB to CDL.
image service content development
Image Service Content Development
  • California Digital Library (CDL) coordinates content of UC's Image Service, based on recommendations from the Joint Steering Committee on Shared Collections (JSCSC)
  • Subject selectors of the University Libraries
    • Who are they? http://www.cdlib.org/inside/groups/selectors/summaryliaisontable.rtf
academic disciplines
Academic Disciplines
  • Illustrates the arts, history, architecture, design, literature, city planning, anthropology, landscape architecture, archaeology, geography, gender, ethnic, and area studies.
  • Future content in the sciences, music, film studies as available.
ucis technical issues
UCIS Technical Issues
  • Coordinate with systems: installation & tech support.
  • Authentication issues: 3 levels of access
  • Browser vs. java client interfaces
  • One-time java client download
  • File management
uc image service web site
UC Image Service Web Site

http://www.imageservice.cdlib.org/

other issues
Other Issues
  • Training
  • Technical
  • Promotion
  • Intellectual Property
conclusion
Conclusion
  • A piece of software can bring together librarians, visual resources curators, instructional technologists, and information technologist in a new decision-making process intended to support the pedagogical needs of faculty and students.
contacts
Contacts

ISRAC Web site:

http://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/hops/israc/index.html

UC Image Service http://www.imageservice.cdlib.org/

Maryly Snow

Architecture and Visual Resources Librarian, UCB

maryly@berkeley.edu

(510) 642-3439

Margaret Hogarth

Electronic Resources Coordinator, UCR

margaret.hogarth@ucr.edu

(951) 827-2937