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  1. Next Gen Catalog Forum Where do we go from here?

  2. Voyager Online Catalog

  3. Voyager—individual record

  4. Online catalog to facilitate successful search • Search to help a researcher find what she or he wants • Need to provide 1) broad net to find “all” that is out there, 2) narrow down to relevant resources, and 3) a way to do known item searching • Intuitive navigation between results • Need to allow the user to figure out the easiest way to get this content, whether full-text book, article, print resource, archive, dataset, image, etc.

  5. Next Gen search can allow: • Integration of formats (and the accompanying metadata) • Better inclusion of table of contents (as part of MARC record or as separate element to search) • Relevancy ranking of terms, names and phrases within the index of book or the actual content of the full-text book • Interconnectivity of resources – moving from citation to citation (as more and more resources are in digital form)

  6. More and more metadata at our fingertips • Digitization projects – Google, Microsoft, Open Content Alliance, Amazon, Million Book Project, EU digitization project, etc. • ONIX feeds from publishers and vendors • Using METS and ATOM to create file structure to pull these desperate data elements together • Using OAI-PMH or OAI-ORE to harvest data from various sources • OCLC’s work to provide comprehensive uber-metadata records for all resources, combining data from libraries and publishers to create

  7. Facets • Material Type • Author/Creator • Date • Subject • Library Location • Language • Call Number • Availability • Series • Serial title changes • Translations • Works cited • Keyword clouds • Dewey has great potential as a facet

  8. Facets can utilize MARC to its fullest capabilities • Fixed fields • Series statements (440, 490, and 830 fields) • Uniform titles (240) – linking translations • Language (041) • Identifiers (022, 035, 776) • Publisher • Author fields (1xx, 7xx • Authority records play an important in all this • Accuracy is so critical to this process

  9. MARC can’t handle all data • Images • Value-added information such as biographies, reviews, automation of inclusion of TOCs • Indices • Bibliographies • Cross references within sources • Correction of past practices (not including all the authors, abbreviations, publication information, etc.)

  10. UIUC WorldCat Local—Part 1

  11. UIUC WorldCat Local—Part 2

  12. UIUC WorldCat Local

  13. WorldCat Local – UIUC instance

  14. WorldCat Local--Article

  15. WorldCat Local—Discover Service

  16. University of Chicago’s Lens--Aquabrowser

  17. Uchicago’s Lens (continued)

  18. Lens—Individual record

  19. Lens with Syndectics Solutions data

  20. U. of Minnesota’s Primo instance

  21. Minnesota’s Primo instance—Part 2

  22. NCSU’s Endeca instance

  23. NCSU’s Endeca—Part 2

  24. NCSU’s Previous Endeca Public Interface

  25. Villanova’s VuFind

  26. VuFind—Individual record

  27. Google Book Search

  28. Google Book Search—Abraham Lincoln

  29. Google Book Search

  30. Google Books—Contents, editions

  31. Microsoft Live Books

  32. Microsoft Live Books—Individual record

  33. Microsoft Live Books—TOCs, Index, References

  34. Amazon’s Book Search

  35. Amazon’s Inside the Book data