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The Dis-integrated Library System of the Future. Kristin Antelman NCSU Libraries October 28, 2005. ILS failures. Manage and display electronic resources Catalog search. database lists. homegrown backend or metasearch software. e-journal list. 3rd party data feed.

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The Dis-integrated Library System of the Future

Kristin Antelman

NCSU Libraries

October 28, 2005


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ILS failures

  • Manage and display electronic resources

  • Catalog search


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database lists

homegrown backendor metasearch software

e-journal list

3rd party data feed

Dis-integrated Library System

  • Licensing Files

  • Collection development records

  • Use statistics

Library catalog


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Electronic resources

  • DLF Electronic Resources Management Initiative and subsequent ERM modules

  • Why build an ERM outside the ILS?

    • control: data elements, interfaces

    • flexibility: reporting, evolution of ERM’s role

    • collection management focus


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licensingdatabase

catalog

evaluative data

acquisition “shepherding” form

journal bundle constraints

SFX Knowledgebase

use statistics

local subject

terms, keywords, descriptions

titles, licensing, pricing, bundles, access, holdings, usage stats, etc.

E-Matrix

relationships, local subject terms, keywords,descriptions, etc.


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Sustainability and data quality

  • Migrate legacy applications into E-Matrix

  • Define a single authoritative data source for each data element

  • Query existing data sources in real time wherever possible


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Finding journals

  • Finding journals in the catalog is hard

  • (understanding the records can be hard)


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Finding journals

  • Finding journals in the catalog is hard

  • (understanding the records can be hard)

  • Users like lists

  • (but the ones we make are not that great)


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where isSciencemagazine??


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The dream journal list…

includes print

manifestations collapsed into “work”

links to related titles


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Serial work

  • “Which entity represents the work- the entity we catalog (a segment of a run of issues identified by one title or name-title) or the entire run of issues associated through time?”

    • Frieda Rosenberg and Diane Hillman, “An Approach to Serials with FRBR in Mind”



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SUPER WORK

super_work_id = 123

WORK

[super_work_id = 123]

Resource_id = 13147

Title = College & Research Libraries

Succeeding title = College & Research Libraries News

[super_work_id = 123]

Resource_id = 13148

Title = College & Research Libraries News

Preceding title = College & Research Libraries

EXPRESSION/MANIFESTATION

Online Copy

Resource_id = 13147

Provider_id = 518

Full text = yes

Online Copy

Resource_id = 13148

Provider_id = 518

Full text = yes

Print Copy

Resource_id = 13147

Provider_id = 1

Full text = yes

Online Copy

Resource_id = 13147

Provider_id = 362

Full text = some


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Identifiers that systems can use

  • “In the serial universe, direct links by means of control numbers could collocate the component records both in the local catalog and in the utilities far more efficiently and economically than uniform titles or other approaches based on text matching.”

    • Frieda Rosenberg and Diane Hillman, “An Approach to Serials with FRBR in Mind”


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Karen Coyle, “Future considerations: the functional library systems record,” Library Hi Tech 22:2 (2004)


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Catalogs library systems record,”

  • Current catalogs are “finding lists”

    • Martha Yee, ITAL 6/05

  • Most catalogs’ default search is keyword

    • no relevancy ranking of results

    • but users assume there is relevancy ranking …

    • … so they add specific terms to improve result set

    • … and quickly get zero results

    • and learn to go to Amazon first and then back to the library catalog when they know what they want


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    Potential solutions library systems record,”

    • Wait for ILS vendors to enhance the catalog

    • This won’t happen. Why?

      • mature market: maintenance payments for existing products are small

      • vendors are stuck with legacy products


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    OCLC scoped WorldCat library systems record,”

    • OCLC knows what you have

    • They are developing their interface and search

    • FRBR and FAST are in development and will likely show up in WorldCat sooner than our ILS’s

    • (OCLC mostly knows what you have)


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    Build a new front end library systems record,”

    • Getting your records is easy

    • Building search and display is hard

    • Ecommerce search sites are user friendly


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    Endeca ProFind library systems record,”

    • What is it?

    • How do you get it?

    • How does it work?

      • dimensions (facets)

      • relevancy ranking

      • spell check, stemming dictionary, synonyms


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    Endeca library systems record,”

    Sirsi

    Endeca-powered library catalog


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    Browse library systems record,”


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    Google lessons library systems record,”

    • GooglePrint is “one giant electronic card catalog”

    • Google searches will take users to your catalog

    • Can we make our contribution to resource discovery useful to everybody?

      • our data wants to be found and used


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    Mashups library systems record,”


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    References library systems record,”

    • Karen Coyle, “Catalogs, Card--and Other Anachronisms, Journal of Academic Librarianship 31:1 (2005)

    • Karen Coyle, “Future considerations: the functional library systems record,” Library Hi Tech 22:2 (2004),www.kcoyle.net/functional.pdf

    • Frieda Rosenberg and Diane Hillman, “An Approach to Serials with FRBR in Mind,”www.lib.unc.edu/cat/mfh/serials_approach_frbr.pdf

    • Kathy Fescemyer, “Serials Clutter in Online Catalogs,” Serials Review 31:1 (2005)

    • David Mimno and Gregory Crane, “Hierarchical Catalog Records,” D-Lib Magazine (October 2005),www.dlib.org/dlib/october05/crane/10crane.html


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