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4 things about discovery. Lorcan Dempsey. OCLC. Big Heads – Heads of Technical Services of Large Research Libraries. ALA 2013. Chicago 28 June 2013. @ LorcanD. My size. http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/thirteen-ways-looking-libraries-discovery-and-catalog-scale-workflow-attention. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

4 things about discovery

Lorcan DempseyOCLCBig Heads Heads of Technical Services of Large Research LibrariesALA 2013Chicago 28 June 20134 things about [email protected]

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http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/thirteen-ways-looking-libraries-discovery-and-catalog-scale-workflow-attentionDiscovery happens elsewhere1Ithaka s+rNetwork-level discovery tools include disciplinary resources and powerful search tools which dramatically improve research efficiency while also increasing effectiveness. As a result, faculty discovery practices across all disciplines have continued their marked shift to the network level. This key finding has important implications for resource providers and libraries alike.

Faculty members are reducing their usage of local library services for discovery purposes and, as a result, put less value on the librarys traditional intellectual value-added role as a gateway to information.

Active promotionInterpretation and promotion through social mediaSyndicationMetadataLinksServicesSearch engine optimization

Outside-in vs inside-out2highlowlowhighUniquenessLow StewardshipHigh StewardshipIn few collectionsIn many collectionsCOLLECTIONS GRID(Lorcan Dempsey and Eric Childress, OCLC Research)Stewardship/scarcityLow-LowFreely-accessible web resourcesOpen source softwareNewsgroup archives

Low-HighBooks & JournalsNewspapersGov DocumentsCD & DVDMapsScores

High-LowResearch & Learning Materials Institutional recordsePrints/tech reportsLearning objectsCoursewareE-portfoliosResearch dataProspectusInsitutional website

High-HighSpecial CollectionsRare booksLocal/Historical NewspapersLocal History MaterialsArchives & ManuscriptsTheses & dissertations

Collections Grid Low StewardshipHigh StewardshipIn few collectionsIn many collectionsResearch & Learning Materials Open Web ResourcesPurchased MaterialsLicensed E-ResourcesSpecial CollectionsLocal DigitizationLicensedPurchased

Outside in Bought, licensed

Increased consolidation Move from print to licensedManage down print shared printMove to user-driven modelsComng together of licensed and print metadata workflows

Aim: to discoverInside outInstitutional assets: special collections, research and learning materials, institutional records, Reputation managementIncreasingly important?Aim: to *have* discovered to disclose

CollectionsLicensed content will dominate in years to come. Special collections will grow but only modestly (and only at some institutions); mostly growth in managing archival resources including institutional.Much greater investment in managing research outputs.No change in web archiving.Outside in collections increased streamlining, commoditization.Inside out collections. Growing engagement around scholarly communication, data curation, institutional asset management, reputation/profiles. Leverage internal/external infrastructure.

accessCeramicsmerges a traditional academic digital image collection's metadata capabilities with Flickr's openness and flexibility. It seeks to take advantage of Flickr's software tools and social network while also providing a web interface customized to this collection.

Collaboration with department around community and learning resourceFrom collection to whole library3


Schema.orgBibframeLinked dataUse the idiom of the web.Authority files represent the entities people, works, places, etc - we want to make linked data backbones. End


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