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NISO’s
Bibliographic Roadmap
Phase 2 Webinar
Todd A. Carpenter, NISO Executive Director
Nettie Lagace, NISO Associate Dire...
This project is generously supported
by a grant from
Agenda:
Very brief introduction to initiative
Recap of the in-person meeting
Outcomes & IdeaScale ranking
Discussion of id...
Bibliographic data
exchange is evolving
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How can we assure that
we are doing the right
things?
How can we assure that
we are doing the right
things?

For everyone?
That will save resources?
That will improve services?...
“You would be a fool to
design a system based
on an interchange
protocol.”
- Mark Bide, EDItEUR
Some “next generation
library systems” are
already in production
Defining what you are
by what you are not
Not designing a spec
Not picking winners/losers
Not advancing any “agenda”
A good specification is
necessary
A good specification is
necessary
but it is not sufficient
The point at which most standards
fail is not prior to consensus

It is in….
Adoption
(or rather, in its absence)
How can NISO help?
DEFINING A BIBLIOGRAPHIC
ROADMAP
A NISO SYMPOSIUM
APRIL 15-16, 2013
Meeting Goals:
Identify/Discuss active projects
Brainstorm existing gaps
Prioritize 3-6 subtopics
Plan deeper exploration ...
Planned outcomes
of meeting were:
1) Identify and prioritize
topics for further
exploration
2)Identify gaps
in our collective
understanding of the future
of bibliographic exchange
3) Provide a forum for
sharing data exchange
efforts and in turn, expose
them to a broader
international community
4) Organize next steps
to advance
understanding of these
issues
Report of
suggested ideas
Where to next?
Based on the outcome
of this meeting:
Identify 3-5 projects for
further discussion
Convene small
discussion groups of 510 experts
for each topic
Arrange 2-3 calls with
suggested experts
Discussion roundtable
of experts
at ALA Midwinter
(by invitation)
Final Report
distributed in March
2014
Thank you!

Todd Carpenter, Executive Director
Nettie Lagace, Associate Director, Programs
nisohq@niso.org
National Inform...
NISO Bibliographic Development Roadmap - Project Discussion Webinar, Phase 2
NISO Bibliographic Development Roadmap - Project Discussion Webinar, Phase 2
NISO Bibliographic Development Roadmap - Project Discussion Webinar, Phase 2
NISO Bibliographic Development Roadmap - Project Discussion Webinar, Phase 2
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  1. 1. NISO’s Bibliographic Roadmap Phase 2 Webinar Todd A. Carpenter, NISO Executive Director Nettie Lagace, NISO Associate Director, Programs December 5, 2013
  2. 2. This project is generously supported by a grant from
  3. 3. Agenda: Very brief introduction to initiative Recap of the in-person meeting Outcomes & IdeaScale ranking Discussion of ideas Gathering more input, suggestions Next steps
  4. 4. Bibliographic data exchange is evolving 01386cam 2200301 a 4500001000800000005001700008008004100025035002100066906004500087955002700132010001700159020001500176040001800191043001 2002090500022002210820021002431100055002642450308003192600067006273000025006944400054007195000029007736500060008026500 05800862650007300920710004300993991004801036385685319951219150001.4881118s1989 nju 000 0 eng 9(DLC) 88029610 a7bcbccorignewd1eocipf19gy-gencatlg aCIP ver. pv04 12-06-95 a 88029610 a0887389538 aDLCcDLCdDLC an-us---00aZ674.8b.N44 198900a021.6/5/09732192 aNational Information Standards Organization (U.S.)10aInformation retrieval service and protocol :bAmerican national standard for information retrieval service definition and protocol specification for library applications /capproved January 15, 1988 by American National Standards Institute ; developed by the National Information Standards Organization. aNew Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A. :bTransaction Publishers,cc1989. axii, 50 p. ;c26 cm. 0aNational information standards series,x1041-5653 a"ANSI/NISO Z39.50-1988." 0aLibrary information networksxStandardszUnited States. 0aComputer network protocolsxStandardszUnited States. 0aInformation storage and retrieval systemsxStandardszUnited States.2 aAmerican National Standards Institute. bc-GenCollhZ674.8i.N44 1989tCopy 1wBOOKS
  5. 5. How can we assure that we are doing the right things?
  6. 6. How can we assure that we are doing the right things? For everyone? That will save resources? That will improve services? That will be adopted?
  7. 7. “You would be a fool to design a system based on an interchange protocol.” - Mark Bide, EDItEUR
  8. 8. Some “next generation library systems” are already in production
  9. 9. Defining what you are by what you are not Not designing a spec Not picking winners/losers Not advancing any “agenda”
  10. 10. A good specification is necessary
  11. 11. A good specification is necessary but it is not sufficient
  12. 12. The point at which most standards fail is not prior to consensus It is in…. Adoption (or rather, in its absence)
  13. 13. How can NISO help?
  14. 14. DEFINING A BIBLIOGRAPHIC ROADMAP A NISO SYMPOSIUM APRIL 15-16, 2013
  15. 15. Meeting Goals: Identify/Discuss active projects Brainstorm existing gaps Prioritize 3-6 subtopics Plan deeper exploration of issues Diversify players in discussion
  16. 16. Planned outcomes of meeting were:
  17. 17. 1) Identify and prioritize topics for further exploration
  18. 18. 2)Identify gaps in our collective understanding of the future of bibliographic exchange
  19. 19. 3) Provide a forum for sharing data exchange efforts and in turn, expose them to a broader international community
  20. 20. 4) Organize next steps to advance understanding of these issues
  21. 21. Report of suggested ideas
  22. 22. Where to next?
  23. 23. Based on the outcome of this meeting: Identify 3-5 projects for further discussion
  24. 24. Convene small discussion groups of 510 experts for each topic
  25. 25. Arrange 2-3 calls with suggested experts
  26. 26. Discussion roundtable of experts at ALA Midwinter (by invitation)
  27. 27. Final Report distributed in March 2014
  28. 28. Thank you! Todd Carpenter, Executive Director Nettie Lagace, Associate Director, Programs nisohq@niso.org National Information Standards Organization (NISO) 3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 302 Baltimore, MD 21211 USA +1 (301) 654-2512 www.niso.org
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