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  • Names Project Amanda Hill Hillbraith Ltd.
  • By Mrs Magic on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrsmagic/2446062461/
  • Background
    • JISC Repositories Programmes
      • Funding UK institutional repositories since 2002
    • Now 96 such repositories in the UK
      • Holding almost 350,000 items 1
      • 1 OpenDOAR registry, 24 June 2008
  • February 2008
  • June 2008
  • Names
    • Investigating potential for a name authority service for repositories, to aid with:
      • Metadata creation as part of submission process
      • Precise and comprehensive retrieval of items created by individuals across repositories
    • Scope of prototype:
      • Names of people
      • Names of institutions
    • Project partners:
      • British Library
      • Mimas, The University of Manchester
  • Names
    • Two phases
      • Scoping
      • Prototype building
  • Expert Panel http://names.mimas.ac.uk/about/expert-panel/
  • Scoping Phase
      • Landscape Report October 2007
      • Requirements Report February 2008
      • Data Analysis Report April 2008
        • Mappings against FRAD 1
      • Software Requirements Specification
    • 1 International Federation of Library Associations, Functional Requirements for Authority Records (2007)
  • Prototype Building (1)
    • Building database based on FRAD data model
    • Creating basic records for UK institutions
    • Devising unique identifier system
    • Creating initial set of records for individuals
      • Zetoc
      • PubMed Central
  • Sample Zetoc data 620.0044 Dewey Class: SIMULATION PRACTICE AND THEORY Journal Title: Getting Demos models right. (I). Practice Article Title: Birtwistle, G.; Tofts, C. Author(s): 600 Dewey Class: HP LABORATORIES TECHNICAL REPORT HPL Journal Title: Operational Semantics of DEMOS 2000 Article Title: Tofts, C.; Birtwistle, G. Author(s): 658.83 Dewey Class: JOURNAL OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR Journal Title: Consumer purchasing behaviour: An investigation of the UK mature women's clothing market Article Title: Birtwistle, G.; Tsim, C. Author(s): 658.87 Dewey Class: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RETAIL AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Journal Title: Fashion clothing - where does it all end up? Article Title: Birtwistle, G.; Moore, C. M. Author(s): 629.8 Dewey Class: COLLOQUIUM DIGEST- IEE Journal Title: Modelling AMULET1 in CCS Article Title: Birtwistle, G.; Lui, Y. Author(s): 658.87 Dewey Class: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RETAIL AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Journal Title: More than just a name above the shop: a comparison of the branding strategies of two UK fashion retailers Article Title: Birtwistle, G.; Freathy, P. Author(s): 687 Dewey Class: JOURNAL OF FASHION MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT Journal Title: Customer segmentation in fashion retailing: A conjoint study Article Title: Birtwistle, G.; Clarke, I.; Freathy, P. Author(s):
  • Prototype Building (2)
    • Registration system to allow individuals to claim their data and add and amend the information held about themselves
      • e.g. institutional affiliations over time
    • Interfaces for use by repositories and other services
  • Planned features of Names service
    • Unique identity number for individuals and institutions
      • People may have more than one identity number (pseudonyms)
    • All forms of name are of equal status
      • No ‘preferred term’
    • Authors will be able to update information about themselves and choose what data is made available to others
      • Best way to avoid data protection issues
    • Repositories will be able to query or harvest the database
      • To help their users enter consistent metadata
    • Cross-repository search services will be able to use unique identifiers to retrieve information from different sources
  • More information
    • Project website: http://names.mimas.ac.uk/
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Phone: 001 613 394 0259
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