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  • 1.2.0 Technology can help us filter the choices available, but the technological fix is no panacea1.2.1 The ‘Big Brother’ version of the future has all our choices tracked in order to make personalised suggestions
  • 1.2.0 Technology can help us filter the choices available, but the technological fix is no panacea1.2.2 However, there can be no perfect recommendation systemMy attempts to add the "Play me music I will like" text are hampered by a very cheap drawing package. If this could be improved upone, I'd be very grateful
  • 1.2.0 Technology can help us filter the choices available, but the technological fix is no panacea1.2.3 The relationship we have with our favourite music/films/books depends a lot on context

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  • 1. 2 November 2010 DLF, Fall Forum, Palo Alto
    Presenter or main title…
    Agile resources on the open web ….
    a global digital library
    Session Title or subtitle…
    Rachel Bruce, Innovation Director, Digital Infrastructure, JISC
  • 2. 24/09/2011| Slide 2
    DLF Fall Forum
    2 November, 2010
    What JISC is …
    Our direction and approach to access and re-use of resources to underpin education and research
  • 3. JISC
    Easy and widespread access to information and resources, anytime, anywhere; a vision with technology and information management at the heart of research and education.
    Funded by seven public funding organisations, plus some charges for services
    Governed by representatives from the education sector not by government
  • 4. JISC-funded
    content providers
    institutional
    content providers
    external
    content providers
    authentication/authorisation
    (Shibboleth/SAML)
    JISC IE service registry
    user preferences services
    provision
    brokers
    aggregators
    indexes
    catalogues
    metadata schemaregistries
    resolvers
    fusion
    institutional preferences
    services
    institutional
    portals
    media-specific
    portals
    learning management
    systems
    subject
    portals
    OpenURL
    resolvers
    terminology services
    presentation
    end-user
    desktop/browser
    shared infrastructure
    Information Environment, Andy Powell, UKOLN, 2003
  • 5. Open Access
    JISC-funded
    content providers
    institutional
    content providers
    external
    content providers
    authentication/authorisation
    (Athens/SAML)
    JISC IE service registry
    user preferences services
    provision
    aggregators
    indexes
    catalogues
    brokers
    metadata schemaregistries
    resolvers
    Data
    fusion
    institutional preferences
    services
    institutional
    portals
    media-specific
    portals
    learning management
    systems
    subject
    portals
    OpenURL
    resolvers
    Disclosure
    terminology services
    presentation
    end-user
    desktop/browser
    shared infrastructure
    Web 2.0
    User interaction
  • 6. Opportunities and approaches ….
    Opening the fortress
    Working at web scale
    Digging deep
    Embracing user generated content
    Harnessing implicit intentions
    Approaching real time
  • 7. Principles for infrastructure
    • Network level -leveraging scale.
    • 8. Integrated into the Web and future global communication structures.
    • 9. Interoperable and flexible integrated into local, national and global provision.
    • 10. Reduce duplication of effort and be sustainable
    • 11. Robust and scalable.
    • 12. Capable of supporting a comprehensive (format) inclusive (content) coverage.
    • 13. Coherent, “compelling”, useable.
    • 14. Simple to adopt (shouldn’t confuse with applications)
    • 15. Meet the requirements of key user groups.
    • 16. Innovative and open to change and adaptation.
    • 17. Achievable.
    24/09/2011| Supporting education and research | Slide 7
  • 18. Middleware
    Middleware
    Open metadata and linking datasets
    ContentResources and Storage
    Access and user facing services & tools
    Curation
    Learning
    Research
  • 19. Infrastructure for library, museum and archive resources
    Full list of members at: http://rdtf.jiscinvolve.org/scope-and-terms-of-reference/
    24/09/2011| Supporting education and research | Slide 9
  • 20. Vision
    UK students and researchers will have easy, flexible access to content and services through a collaborative, aggregated and integrated resource discovery and delivery framework which is comprehensive, open and sustainable
  • 21. Open Metadata
    Graphics courtesy of the JISC web2practice project: http://www.netskills.ac.uk/content/projects/2008/JISC-web2practice/index.html
    24/09/2011| Supporting education and research | Slide 11
  • 22. Future State….
    Integrated and seamless access to the rich resource collections held in libraries, museums and archives in UK HEIs
    Creation of a thorough  and open aggregated layer - designed to work with all major search engines - of data about the resource collections
    Provision of a diverse range of innovative and personalised resource discovery services to students, teachers and researchers
    Avoidance of duplication of effort and increased efficiency
    Existing resource discovery services encouraged to develop and innovate
    Data will be available to commercial organisations to develop services as well
    Data and functionality will need to be diffused to other software and websites that are used by students, teachers and researchers
  • 23. “Aggregation of supply and demand”
    “Making our data work hard, engagement and co-creation”
    The (Digital) Library Environment: Ten Years After, Lorcan Dempsey
    http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue46/dempsey/
  • 24. Repositories UK
    Digital New Zealand
    Culture 24
    Registry of Datasets
    A means not a
    destination
    Open Education Resources
    Facilitate access & use
    CERN Open Book Catalogue
    Europeana
    COPAC, Archives Hub, Suncat
    Web of aggregated
    data
    Aggregation Ecosystem
  • 25. Linked Data
    LOCAH Project, Linked Open Copac Archives Hub.
    CHALICE, Connecting Historical Authorities with Links, Contexts and Entities.
    OPEN Bibliography, description, authorities etc.
    OPEN Citation, a public RDF triplestore for biomedical literature citations.
    CUL,Cambridge University Library widgets and open catalogue.
    LinkedBrainz, MusicBrainz, community music metadatabase.
    LUCERO,Linking University Content for Education and Research Online, Open University.
  • 26.
  • 27.
  • 28. BBC
    Combines clips with
    other sources of information
    from around the web & within
    the BBC.
    URI for every species &
    habitat to aggregate around
    that link.
  • 29. Web Scale - Aggregation - Personalisation
    ‘The more we track and aggregate,
    the more our suggestions will be personalised.’
  • 30. Play me music
    I will like
    ‘… and the more we track, the better
    we can adapt our service without your intervention.’
  • 31. ‘… we’ll even learn
    to recommend content
    by taking account
    of your location,
    habits & moods
    and by
    making comparisons’
    My activity patterns
    My GPS data
    My Calendar
  • 32. Open Educational Resources
    Two phases of the programme
    7 Institutional, 14 Subject and 9 Individual
    Release, Use and Discover
    Integrity ------------------- reusability
    Into the wild ------------- community based
    Minimal metadata to ensure contribution – rich metadata to meet the needs of users.
    Hosting – repositories, learning management systems, third party web sites e.g. Flickr, community focused web site.
  • 33. Thank you to David Kay for personalisation slides, taken from the Survive or Thrive workshop held earlier in the year Manchester.