Library System Futures…
Ben Showers and David Kay
11th March 2014
Ben Showers
Head of Scholarly and Library Futures, Jisc
b.showers@jisc.ac.uk
@benshowers
David Kay
Sero Consulting
david.k...
Today’s session
1. Brief overview of library
systems landscape (Ben)
2. Introduction to LMS change
advice and guidance (Da...
Three ages of library Systems
1. Age of Standalone
» Decoupled (discovery, ERM)
» Siloed (limited systems and
data interoperability)
» Back office (a ma...
1. Age of Standalone: LMS landscape report
Jisc/SCONUL LMS
landscape report...
“The study recommends libraries invest in s...
1. Age of Standalone
»Mature Market
»Dominated by small
number of providers
»No product
differentiation
»Significant custo...
2. Age of Integration
» A certain vibrancy!
» Sharing
(data, systems, services...)
» Digital first
(ejournals, ebooks, ope...
Jisc Library Systems
Programme...
How can library systems ensure they are able to serve the needs of
next-generation libra...
The LMSChange project will develop and disseminate visions for the future of
library systems and a series of tools and gui...
Pathfinders...
These projects are about building (disruptive) communities, and ensuring the work
of the synthesis project ...
Jisc Library Systems
Programme...
• Community collaboration
• Proprietary and open (community)
• Eternal integration (repo...
3. Age of Contingency…?
»User experience
» Disrupting
procurement
»Ecosystems…?
Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu >...
Find out more…
Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 14
Ben S...
What one thing would make a difference in
your role re. library systems?
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  • Synthesis: A synthesis of previous reports, case studies and project outcomes from the library systems environment in the UK and overseas. It will evaluate the potential to build on existing communities, products and services, generating an outline of the current state of the library systems landscape.Phase 2 - Landscape: Involves engagement and liaison with prioritised ‘pathfinder’ projects and with other relevant initiatives and entities within the wider environment. Enabling a baseline of the programme and evaluate the potential of projects to contribute to an understanding of future library systems infrastructure.Phase 3 - Evaluation and scoping: Analysis of the emerging options in order to scope the proposed service(s) and infrastructure.
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    1. 1. Library System Futures… Ben Showers and David Kay 11th March 2014
    2. 2. Ben Showers Head of Scholarly and Library Futures, Jisc b.showers@jisc.ac.uk @benshowers David Kay Sero Consulting david.kay@sero.co.uk
    3. 3. Today’s session 1. Brief overview of library systems landscape (Ben) 2. Introduction to LMS change advice and guidance (David) 3. Roundtable discussion (all) 11/03/2014 Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 3
    4. 4. Three ages of library Systems
    5. 5. 1. Age of Standalone » Decoupled (discovery, ERM) » Siloed (limited systems and data interoperability) » Back office (a management tool) » Proprietary (no viable alternatives) Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 5
    6. 6. 1. Age of Standalone: LMS landscape report Jisc/SCONUL LMS landscape report... “The study recommends libraries invest in systems with caution but not complacency...” Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 6
    7. 7. 1. Age of Standalone »Mature Market »Dominated by small number of providers »No product differentiation »Significant customer loyalty Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 7
    8. 8. 2. Age of Integration » A certain vibrancy! » Sharing (data, systems, services...) » Digital first (ejournals, ebooks, open) » Of the web (integrated discovery etc) Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 8
    9. 9. Jisc Library Systems Programme... How can library systems ensure they are able to serve the needs of next-generation library services and users, as well as being both effective and efficient in meeting reduced budgets and rising user expectations? http://bit.ly/JISClibsystems 2. Age of integration
    10. 10. The LMSChange project will develop and disseminate visions for the future of library systems and a series of tools and guidance to support the community in adopting to a new systems future. University ofWestminster, Sero Consulting, KenChad andOwen Stephens Plus 10 institutional steering group members Phase 1 – Synthesis Phase 2 – Landscape Phase 3 – Evaluation and Scoping http://bit.ly/LMSchange 2. Age of Integration: LMS Change
    11. 11. Pathfinders... These projects are about building (disruptive) communities, and ensuring the work of the synthesis project is embedded in practical examples and is implementable. Shared systems and services: Consortiums in Wales and Scotland (and Bloomsbury) Electronic Resource Management (workflows and processes): Huddersfield and KnowledgeBase+ Repository Content: Anthologizr (University of London) Shared Collection Management KCL and Senate House Libraries eBook procurement and Patron Driven Acquisition Royal Holloway, Jisc Collections, NHM and M25 2. Age of Integration: Pathfinder Projects
    12. 12. Jisc Library Systems Programme... • Community collaboration • Proprietary and open (community) • Eternal integration (repository, RDM, ebooks) • Procurement 2. Age of Integration
    13. 13. 3. Age of Contingency…? »User experience » Disrupting procurement »Ecosystems…? Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 13
    14. 14. Find out more… Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 14 Ben Showers Head of Scholarly and Library Futures, Jisc b.showers@jisc.ac.uk @benshowers Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND
    15. 15. What one thing would make a difference in your role re. library systems?
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