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  • 18,954,563 transactions per day5,265 per second
  • The promise of this kind of data aggregation and data sharing is what drives OCLC’s vision for libraries and the consumer space. That vision is revolves around helping its members to deliver their value to the user at the point of need on the Web, in a manner that’s consistent with the expectations of the user based on their experience with the World’s best Web brands. Library capacity for this purpose includes:Collections: Physical, Licensed, Locally digitizedServices (eg, online reference)Social value (library as social network/place)
  • You can also take different views of the data. For example, you can see that there are also more holdings in WorldCat for titles published in India than there are for titles published in China or Australia.CLICK TO THESES AND DISSERTATIONS
  • The perceptions report has been updated in the past few months. In fact, it hasn’t yet been publishedHere’s an early look at results … this slide for Canadian respondents only. On key quality measures (what a library IS) – trustworthiness and accuracy, the library is considered superior to search engines. Moreover, respondents continue to agree that libraries add value to the search process. On key convenience measures, however (what a library does), search engines dominate. This finding is consistent with the findings of the earlier perceptions report, pointing to the gap between the value of the library and how that value is delivered to users.
  • There are also many new types of information objects in which students and scholars take an interest.Libraries have long been stewards for the types of materials to the left of the central vertical line.Today, to remain strong and viable in their communities, libraries like UCLA’s are stepping up to participate in the stewardship of appropriate materials to the right of the central vertical line.WorldCat is traditionally strong in the upper left quadrant of this grid but we are working hard to expand coverage into the other relevant quadrants.
  • In brief, our strategy is to build Web-scale for libraries. What does that mean? Web-scale means concentrating computer resources, applications and data to deliver benefits to large numbers of users through the Web. It means delivering the library network to people in ways that individual libraries cannot. It means creating the infrastructure to deliver large-scale, network-based workflow solutions. Ultimately, Web-scale means building the next generation of library services. On the screen is our virtuous circle for building Web-scale. This is not a perpetual motion machine---it’s more like a flywheel, whereby we keep generating new value by providing the most compelling-Web-scale presence for libraries and their users. The more libraries, the more records, the more network effects, the more value for everyone.CLICK TO FOUR OBJECTIVES
  • You can see that a lot of users are finding library materials on WorldCat.org and then clicking through to the services they offer. In the last year tracked, WorldCat.org resulted in more than 10 million clicks to library services. CLICKIn addition, we’ve seen strong growth in the use of our various data services – the WC API, OpenURL Gateway, and the XID service. These services are used by a growing number of organizations in and outside of our industry.
  • 80 million page views from Google (Google books)
  • Internationally our programme has identified EMEA countries UK, DE, NL to concentrate on.Strong right to playSales and marketing teams in countryGood to reasonable market penetration.Our role is to grow traffic from these countries so support our targets and to support EMEA sales of WC.org – currently $0.5m per year.
  • We’re very excited to announce that a mobile version of WorldCat.org is now live. The best way to get to it is, currently, from smartphone mobile browsers by going to www.worldcat.org/m, though you can see what it looks like from any Java enabled browser. This represents the next natural step in our mobile strategy for WorldCat.org – providing a mobile version of the site itself, as opposed to using only mobile apps for access.  The last year has provide us with a great user feedback and learning (on our part) about  how people want to access WorldCat via mobile devices. We’ve benefited from a great partnership with Boopsie, who helped us gear up for and roll-out our very first mobile app. We’ve also learned from partnerships with companies like RedLaser. They taught us quite a lot, and we’re looking forward to working with them in the future.  While there will always be a place in the technology ecosystem for dedicated mobile apps, our belief is that robust mobile features for a destination Web site like WorldCat.org really require a “mobile web” strategy. More and more mobile devices – smart phones, cell phones, tablet computers, etc. – are going to be browser-enabled, and sites that provide an optimized mobile experience for their users will be at an advantage on that playing field. We want WorldCat.org to be a great “mobile doorway” for the resources and services our member libraries provide. If you’ve got a smart phone, take a minute to check out www.worldcat.org/m. In the coming months, we’ll be adding auto-detection at WorldCat.org so that the site will “know” what kind of browser you’re using. We’ll also be adding support for “non smart phones.”
  • In brief, our strategy is to build Web-scale for libraries. What does that mean? Web-scale means concentrating computer resources, applications and data to deliver benefits to large numbers of users through the Web. It means delivering the library network to people in ways that individual libraries cannot. It means creating the infrastructure to deliver large-scale, network-based workflow solutions. Ultimately, Web-scale means building the next generation of library services. On the screen is our virtuous circle for building Web-scale. This is not a perpetual motion machine---it’s more like a flywheel, whereby we keep generating new value by providing the most compelling-Web-scale presence for libraries and their users. The more libraries, the more records, the more network effects, the more value for everyone.CLICK TO FOUR OBJECTIVES
  • With WorldCat Local, we are creating a compelling user environment that enables a library or group of libraries to customize WorldCat.org as a solution for local discovery and delivery services. It provides a single interface to collections. It interoperates with locally maintained services such as circulation, resource sharing and resolution to full text to create an integrated experience for library users. There are now over 1,100 libraries registered for WorldCat Local.CLICK TO WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY
  • WorldCat Local has been implemented on the 10 campuses of the University of California System. This is what the implementation at UCLA Library looks like. It’s a simple, elegant search box that lets the user choose whether to search UCLA Library, the libraries in the University of California System, or all libraries around the world through WorldCat. WorldCat Local is a service provided to the library across the Internet that eliminates/reduces costs to the library for hosting, operating and maintaining software. JAY: Mary Roach, Associate Dean of Technical Services, has mentioned that KU Libraries are investigating use of WorldCat Local quick start. Some issues regarding holdings and OCLC numbers and WorldCat records need to be resolved before they go forward.CLICK TO CALIFORNIA DIGITAL LIBRARY TEAM
  • When I say “Web-scale” for libraries, we are not talking about building a black box in the cloud. We are providing an infrastructure, a platform, applications and services. We are going to concentrate data that can be entered once and shared globally. There will be no hardware or software for a library to manage locally. In short, Web-scale services will change the way libraries do the things that they have always done.CLICK TO ADVISORY COUNCIL
  • With WorldCat Lists, users can create lists of their favorite items located in the WorldCat database. This example shows a list for a book club. Lists can then be shared with family, friends or the entire WorldCat community. Word about WorldCat’s list making functionality has already started to spread. More than 94,000 people have set up accounts, and more than 35,000 lists have been created. Soon, we hope to deliver more features that allow even greater participation with the world’s library catalogs: tagging, list sharing, groups, reviews, and ratings.CLICK TO WORLDCAT IDENTITIES
  • Another view of extending our global relevance and position of trust can be seen in a major international cooperative effort—the Virtual International Authority File. In the past year, the project has grown to the 13 institutions that you see listed here. The group will extend and enhance the Virtual International Authority File, which virtually combines multiple name authority files into a single name authority service. The long-term goal of the VIAF project is to include authoritative names from many libraries into a global service that will be freely available via the Web to users worldwide. OCLC Research’s VIAF team (left to right): Rick Bennett, Consulting Software Engineer; Jenny Toves, Software Architect; Ralph LeVan, Senior Research Scientist; and Thom Hickey, Chief Scientist. Not pictured: Ed O’Neill, Senior Research Scientist; and Ken Smith-Yoshimura, Program Officer. Applications pending: Library and Archives Canada, Getty Research Institute, National Diet Library, National Institute for Informatics (Japan), Swiss National Library, National and University Library of Slovenia. CLICK TO NEW SERVICE MODEL
  • OCLC researchers and the WorldCat.org team have come up with yet another way to make WorldCat data work harder. WorldCat Genres allows you to browse dozens of genres for hundreds of titles, authors, subjects, characters, locations, and more, ranked by popularity in the world's libraries. This another step forward in creating a compelling user experience.CLICK TO GLOBAL LIBRARY STATISTICS
  • Libraries are highly valued by consumers, particularly for their trustworthiness, authoritative information and free resourcesMany consumer Web sites recognize this value and would take advantage of it if it were delivered comprehensively, coherently, and in a “Webby” way Libraries will have to collaborate in new ways in order to accomplish this objective

A view of WorldCat- SNBU 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. A view of WorldCat
    XVI SNBU
    II SIBDB
    2010
    Daniel Boivin
    Executive Director, Canada, Latin America & the Caribbean
  • 2.
  • 3. “Library Web scale”
    Worldwide libraries and worldwide library transactions (PER YEAR)
    Libraries worldwide 1,212,383
    Books: physical processing 15,517,196,010
    Back-office transactions 61,879,349
    OPAC searches 105,607,800,600
    Database searches 36,555,852,000
    Circulation / ILL 4,983,393,968
    + Adds/deletes; patron record maintenance, etc.
    ____________________________________________________________________
    Annual transactions 166,041,975,140
    18,954,563 transactions / day
    5,265 transactions / second
  • 4. Metadata Silos
    Metadata Communities for:
    • Text
    Print
    Licensed
    Digital
    Archival
    • Data
    • 5. Images
    • 6. Sound
    • 7. Video
    • 8. Multimedia
    • 9. Objects
    • 10. More
  • OCLC’s vision for libraries in the consumer Web space …
    Help libraries to deliver their value to the user at the point of need on the Web.
    Library value includes …
    Collections
    Services
    Social identity/roles
  • 11. 72,035 libraries in 171 countries
    1,418
    5,715
    55,820
    4,058
    1,752
    Further access to the world’s information
    Reduce the rate of rise of per-unit library costs
    1,091
    1,800
    381
    The OCLC Cooperative
  • 12. WorldCat: The world’s largest library catalog at your fingertips
  • 13. WorldCat
    203 million records
    1.6+ billion holdings
    October 2010
  • 14. Create system-wide efficiencies in library managementWorldCat Growth since 1998
    Millions of records
  • 15. WorldCat
  • 16. WorldCat languages by # of records (57.5% Non-English)
  • 17. National Libraries:
    11 percent
    Special:
    14 percent
    School:
    0.1 percent
    Publics:
    9 percent
    Government:
    7 percent
    Other:
    7 percent
    Academics:
    20 percent
    Library of Congress:
    6 percent
    Research:
    24 percent
    WorldCat records
  • 18. WorldCat non-book records
  • 19. National Libraries in WorldCat
    National Agricultural Library
    National Library of Australia
    Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
    BibliothequeNationale De France
    BibliotecaNacional De Chile
    BibliotecaNacional - Madrid, Spain
    BibliotecaNacional Mexico
    National Library Service, Barbados
    National Central Library Taiwan
    Danish National Library of Education
    Library of Congress
    Danish National Library of Sci & Med, Copenhagen
    National Library of Finland
    Die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
    National Library of Israel
    Lebanese National Library
    National Library of The Czech Republic
    National Library of Lithuania
    National Library of Lesotho
    National Library of Iraq
    National Library of China (Bnj)
    National & Univ Library of Iceland, The
    British Library
    National Library of Namibia
    Swaziland National Library Service
    National Arch of Zimbabwe
    Botswana National Library Serviice
    DetKongeligeBibliotek
    KoninklijkeBibliotheek (Netherlands)
    National Library of Ireland
    National Library & Info Syst, Trinidad & Tobago
    National Library of Education
    Library and Archives Canada, Ph-Rd
    National Library of Scotland
    National Library of Med
    National Library of Wales
    National Library of South Africa (Sanb)
    National Library of New Zealand
    National Library of Russia, The
    National Library of Sweden
    National Library of Slovenia
    National Library Board, Singapore
    Swiss National Library
    National Library of Turkey
  • 20. National Libraries from LAC in WorldCat
    Barbados
    Chile
    RepúblicaDominicana
    México
    Trinidad y Tobago
    Nuevo sitio Web de Bibliotecasnacionales: http://www.oclc.org/worldcat/catalog/national/
  • 21.
  • 22. Number of Members and Participants by Country (Aug. 2010)
  • 23. 72,035 libraries in 171 countries
    1,418
    5,715
    55,820
    4,058
    1,752
    Further access to the world’s information
    Reduce the rate of rise of per-unit library costs
    1,091
    1,800
    381
    The OCLC Cooperative
  • 24.
  • 25. Will Search Engines Usurp Library Catalogs?
    College Students’ Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources: a Report
    to the OCLC Membership: http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm
    What if libraries don’t change how they support the discovery and delivery of their collections?
  • 26. What the users are saying
  • 27. The Catalog in Context
    Online catalogs represent one node in the end user’s information universe
  • 28. What if libraries don’t change the context for producing library metadata
    B.W. (Before the Web)
    For finding and managing library materials (mostly print)
    Catalog records (well-understood rules and encoding conventions)
    Shared cooperative cataloging systems
    Usually handcrafted, one at a time
    A.W. (After the Web)
    For finding and managing many types of materials, for many user communities
    Many types of records, many sources
    Loosely coupled metadata management, reuse and exchange services among multiple repositories
    Mix of manual and automated creation and metadata extract, conversion, mapping, ingest and transfer services
  • 29. Collections have changed / are still changing
    Low-High
    Books & Journals
    Newspapers
    Gov Documents
    CD & DVD
    Maps
    Scores
    Low-Low
    Freely-accessible web resources
    low
    Uniqueness
    High-Low
    Research & Learning Materials
    Institutional records
    ePrints/tech reports
    Learning objects
    Courseware
    E-portfolios
    Research data
    High-High
    Special Collections
    Rare books
    Local/Historical Newspapers
    Local History Materials
    Archives & Manuscripts
    Theses & dissertations
    high
    high
    low
    Stewardship/scarcity
  • 30. What is OCLC doing to help librariesshare more metadata faster,improve delivery and discovery at Web scale?
    Maximize Uptake
    Syndicate Grid services through partner programs
    Create Local Value
    Leverage the value of Web-scale into end-user solutions for libraries
    Increase Efficiency
    Reduce the cost of Library Management with Grid-enabled systems and services
    Build Web-scale
    Provide the most compelling Web-scale presence for libraries
    Move to the Network
    Enrich the WorldCat Grid through greater service and data coverage
    Building Web-scale for libraries
  • 31. Power of cooperation
    Cooperation
  • 32. Data Syndication
    Over 9,000 registered affiliates through our self-service searchbox and open linking . . .
  • 33. Data Syndication
  • 34. Data Syndication
  • 35. Data Syndication
  • 36. Data Syndication
  • 37. Metrics: WorldCat.org
    2008/2009
    164.6 million
    10.6 million
    Referrals from partner sites to Open WorldCat Landing page
    Click-throughs from Open WorldCat to library services
    2009/2010
    235.4 million
    12.7 million
  • 38. WorldCat.org monthly traffic
    Monthly traffic: 16.9 million
    WorldCat API: .5 million
    Linking: 2.9 million
    Direct access: 6 million
    Resulting in:
    1 million+ clicks
    to library services every month
    Search Engines
    7.5 million
  • 39. Traffic channels
  • 40. Top referring domains, June 2010
  • 41. From Web to the libraries (conversion rate -- LAC (dark) and Brazil (light)) (April to August 2010)
  • 42. Top 20 countries who contribute to WC.org Traffic
  • 43.
  • 44. Putting it all together
    Collections represented in WorldCat today (includes .org/local)
    Books: 171.5 million
    Theses & Dissertations: 14.75 million
    Conference Proceedings 8.1 million
    Ebooks 8.4 million
    Databases 1,127
    Articles 246.9 million
    Periodicals 61 thousand
    Institutional repositories 26.4 million items
  • 45. 2.c. Exposición de investigaciones científicas nacionales: Disertaciones y tesis electrónicas de IBICT de Brasil
  • 46. WorldCat.org:A Global Library Search Engine
  • 47. 2.c. Exposición de investigaciones científicas nacionales: Disertaciones y tesis electrónicas de IBICT de Brasil
  • 48. 2.c. Exposición de investigaciones científicas nacionales: Disertaciones y tesis electrónicas de IBICT de Brasil
  • 49. 2.c. Exposición de investigaciones científicas nacionales: Disertaciones y tesis electrónicas de IBICT de Brasil
  • 50. WorldCat on mobile deviceswww.worldcat.org/m
  • 51. Top Mobile Devices accessing WorldCat.org, June 2010
  • 52. What is OCLC doing to help librariesshare more metadata faster,improve delivery and discovery at Web scale?
    Maximize Uptake
    Syndicate Grid services through partner programs
    Create Local Value
    Leverage the value of Web-scale into end-user solutions for libraries
    Increase Efficiency
    Reduce the cost of Library Management with Grid-enabled systems and services
    Build Web-scale
    Provide the most compelling Web-scale presence for libraries
    Move to the Network
    Enrich the WorldCat Grid through greater service and data coverage
    Building Web-scale for libraries
  • 53. WorldCat Local
    WorldCat Local
    Metasearch (Next Gen.):
    Integrated access to your local and remote resources
    Central Index
    Remote Index
    WorldCat with your library holdings
    OCLC licensed content
    Non-OCLC licensed content
    Remote database
    Remote database
  • 54. Create a compelling user environmentWorldCat Local at UCLA Library
  • 55. Web-scale components
    Infrastructure
    Platform
    Apps
    Services
    WorldCat
    Acquisitions
    License management
    Cataloging
    WorldCat Local discovery
    Access
    Circulation
    Delivery
    Preservation
    Intelligence
    Deaccession
    Cooperative
  • 56. Webscale Management System
  • 57. Webscale Management System
  • 58. Users have another view of the digital world
  • 59. WorldCat Facebook Widget: Expose your collection where your users are on the Web
  • 60. WorldCat List Usage: Book Clubs
  • 61. Create a compelling user environmentWorldCat.org from iGoogle
  • 62. WorldCat Collection Analysis
    Analyze usage data
    ILL borrows, loans
    Circulation transactions, ratios
    Authoritative list comparisons
    Choice—Outstanding Academic Titles
    Library Journal
    School Library Journal
    Doody’s Core Medical Titles
  • 63. Increase OCLC’s global relevance and position of trust Virtual International Authority File
    Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Egypt)
    Bibliothèquenationale de France
    German National Library
    ICCU (Italy)
    Library of Congress
    NarodniKnihovna (Czech Republic)
    National Library of Australia
    National Library of Israel
    National Library of Portugal
    National Library of Spain
    National Library of Sweden
    Vatican Library
    OCLC Research
  • 64. Mining data better – WorldCat Identity: Identidad de GarcíaMárquez – página 1
  • 65. Relevance and TrustWorldCat Genres
  • 66. OCLC Strategy: Build Web scale for libraries
    Local
    Group
    Global
    • More collaboration
    • 67. More libraries
    • 68. More archives, museums
    • 69. More countries
    • 70. More Web scale
    • 71. More innovation
    Management Systems
    Metadata Services
    Discovery & Delivery
  • 72. What If We Do Nothing?
  • 73. Services and Service: Balance
    PublicPurpose
    Services
    All for the fundamental public purpose of furthering ease of access to and use of the ever-expanding body of worldwide scientific, literary and educational knowledge and information.
  • 74. In conclusion …
    Metadata
  • 75. Questions