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Results Workshop OAI6


Transcript of the Flipchart from the Workshop "What can Repositories learn from the web 2.0?"

Transcript of the Flipchart from the Workshop "What can Repositories learn from the web 2.0?"

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  • 1. What is cool about repositories? - Early stage (god point to start) - Open access - Services above (e.g. OAI) - Serendipity discovery - Generate CV - Put on one place reuse on many - Quality of data - Building collections - Annotations - Persistent identifier
  • 2. Which ideas you can imagine in repositories? - APIs - User feedback - Templates for metadata - Comments - Use of industry standards for metadata (like EXIF camera data) - User control gives trust - Moving objects between services (incl. feedback + metadata) - Showing why metadata makes sense (getting better found more hits) - Metadata can be improved (by other users) - Allow collaborative ways of working (over institutions) - OpenID login - - Easy upload - Batch upload
  • 3. Is that relevant? Why? - Users use content not only in library context - Users getting used stuff to be shared - Users are using web 2.0 tools and are used to it Why not? - Differnd requirement - Not comparable
  • 4. Which features you like to see in repositories? - Data exchange (between other tools) - Object exchange - Possibility to use (and create) differnd user interface - Integration in Tools - Working with other tools - Linked data (using of the web) - Web services - Difference upload presentation - Control over data back to user - Help (very short screencasts) - Improving usability (maybe that makes help not necessary)
  • 5. What can we learn from web 2.0 services? - Openness, Sharing - Collaboration - Get in user environments (better be there at the start(!))
  • 6. Further Links 1. Jeremy McWilliams, “Developing an Academic Image Collection with Flickr,” The Code4Lib Journal (Juni 23, 2008), (Article about use of flickr machine tags:) 2. Andy Powell, “Web 2.0 and repositories - have we got our repository architecture right?,” repository-architecture-right.