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The library happens elsewhere 2013

  1. 1. The Library Happens Elsewhere Anders Söderbäck, Stockholm University Library, 2013-05-30
  2. 2. The 18th century way of reducing TCO… 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
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  4. 4. (http://www.libereurope.eu/blog/thinking-the-unthinkable-a-library-without-a-catalogue-reconsidering-the-future-of-discovery-to) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  5. 5. So, is there a future for academic libraries? Personally I think in the near future we will see the end of the academic library as we know it. - Lukas Koster (http://commonplace.net/2013/01/discover-and-deliver-or-else/) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  6. 6. …and we also do some publishing. 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  7. 7. Cost of acquisitions at swedish research libraries, 2002 - 2009 Digital content Print content 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholm university library
  8. 8. Electronic publishing gives great opportunities for a faster and broader spread of the works of researchers and students. […] As a rule, libraries have a more or less pronounced responsibility to coordinate these efforts in cooperation with researchers and students. - Final report from Swedish Electronic Publishing, 2005 (http://www.kb.se/Dokument/Bibliotek/projekt/svep_slutrapport_allmant.pdf) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
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  10. 10. The Final Frontier: the library turning 180 degrees and switching from consumption to production of publications. According to some people university libraries are very suitable and qualified to become scholarly publishers. - Lukas Koster (http://commonplace.net/2013/01/discover-and-deliver-or-else/) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  11. 11. Publishing as it currently exists requires a number of specific skills that have nothing to do with librarian expertise. […] But of course the publishing process can and probably will change. - Lukas Koster (http://commonplace.net/2013/01/discover-and-deliver-or-else/) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  12. 12. The Roads to Stockholm University Press 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  13. 13. Road 1: Digitization at Stockholms University Library 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  14. 14. Key principles • No new silo for digitized books • Build on existing systems and workflows • Add functionality when needed (e.g. a file system based object store) • Lego bricks, modularity… 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
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  16. 16. Issues • Syncing data between repository and catalog • Identifiers 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  17. 17. Road 2: Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  18. 18. Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis • Since 1956 • December 2011: Open Access Policy • December 2011: Prioritize electronic publishing • January 2012: Print on Demand • May 2012: Purchase books using credit card • Autumn 2012: Digitization of Acta backlist 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
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  20. 20. Issues • Syncing data between repository and catalog • Identifiers • Sending files to the printing house • ISBN:s • Publishing requires new skills • Print on Demand for digitized backlist 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  21. 21. Despite the decision to prioritize electronic publishing, print on demand became our main focus for 2012. 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  22. 22. 2013: Stockholm University Press 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  23. 23. Key principles • No organizational silo for publishing • Build on existing systems and workflows • Add workflows when needed • Lego bricks, modularity… 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  24. 24. Current projects • Stockholm University dissertations • Turning digitized backlist into electronic text 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  25. 25. Coming projects • Peer review • XML based production and storage • Improved dissemination • From PDF to EPUB • … 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  26. 26. Sustaining vs. disruptive innovation 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  27. 27. Panic response to disruption Libraries need a next generation platform that is generic, scalable, multi tenant and able to meet all user expectations while keeping TCO to a minimum. The new digital environment is mobile. Therefore we need an extensible, modular framwork which will leverage the cloud by outsourcing delivery of enhanced marc records. We think of this as a unified virtual index with RESTful API:s, embedded in a federated structure of linked open data. (PS. Is AJAX still cool?) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
  28. 28. Hybrid innovation • Includes both the old and the new technology • It targets existing customers, rather than nonconsumers • It tries to do the job of the preexisting technology. • Does not significantly reduce the level of wealth and/or expertise needed (http://www.christenseninstitute.org/publications/hybrids/) 2013-05-30 / Anders Söderbäck, Stockholms universitetsbibliotek
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