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  • Link to Lincoln video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5fzmmrk6kk
  • Unknown use-cases... What will bringing together data open up in the future?

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  • 1. Monday 26th March. UKSG, Glasgow. Presenter or main title… Session Title or subtitle…Data-Driven Library Infrastructure:A UK perspective
  • 2. Ben Showers Programme Manager b.showers@jisc.ac.uk@benshowershttp://infteam.jiscinvolve.org/wp/
  • 3. www.flickr.com/photos/humanoide Supporting the innovative use of Information and Communication Technology (lCT) in support of learning, teaching, and research
  • 4. Outline1. Current Picture2. Data-Driven3. Benefits and Implications
  • 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5fzmmrk6kk
  • 6. 3 themes Ecosystem Effort Eventualities
  • 7. The current picture Systems and services designed as discreet solutions System and service redundancy
  • 8. The current picture vertically Thinking
  • 9. Data-Driven Infrastructure Ambient data Dynamic data
  • 10. Three Stars of Data-DrivenInfrastructure Reusable data Reusable vocabularies Joined data up Rachel Bruce’s 3 stars of data-driven infrastructure
  • 11. “This is kind of like asking whatelectricity looks like: it doesnt so much look like anything, as it makes certain things possible” Karen Coyle
  • 12. Ecosystem
  • 13. "UK researchers and students will haveeasy, flexible, and ongoing access to contentand services through acollaborative, aggregated and integratedresource discovery and delivery frameworkwhich is comprehensive, open, andsustainable.“ http://discovery.ac.uk/
  • 14. Human ecosystems... 1
  • 15. Human ecosystems... 2
  • 16. Let your data be promiscuous
  • 17. Effort
  • 18. ReductionRedistribution of effort
  • 19. FromChore to CorePaul Walk, UKOLN.
  • 20. Data as iterative
  • 21. begets
  • 22. Protecting the future from the past! http://www.jisc- collections.ac.uk/knowledgebaseplus/
  • 23. Eventualities
  • 24. The library as ‘start-up’
  • 25. Scratch an itch: Pitch!
  • 26. Human infrastructures
  • 27. Think like a dandelion!
  • 28. Domain DeveloperExpert Data