Discovery at the RLUK conference 2012

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A presentation I gave on the JISC Discovery programme at the RLUK conference 2012. The presentation focused on preliminary headlines from the Discovery programme.

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  • Near future!Future is not marc basedFuture is unlikely to be covered by discovery toolsWe have experimented with some new approaches so you can learn from them and plan your next steps in this areaWe are not alone – global movement
  • SkillsIf we are going to be prepared to cope with new changes in technology for resource discovery we need to make sure we have the right skills in libraries and constantly monitor those skillsDataTo ensure we are able to be flexible and innovative with our services we need to ensure we focus on our data rather than our systems. Rate of technical change is so fast that we need to ensure we can react to opportunites as they arise, not rely on others to take advantage of new developmentsInfrastructureWe need to work together as a sector to identify promising shared service opportunities and to identify the most effective way to exploit them when they arise, by doing it ourselves or working in partnership
  • Discovery at the RLUK conference 2012

    1. 1. Discovery Andy McGregor Programme manager15/11/2012 Venue Name: Go to View menu > Header and Footer to change slide 1
    2. 2. ExperimentedIdentified approaches Released data Developed services Collected lessons
    3. 3. So, what does this mean for you?
    4. 4. Future approaches to discovery We are not alone – global investment
    5. 5. http://guidance.discovery.ac.uk/
    6. 6. Innovative cataloguing
    7. 7. http://ioeoemuk.wordpress.com/http://copac.ac.uk/innovations/collections-management/
    8. 8. Better discovery through linking? The archives use case seems to be strong Linked Data is not the only option
    9. 9. http://openmetadatapathway.blogspot.co.uk/ http://ww1.discovery.ac.uk/http://willsworld.blogs.edina.ac.uk/
    10. 10. Enhanced shared services
    11. 11. Business case http://discovery.ac.uk/businesscase/videos/http://guidance.discovery.ac.uk/
    12. 12. Further information and links available from http://bit.ly/discrluk12
    13. 13. What lies ahead?
    14. 14. DATA SKILLSINFRASTRUCTURE
    15. 15. A toolkit based on Discovery Summit 2013products of Discovery Is open enough? programme 2013 21-22 February 2013
    16. 16. Thanks for listening @andymcg a.mcgregor@jisc.ac.ukPicture CreditsFinish - http://www.flickr.com/photos/28481088@N00/6177013284/Point - http://www.flickr.com/photos/a2gemma/1448178195/sizes/l/in/photostreamAhead of the curve http://www.flickr.com/photos/bigmacsc99/5235884687/

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