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Slides supporting the OLE Project Update webinar/webcast on March 31, 2009. More information can be found at http://oleproject.org

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OLE Project Update - Webinar  March 31 2009 OLE Project Update - Webinar March 31 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • Open Library Environment Webinar March 31, 2009 1
  • Agenda • OLE Overview • Where we’ve been • Where we are • Where we’re headed • Questions • Final thoughts Jean Ferguson, Head, Research and Reference Services, Perkins Library, Duke 2 University, Jean.F@duke.edu
  • OLE Overview • What is OLE? • Planning phase: September ‘08 – July ‘09 • International participation from 15 libraries and consortia • Community source alternative to current ILS Beth Forrest Warner, Officer for Grants, Research Support, & Library Assessment, Univ. 3
  • OLE Overview Which of the following do you see as being very important for the future of your library? • Flexibility • Community Ownership • Service Orientation • Enterprise-Level Integration • Efficiency • Sustainability Beth Forrest Warner, Officer for Grants, Research Support, & Library Assessment, Univ. 4
  • Where we’ve been • Regional Design Workshops • Did you attend a workshop? • Who attended? • 350+ people from 95 institutions! John Brennan, Digital Projects Coordinator, Rutgers University, brennanj@rci.rutgers.edu 5
  • Where we’ve been • Project team meetings • Webinars • Community information sharing John Brennan, Digital Projects Coordinator, Rutgers University, brennanj@rci.rutgers.edu 6
  • Where we’ve been • Recent progress • Information for you to review • OLE website (oleproject.org) John Brennan, Digital Projects Coordinator, Rutgers University, brennanj@rci.rutgers.edu 7
  • Where we are today • Scope Document • Build plan • Prospectus Michael Winkler, Director, Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, University of 8 Pennsylvania, winkler4@pobox.upenn.edu
  • Where we’re headed • Develop build proposal – Spring • Upcoming events/presentations • Project team meeting – May • Draft design document – June • Ongoing community input and feedback • Final design document & project report – July Doreen Herold, Catalog Librarian Lehigh University, dok205@lehigh.edu 9
  • Questions? Jean Ferguson, Head, Research and Reference, Perkins Library, Duke University 10 , jean.f@duke.edu
  • Final Thoughts • How useful was this webinar? • Would you be interested in participating in a late spring webcast to discuss the final document and outcomes of the planning process? • Send comments/additional questions to John.Little@Duke.edu Lynne O’Brien, Director, Academic Technology, Perkins Library, Duke University, lynne.obrien@duke.edu 11
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