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ER&L 2013 CORAL Users Group Meeting - Project Updates
 

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    ER&L 2013 CORAL Users Group Meeting - Project Updates ER&L 2013 CORAL Users Group Meeting - Project Updates Presentation Transcript

    • CORAL User Group Meeting ER&L 2013 Benjamin Heet, NCSU
    • Community – Still Going Strong  CORAL-ERM@LISTSERV.ND.EDU  211 subscribers  Survey of Confirmed Installations  42 confirmed sites  Voluntary survey 7/2012 and 1/2013  CORAL-ADMIN@LISTSERV.ND.EDU  Steering Committee  5 member institutions
    • Steering Committee Members  University of Notre Dame  Robin Schaaf  Jaron Kennel  Monica Moore  Lauren Ajamie  North Carolina State  Benjamin Heet  Duke Medical Center Library  Emma Cryer  Michael Ravenel  Texas A&M  Eric Hartnett  Doug Hahn  Calvin College  Remington Steed  Katherine Swart
    • Year in Review  A Successful first year working together  Steering Committee Membership Changes  Updated CORAL website (January 2012)  Github, discussion forum  Resources v1.1 – Cataloging tab  Data-loader scripts, from Calvin College  CORAL Data Dictionary  Calvin College, Fenway Libraries Online  Resources v1.2 – Texas A&M Contributions  Steering Committee Conference Call, Update 2/2013
    • Steering Committee – Year One  Original Idea – members to contribute programming efforts, e-resources management expertise  Enhancements – gathered from community, managed in github (approx. 45)  Priorities Change, Membership Changes  Institutions install and modify CORAL to solve own problems  Easier to be a group of invested parties, rather than single unified body  Need to empower members to share and contribute local solutions
    • Steering Committee – Year Two  Invested institutions solving local problems  Share developments with other members, allow input and consent  Contribute developments to master code on github  Formal enhancement gathering, voting cycle and assignment abandoned  Call for help  New invested parties needed  Seeking sites that have enhanced CORAL but not shared code  Considering new membership roles and options
    • Steering Committee – Year Two  Individual Sites’ Plans  Calvin College  UTF-8 fixes, auto-complete fixes, improved display for helpful links section  Improve github presence to promote sharing, community  Texas A&M  Pushing out CORAL data; AZ lists, subscription renewal calendars  Documentation Module  Duke Medical Center Library  Incident / Problem Report Tracker  Ben Heet  Updated Documentation  Planning for sustainable future
    • Help Wanted - Get Involved  Steering Committee member  Contribute local developments (contact coral-admin)  Conference Presentations and Articles  Data Dictionary  Documentation  Join coral-erm@listserv.nd.edu  Share experiences, help answer questions  CORAL meet-ups  Code4Lib, NASIG
    • Opportunities on the Horizon  GOKb  Open knowledge base soon to be available to any system  SUSHI  A few parties have shown interest  CORAL and eMatrix  Opportunity for project synergies  Further data-loader development  Community Ownership  No longer owned by a single site  Anyone can step up and take charge
    • User Group – Audience Participation  What is on your mind?  Questions, concerns?  Topics for discussion today  Topics for future consideration  Local use stories
    • Thanks for coming! Enjoy the rest of the conference.