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Future framing discussions for Biodiversity Heritage Library

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    Life & Literature Future Framing for BHL Life & Literature Future Framing for BHL Presentation Transcript

    • Breakouts
    • Penguins: Skunks: Cacti: Beetles: Classroom A - Suzanne Classroom C - Chris Lecture Hall 2 - Connie Ward Lecture Hall - Marie (Theme: Content & Connections): What new types of content, and connections between content, should BHL focus on bringing into its collection in the next 5 years? (Theme: Technical Advancement): What new technologies should BHL adopt and integrate, or plan for, in the next 5 years? (Theme: New Collaborations): What other institutions, domains, or user groups should BHL engage with in the next 5 years? (Theme: Educational Outreach): What kinds of tools does BHL need, and how should BHL be structured, so that its content can be used in educational settings and for other outreach activities? But you can morph!
    • Breakout Sessions Maintain Expand Innovate Avoid
    • Breakout Session: Content & Connections Maintain Expand Innovate Avoid
      • Content based on communities (Scratchpads)
      • Accept other scanned content
      • Define CiteBank & make it a trusted repository
      • Article level access
      • Allow annotation & mark-up connect to outside sources
      • OCR corrections
      • Click & go
      • Multi-lingual access
      • Connecting to other databases
      • Scanning more stuff!
      • CiteBank
      • Feedback
      • Charging
      • Closed access
      • Imposing layers of interpretation
    • Breakout Session: Tech Advancements Maintain Expand Innovate Avoid
      • Bandwidth / Access
      • Common Names
      • Better metadata / granularity
      • Local serving
      • User-created collections & community-building
      • Access to Illustrations
      • Mobile
        • Different resolutions
      • Gaming with a purpose
        • Citizen science
      • “ BHL in a Box”
        • Computable text package
      • Non-crowd sourcing
        • Algorithms at scale
      • Older technologies
        • What was cool won’t be
      • Solutions in search of a problem
      • Not going mobile
      • Limiting Access
      • More of the same but better & more
      • Expose all BHL content
    • Breakout Session: New Collaborations Maintain Expand Innovate Avoid
      • Art and pattern recognition
        • Interface of art & science
      • Expanding into commercial sites
      • Archives, hidden collections, oral histories
      • Maps, posters, framed works
      • Recording designs of spaces in museums, aquaria, zoos
      • Include more government & university collections
      • Expanding into commercial sites
    • Breakout Session: Educational Outreach Maintain Expand Innovate Avoid
      • Focus groups with intermediaries
      • Expand BLE tool
      • Social networking
      • Explore science & art linkages
      • Add GIS component
      • Tools / API development
        • Access to game designers
      • Computable data
      • Partnerships with publishers for current material
      • Biodiversity Library Exhibitions Tool
      • Harmonize BHL family of portals
      • User feedback about interface
      • Better linkages between BHL & EOL
      • Losing brand
        • Pay attention to it
      • Too big, too fast
      • Bad metadata
      • Don’t be valueless