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Global References index to Biodiversity (GRIB), a bibliographic index of EDIT and BHL-Europe partner libraries and a scanning management tool for librarians and scientists by Boris Jacob

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  • 1. Global References Index to Biodiversity (GRIB) 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, October Friday 8th, 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin A bibliographic index of EDIT and BHL-Europe partner libraries and a scanning management tool for librarians and scientists.
  • 2. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin ToC • What is the Biodiversity Heritage Library • What is EDIT/ViTaL • Why we team up • Global References Index to Biodiversity • GRIB Prototype • GRIB Digitisation Management • GRIB Web Services • Outlook
  • 3. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin Biodiversity Heritage Library for Europe • BHL-Europe Project startet in 2009. Not funded to digitise, but a best practice network building a solution with existing (state-of-the- art) technologies and bring it onto the market. • Improving the interoperability of European biodiversity digital libraries. • Facilitate the open access to taxonomic literature for a large number of target users including the general public. • Provide a multilingual access point for the search and retrieval of biodiversity content through EUROPEANA and BHL. • Develop operational strategies and processes for long-term preservation and sustainability of the data. • Facilitate and enable the initiation of scanning initiatives in European countries.
  • 4. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin BHL-Portal
  • 5. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin EDIT/ViTaL • WP 5.3 Activity/ViTaL - Virtual Library of Taxonomic Literature and Documentation as a platform component. • ViTaL Metasearch engine was stuck in an dead-end. ReViTaLization in Nov. 2009. EDIT and BHL-Europe started envisioning a shared bibliographical index called GRIB. • Teaming up: Shared Partners and goals • 29 partners in EDIT • 28 partners in BHL-Europe • 16 in EDIT & BHL-Europe EDIT BHL-E 29 16 28
  • 6. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin Teaming up • Create an index of bibliographic references based on the EDIT partner’s taxonomic literature catalogues using mechanisms developed jointly with the BHL-Europe Project. • Linked to the index of references, provide information on subscribed digital literature resources available at the partners. Link through to these resources where access is permitted. • Link freely available digital resources (e.g. BHL) to the index of references. • Make the search capabilities for the index of references accessible as (i) a web service and (ii) within a web page (ViTaL web portal). • Allow users of the index of references to nominate literature items for digitisation. EDIT JPA5/5.3 of March 2010
  • 7. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin Global References Index to Biodiversity • GRIB is build by the VZG of the Common Library Network GBV. • Imported library catalogues: • NHM (Natural History Museum, London) • NBN (Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis) • MFN (Museum für Naturkunde Berlin) • FUB BGBM (Freie Universität Berlin - Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum) • BHL-US (allows link to electronic full text) • Now holds 325.805 deduplicated titles and articles
  • 8. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin GRIB Prototype
  • 9. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin GRIB Digitisation Management Digitisation Status Not digitised Should be digitised Will be digitised Digitisation in progress Digitisation completed Document available Digitisation status can be set by authenticated users depending on their specific roles. RESTful web service to set and see digitisation status
  • 10. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin GRIB Services Using GRIB services e.g. in CDM based EDIT Platform components Taxonomic Editor GRIB CDM • Search for references directly from within the Taxonomic Editor • Reuse of references from result set in the Taxonomic Editor, storeable in CDM Community Store SRU = Search and Retrieve via URI CDM = Common Data Model According user interface elements are currently under construction SRUServiceWrapper SRU
  • 11. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin Outlook • Autumn 2010 • Initial import of EDIT & BHL-Europe library catalogues • GRIB user review and technical review • Winter 2010/2011 • Implementation of mechanism to update library catalogues into GRIB • Sustainability review • Spring 2011 • Live-version of the GRIB, further development by BHL-Europe
  • 12. 3rd EDIT Publishing Meeting, Copenhagen, Friday 8th 2010 Boris Jacob | EDIT WP5 Bibliographic Tools | Museum für Naturkunde Berlin Contact & Information • Email: boris.jacob@mfn-berlin.de • News: http://twitter.com/editvital • GRIB Prototype: http://grib.gbv.de • EDIT Platform for Cybertaxonomy: http://wp5.e-taxonomy.eu • BHL-Europe: http://www.bhl-europe.eu • BHL: http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org

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