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Presentation on next generation catalogs in libraries

Presentation on next generation catalogs in libraries

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  • 1.
    • THE ARK WAS BUILT BY AMATEURS
    • THE TITANIC WAS BUILT BY PROFESSIONALS
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    • THE ARK WAS BUILT BY AMATEURS
    • THE TITANIC WAS BUILT BY PROFESSIONALS
  • 11. What’s the point?
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    • We should relinquish central coordination?? - In some cases, you bet. Especially when it comes to adding social-based services. The term “ Radical Trust ” has been tossed about in regard to this. In order for some things to be successful, we’re going to have to let the reins slip a little (sometimes a lot) and let our users take over. Given our profession’s obsession with authoritativeness, it’s hard, I know. Get over it, and remember, authority and social participation are by no means mutually exclusive. The two can exist quite nicely in parallel.
    • http://www.blyberg.net/2006/08/23/neither-far-out-nor-in-deep/
  • 14. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fichter/114899622/
  • 15. Image:
    • Library to patrons
    • Patrons to each other
  • 16. Image:
    • Library to patrons
    • Patrons to each other
  • 17. Why bother?
  • 18. ` Online BOOKSTORE is better Online LIBRARY is better
  • 19. Online BOOKSTORE is better Online LIBRARY is better
  • 20. Base: LOW Frequency remote OPAC access BROWSE PRE-SELECT Browse Pre-Select
  • 21. BROWSE PRE-SELECT Browse Pre-Select Base: HIGH frequency remote OPAC access
  • 22. Four Searches
    • About:
      • “ Head+Injury”
    • Discovery:
      • “ 1920s+Jazz
    • How to:
      • “ How+to+build+doll+house
    • Project/Essay:
      • “ Pioneers”
  • 23. Discovery
    • Title Word: 1920s+Jazz
    • Title Word: 1920s+Music
    • Subject Browse: 1920s+Jazz
    • Subject Browse: 1920s+Music
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  • 34. Another Discovery Use Case:
    • What Should I read next?
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  • 37. If you liked HP – then you’ll like…?
    • Captain Underpants
    • Series of Unfortunate Events
    • Cornelia Inkheart
    • Trickster’s Choice
    • Tale of Despereaux
    • The Neverending Story
    • Holy Bible
    • Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell
    • Eragon
    • Lord of the Rings
    • Chronicles of Narnia
    • Aesop’s Fables
    • Gladiator (DVD)
    • Jaws (25th Anniversay Edition DVD)
    • The Matrix (DVD)
    • A Bug’s Life (DVD)
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    • how+to+bild+a+dall+house
    • how+to+bild+a+doll
    • househow+to+bild+doll+house
    • Howtobilddollhouse
    • Howtobilddollhouse
    • how+to+build+a+doll+house
    • how+to+build+a+dog+housedoll+house
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  • 61. 21:48:37 Subject Browse Coma 21:48:27 Subject Browse Coma 21:48:09 Title Word Head+Brain+injuries 21:48:07 Subject Browse Head+Brain+injuries 21:48:00 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:47:45 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:47:19 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:46:23 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:46:23 Subject Word Brain%20--%20Wounds%20and%20injuries. 21:45:23 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:45:33 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:45:23 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:45:10 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:45:01 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:44:21 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:44:10 Subject Browse Brain+injuries 21:43:14 Subject Browse Head+Brain+injuries 21:42:53 Title Word Head+Brain+injuries 21:39:32 Title Word Head+ 21:38:16 Title Word Head+ 21:38:05 Title Word Head+Injury 21:37:46 General Word Head+Injury 21:37:33 Title Word Head+Injury 21:37:33 Subject Word Head+Injury 21:27:15 Title Word Head+Injury 21:37:13 Subject Browse Head+Injury 21:36:19 Title Word Head+Injury 21:36:10 Subject Browse Head+Injury 21:35:51 Subject Browse Head+Injury 21:35:08 Subject Browse Head+Injury
  • 62. 21:56:02 Subject Browse Head+Injury 21:58:10 Subject Browse Head 21:57:51 General Word Catastrophic 21:57:26 Subject Browse Head 21:57:07 Subject Browse Head 21:56:59 Subject Browse Head 21:56:36 Subject Browse Head 21:56:35 General Word Head 21:55:08 General Word Head 21:55:01 Subject Browse Head 21:54:29 Title Word Critical 21:54:17 Subject Browse Head 21:53:45 Title Word Injuries 21:52:36 Title Word Injuries 21:52:25 Subject Browse Head 21:51:37 Subject Browse Head 21:51:26 Subject Browse Unconscious 21:50:48 Title Word Injury 21:50:29 Subject Browse Unconscious 21:50:15 Subject Browse Unconscious 21:50:00 Subject Browse Concusion 21:49:46 Subject Browse Concussion 21:49:18 Subject Browse Coma 21:48:53 Subject Browse Coma
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  • 69. Search = Head Injuries
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  • 71. “Most Relevant” #2
  • 72. “Most Relevant”- #3
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  • 84. But what if…
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  • 90. “… . Although largely ignored in information systems development and research, serendipitous retrieval complements querying and browsing, and together they provide a holistic, ecological approach to information acquisition and define the key approaches to a digital library. ...”
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    • Taking advantage of human processing …to solve problems computers can’t
    • …using wasted human cycles
      • 9 billion human hours online spent playing solitaire
    • “How do we make good use of this to solve pressing problems for the good of all humanity?”
  • 98. Web 2.0 Gaps: The web needs libraries; libraries need the web
    • Search
      • Signal to Noise ratios in an age of infinite information
    • 2. Discovery
      • Connecting users to creators in the “long tail”
    • 3. Social Networking
      • The new digital divide
    • 4. Public Dialogue on the Net
  • 99. Web 2.0 Gaps: The web needs libraries; libraries need the web
    • Search
      • Signal to Noise ratios in an age of infinite information
    • 2. Discovery
      • Connecting users to creators in the “long tail”
    • 3. Social Networking
      • The new digital divide
    • 4. Public Dialogue on the Net
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    • As things play out, I’d suggest we’ll see the social network employed as filter…people coming together to rate, review, to discuss, to analyze…
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    • “ Sharing will be everywhere. It’s the next chapter of the World Wide Web. “
    • On the launch of My Web 2.0 a “new version of the Yahoo!’s search engine that will harness the collective power of small groups of Web surfers to improve the quality of search results
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