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Presented by Neil Mayo at UK LOCKSS Alliance Members’ Meeting: 10th May 2011, National Railway Museum, York

Presented by Neil Mayo at UK LOCKSS Alliance Members’ Meeting: 10th May 2011, National Railway Museum, York

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  • 1. Neil Mayo (neil.mayo <at> ed.ac.uk) EDINA, University of Edinburgh UK LOCKSS Alliance Members' Meeting 10 th May 2011 National Railway Museum, York. Access to Content via Link Resolvers
  • 2. Access to Content via Link Resolvers Providing access to preserved content Neil Mayo
    • LOCKSS preserves content.
    • We want to make that preserved content available.
    • Link resolution is the process of producing appropriate target links to content, based on a bibliographic query.
    • Link Resolver integration: we work with vendors to add LOCKSS as a target and produce a LOCKSS target parser
    • Link Resolver regularly ingests metadata describing the library holdings
    • LOCKSS is configured to serve content on port 8082
  • 3. Access to Content via Link Resolvers LOCKSS Components Neil Mayo
  • 4. Access to Content via Link Resolvers Link Resolvers: Knowledge Base Update Neil Mayo
  • 5. Access to Content via Link Resolvers KBART Exporter Neil Mayo
    • Title data is extracted from LOCKSS' own TDB format and processed to KBART format:
    • Titles are split upon coverage gaps of more than a year
    • Start and end dates, volumes and issues are calculated
    • ISSN identifiers are discovered
    • The KBART data is output as CSV for import into a knowledge base, or HTML for online browsing.
    • The HTML output can be filtered and customised.
  • 6. Access to Content via Link Resolvers KBART Sample Output Neil Mayo Some issue-level information is not available An example of customised HTML output – ordered by publication_title. The collection is now queryable! Ordered by publication title Reduced and reordered set of fields
  • 7. Access to Content via Link Resolvers The process of providing access Neil Mayo
    • User conducts a search via Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and selects a title
    • OPAC consults a Link Resolver to establish possible targets for the requested title
    • Available targets are returned based on the holdings data in the knowledge base
    • Targets are displayed to the user
  • 8. Access to Content via Link Resolvers Library Catalogue Search Neil Mayo
  • 9. Access to Content via Link Resolvers The process of providing access Neil Mayo
    • User chooses an article to view
    • OPAC consults Link Resolver with bibliographic data to identify a particular target (title contents, volume listing, individual article)
    • The LOCKSS-specific target parser takes the the bibliographic metadata and constructs an OpenURL for the target
    • User is redirected to the target, which is served by the LOCKSS box
  • 10. Access to Content via Link Resolvers Library Catalogue Search Neil Mayo
  • 11. Access to Content via Link Resolvers LOCKSS ServeContent Neil Mayo ServeContent is a service in the LOCKSS interface. Given a bibliographic query using OpenURL parameters, it will serve an appropriate copy of the desired content, either locally preserved or on the publisher's website. OpenURL 0.1, OpenURL 1.0, and DOI queries are accepted.
  • 12. Access to Content via Link Resolvers LOCKSS MetadataManager Neil Mayo Metadata Manager (disabled by default) will build a database of article-level bibliographic metadata from preserved content. In the future this will support article-level resolution through ServeContent.
  • 13. Access to Content via Link Resolvers Integration of link resolvers and KBART data Neil Mayo
    • Link Resolver integration is proceeding (with SFX, 360 Link)
    • We are seeking KBART Endorsement
    • We are in the KBART Registry
    • Future plans include:
    • Integration with other Link Resolvers
    • Further services and components