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Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
Fontys Library Portal
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Fontys Library Portal

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English (updated) version of my presentation about the new library portal of Fontys University of applied science. First time I did this one was for a delegation from Uzbekistan.

English (updated) version of my presentation about the new library portal of Fontys University of applied science. First time I did this one was for a delegation from Uzbekistan.

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    • 1. Fontys Library Portal partner in learning communities Gerard Bierens Fontys Library webcoordinator December 12, 2006    
    • 2. Fontys Library Fact sheet
      • ±35.000 students
      • 16 libraries in 8 cities
      • ±130 library staff
      • information specialists
      • media specialists
      • front + backoffice
      • ±80 eResources
      • 1 digital library
      www.fontysmediatheek.nl
    • 3. History 1998 2003 2005 2006
    • 4. Situation – fall of 2004
      • Problems :
      • Library had to deal with tons of digital information
      • No solid distribution model
      • Opportunities :
      • The library as a learning space
      • The library as partner in education
    • 5. Idealisme in learning communities
      • Fontys wants more from the library than just ‘ providing access to information ’
      • Fontys wants a strong relationship between education and information
    • 6. So...our librarians needed to:
      • Know more about needs of our users (teachers/students/institutions)
      • Find more quality information for them
      • Share more with learners, educators and others
      • Support more users, online and offline
      • To do all that,
      • the library needed a new [ interactive ] platform
    • 7. The Fontys Library Portal
      • The Fontys Library Portal needs to be more than just a website ;
      • it should be a portal of knowledge where we [ the library ] can share our expertise and offer quality information services.
         
    • 8. The basic idea…
      • Weblog for news
      • Wiki for background information
      • iPort for electronic resources
      • AND … Multiple ways of access!
         
    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11.  
    • 12. Multiple ways of access
      • Content as glue
      • Embed library in other platforms
      • 24/7 access
      • Development of tools
    • 13. 1. Content as glue
    • 14.
      • Search simultaneously in both library weblog & wiki
      • Save searches as RSS feed
      • Continue search in library databases or even Google
      • Stay in same interface
      Example 1
    • 15. Example 2 Based on the topic of interest, readers of the library weblog get quick and easy access to relevant databases
    • 16.
      • New and (often) easy-to-use technology to dynamically mix up library content with other services:
      • RSS-Webparts-iFrames-OAI-SRU-SFX-OpenURL-XML-API’s ...
      2. Embed library in other platforms
    • 17.  
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    • 20. Example from our wiki: using Google Maps to locate the nearest Fontys library
    • 21. 3. 24/7 access
      • Worldwide access to library eResources
      • Worldwide access to library weblog and wiki
      • ( library as knowledgeportal )
      • Access when you need it through RSS ( information comes to the user)
        • Personal use (RSS reader like Bloglines.com, Google Reader or Netvibes.com)
        • Web (website, internal web, eLearning environment)
    • 22. 4.Development of tools
      • Fontys Library Toolbar
      • for Internet Explorer and Firefox
      • quick access to digital library ( search/news/info )
      • over 350 downloads
      • over 26.000 searches!
    • 23. More tools: Fontys RSS Reader
      • RSS Reader for Fontys Sharepoint Portal
      • Fontys Library news automatically included
    • 24. Statistics 2006 Statistics until december 6 2006 , www.fontysmediatheek.nl Within a year number of visitors trippled!
    • 25. Plans for coming year(s)
      • Continue development Fontys Library Portal
        • Federated Search & Retrieve
        • Fontys repositories
        • Mobile services
        • Knowledge Management
        • Internationalization (English/German)
        • Web 2.0
        • Library 2.0
    • 26.
      • Open the library
      • Push the library everywhere
      • Engage with actual and potential user communities
      • Get the service to the user,
      • not the user to the service
      Library 2.0 Dr Paul Miller – Technology Evangelist – Talis Library 2.0 white paper at www.talis.com/resources
    • 27.
      • The Fontys Library Portal now is a portal of knowledge from where we distribute and share our expertise and offer quality information services to our users.
      December 2006:    
    • 28. Thank you
      • Gerard Bierens
      • Fontys Library webcoordinator
      • Email: g.bierens@fontys.nl
      • Phone: +31 877 875 895
      • www.fontys.nl/library
      Questions?

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