GOKb: The Global Open Knowledgebase (Liber 2013)

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GOKb: The Global Open Knowledgebase (Liber 2013)

  1. 1. Kristin Antelman, NCSU & GOKb Liam Earney, Jisc Collections & KB+ LIBER June 26, 2013
  2. 2. GOKb is a freely available community- managed data repository that will contain key publication information about electronic resources as it is represented within the supply chain from content publishers to suppliers to libraries.
  3. 3. Data to Support E-Resource Lifecycle Management License Activate Buy Manage Assess Select
  4. 4. GOKb Partners
  5. 5. GOKb Timeline 2012 2013 2014 20152011 2016 GOKb and KB+ collaborate on data model GOKb Phase I: Proof of Concept Release GOKb funded by Mellon Foundation and Kuali OLE Partner libraries GOKb Public Release Community development New partners Enhanced functionaity GOKb Phase II: Partner Release
  6. 6. WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?
  7. 7. Data quality and availability My sales rep asked me if we could let them know which of their journals we subscribe to. We didn’t know so we asked our agent, but they didn’t know either Librarian JISC Collections Roadshow 12th June 2012 “ “
  8. 8. Duplicated Effort The Big Four KBs employ c80 FTE on KB maintenance BUT… Breeding, M, E-resource knowledge bases and link resolvers: an assessment of the current products and emerging trends, Insights, 2012, 25(2), 173–182, doi: 10.1629/2048-7754.25.2.173 “ “ minor points of differentiation in their comprehensiveness and quality
  9. 9. Interoperability My Content Publisher Subs Agent ERM Link resolver Filing cabinets Spread sheets Library staff Consortia
  10. 10. APPROACHES
  11. 11. Open data Collaborative Communities Enriched information Standards and Best Practice? Approaches to resolving the problem
  12. 12. OPEN DATA
  13. 13. Open data delivers practical benefits • Share and Collaborate with anyone and everyone – Improve accuracy – Publication information provided to all systems vendors – Reduces the burden on any one element in the supply chain – Efforts not tied in or limited to specific products or systems – Easier to seed knowledge bases
  14. 14. COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITIES
  15. 15. 3rd Party Systems and Services Doing more by working together • Publisher Data • Package information • Standard licencesGlobal (GOKb) • National/Consortial information • National licences • Central ServicesNational (KB+) • Local holdings • Financial information • Documentation Institutional (Kuali OLE)
  16. 16. International Cooperation GOKb ?
  17. 17. ENRICHED INFORMATION
  18. 18. Communities of knowledge A human must turn information into intelligence or knowledge Grace Hopper "The Wit and Wisdom of Grace Hopper" by Philip Schieber in OCLC Newsletter, No. 167 (March/April 1987) “ “
  19. 19. STANDARDS AND BEST PRACTICE
  20. 20. ONIX
  21. 21. GOKB
  22. 22. GOKb: Packages
  23. 23. GOKb: Packages
  24. 24. GOKb: Title Instance Package Platform (TIPPs)
  25. 25. WebApp - TIPPs
  26. 26. GOKb: Titles
  27. 27. GOKb: Titles and TIPPs
  28. 28. OpenRefine with GOKb extension
  29. 29. OpenRefine with GOKb extension
  30. 30. OpenRefine - Importing a raw file
  31. 31. OpenRefine - Applying rules
  32. 32. OpenRefine - Applying rules
  33. 33. OpenRefine - Applying rules
  34. 34. OpenRefine - Ingest
  35. 35. USING GOKB DATA
  36. 36. Co-referencing Service: A bridge between identifiers and resources GOKb TIPP ID OCLC IDs Vendor IDs Catalog IDsDOI ISSNs
  37. 37. National KBs Library Management Systems Vendor KBs subscription agents library e-resource community content providers publishers Catalog s Open web, DBPedia, etc.
  38. 38. GETTING INVOLVED
  39. 39. Why should you get involved? • Ensure consistency of data across supply chain • Better customer service • Increased use of e-resources
  40. 40. A Community, not a Start-up • Open data and software • Extensible community model for data management • Structured participation will be possible for: – National KBs – Vendors – Individual libraries
  41. 41. THANK YOU

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