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  • 1. BiblioGhent University Academic Bibliography & Institutional Repository Patrick Hochstenbach Digital Architect, Ghent University Library twitter: @hochstenbach email: Patrick.Hochstenbach@UGent.be
  • 2. A bit of history...
  • 3. 1999 PaperBibliography by quinn.anya
  • 4. 2000 Aleph+ + Systems Librarian Administration Aleph ... Researcher
  • 5. 2003 Aleph Biblio DSpace AdministrationReviewer Aleph DSpace Biblio !Citations Researcher
  • 6. 2008Hits/Downloads Biblio II ?! ? ?!! Time ☠! Administration Operator Aleph DSpace Biblio ?!! Citations Researcher
  • 7. 2008 Plan B ATSBC
  • 8. 2009 SBCAT Administration Staff SBCATCitations Researcher
  • 9. 2009SBCAT
  • 10. 2010
  • 11. A bit of local development...
  • 12. “Easy” catalogging
  • 13. X
  • 14. Traffic 53 % from Google 38 % from UGent portal 2nd most visited library site 150% more sessions
  • 15. ✴Daily CSV dumps✴Persistent links to authors, groups, departments...✴RSS per department, author, document type✴Twitter feeds✴Embedding in external websites✴Export record as: ✴RDF (OAI-ORE) ✴Dublin Core ✴MODS ✴METS ✴MPEG-21/DIDL ✴JSON✴Search, Harvest API-s: ✴SRU ✴OAI-PMH
  • 16. Conclusions...
  • 17. 6.000 researchers140.000 records 10.000 full-text620.000 visitors/year
  • 18. WishList• Widgets and mashups in external websites• Statistics• Datasets• Sorting the way you want• You define who can edit your records• Faster system• Less searching, more browsing: lists!• Automatic metadata extraction
  • 19. Thanks! Questions? UGent team Inge Van Nieuwerburgh Griet Devolder Paul Cassiers Peter Reyniers Nicolas Steenlant biblio@ugent.be twitter: @ugentbiblio