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KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
KBART Update ALA Annual 2008
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  • Clarify who, mostly, needs educating – did the research report suggest one group is getting it more than another? (probably the publishers – sorry publishers!)
  • having articulated the issues affecting the efficiency of OpenURL linking, we’re now proposing and honing solutions. Hopefully some will be relatively simple – a case of finally having the right people in a room together discussing it Others may need compromise between different stakeholders
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    • 1. KBART: improving the supply of data to link resolvers and knowledge bases Jason Price, SCELC Ejournal Package Analyst KBART Consortia Representative NISO/BISG Forum @ ALA Annual Anaheim 27 June 2008 Credit for (most) slides: Charlie Rapple (KBART UKSG co-chair)
    • 2. Outline
      • Retrieval using a link resolver and its knowledge base
      • What is a knowledge base, and why it matters
      • Some examples of problems that occur
      • KBART – what? why? who? how? when?
    • 3. How does a link resolver allow retrieval?
      • Takes an OpenURL and extracts the article metadata
        • http://baseurl.institution.edu/content?genre=article&issn=1234-5679&volume=53&issue=3&page=14
      • Compares article metadata to knowledge base
        • where is the article available?
        • which version is preferred by the library?
      • Puts together a direct link to this version
      http://baseurl.institution.edu/content?genre= article&issn=1234-5679&volume=53&issue=3&page=14 target (cited) article predictable link
    • 4. http://tinyurl.com/59txop
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    • 8. Hang on. What is a knowledge base?
      • A database
      • Contains information about web resources
        • e.g. what journal holdings are available in JSTOR
        • and how would you link to articles in them
      • Contains information about the resources a library has licensed/owns
        • May contain electronic and print holdings (in addition to a number of other services)
    • 9. So why is it so important?
      • It ‘knows’ where all the content is
      • It ‘knows’ which versions the library is able to access
      • So – it’s the only comprehensive source of links to a library’s full complement of electronic full text content
      • i.e. It solves the “appropriate copy” problem
    • 10. article citation (SOURCE) query (base URL + metadata string) link resolver/ knowledge base target (cited) article publisher website database print collections gateways publisher/provider holdings data repository
    • 11. Where the chain breaks
      • Wrong data
        • Publisher gives wrong metadata for title to the KB
        • Link resolver uses bad metadata to make link
        • Link does not resolve to correct target
        • Dead end 
    • 12.
      • Outdated data
        • Publisher said it has a particular issue
        • Link resolver links to an article from it
        • Issue has been removed
        • Dead end 
        • Or, provider doesn’t notify that issue is now live
        • So no traffic from link resolvers to that issue!
      Where the chain breaks That’s not good!
    • 13.
      • K nowledge B ases A nd R elated T ools
      • UKSG and NISO collaborative project
      • To improve navigation of the e-resource supply chain by
      • Ensuring timely transfer of accurate data to knowledge bases, ERMs etc.
      Right. So. What is KBART?
    • 14. Why was KBart established?
      • UKSG 2007 research report, “ Link Resolvers and the Serials Supply Chain ”
        • lack of awareness of OpenURL's capabilities
        • impacting the quality and timeliness of data provided to knowledge bases
        • undermining the potential of this sophisticated technology
      • NISO partnership to help reach US audience
    • 15. Who’s in KBart?
      • Core working group chaired by Charlie Rapple (Publishing Technology – Ingenta) and Serials Solutions’ Peter McCracken
        • Link resolver/ERM suppliers – Ex Libris, Openly/OCLC, SerialsSolns
        • Publishers – Taylor & Francis, Sage
        • Subscription agents/aggregators – Swets, EBSCO, Ingenta, Credo
        • Libraries – Edinburgh, Leicester, Cornell, Hanford Technical
        • Consortia – SCELC, CDL
      • Monitoring group
        • More of these plus other related groups e.g. NASIG
    • 16.
      • Guidelines
      • Education
      • Information hub
      What is KBart’s mission?
    • 17. How are you going to do it?
      • Terminology
      • Problems
      • Solutions (to come)
      • Advocacy (to follow!)
    • 18. Terminology link-to syntax aggregator appropriate copy content provider DOI embargo ERM knowledge base localisation metadata OPAC OpenURL SFX source link resolver federated search gateway Open Access target
    • 19. Problems Knowledge bases Date coverage Title relations Licensing Data & transfer Supply chain Compliance accuracy format vol/issue vs date date granularity (day, month, season, year) title changes title mapping abbreviations ISSN/ISBN variations re-use of ISSN effect on licensing genericism/granularity misrepresentation package variations accuracy free content format ownership contacts/feedback mechanisms incentive informal structure unclear responsibilities duplication of effort file format format definitions; shoe-horning age of data accuracy frequency link syntax and granularity
    • 20. When are you going to finish?
      • This time next year
      • May go on to create a standard
      • Phase II?
        • e.g. exploring options for a centralized knowledge base
        • Include wider range of resources (e.g. non-text content)?
    • 21. Questions?
      • www.uksg.org/kbart
      • Charlie Rapple (UKSG co-chair)
        • [email_address]
      • Peter McCracken (NISO co-chair)
        • [email_address]
      • Jason Price (Working Committee Member)
        • [email_address]

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