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  • 1. Next Generation Library Catalogs
    Ryan Dement, Darby DeCicco, Andrew Zintl, Mary Chu
  • 2. Next Generation Library Catalogs“next generation catalogs” vs. “legacy catalogs”
    Problems with legacy catalogs
    - complex interfaces, not intuitive.
    - inconsistent with user conventions.
    - too limited in scope.
    - no online content.
    - no social networking
    - no relevancy ranking
    - ILS
  • 3. Goals of “Next Generation Catalogs”
    Single point of entry
    State of the art interface.
    Enriched content.
    Enhanced search methods
    Web 2.0
    RSS
  • 4. Aqua Browser
    How it operates:
    - On the library’s own server
    - By the vendor
    - As an online subscription
    How it integrates:
    - Uses the existing ILS
    - Can be customized to match a library’s existing website.
  • 5. Aqua Browser- Search Features
    Searches structured or unstructured information.
    Relevancy rankings, related concepts, faceted navigation
    Uses word clouds
  • 6. Endeca
    Just a search engine, not a fully developed interface.
    Has relevancy rankings, faceted navigation
    Does NOT work with ILS; must upload data.
    Provides lots of flexibility for the library to decide how to use it.
    Unique to the library.
  • 7. Encore
    Developed by Innovative Interfaces.
    If you use Millennium you don’t have to upload the catalog information.
    Includes faceted navigation, tag clouds, federated search results
    Groups results by relevancy rankings, includes item cover art.
    More enriched content depending on subscription level.
  • 8. Primo
    Designed for academic and research libraries.
    Must upload the catalog data. Can also upload articles.
    Provide access to electronic resources, but must have MetaLib.
    Customized interface.
    Has faceted browsing, strategies for searching, availability links, personalization, federated search.
  • 9. WorldCat Local
    OCLC- a major bibliographic database
    Localized Results- enter geographical information and WCL will show you results in your local library and libraries in your area.
    Display options
    Kinks and Issues with WCL:
    - Synchronicity with OCLC
    - Spelling, log-in accounts, lacks back links
  • 10. More examples of Online Catalogs
    Polaris
    Evergreen (Open Source)
    Koha (Open Source)
    LibraryThing (Social Networking Site)
  • 11. Thank you!
    Questions? Comments?

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