Providing First World Library services By using Koha, DSpace, vufind and Drupal

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Library Automation and Digitization
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Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
6 December 2012



Providing First World Library services
By using
Koha, DSpace, vufind and Drupal




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Nur Ahammad
Consultant of the project- Modernization of Central Library of CVASU

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  • 1. Library Automation and Digitization at Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University 6 December 2012 Providing First World Library services By using Koha, DSpace, vufind and Drupal Presented By Nur Ahammad Consultant of the project- Modernization of Central Library of CVASU
  • 2. First World Country Libraries What are they using and What types of services are they providing? For ILS- Open-source : CDS Invenio, Evergreen, Koha, Kuali OLE, NewGenLib, PhpMyBibli OpenBiblio Proprietary : • Millanium • Aleph from Ex Libris • Innovative Interfaces •SirsiDynix • Talis (UK and Ireland) • Virtua, former VTLS, from VTLS Inc. • Voyager from former company Endeavor Information Systems, later acquired by Ex Libris For Institutional Repository There are a number of open-source software packages for running a repository including: • DSpace • Eprints • Fedora There are also hosted (proprietary) software services, including: • Digital Commons, a full-service commercial platform from the Berkeley Electronic Press • SimpleDL
  • 3. For Discovery tools- Propitory:- • Ebsco Discovery Service • Summon Serial Solution • WorldCat Local (OCLC) Open Source:- • Vufind • Social Online Public Access Catalog • Blacklight OPAC For Library Web site: • Drupal • WordPress • Joomla • Plone
  • 4. Victoria University Library: http://library.vu.edu.au/
  • 5. Victoria University Library , Summon Serial solution : Search with information and communication
  • 6. Normal view and Detail view
  • 7. Victoria University Institutional Repository- (E-Print) http://vuir.vu.edu.au/
  • 8. Western Washington University Library:- http://library.wwu.edu/ Drupal using Library
  • 9. MCMaster University Library:- http://library.wwu.edu/ Drupal and vufind using Library
  • 10. MCMaster University Library:- http://library.wwu.edu/ Drupal and vufind using Library
  • 11. MCMaster University Library:- Search with Java in vufind
  • 12. MCMaster University Library:- Institutional Repository: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/
  • 13. MCMaster University Library:- Institutional Repository: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/
  • 14. Koha Koha is a open source Library Management Software. It is extremely customizable. According to Library Technology Guide, maintained by Marshall breeding well-known library scientist, there are almost 6000 libraries presently using koha. In Bangladesh, 13 libraries are now using koha. Some Libraries which using koha: • Staffordshire University (http://libcat.staffs.ac.uk) •Derby, KS Public Derby Public Library (http://derby.kohalibrary.com) •New York University Health Sciences Libraries (http://hslcat.med.nyu.edu) •Santa Cruz Public Libraries (10 branches and Bookmobile) •Bethel University. Bethel University Library. ( McKenzie, Tennessee United States) [web site ] [online catalog] In United States 983 libraries are presently using koha [ Library Technology Guide Everybody can get koha user list by surfing the following sites http://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/KohaUsers http://www.librarytechnology.org/libwebcats/
  • 15. Modules of koha: • Acquisition • Cataloging • Patron Management • Circulation • Serial control • Report • OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)
  • 16. OPAC 1. User profile 2. Renew Item 3. Basic search and Advance search 4. Facet and shorting 5. Item status and location 6. Tag – My tags 7. Comments 8. Similar edition 9. List – my Lists 10.Cart 11.Reading history 12.Search history 13.Purchase suggestion 14.Fine amount 15.E-mail notification – My messaging 16.Place hold 17.Shelf Browse 18.Most popular
  • 17. Item Status and Location
  • 18. User Profile
  • 19. Online Item renew
  • 20. Online requisition
  • 21. Advance Search
  • 22. Cart –download- E-mail- print
  • 23. List- download –print –Email
  • 24. Previous Reading history
  • 25. Virtual Shelf Browse
  • 26. Users can get some important e-mail/SMS from Library Such as- • Issue return confirmation message • Advance overdue message, overdue message, long overdue message • Item Hold Available for Pickup and Hold Placed on Item message • Purchase suggestion accepted, Suggestion available, Suggestion ordered and Suggestion rejected message. • Membership confirmation message.
  • 27. DSpace (Digital Institutional Repository) An IR is a set of services and technology that provide the means to collect, manage, provide access to, disseminate, and preserve digital materials produce at an institution. Alternatively it also serve as Digital Library. It provide many facilities to user such as- • User can get all digital materials which uploaded to DSpace. • Full text search facilities • Google provide DSpace materials link frequently • Self Archiving – faculty can submit articles • User can get new Item submission mail. And many more facilities Dspace provides Near about 1378 institutions are presently using Dspace all around the world. In Bangladesh ICDDRB, Independent University, Bangladesh and BRAC University are using Dspace. Dhaka University Library also started using DSpace. http://maps.repository66.org/ MIT Dspace: http://dspace.mit.edu/
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  • 30. Vufind Vufind is a library discovery tool which created Villanova university Library. And first implemented by National Library of Australia. By using vufind user can search all e-journal and library materials trough one interface. User can get normal, advance and many facets search facilities by using vufind. VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries. The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your library's resources by replacing the traditional OPAC to include: •Catalog Records •Locally Cached Journals •Digital Library Items •Institutional Repository •Institutional Bibliography •Other Library Collections and Resources VuFind is completely modular so you can implement just the basic system, or all of the components. And since it's open source, you can modify the modules to best fit your need or you can add new modules to extend your resource offerings.
  • 31. Thank you Everybody