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ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century
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ODC BarCamp 2013 - Digital Libraries in the 21st Century

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An ODC Introduction to Digital Libraries, for BarCamp Sihanoukville 2013.

An ODC Introduction to Digital Libraries, for BarCamp Sihanoukville 2013.

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  • Mention we build using a multi-access approachWe work to meet the needs of the researcherNewGenLib platform is open source
  • Mention we build using a multi-access approachWe work to meet the needs of the researcherNewGenLib platform is open source
  • Public DomainCreative Commons License v. Expressed PermissionOpen Movement in general
  • We curate our library to meet the needs of the researchersWe judge how relevant a resource or document isEditorial team reviews documents for relevance and authority, as well as permissionsIf a document is submitted to us, we review it in a timely mannerIf a document is requested for removal, we will review the circumstances of that request
  • Student: Information access. More resources to gain essential information for their studies.Researcher: to benefit the overall goal of research by increasing ability to access documents and see what’s available.Publisher: material and ideas are spread; material is archived (we host everything on our site).Community: information flow means the conversation continues.
  • Translation of Library Catalog RecordsImplementation of Full Taxonomy in English and KhmerGeo-tag sync with other content on siteAbout Page, FAQ, Research Guide, and External Resources PageKhmer Records are undergoing full reviewAttempt to further align resources in library system with other resources on site
  • Volunteering for data entry and library editingSeeking out new resources—scholarly, etc
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    • 1. st 21 Century Digital Libraries Presentation for BarCamp Sihanoukville 2013
    • 2. Contact Information Meet Your Presenter • Greg Bem • @cambodianbem greg@opendevcam.net • •2013 ODC Library Intern
    • 3. Where is Greg Bem from?
    • 4. Let’s Start with a Game
    • 5. A Minute on Libraries • What is a library? • What is a print library? • What is a digital library?
    • 6. Components of a Library • First: You need stuff (ស ស ស ) (Sampreah) ស ស ស • Second: You need a way to organize the stuff • Libraries usually use a catalog • Other websites might use a taxonomy (Amazon.com) • Other websites might use an algorithm (Google, Bing, etc) • Third: you need a website or app to display the organized stuff
    • 7. Today’s Digital Library is Online
    • 8. Today’s Digital Library is Mobile
    • 9. Today’s Digital Library is Virtual
    • 10. Today’s Digital Library is Familiar
    • 11. 1. Education 6. Exploration 2. Literacy 7. Visibility 3. Critical Thinking 8. History 4. Communication 9. Centralization 5. Collaboration 10. Organization Some 21st Century Library Benefits
    • 12. 1. Permanence 2. Growth 3. Curation 4. Downloadables 5. They’re Cool Some Other Cool Things About Digital Libraries
    • 13. Types of Libraries in the Digital Age • National Libraries • Children’s Libraries • School Libraries • Map Libraries • Academic Libraries • Video Game Libraries • NGO Libraries • Genocide Libraries • Bank Libraries • Image Libraries • Audio/Visual Libraries • Internet Libraries
    • 14. Libraries: Users/Communities/Members • What population does the library serve? • What types of information does that population need? • What is the best way to get the information to that population? • Is anyone already serving that population? • What can your library do that’s different, new, or exciting?
    • 15. Examples of Digital Libraries A Sampling from the United States and Cambodia
    • 16. Academic Library: University of Washington
    • 17. Image Library: Flickr
    • 18. Public Domain Library: HathiTrust
    • 19. National Library: Digital Public Library of America
    • 20. NGO Library: NGO Forum on Cambodia
    • 21. Regional Library: Southeast Asia Digital Library
    • 22. The ODC Digital Library: A Closer Look
    • 23. New Additions Page
    • 24. Search Results Page
    • 25. Library Resource Record Page
    • 26. The Library: An Overview • Started in January, 2013 • Total Records (Nov, 2013): 1,062 • Print: 705 • Digital: 357 • Languages: English and Khmer • Translation is Ongoing! Photo by gpoo (Creative Commons)
    • 27. Who can use the ODC Library?  Students  Learners Corporations  Scholars  Citizens  Researchers  Governments  Scientists  Mappers  Librarians  Writers  Journalists Technologists  Visitors  Readers  
    • 28. Our Digital Catalog Is . . . • Free • Online • Accessible • Descriptive • Searchable • Browseable • Growing • Persistent Photo by Amie Fedora (Creative Commons)
    • 29. What’s in the ODC library? Some Types of Resources: Some Authors/Publishers: • Reports • NGOs • Articles • Royal Government • Essays • Foreign Governments • Book Chapters • Independent Researchers • Briefings • International Organizations • Speeches • Banks • Abstracts • Corporations
    • 30. Digital and Print and ODC • What is a library? • How is ODC’s library built for the 21st Century?
    • 31. Small Notes on Open Access
    • 32. Small Notes on Authority
    • 33. Who/what does the library benefit? • The Student • The Researcher • The Publisher • The Community
    • 34. Current Tasks and Integration • • • • • • Translation Taxonomy Geo-Tagging Sub-Pages Khmer Editorial Review Additional Syncing
    • 35. What About You? • Volunteers • Employment • Collaboration • Suggestions
    • 36. Thank you for viewing! Questions!

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