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  • -> When I do a search on the words “discovery of heaven” I receive a search result with the manifestation of a novel with that title. The manifestation that is shown in the result list is the one that matched my query best. It is an English translation of the Dutch novel from Harry Mulish. The other expressions and manifestations are grouped behind that record. -> The hyperlink tells me that there are more editions in different languages published in different years on different carriers. -> When I follow the hyperlink I see all the manifestations. On this edition screen I can refine with the facets on an expression or manifestation level that corresponds with my interest. The advantage of the faceted browse is that you can escape the standard FRBR-hierarchy when you know exactly what you want. -> On the top of the edition screen a work description is presented. That description is generated in Aquabrowser with the common fields for all the manifestations.

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  • 1. Working Together Works Better
  • 2.
    • Where to from here?
    • University of Tasmania
    • 12 February 2009
  • 3.
    • Acquisitions budget $:
    • More on print or electronic?
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    • Staff budget $:
    • More on print or electronic?
  • 5.
    • Library systems budget $:
    • More on print or electronic?
  • 6.
    • Is the library $ investment aligned with your patrons’ expectations of electronic information access?
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    • Simple
    • Easy
    • Fast
  • 8. Serials Solutions is the worldwide leader for E - R esource A ccess and M anagement S ervices Hosted Working Together Works Better
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  • 18. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. 1046-6673 JASN 1046-6673 Journal of the American Society of Nephrology Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 1046-6673 Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 1433-3450 Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 1533-3450 Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN 1046-6673
  • 19.
    • How does KnowledgeWorks get updated?
    • Serials Solutions Data Acquisition Team
    • Serials Solutions Catalogers
    • Serials Solutions Support Team
  • 20.
    • Released Jan 11th 2008!
    • Certification means
        • We track this provider at the full text level
        • We have a direct contact at this provider
        • We are receiving regular updates from this provider
        • Relationship is the key to problem resolution and change planning
    • Over 16 publishers certified
      • If your favorite Provider is not certified, we may be in discussions . . . but, contact the provider and encourage certification!
  • 21.  
  • 22.
    • 360 Core
      • Access
        • A-to-Z Title List
        • E-Journal Portal
        • Journal Linker
      • Manage
        • Overlap Analysis
        • Usage Reports
        • E-Catalog
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  • 25.
    • 2008
    • Library Managed Holdings (80% uptake)
    • Offline editor
    • 1 million + ebooks added
    • Overlap analysis exporter
    • Online Community
  • 26.
    • Offline Editor
  • 27.
    • Current eBook provider list
    World Bank eLibrary ACLS Humanities E-Books Project Gutenberg CABI eBooks Chadwyck Healey APA PsycBooks Berghann Books BioOne Open Access Titles [email_address] CRC Press NetLibrary Ebrary EBSCOhost eBooks Elsevier HeinOnline NCBI Bookshelf / Central & Eastern European Online Library eBooks ( DiBiDo ) Oxford Reference Online Rittenhouse R2 Library American Institute of Physics (Conference Proceedings) MDConsult Safari SourceOECD MetaPress Wiley Interscience EBL: E-Book Library Gale Virtual Reference Library Knovel/Wright American Fiction Springer eBooks/Springer Protocols Oxford Scholarship Online/Oxford Digital Reference Shelf
  • 28.
    • 2009
    • Tabbed View – ebooks, journals
    • ATHENS, Shibboleth support
    • Ebooks in Data on Demand
    • CJK support
    • MeSH subject headings
    • Knowledge Base expansion: Asia, Europe
  • 29.  
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    • Centralisation of resource management
        • Licenses
        • Contacts
        • Notes
        • Alerts
        • Cost data
        • Custom Collection management
        • Vendor Stats metadata
        • Administrative data (logins, passwords, URLs)
  • 31.
    • 2008
    • Reporting: multiple categories
    • Cost Import: multiple fiscal years
      • Guides for Voyager, Innopac
    • Contact Import service
  • 32.  
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  • 34.
    • 2009
    • Consortium Edition
    • Suitable for any library with partners or affililiates
    • Manage member library collections in a single service
    • Share data management
    • Resource inheritance
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  • 40.
    • 2008
    • 158 libraries
    • SUSHI schema 1.5
    • Data Retrieval Service
    • Delete Reports
    • Vendor resource matching
  • 41.
    • 2009
    • SUSHI schema 3.0
    • Consortia functionality
    • New reports
      • Ebooks
      • Consortia
    • Multiple fund codes (cost)
    • Journal weight codes
  • 42.  
  • 43.
    • 2008
    • Ebooks records
    • Full and brief records in combined files
    • Trackable briefs: persistent identifiers
    • UTF-8 unicode support
    • New MARC generator (May 2009)
  • 44.
    • 2009
    • NLM records for ebooks
    • Augmented briefs: more data points
    • Full coverage for DOAJ, Internet Archive
    • Consortial support
    • Normalisation (Bowker, LC)
    • Title Selection (Libific): library specific title lists
  • 45.  
  • 46. Advanced search with Boolean logic and combined fields
  • 47. Results clustered automatically by topic, date, source, authors
  • 48.
    • 2008
    • 800 libraries
    • Usage stats
    • ATHENS, SHIBBOLETH
    • Connection development
    • Webfeat acquisition
    • Integration with AquaBrowser
  • 49.
    • 2009
    • Peer reviewed filter (Ulrich’s data)
    • Webfeat/360 Search integration
    • Client facing admin console
      • Control of resources, authentication, editing, branding, subject headings
    • Localisation
    • Clustering in the API
    • Smart tracking: statistics
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  • 51. Customisable resolver page with links to article, journal, database, OPAC, custom links & CrossRef DOI
  • 52.
    • 2008
    • Ebooks look-up
    • Google Books link
    • Scholar Universe
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    • 2009
    • Public notes – active now
    • ATHENS, SHIBBOLETH
    • Pubmed XML export (list of subscribed titles with links to full text)
    • Consortia support
  • 55. Discovery Layer model Discovery Layer Product/Solution Library Controlled
    • Institutional web sites
    • eLearning resources
    • Office docs
    • Library catalogue
    • Digital Repositories
    Metasearch
    • 360 Search
    • 360 Link
    • Databases
    • E-journals
    • ILL
    • Web sites
    • Repositories
    • Other catalogues
    • Custom Links
    External Institution Controlled
  • 56.
    • Elements of a Discovery Layer:
    • Simple, Engaging UI
      • Visual
      • Icons
    • Single search box
    • Full keyword searching
    • Facets
    • Relevance ranking
  • 57.
    • Medialab Solutions BV is the creator of AquaBrowser.
    • Medialab and its AquaBrowser North America division are owned by the RR Bowker Company, located in New Jersey, and are part of the Cambridge Information Group (CIG)
    • Medialab was founded in 1990 in Amsterdam by professor M.M. (Thijs) Chanowski. Until 2000, it was a dedicated research facility and part of BSO Origin Philips
    • In 2000, Medialab entered the market and turned its scientific achievements into successful searching solutions for companies, non-profit/governmental institutions, and libraries
  • 58. Market Share
  • 59.
    • 2008-9
    • Serials Solutions partnership
    • Integration of 360 Search API
      • Faceted browsing
    • Google Books
    • MyDiscoveries
    • Lock down facets
    • Authority data
  • 60. Federated Search integration
  • 61. Article results
  • 62. Keep/Remove facets
  • 63. FRBR FRBR Open Vlacc | slide
  • 64. MyDiscoveries: public/private lists
  • 65. Statistics
  • 66.
    • Simple
    • Easy
    • Fast
  • 67.
    • Unified Discovery Service:
    • Enables quick discovery of the most credible resources anywhere the library has them
      • Digital or physical
      • Books, e-journal articles, databases, etc.
      • Catalog, publishers, aggregators, open access, etc.
  • 68.
    • Time of “revolution” – not evolution
    • Give print only the percentage of time it earns
    • Flip the mental switch
  • 69. Questions? David Sidebottom Regional Sales Manager [email_address] + 61 (0)448 771130