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Presentation at the ALPSP "Marketing to Libraries" seminar. In London, UK, 20th November 2009.

Presentation at the ALPSP "Marketing to Libraries" seminar. In London, UK, 20th November 2009.

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  • Hello…
  • Who’s heard of Talis Lib / Education / Platform
  • Who can tell me what the SW / We 3.0 is?
  • Waves of technology building on what went before Web 1 -> Web 2 -> Web 3
  • Been talked about & played with since the beginning of web TBL article Scientific American 2001 – a pipe dream? Yes it’s here but…
  • Describe what the curve means (without chasm) - ask where they think we are cost/risk follow the leaders - flat screen TVs To those with the technology not always obvious why/how things get adopted Hers a fairy old example.....
  • Describe what the curve means (without chasm) - ask where they think we are cost/risk follow the leaders - flat screen TVs To those with the technology not always obvious why/how things get adopted cassette - CD
  • The practical application of SW principles – Linked Data
  • Warning I’m getting technical for a couple of slides
  • Linked data means…
  • Brief intro to RDF Triples
  • Tim’s principles - explain
  • You can come out from behind the sofa now!
  • The growth of LD – Linked Open Data Cloud
  • Back to Academia – silos of practice/info within & between institutions & libraries & publishers
  • All interlinked – irony moment!
  • Well publish your metadata – don’t hide it Use standard identifiers
  • Aspire shopping based on DOI & CrossRef hosted metadata
  • ID scraped but Metadata looked up from Crossref
  • Consistent representation across lists/courses/lecturers/institutions
  • Enriched reliable display to student
  • Same for books from cat
  • What else can publisher do to help consumption of their material
  • Embedded content – no distracting brand/sales wall
  • So how has Linked Data enabled this
  • Benefits beyond ‘just an application’
  • Benefits in publishers – OReily article in your pack
  • Who’s doing this stuff? Talis Platform inderpins last 2
  • Linked ‘Open’ Data Your business models are going to’ have’ to change Library & Publisher
  • Change is what it means – quite rapid change.

Web 3.0 / Semantic Web: What it means for academic users, libraries and publishers Web 3.0 / Semantic Web: What it means for academic users, libraries and publishers Presentation Transcript

  • Web 3.0 / Semantic Web What it means for academic users, libraries and publishers
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  • Web 3.0 / Semantic Web What it means for academic users, libraries and publishers Where has it come from ?
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  • Web 3.0 / Semantic Web Is it here yet ?
  • Technology Adoption Curve 2.5% Innovators 2.5% Innovators 2.5% Innovators 16% Laggards 34% Late Majority 34% Early Majority 13.5% Early Adopters Maturity Adoption Rate
  • Technology Adoption Curve 2.5% Innovators 2.5% Innovators 2.5% Innovators 16% Laggards 34% Late Majority 34% Early Majority 13.5% Early Adopters Maturity Adoption Rate Chasm
  • Web 3.0 / Semantic Web Linked Data
  • Technical bit ahead! WARNING
  • Linked Data
    • URIs – a generic means to identify entities or concepts in the world
    • HTTP – a simple yet universal mechanism for retrieving resources, or descriptions of resources
    • RDF – a generic graph-based data model with which to structure and link data that describes things in the world
    • SPARQL – RDF query language
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/hryckowian /
  • RDF Resource Description Framework Triples Subject --- Predicate ---> Object ALPSP --- Held at ---> BIR ALPSP --- web site ---> alpsp.org Triple Store SPARQL Query Language
  • Linked Data
    • Use URIs as names for things
    • Use HTTP URIs so people can look up those names
    • When someone looks up a URI, provide useful information, using standards (RDF, SPARQL)
    • Include links to other URIs. So they can discover more things.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/hryckowian / Principles Tim Berners-Lee
  • Technical bit ahead! WARNING
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  • Academia ? Silos
  • VLE Library Publisher Shared Reliable Metadata?
    • Publish your data
    • DOI
    How Can Publishers Help? Then what?
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    • Take the student to what they want
    • Take the student DIRECTLY to what they want
    How Can Publishers Help?
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    • Software as a Service
    • Linked Data Platform
    • Robust – standards based – scalable
    • Open API access
    Linked Data? Talis Aspire is built on the Talis Platform
    • List Items / Lists / Courses / student intentions
    • All concepts described in store
    • Many relationships
    • Between resources
    • Between Courses
    • Between resources across institutions / stores
    Linked Data?
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    • Open access – open licenses
    • Student Satisfaction drives institutions
    • Remove barriers to access
    • Get out of the way
    • The market will prevail
    • Business models ?
    Linked Open Data http://www.flickr.com/photos/27466406@N00/
  • Web 3.0 / Semantic Web What it means for academic users, libraries and publishers Change [email_address] www.talis.com www.slideshare.net/rjw