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Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
Library Catalogs at the Network Level
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Library Catalogs at the Network Level

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Presentation at 2008 ALA Conference for the program "The Future of Catalogs and Cataloging"

Presentation at 2008 ALA Conference for the program "The Future of Catalogs and Cataloging"

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  • 1. Roy Tennant
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  • 4. Then: Users built workflow around libraries Now: Library must build services around user workflow Discovery happens elsewhere Disclosure
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  • 6. The Way It Was Card distribution service Catalogers Bibliographic records Local card catalog Added value
  • 7. The Way It Became Bibliographic utility Bibliographic records Catalogers Local catalog Added value
  • 8. The Way It Can Be Union catalog, Locally tailored and skinned Bibliographic records Catalogers Added value Benefits accrue to all!
  • 9. Benefits of Concentration <ul><li>Search results ranking </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Holdings data </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Usage data (e.g., display, circulation) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Recommendations of related books </li></ul><ul><li>User contributed content can be shared </li></ul><ul><li>User contributed content can be made better </li></ul><ul><li>Attention can be attracted and redirected </li></ul>
  • 10. Benefit of Concentration: Ranking based on number of holding libraries
  • 11. Benefit of Concentration: More data to mine
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  • 13. Benefit of Concentration: Ability to make user- contributed data better
  • 14. From: Social Classification and Folksonomy in Art Museums: early data from the steve.museum tagger prototype a paper for the ASIST SIG-CR workshop on Social Classification , November 4, 2006, by Jennifer Trant
  • 15. Benefit of Concentration: Ability to perform “switching service” for all participants
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  • 18. Benefits of Diffusion <ul><li>Library holdings syndicated into places where people are found (e.g., Google) </li></ul><ul><li>Small libraries can play in big spaces </li></ul><ul><li>The more paths there are, the easier it is for people to reach you </li></ul>
  • 19. Benefit of Concentration: Exposed in spaces where potential users are found
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  • 23. Concentration A webscale presence Mobilize data Diffusion Disclosure of links, data and services

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