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  • Types of content managed by Shared Shelf
  • Metadata schemas and cataloging screens are completely customizable. Full size, zoomable images available during cataloging. Draw upon integrated Getty vocabularies or add your own vocabulary values and share with the community. Download the full size source image at any time.
  • Users managing content in Shared Shelf may also make their content available to the public in Shared Shelf Commons –an more basic version of ARTstor Workspace that allows users to search, browse, view, download and share content via URLs. -Colby College, U of Delaware, Cornell are first institutions to dip their toes in the water and their collections are now available- Shared Shelf Commons content is currenly not made available within the ARTstor Digital Library, but may be in the future. If collection managers want to make their local content available to internal users (at their institution alongside ADL content) as well as to public users on WWW, they can publish from Shared Shelf to both target collections.
  • Denver - Shared Shelf

    1. 1. Shared ShelfImage Management Softwarethat Facilitates Accessto Your ImagesJune 2012Colleen HunterAssistant Director, Library Relations
    2. 2. Shared Shelf Development PartnersLead Partners Working with such experienced partners will help to build a system to unlock images from archives all around the campus as well as from scholars own collections. – James Shulman, PresidentPartners
    3. 3. The Shared Shelf User Community is growing:51 institutions Development Partners (9) Columbus College of Art & Design Rice University Harvard University Connecticut College Skidmore College Yale University DePauw University Swarthmore College Colby College Drexel University Trinity College Cornell University George Mason University Union College Middlebury College Haverford College University of Calgary New York University Ithaca College University of California, San Diego Society of Architectural Historians Kansas City Art Institute University of Delaware University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Lafayette College University of Maryland University of Miami Laguna College of Art and Design University of Massachusetts, Boston Subscribers (42) Lawrence University University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Arizona State University Lewis and Clark College University of Ottawa Binghamton University McGill University University of Richmond Bryn Mawr College Minneapolis College of Art & Design University of the Arts California College of the Arts Montserrat College of Art University of Virginia California Institute of the Arts Occidental College Wellesley College College of the Holy Cross Oregon College of Art & Craft Wright State University Columbia University Pratt Institute
    4. 4. Why are so many institutions interested in Shared Shelf? Increased efficiencies in cataloging work: • Customizable metadata schemas and cataloging screens • Community built and shared vocabularies • Integrated Getty authorities (AAT, TGN, ULAN) Cost-effective Web-based software: • No local technical support required • No local software or hardware maintenance • Secure, online back up of source images • Easy web-based access for unlimited users Centralization of image and media resources: • Simultaneously search local content and 1.4 million images in the ARTstor Digital Library • Feature-rich ARTstor Workspace tools geared toward teaching with images • Consolidation of multiple image systems for easier support • Opportunities for collaboration between departments and institutions
    5. 5. Shared Shelf makes it practical for institutions to combine images created byindividuals, those held by the institution, and those in ARTstor Digital Librarywithout the need for local onsite infrastructure.
    6. 6. Manage Diverse CollectionsTypes of collections • Departmental teaching collections • Library special collections • Faculty collections • Campus museum collectionsSubject Areas • Visual Arts • Performing Arts • Humanities • Social Sciences • Natural Sciences • Campus events, buildings, staff, institutional history*Shared Shelf supports non-art metadata models including DARWIN Core & AVM (Astronomy Visualization Metadata Standard).
    7. 7. Your Content and Shared Shelf Infrastructure Shared Shelf Commons Mixing local & ARTstor content Cataloging environment Shared vocabularies Cloud Computing Institutional repository (API) Asset management API Web exhibitions (future) Google Images
    8. 8. Control How Broadly You Share Your Content Public on the World Wide Web 1,400+ institutions subscribing to ARTstor worldwide Your institution & designated others Your institution Hosted collection Shared hosted Contributed Shared Shelf Commons collections collection Restricted Access Shared Access Open Access
    9. 9. Introducing Shared ShelfARTstor’s New Image Management Software • Add your own local content • Collaborate between other departments & institutions
    10. 10. Simple Cataloging ScreensFeaturing the Getty’s ULAN & TGN vocabularies Catalog your images quickly & easily using integrated vocabularies.
    11. 11. Easily Publish Your Assets to Your Institution’s Collection(s),Hosted in ARTstor Workspace
    12. 12. Results Show Your Assets Alongside ARTstor CollectionsUtilize ARTstor Tools & Features with Your Images
    13. 13. Shared Shelf Commons:Share Your Local Content on the World Wide Web • Shared Shelf Commons is a free open-access library of images. • Search and browse collections with tools to zoom, print, export, and share images via URLs.
    14. 14. Shared Shelf Development Timeline 2010 2011 2012Flat Record Version of Shared ShelfSummer 2010 Version 0.1 (limited beta release) Winter 2011 Version 0.2 (limited beta release) Spring 2011 Version 0.3 (limited beta release) Fall 2011 Version 0.4 (general release)Relational Version of Shared Shelf 2012 Continued development: - Work record support - OAI harvesting - Administrative tools - Multi-media (audio, video, pdf)
    15. 15. What’s New & What’s Next?Shared Shelf Developments • Required fields for publishing o Project administrators can specify certain fields that must be completed before publishing to an end-user environment • Restricted project access o i.e. "base filter" - restricting a users view so that they only see images they uploaded • Further enhancements to name records o Additional fields o Match/merge institutional names to shared names • Publish to Omeka targets • Enhanced import/export – Excel, XML, OAI • Enhanced publishing options o Permission to publish per user, per end-user environment o Set image view & download size per image, per end-user environment
    16. 16. Stay Informed… Visit us online: Contact me directly: (212) 500-2439 Museum of Genius & Fancy Dali, Salvador 1974