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Kuali OLE: Making the Decision for Community-Source Software

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Presentation at the ALCTS Heads of Cataloging Interest Group June 2015. http://alaac15.ala.org/node/29195

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Kuali OLE: Making the Decision for Community-Source Software

  1. 1. Beth Picknally Camden University of Pennsylvania ALA Heads of Cataloging June 2015 Kuali OLE: Making the Decision for Community-Source Software
  2. 2.  A community within a community—Part of the Kuali Foundation  Designed for libraries by librarians!  KOLE is building to meet the following requirements:  Flexibility in design  Community ownership with an open source license and strong vendor support  Modular Service-Oriented Architecture  Enterprise-level integration
  3. 3. OLE Partners and Implementations
  4. 4. OLE Governance
  5. 5. OLE Roadmap  1.6 (May 2015)  FY rollover; Internationalization; SIP2  2.0 (Q3 2015)  ERM; GOKb integration  3.0 (Q1 2016)  Circ upgrades (bills, requests); authorities; MARC holdings; license editor; account query https://www.kuali.org/ole/roadmap
  6. 6. Case study – SOAS  Bloomsbury group of London libraries joined OLE In 2012  BLMS Unified Specification  Critical factors  Ethos  Collaboration  Vision for Functionality  Build, Commission or Buy?  SOAS – 2015 implementation
  7. 7. Case Study - Penn  OLE design phase  OLE build phase  2014 review of functionality  2015 update “must have” list  Planning for 2016 Implementation
  8. 8. Rethinking the RFP  Software functionality  Software provider  Software stack  Exit strategy  Dollars and sense
  9. 9. You already own the software How would your library make this kind of decision?

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