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Kuali OLE: Organization, Governance and Priorities


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Presentation to the ALCTS Technical Services Directors of Large Research Libraries Interest Group about the current status of Kuali OLE and future plans. Co-presenter: Carlen Ruschoff

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Kuali OLE: Organization, Governance and Priorities

  1. 1. Beth Picknally Camden University of Pennsylvania Carlen Ruschoff University of Maryland ALA June 2015 KUALI OLE: ORGANIZATION, GOVERNANCE AND PRIORITIES
  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  Modular Service-Oriented Architecture  Enterprise-level integration What Is Kuali OLE?
  3. 3. OLE Partners
  4. 4. University of Chicago – Summer 2014 Lehigh University– Summer 2014 SOAS (University of London) – Spring 2015 Planning for implementation: Duke (Winter 2015/16); Penn, Villanova (summer 2016) OLE Implementations
  5. 5. 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 OLE Roadmap
  6. 6. Stage 1: Build & Early Adoption Stage 2: Growth & Innovation Stage 3: Next round of Implementations and refining the code OLE Development Stages
  7. 7. Kuali Foundation 10 year Review Taking Stock & reviewing options Stage 2: Strategic Planning
  8. 8. Visioning over the summer Priorities for development of 4.0 Extend the partnership Stage 2: Next Steps
  9. 9. Next round of implementations Refining the code Building on the infrastructure Stage 3: 2016-2018
  10. 10. What are the features that you would like to see in a next gen system? In which direction should systems be moving? What would be most useful for your future workflows? Discussion: "Next Generation" Library Systems