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Working Better Together: Library, Publisher
and Vendor Perspectives
Introductions
• Panelists
– Moderator: Mary Somerville
– Library: Maria Collins
– Vendor: Nicole Pelsinsky
– Publisher: Aa...
Overview
• Case Study: NCSU
experience
• Publisher and Vendor
Response
• Audience Q&A
Working Better Together: Library Case Study

Maria Collins
Head of Acquisitions & Discovery,
North Carolina State Universi...
WORKING BETTER TOGETHER:
LIBRARY, PUBLISHER AND VENDOR
PERSPECTIVES
Charleston Conference 2013
PARTNERING BETWEEN SERVICE PROVIDERS
AND LIBRARIES
Implementations
o Process and overview
o Milestones and outcomes
o Trai...
PARTNERING BETWEEN SERVICE PROVIDERS
AND CONTENT PROVIDERS
Improving and Refining Data
o Optimizing metadata mappings
o Ca...
SERVICE PROVIDER (KNOWLEDGE BASE) AS
INTERMEDIARY BETWEEN LIBRARY/PUBLISHERS

Patron?

Content
Provider

Library

Service
...
Nicole Pelsinsky – MLIS, PMC
Manager of Global Implementation Services
nicole.pelsinsky@proquest.com
www.proquest.com
Collaborative Efforts between Service
Providers and Content Providers
Direct Linking
Discovery services had tended to be r...
Future Collaboration
So Many Possibilities
Enhanced audio track search result display through cover art delivered through ...
Questions?
Maria Collins
Maria_Collins@ncsu.edu
Nicole Pelsinsky
Nicole.Pelsinsky@serialssolutions.com

Mary Somerville
Ma...
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
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Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives

Aaron Wood (speaker), Maria Collins (speaker), Mary Somerville (speaker), Nicole Pelsinsky (speaker)

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Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives

  1. 1. Working Better Together: Library, Publisher and Vendor Perspectives
  2. 2. Introductions • Panelists – Moderator: Mary Somerville – Library: Maria Collins – Vendor: Nicole Pelsinsky – Publisher: Aaron Wood
  3. 3. Overview • Case Study: NCSU experience • Publisher and Vendor Response • Audience Q&A
  4. 4. Working Better Together: Library Case Study Maria Collins Head of Acquisitions & Discovery, North Carolina State University Libraries
  5. 5. WORKING BETTER TOGETHER: LIBRARY, PUBLISHER AND VENDOR PERSPECTIVES Charleston Conference 2013
  6. 6. PARTNERING BETWEEN SERVICE PROVIDERS AND LIBRARIES Implementations o Process and overview o Milestones and outcomes o Training and documentation Tracking o ERMs = organizing documentation for your library o Administrative consoles = tracking and reporting Maintenance o Collections and holdings o Understanding the data foundation = knowledge bases
  7. 7. PARTNERING BETWEEN SERVICE PROVIDERS AND CONTENT PROVIDERS Improving and Refining Data o Optimizing metadata mappings o Capitalizing on new and unique data elements o Data improvements More Robust Linking o Improving the OpenURL experience (i.e. IOTA initiative) o Direct linking
  8. 8. SERVICE PROVIDER (KNOWLEDGE BASE) AS INTERMEDIARY BETWEEN LIBRARY/PUBLISHERS Patron? Content Provider Library Service provider
  9. 9. Nicole Pelsinsky – MLIS, PMC Manager of Global Implementation Services nicole.pelsinsky@proquest.com www.proquest.com
  10. 10. Collaborative Efforts between Service Providers and Content Providers Direct Linking Discovery services had tended to be reliant on link resolvers for the delivery of content. This was problematic for non-journal, non-book content, particularly the archival and multimedia content that Alexander Street provides. At the 2010 Charleston Conference, Summon and Alexander Street talked this through and direct linking was the result Metadata Schema Mappings When Alexander Street first started sending track-level audio metadata to Summon, the mapping from Alexander Street’s MARCxml into Summon’s modified MODS was reliant on the overall MARC to MODS mappings, which were optimized for monographic and serial content, not component part content, such as tracks. This resulted in lists of seemingly identical track results, since there was little metadata to differentiate them based on the mapping. Alexander Street and Summon worked together to make the mapping inclusive of other publication-related fields, such as the 773 (Host Item Information), so that end users could differentiate based on album title, label, and release date Database/Collection Recommender Summon’s suggested specialized collections based on user searches are inclusive of multimedia databases and highlight Alexander Street music collections
  11. 11. Future Collaboration So Many Possibilities Enhanced audio track search result display through cover art delivered through Bowker’s Syndetics Inclusion of non-book, non-serial content in 360 MARC Auto-activation of publisher collections in various knowledge base services, including Summon Linked data But What Collaborations Would Most Benefit You?
  12. 12. Questions? Maria Collins Maria_Collins@ncsu.edu Nicole Pelsinsky Nicole.Pelsinsky@serialssolutions.com Mary Somerville Mary.Somerville@ucdenver.edu Aaron Wood awood@astreetpress.com

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