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    1. 1. TMS & ResearchersSynergizing Collection and Library InformationChad PetrovayGallery Systems
    2. 2. Five Laws of Library Science1. Books are for use.2. Every reader his [or her] book.3. Every book its reader.4. Save the time of the reader.5. The library is a growing organism.Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan
    3. 3. Five Laws of Collection Info1. Collection information is for use.2. Every researcher their field.3. Every field its researcher.4. Save the time of the researcher.5. The database is a growing organism.
    4. 4. You are desirable…Curators Researchers Students
    5. 5. What makes you desirable…TMSeMuseumOPAC
    6. 6. Synergy…is the interaction of multipleelements in a system toproduce an effect differentfrom or greater than the sumof their individual effects.Wikipedia
    7. 7. Library Management SystemAdmin UIOPACOPAC
    8. 8. Synergizing your Relationships
    9. 9. UTILIZING Z39.50 FEATUREHelp yourself create records by…
    10. 10. Basic Setup• Enable Koha’s Z39.50 Server– Uncomment lines in config file– Identify IP address and port– Restart the Zebra Server• Prepare the workstation– Double-click and register the“GS Z3950.reg” file
    11. 11. Testing with BibDataZUzhost zport zdatabase192.168.0.31 7090 biblios
    12. 12. Configuring TMS
    13. 13. Z39.50 Import
    14. 14. Z39.50 Import
    15. 15. Z39.50 Import
    16. 16. The Imported Records
    17. 17. Synergizing your Relationships
    18. 18. TMS/EMUSEUM TO YOUR OPACDrive traffic from…
    19. 19. TMS Bibliography
    20. 20. Linking to OPAChttp://library.drk2cmp.net/cgi-bin/koha/opac-search.pl?idx=nb&q={ISBN}
    21. 21. eMuseum Bibliography
    22. 22. Linking to OPAChttp://library.drk2cmp.net/cgi-bin/koha/opac-search.pl?idx=nb&q={ISBN}
    23. 23. YOUR OPAC TO EMUSEUMDrive traffic from…
    24. 24. Basic Setup• Prepare MARC Framework– Add the 692 tag– Subfield $a for ObjectNumber– Subfield $0 for ObjectID• Prepare a custom XSL
    25. 25. Edit the MARC record
    26. 26. Linking OPAC to eMuseumhttp://v2003l.gallerysystems.com/emuseum/view/objects/asitem/items$0040:{$0|ObjectID}
    27. 27. Synergizing your Relationships
    28. 28. CONNECTING TO BOOKSELLERSMake it easy to purchase books by…
    29. 29. • Monetize your linksby joining anaffiliates program.• A portion of thepurchase price isremitted to theaffiliate account.Affiliates Program• AbeBooks• Starting at 5%• Alibris• Flat 5%• Amazon• Starting at 4%• Barnes & Noble• Flat 6%• Better World Books• Between 5-8%
    30. 30. Linking to Amazonhttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/{ISBN}?tag={Affiliate Tag}
    31. 31. Linking to Amazonhttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/{ISBN}?tag={Affiliate Tag}
    32. 32. BOOK RELATED SITESMake it easy to connect to…
    33. 33. Linking to Open Libraryhttp://openlibrary.org/isbn/ {ISBN}
    34. 34. Linking to Google Bookshttp://books.google.com/books?isbn= {ISBN}
    35. 35. Linking to Google Scholarhttp://scholar.google.com/scholar?q={Author}+{Title}+{Subtitle}
    36. 36. UNION LIST OF ARTIST NAMESMake it easy to learn more about an artist with…
    37. 37. Basic Setup• Populate ConstituentAlternate Numbers– Include the ULAN ID– Give then a distinctivedescription• Prepare a custom XSL
    38. 38. Constituents in TMS
    39. 39. Linking to ULAN Profilehttp://www.getty.edu/vow/ULANFullDisplay?find={ULAN ID}&role=&nation=&prev_page=1&subjectid={ULAN ID}
    40. 40. Web Searcheshttp://www.getty.edu/vow/ULANServlet?english=Y&role=&page=1&nation=&find={Display Name}http://www.google.com/search?q={Display Name}http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Search?search={Display Name}
    41. 41. ENHANCING REPORTSHelp researchers connect faster by…
    42. 42. A Record with Bibliography
    43. 43. Export Reports to PDF
    44. 44. Linking to OCLC WorldCathttp://www.worldcat.org/search?q={ISBN}+{Title}
    45. 45. Linking to Google Scholarhttp://scholar.google.com/scholar?q={Author}+{Title}
    46. 46. Synergizing your Relationships
    47. 47. UTILIZING BOOK RELATED API’SEnhance records by…
    48. 48. • ProgrammableWeblists over 50 APIsrelated to books• Koha can enhancerecords with 10 APIs(4 paid; 6 free)Book Related APIs• Amazon*• BookMooch• Google Books*• Library of Congress• LibraryThing*• New York Times• Open Library*• WorldCat/OCLC*
    49. 49. Book Covers from APIhttp://covers.openlibrary.org/b/isbn/{ISBN}-M.jpg
    50. 50. Synergizing your Relationships
    51. 51. THIRD PARTY TOOLSHelp researchers organize their research with…
    52. 52. About Zotero• Automatically capturecitation information• Store PDFs, files, images,links, web pages• Flexible note-taking• Citation formatting andbibliography creation• Free and open source• Firefox Extension
    53. 53. Zotero Interface
    54. 54. Saving a Webpage
    55. 55. Sharing MetadataCOinS• Embed metadata inHTML span element• Easy to implement• Limited to– Books– Journal Articles– Dublin CoreunAPI + MODS XML• Link MODS XMLdocuments toresource/page• Slightly morecomplex• Greater control ofmetadata/fields
    56. 56. eMuseum Bibliography
    57. 57. eMuseum Object
    58. 58. eMuseum Object
    59. 59. OPAC Search Results
    60. 60. OPAC Search Results
    61. 61. CREATE SEARCH TOOLSHelp researchers search faster…
    62. 62. Basic Concept• OpenSearch– The search box in the toolbar ofmost web browsers.• LibX– Browser Extension toolbar, tailoredto your institution and consolidatingmultiple search interfaces.• Google Custom Search– Ad Supported vs. Premium.• Summon Service– Paid service to index andconsolidated search across multipleweb resources/databases.
    63. 63. OpenSearch
    64. 64. LibX
    65. 65. LibX
    66. 66. https://delicious.com/tms4researchersFor links to resources, visit
    67. 67. Chad PetrovayGallery Systemschad@gallerysystems.com

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