Local and Unique and
Digital: A Evolving Trend for
Libraries and Cultural
Heritage Institutions
Peter Murray – Twitter: @D...
Introduction: Waves of Content
Waves crashing at Iluka by Graham Cook
Local, Physical
special collections [University of Tennessee] by Joel Kramer
Commercial, Physical
seattle library pix #001 by Matt
Commercial, Digital
How do I find the kind of articles I need in the maze that is the databases? by clemsonunivlibrary
Local, Digital
Digitisation of a Dunhuang manuscript in the IDP UK studio by Vicswift
Mix over time
1990
1994
1998
2002
2006
2010
2014
Local, Physical
Commercial, Physical
Commercial, Digital
Local, Digital
Mix over time
1990
1994
1998
2002
2006
2010
2014
Local, Physical
Commercial, Physical
Commercial, Digital
Local, Digital
Mix over time
1990
1994
1998
2002
2006
2010
2014
Local, Physical
Commercial, Physical
Commercial, Digital
Local, Digital
Mix over time
1990
1994
1998
2002
2006
2010
2014
Local, Physical
Commercial, Physical
Commercial, Digital
Local, Digital
OCLC Research Library Partnership Report
Michalko, Jim. “Are We Reconfigured Yet? US Research
Libraries – Priorities, Tren...
OCLC Research Library Partnership Report
David W. Lewis’ Perspective
Lewis, David W. “A Strategy for Academic Libraries in
the First Quarter of the 21st Century.” ...
2005 2015 2025
Traditional Special Collections
Curated Digital
Content
Purchased Materials
Percent of
Library
Resources
Al...
“pipes of pan” by Lele
One object, Many venues
LOUISiana Digital Library
DPLA
OCLC Digital Collection Gateway
Search Engines
Wait. How do you REALLY feel about yourself? by Kevin Pereira
Projects to Programs
Harper, dog class graduate by Adam Sowers
Following Standards
imperial standards by Kio Stark
Following Standards
imperial standards by Kio Stark
• MARC
• RDF
• OAI-PMH
• BIBFRAME
• MODS
• OAI-ORE
• Schema.org
• Open...
Share the Load
Share the load by CJ
Trends
Line chart by Andreas Levers
Linked Data
Links by Ruby Gold
Research Outputs
CMU’s research wagon by TfUnQ
Usage Metrics
Human Graphing - 20 by Travis Nep Smith
Functional Convergence
Confluence of Labe and Vltava in Mělník by Ondra Anderle
Functional Specialization
_-_ complexity [1] by nerovivo
LYRASIS Digital Programs
LYRASIS Digital Programs
•Digitization Collaborative
LYRASIS Digital Programs
•Digitization Collaborative
•Metadata Guidance
LYRASIS Digital Programs
•Digitization Collaborative
•Metadata Guidance
•Training and Consulting
LYRASIS Digital Programs
•Digitization Collaborative
•Metadata Guidance
•Training and Consulting
•Hosting Services
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Slides and audio from presentation given at the LOUIS Users Group meeting, 4-Oct-2013, Baton Rouge, LA.

Libraries have been digitizing materials for decades as surrogates for access to physical materials, and in doing so have broadened the range of people and uses for library materials. With projects like Hathi Trust and Google Book Search systematically digitizing massproduced monographs and making them available within the bounds of copyright law, libraries continue the trend of digitizing what is local and unique, and the emergence of projects like the Digital Public Library of America and OCLC's WorldCat Digital Collection Gateway expand discoverability of the the local and unique well beyond the library's traditional reach. This presentation provides an overview of this trend, updates on what libraries can do, and describes activities LYRASIS is doing to help libraries and other cultural heritage institutions expand their reach.

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  1. 1. Local and Unique and Digital: A Evolving Trend for Libraries and Cultural Heritage Institutions Peter Murray – Twitter: @DataG This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 543 Howard Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA. Other rights are available; please contact the author for more information. Attributed photographs from Flickr or Wikimedia Commons; used under Creative Commons derivatives- okay licenses.
  2. 2. Introduction: Waves of Content Waves crashing at Iluka by Graham Cook
  3. 3. Local, Physical special collections [University of Tennessee] by Joel Kramer
  4. 4. Commercial, Physical seattle library pix #001 by Matt
  5. 5. Commercial, Digital How do I find the kind of articles I need in the maze that is the databases? by clemsonunivlibrary
  6. 6. Local, Digital Digitisation of a Dunhuang manuscript in the IDP UK studio by Vicswift
  7. 7. Mix over time 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 Local, Physical Commercial, Physical Commercial, Digital Local, Digital
  8. 8. Mix over time 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 Local, Physical Commercial, Physical Commercial, Digital Local, Digital
  9. 9. Mix over time 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 Local, Physical Commercial, Physical Commercial, Digital Local, Digital
  10. 10. Mix over time 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 Local, Physical Commercial, Physical Commercial, Digital Local, Digital
  11. 11. OCLC Research Library Partnership Report Michalko, Jim. “Are We Reconfigured Yet? US Research Libraries – Priorities, Trends, Directions.” Webinar. OCLC Research Library Partners. 14 February 2013.
  12. 12. OCLC Research Library Partnership Report
  13. 13. David W. Lewis’ Perspective Lewis, David W. “A Strategy for Academic Libraries in the First Quarter of the 21st Century.” College & Research Libraries 68(5):418-434 September 2007.
  14. 14. 2005 2015 2025 Traditional Special Collections Curated Digital Content Purchased Materials Percent of Library Resources Allocated 10% 60% Figure One: Transition from Purchased Materials to Curated Content David W. Lewis’ Perspective
  15. 15. “pipes of pan” by Lele One object, Many venues
  16. 16. LOUISiana Digital Library
  17. 17. DPLA
  18. 18. OCLC Digital Collection Gateway
  19. 19. Search Engines Wait. How do you REALLY feel about yourself? by Kevin Pereira
  20. 20. Projects to Programs Harper, dog class graduate by Adam Sowers
  21. 21. Following Standards imperial standards by Kio Stark
  22. 22. Following Standards imperial standards by Kio Stark • MARC • RDF • OAI-PMH • BIBFRAME • MODS • OAI-ORE • Schema.org • OpenURL • DOI • HTML • XHTML • PDF • ISBN • Daisy • EPub
  23. 23. Share the Load Share the load by CJ
  24. 24. Trends Line chart by Andreas Levers
  25. 25. Linked Data Links by Ruby Gold
  26. 26. Research Outputs CMU’s research wagon by TfUnQ
  27. 27. Usage Metrics Human Graphing - 20 by Travis Nep Smith
  28. 28. Functional Convergence Confluence of Labe and Vltava in Mělník by Ondra Anderle
  29. 29. Functional Specialization _-_ complexity [1] by nerovivo
  30. 30. LYRASIS Digital Programs
  31. 31. LYRASIS Digital Programs •Digitization Collaborative
  32. 32. LYRASIS Digital Programs •Digitization Collaborative •Metadata Guidance
  33. 33. LYRASIS Digital Programs •Digitization Collaborative •Metadata Guidance •Training and Consulting
  34. 34. LYRASIS Digital Programs •Digitization Collaborative •Metadata Guidance •Training and Consulting •Hosting Services
  35. 35. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 543 Howard Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA. Other rights are available; please contact the author for more information. Attributed photographs from Flickr or Wikimedia Commons; used under Creative Commons derivatives- okay licenses. Peter.Murray@lyrasis.org Twitter: @DataG Speaker Evaluation: bit.ly/dltjeval

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