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Knowledge base+ update - Sconul Autumn Conference 2011


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Presentatio to the SCONUL Autumn Conference on progress with JISC's Knowledge Base+ Project

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Knowledge base+ update - Sconul Autumn Conference 2011

  1. 1. Update on the UK Shared Academic Knowledge Base December 2011
  2. 2. Introduction• Objectives• Deliverables of Phase 1• Governance• Technical development strategy• Supplier engagement• Progress• Licensing• Next steps
  3. 3. ObjectivesProvide an accurate and relevant knowledge baseSupport data sharing between library systemsMinimise the duplication of staff effortImprove return on investment from systemsIncrease productivity through shared activity
  4. 4. Key Deliverables of Phase 1• KB+ platform with user interface to allow academic institutions, suppliers, publishers and others to navigate, manage and manipulate data, supported by access management and permission tools.• Verified, accurate and up-to-date publication information for NESLi2, JISC eCollections, SHEDL and WHEEL agreements in KBART format, suitable for use by link-resolvers• Subscription management information – such as post-cancellation access entitlement information, contact information, access management records.• Licences in machine readable formats for NESLi2, major JISC Collections and major non-JISC Collections agreements• Usage statistics in machine readable format for NESLi2 publishers and other publishers stored within the Journals Usage Statistics Portal.• Alerting services covering renewals, opt outs, service availability and disruption.• Workflow management tools related to the selection, review, renewal and cancellation of publications.
  5. 5. Principles Phase One Deliverables Participants Data JISC Services Standards Title lists Publishers Workflow HoldingsInteroperability Quality KB+ Systems Vendors VerificationShared Activity Alerts Licences Subscription Usage Agents statisticsBusiness Model Registration Agencies Legal Model Academic Institutions
  6. 6. Governance• Project Board – Dr Richard Parsons, University of Dundee (Chair) – Anne Bell, SCONUL and University of Warwick – Rachel Bruce, JISC Executive – Peter Burnhill, EDINA – Lorraine Estelle, JISC Collections – Nicholas Lewis, Chair of Community Advisory Group and University of East Anglia – Ross MacIntyre, MIMAS – Fiona Parsons, SCONUL and University of Wolverhampton – Mark Toole, Chair of Technical Advisory Group and University of Stirling
  7. 7. Technical Advisory Group• Mark Toole, University of Stirling, (Chair)• Chris Awre, University of Hull• Chris Keene, University of Sussex• Paul Needham, Cranfield University• Paul Stainthorpe, University of Lincoln• Dave Pattern, University of Huddersfield• Paul Walk, UKOLN• Amy Warner, Royal Holloway, University of London• Michael Winkler, University of Pennsylvania and OLE
  8. 8. Community Advisory Group• Nick Lewis, University of East Anglia (Chair)• Angela Conyers, Birmingham City University and Evidence Base (JUSP)• Nick Woolley, KCL• Tracey Randall, Bangor University• Sarah Pearson, University of Birmingham/KBART• Kristin Antellman, UNSU and KUALI• Kate Price, University of Surrey• Alison Brock, Open University• Suzanne Enright, University of Westminster
  9. 9. Supplier engagement• Supplier Event – October 2011 • Follow up meetings have been – Ex Libris held, or organised with all of – EBSCO the suppliers and to date all of – Innovative Interfaces them have signalled that they – OCLC would like to be involved – Swets – Capita (Talis) • Issues around conceptualistion – UKSG/KBART of journal agreements – EDItEUR – Ringgold • All 44 NESLi2 publishers – LAC Group approached for KBART – COUNTER compliant title lists – Sirsi Dynix – Serials Solutions
  10. 10. Recommendations• Hosted and Mediated Knowledge Base Plus – Community centric ‘above campus’ knowledge base – Mediation and validation by a trusted third party – Integrated management tools – Linked to UK licensing initiatives – Works in conjunction with existing market offerings Knowledge Base Plus – a shared service for subscription resources. David Kay and Owen Stephens 2011
  11. 11. Three Layers of Licensing Licence Comparison Tool ?JISC Model Licence
  12. 12. Next steps• Employment of technical lead and commencement of development• IPR framework – Commercial confidentiality – Data Protection – Licensing• Business models• Data sources
  13. 13. THANK YOU