GLA COMO WorldShare ILL/WorldShare

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GLA COMO WorldShare ILL/WorldShare

  1. 1. OCLC WorldShare™Interlibrary LoanRussell PalmerSupervisor, Professional DevelopmentLYRASIS
  2. 2. OCLC WorldShare™ Interlibrary Loan• New service will replace WorldCat Resource Sharing• Included in existing OCLC Resource Sharing subscriptions• The service will: – Add efficiencies and improve workflows – Support delivery of print and electronic materials – Promote member innovation with platform-driven APIs• WorldShare Platform supports new features that require interoperation with other applications• No changes to ILLiad
  3. 3. New and improved features• Display of lender costs – speeds selection of appropriate lenders• Integrated buy-it options for staff – more options to buy rather than borrow• Variable aging of requests – automatic entry of “enter my symbol twice” saves staff time• Display of item availability and shelf status + dynamic lender string based on item availability for WorldCat Local libraries – select lenders based on actual availability of needed item• ---and more
  4. 4. Borrowing example
  5. 5. Lending example
  6. 6. Relationship with OCLC WorldShare™ Management Services• OCLC WorldShare Interlibrary Loan will reside on OCLC WorldShare™ Management Services interface• Added benefits to libraries that subscribe to other WorldShare™ Management Services applications – Integrated ―buy it‖ options and workflows – Expanded patron request management – More…
  7. 7. Schedule for service availability
  8. 8. Related information• OCLC WorldShare™ Management Services www.oclc.org/webscale/default.htm• OCLC WorldShare™ License Managerwww.oclc.org/license-manager/default.htm• Future of OCLC FirstSearchwww.oclc.org/productworks/fut ure-of-firstsearch.htm
  9. 9. Stay informed• Follow progress at:www.oclc.org/us/en/migrate-worldshare- ill/default.htm• Announcements on OCLC-SHARING-L – Register: https://www3.oclc.org/app/listserv
  10. 10. QUESTIONS?
  11. 11. Shared data about the world’s libraries. Find and get it.Shared infrastructure to manage and share resources across libraries and across communities.
  12. 12. THE FUTURE TODAY
  13. 13. The future today Doing things Doing differently different things
  14. 14. The future today Shopping Entertainment Web Services Platform Data Management Infrastructure Communication Information
  15. 15. The future today The Web scales Organizations have …and at the same time scope their access to infrastructure services to focus on meeting the and platforms that enable specific needs of their users. them to reach a broad, geographically diverse community…
  16. 16. The Future Today: The world at Webscale Consumer Shared Shared Data Infrastructure Business
  17. 17. PUBLIC AND ACADEMIC LIBRARY PRIORITIES
  18. 18. WorldShare can help address your public library’s key priorities Enhancing visibility Demonstrating value Stretching your budget
  19. 19. WorldShare can help address your academic library’s key priorities Licensed content Role of library Facilities issues Visibility of collection Digitization projects
  20. 20. Doing things differently More time for Streamline special collections technical services Manage “e” and Automatically Give patrons “p” in one place update e-content mobile access
  21. 21. Doing different things What’s your wish list?
  22. 22. tools todo things differently in order to gain capacity tools todo different things in the communities we serve.
  23. 23. HOW OCLC WORLDSHARE HELPS
  24. 24. Back to the future: A decade of change and new assumptions 100,000 apps in Apple’s 1999 2001 2003 2004 2006 2009 2011 Discovery Community Collaboration 2000 2005 2007
  25. 25. A world of disconnects city.gov Acquisitions Cataloging Print Self BBC Google Service Vendors News Circulation Overdrive Wikipedia ILS Electronic Vendor WebMD iTunes Users OPAC Library Consortial Amazon Facebook System eBooks Google State Home- Audio Books Library HathiTrust YouTube work books helpESPN National/ EasyBib Global Community Blogs Good System Reads
  26. 26. Moving our infrastructure to Webscale university.edu Acquisitions Cataloging Cataloging Print AcademiCal Circulation Self SelfJSTOR Image Find Faculty Press BBC Google Service Vendors News Google Service Circulation Circulation JSTOR Wikipedia Wikipedia ILS ILS Electronic Acquisitions Cataloging ScoreFinder Study Guides Vendor WebMD iTunes iTunes Users Users OPAC OPAC Library Library Amazon Facebook Facebook ERM Self Service Vendor Directory Patron Admin NYT Best Sellers Meta- Meta- search search Consortial Google Scholar A to Z A to Z System HathiTrust YouTube Resolver Resolver HathiTrust List ListESPN National/ EasyBib Scholar Good App Gallery Global System portals Reads
  27. 27. Moving our infrastructure to Webscale city.gov Acquisitions Cataloging Print Circulation SelfFamily Tree Info Homework Helper BBC Google Service Vendors News Facebook bookclub Circulation Overdrive Wikipedia ILS Electronic Acquisitions Cataloging ScoreFinder Friends of the Library Vendor WebMD iTunes for donations Users OPAC Library Consortial Amazon Facebook System Self Service Vendor Directory Patron Admin NYT Best Sellers eBooks Google State Home- Audio Books Library HathiTrust YouTube work books helpESPN National/ EasyBib Community App Gallery Good Global System Blogs Reads
  28. 28. OCLC WorldShare Management Services Circulation Family Analytics Tree Info Homework Helper Acquisition Facebook bookclub Currently Acquisitions Cataloging ScoreFinder Moving Friends of the Library Circulation Interlibrary Loan on the to the WorldShare WorldShare for donations platform platform Self Service Vendor Directory Patron Admin NYT Best Sellers License Mgr Metadata Mgmt App Gallery
  29. 29. The OCLC WorldShare Platform Library Built Partner Built OCLC Built App Gallery Web Services Data Platform Management Infrastructure
  30. 30. AND IT’S REAL
  31. 31. Only need a Web browser
  32. 32. Electronic and physical collection management in one system
  33. 33. Intuitive circulation for the 21st century
  34. 34. Discovery and Delivery of all your library’s collections
  35. 35. WHAT LIBRARIANS ARE SAYING ABOUTWORLDSHARE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  36. 36. Streamlining workflows ―The CPC system is very excited about the potential of WMS. We have an opportunity to participate more fully with the OCLC cooperative and a way to streamline our routine processes and be more cost effective. We like the flexibility of a Web-based system and its ease of use for our staff.‖ Jackie Beach Library Director, Craven-Pamlico-Carteret Regional System (North Carolina)
  37. 37. Streamlining workflows to increase productivity ―…44% productivity increase for single cataloger; by reducing this time, she is able to accomplish more original cataloging for our digital collections.‖ Tad Mindeman Director of Library Services Covenant College
  38. 38. Saves time, saves money What WMS has meant for Pepperdine University Library: •Better discovery with increased circulation and ILL (tripled) •Outsourced hosting—no more hardware/software upgrades to manage •Significant savings in total cost of ownership--$50,000 annually •Many efficiencies in technical services and in the use of shared data •Integration with ILLiad, CONTENTdm, and other services •Potential for 3rd party apps –making technology work to save time Lynne Jacobsen Associate University Librarian for Information Resources, Collections, and Scholarly Communication Pepperdine University
  39. 39. Streamlining workflows ―Above all, we liked that OCLC is a library cooperative. We are members working together toward a common vision, sharing many of the same challenges. And it is through this shared vision that we hope to eliminate many of the barriers that prevent access to information.‖ Sandy Ashworth Library Director, Boundary County District Library (Idaho)
  40. 40. Shared data about the world’s libraries. Find and get it.Shared infrastructure to manage andshare resources across libraries and across communities.
  41. 41. Meeting your public library’s priorities • Key priority #1: Increasing visibility and relevance in your community – WorldShare solution: Increase your visibility on the Web – WorldShare solution: Free your staff for critical public services • Key priority #2: Demonstrating value to your funders and community – WorldShare solution: Offer new services for your patrons • Key priority #3: Helping to stretch your budget – WorldShare solution: Reduce your costs
  42. 42. Meeting your academic library’s priorities • Key priority #1: Licensed content • WorldShare solution: Unified management and automated exposure and access • Key priority #2: Role of the library in academia • WorldShare solution: Give your library the ability to do different things • Key priority #3: Facility issues • Key priority #4: Visibility of collection • WorldShare solution: Expose your collections throughout the Web • Key priority #5: Digitization projects • WorldShare solution: Expose your collections throughout the Web
  43. 43. QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION

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