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Squiz & Bodleian Libraries Project - Event Presentation Slides

  1. 1. Bodleian  Libraries  Websites  Launch  Event  Jesus  College,  Oxford  Wednesday,    10th  April  2013  
  2. 2. Today   >  Welcome  remarks   >  A:ernoon  session  2pm  –  4.50pm   >  Drinks  recepCon  and  library  tours  from  5-­‐7pm   at  the  Divinity  School   >
  3. 3. Project  Walk-­‐Through  Alison  Prince  Web  Manager,  Bodleian  Libraries  
  4. 4. Project  scope   >  Matrix  CMS   >  www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk   and  child  sites  (31!)   >  Supported  by  changes   in  policy  and  process   >
  5. 5. Who  uses  Bodleian  Libraries  websites?   >
  6. 6. What  are  they  doing?   >  Opening  hours,  opening  Cmes   >  Looking  for  books     >  Looking  for  libraries   >  Being  tourists   >  Using  a  database  or  catalogue   >
  7. 7. Lessons  from  research  phase   >  Beware  of  jargon   >  Organize  content  by  use-­‐case   >  Keep  navigaCon  shallow   >  Raise  profile  of  hidden  content   >  Put  popular  content  in  key  places   >  Get  search  right   >  Succinct,  up-­‐to-­‐date  content   >  Increase  text  size   >  Keep  it  integrated   >  Make  life  easier  for  editors   >
  8. 8. New  designs   >
  9. 9. Responsive  design   >  One  website   >  Fluid  dimensions   >  Flexible  layout   >  Adapts  to  userʼs  browser   window  size   >
  10. 10. New  (and  more)  templates   >
  11. 11. New  website  search   >  Funnelback   >  Can  index  and  return  results   from  external  sites  (e.g.  LibGuides)   >  Used  by  Cambridge,  V&A,   Electoral  Commission  etc   >
  12. 12. More  integraCon   >  Funnelback   >  Blog  aggregator   >  Direct  integraCon  of  databases   >  Feeds  from  data.ox.ac.uk   >    DistribuCon  of  designs  (familiarity)   >  Linking  strategy   >  Digital.bodleian  (later!)   >
  13. 13. More  integraCon   >
  14. 14. Library  &  subject  navigator   >
  15. 15. Live  chat  service   >  Builds  on  success  of  trial   >  Libraries-­‐wide  live  help   rolled  out   >  Many  portals,  same  team   >
  16. 16. Calendar  &  booking  for  free  events   >
  17. 17. RSS  funcConality   >
  18. 18. Master  content  library   >
  19. 19. Easy-­‐edit  suite   >
  20. 20. Policy  and  process   >
  21. 21. A   model  library?   >
  22. 22. TransiCons   >  Supported  by  roll-­‐out  pack  for  ediCng  team   >
  23. 23. Content   >  Currently  devolved  –  180  editors   >  Planning  major  content  review   >  More  training?   >  Central  content  editor?   >  More  new  editorial  processes?   >
  24. 24. The  big   write-­‐up   >  DocumentaCon   >  Training  and  instrucCon  material   >  New  processes   >  Style  guides   >  Plan  for  ongoing  incremental   development  
  25. 25. Monitoring   >  What  ʻgoodʼ  looks  like   >  More  analyCcs  training   >  Model  review  process     Ongoing  feedback  mechanisms     QuesCons?     My  contact  details   alison.prince@bodleian.ox.ac.uk   @themissprince  @bodleianlibs   Image  credits:  Flickr  –  beneneuman,  Lara604,  mhaithaca,  twin…,  MyTudut,  bennthewolfe  
  26. 26. Technical  Showcase  JusPn  Avery  Technical  Consultant,  Squiz  
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  28. 28. Responsive  Design  
  29. 29. What  is  Responsive  Design  1.  Flexible  Grids  2.  Flexible  Media  3.  Media  Queries   >
  30. 30. Flexible  Grids   >
  31. 31. Flexible  Media   >
  32. 32. Media  Queries   >
  33. 33. “Responsive  design  allows  your  website  to   adapt  to  the  device/viewport  the  visitor  is   using.  It  provides  you  with  the  capability  to   write  once  publish  everywhere  (meaning  less   work  for  you)”   >
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  41. 41. The  Answer!   >  Now  we  had  a     >  TBC2   >  TBC3   >
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  51. 51. Responsive  Design  
  52. 52. Any  quesCons?  
  53. 53.        Refreshment  Break    Tea,  coffee  and  biscuits  in  recepPon  
  54. 54. NavigaCng  the  Digital  Library  Landscape    ChrisPne  Madsen  Head  of  Digital  Programmes,  Bodleian  Libraries  
  55. 55. The  Bodleian  Digital  Library   >  Previously  known  as  the  Oxford  Digital  Library   >  DigiCsing  collecCons  for  more  than  15  years   >  Currently  manage  about  15-­‐20  acCve  digital     projects  (not  all  digiCzaCon)   >  Building  core  digital  infrastructure  
  56. 56. The  Bodleian  Digital  Library   >  Work  with  faculty,  librarians  to:   -  build  digital  infrastructure  to  help  answer  their   research  quesCons   -  provide  online,  thorough,  innovaCve  access  to   library  collecCons  
  57. 57. Understanding  the  Digital  Library  Landscape   >  Understanding  Libraries   >  “Laboratory  for  the  HumaniCes”  
  58. 58. What  do  Libraries  Do?                    
  59. 59. Salient  Features  of  the  Content?   >  Books?  Scrolls?  Tablets?  Journals?  Images?   >  Data?  InformaCon?  Knowledge?    
  60. 60.      Artefacts  of  Intellectual  Discourse                    
  61. 61.                  Access  to  the  discourse  
  62. 62. Thomas  Bodley  
  63. 63. Sir  Frances  Bacon   Thomas  Bodley  
  64. 64. “In regardof yourgreat andrare desertof learning”
  65. 65. “…havingbuilt an arcto savelearningfrom deluge”
  66. 66.        Beginning  of  Digital  Libraries                    
  67. 67. What  do  digital  libraries  do?                    
  68. 68.        EvoluCon  of  the  Digital  Library  
  69. 69. Digital  Libraries  Phase  I:  1990 s   >  Access:  gelng  content  online   >  Replicated  the  collecCon  structure   >
  70. 70. Digital  Libraries  Phase  I,  also     >  Chipping  away  at  larger  corpora   >  Working  with  both  text  and  with  image   >
  71. 71. Digital  Libraries  Phase  I  was   >  Online  exhibits   >  Databases  (silos)   >  Good  if  you  new  exactly  what  you  want   >
  72. 72. Digital  Libraries  Phase  II:  2000 s   >  Very  detailed   >  Very  comprehensive   >  Aggregators   >
  73. 73. Digital  Libraries  Phase  II,  also   >  Understanding  Impact   >  Emergence  of  the  Digital  HumaniCes   >
  74. 74. "Even  if  you  had  Cme  to  waste  for  the  rest  of  your  life,  you  couldnt  do  a  job  like  that,"  he  said.   "You  seem  to  be  more  go-­‐ahead  and  American   than  we  are!“   [Time  Magazine,  Monday,  Dec.  31,  1956  ‘Religion:    Sacred  Electronics’]   >
  75. 75. 1949  –  Busa  approaches    IBM  1970’s  –  the  56  volume  Index  Thomis1cus  is  printed  1989  –  CD-­‐ROM  version  is  released  2005  –  web  based  version   ]   >
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  77. 77. Data!  Data!  Data!    he  cried  impa1ently.   I  cannot  make  bricks  without  clay.    –  Sherlock  Holmes,  from    The  Adventure  of  the  Copper  Beeches.  
  78. 78. Digital  Libraries  Phase  III:  2010-­‐-­‐   >  From  Digital  CollecCons  to  Data   >  Understanding  the  Library  and  its  role   >  Working  closely  with  users   >
  79. 79.      Rules  for  Future-­‐Proofing   >
  80. 80.    Separate  Content  from  Interface   >
  81. 81. SCENE  I.  DUKE  ORSINOs  palace.  Enter  DUKE  ORSINO,  CURIO,  and  other  Lords;  Musicians  attending  DUKE  ORSINO  If  music  be  the  food  of  love,  play  on;  Give  me  excess  of  it,  that,  surfeiting,  The  appetite  may  sicken,  and  so  die.  That  strain  again!  it  had  a  dying  fall:  O,  it  came  oer  my  ear  like  the  sweet  sound,  That  breathes  upon  a  bank  of  violets,  Stealing  and  giving  odour!  Enough;  no  more:  Tis  not  so  sweet  now  as  it  was  before.  O  spirit  of  love!  how  quick  and  fresh  art  thou,  That,  notwithstanding  thy  capacity  Receiveth  as  the  sea,  nought  enters  there,  Of  what  validity  and  pitch  soeer,  But  falls  into  abatement  and  low  price,  Even  in  a  minute:  so  full  of  shapes  is  fancy  That  it  alone  is  high  fantastical.   Content   Interface  
  82. 82. CollecPon   CollecPon   CollecPon  Interface   Interface   Interface   Content   Content   Content   Metadata   Metadata   Metadata  Infrastructure   Infrastructure   Infrastructure  
  83. 83. COLLECTION   COLLECTION   COLLECTION   COLLECTION   INTERFACE   INTERFACE   INTERFACE   INTERFACE   Content   Metadata   Infrastructure  
  84. 84.      Same  content  =  MulCple  interfaces   >
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  88. 88.            Build  for  Scale                  &  Give  users  many  paths  through  your  collecCons   >
  89. 89. Different  Interfaces  for  Different  Users/Uses   One  object  in  many  contexts   All  digital  collecPons   CollecPon  of  Ephemera     Exhibit  about  boardgames  
  90. 90. Digital  Libraries  Phase  III   >  More  sustainable     >  More  usable   >  Gives  users  mulCple  paths   >  Allows  them  to  create  their  own   >
  91. 91. Thank  You  ChrisPne.madsen@bodleian.ox.ac.uk  
  92. 92. Improving Search with …  Richard Morgan"Client Services & Support Manager, Funnelback  
  93. 93. What  is  Search?   >  Relevance  of  keywords   >  Okapi  BM25  algorithm     >
  94. 94. But  we  also  use  linking…   >  PageRank   >  Onsite  links   >  Offsite  links   >
  95. 95. And  what  about  recency  …   >
  96. 96. 70+  tuning  opCons   >
  97. 97. Content:  rich  and  complex   >  Do  we  mean  high  quality  or  variable  quality?   >
  98. 98. DuplicaCon   >  Which  one?   >
  99. 99. DuplicaCon  (2)   >  Which  one?   >
  100. 100. Search  is  about  people   >  Complex  content  usually  means  a  variety  of  users   and  user  needs   >
  101. 101. Including  internal  people   >
  102. 102. Handling  search  problems   >
  103. 103. The  Search  Master…   >  Monitors  the  analyCcs   >  Supports  key  user  journeys  with  best  bets   >  Handles  terminology  with  synonyms   >  Tunes  the  search  algorithm   >  Enhances  the  design  of  the  search   >
  104. 104. Successful  search  projects…   >  Undergo  conCnuous  improvement   >  Build  a  virtuous  circle  around  content  and   discovery   >  Ayend  closely  to  user  behaviour   >
  105. 105. Q&A  and  Closing  Remarks    Alister  Ca^ell  Sales  &  MarkePng  Manager,  Squiz  
  106. 106. Thanks  For  Joining  Us  This  A:ernoon  Please  follow  us  to  the  Divinity  School,  Bodleian   Library,  for  refreshments   There  will  be  a  signup  sheet  for  tours  of  Duke   Humprey’s  Library  (Hogwart’s)  

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