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Cloud lms

  1. 1. Checking Out the Cloud: How to Evaluate Cloud-based Integrated Library SystemsOklahoma Library Association Annual Conference April 4, 2013 presented by Anne Prestamo Oklahoma State University - Stillwater
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  3. 3. Agenda • Terminology • Major Players• What’s different about cloud based systems? • Migration Preparation
  4. 4. What are we really talking about?• Discovery Layer – An alternative interface/search engine to a library’s OPAC, although some do search digital content as well• Web-scale Discovery Service – An alternative interface/search engine that simultaneously searches BIB records, journal articles, digital content – Major differentiator is central index, although some also use Z39.50• Library Management System (aka ILS) – Total replacement for locally installed system
  5. 5. Discovery Layer Serials Solutions BiblioCommons Innovative Interfaces Acquired by Oracle (Oct. 2011) index.html Open Source Open Source
  6. 6. Web-scale Discovery Service Innovative Interfaces OU, OBU (require authentication) tion/ **Must distinguish between Primo and Primo+PrimoCentral** Serials Solutions
  7. 7. Library Management System Serials Solutions In Development – OSU is dev partner Serials Solutions Serials Solutions Innovative Interfaces=================================================================== Open Source Open Source Services/LYRASIS-Digital-Content-Creation- bin/koha/ and-Management/Evergreen-ILS.aspx
  8. 8. What’s different than your current ILS?• No local server(s)• No up-front license or hardware costs – Annual subscription pricing• Upgrades/patches applied centrally with little or no downtime• Back-end (ACQ, CAT, CIRC) is de-coupled from public interface – possible to mix and match• Heavy emphasis on e-resource management• Central depository of shared records (print and e)
  9. 9. Preparing to migrate• Clean up your records!• Identify all sources of records/data regarding e-resources and local digital collections• Ask lots of questions about what can be migrated/imported and how• How will authentication be handled?• Possibilities for exchange of data between ILS and finance system• Focus on workflow change from the get-go
  10. 10. WorldCatLocal with Alma• Oregon Health and Science University. (Portland, Oregon) [web site ] [online catalog] [Alma]• Pacific University. (Forest Grove, Oregon) [web site] [online catalog] [Alma]• Portland Community College. (Portland, Oregon) [web site ] [Alma]• University of Oregon. (Eugene, Oregon) [web site] [online catalog] [Alma]• University of Washington. (Seattle, Washington) [web site ] [online catalog] [Alma]
  11. 11. Summon with WorldShare• Bucknell University. Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library. ( Lewisburg, Pennsylvania United States) [web site ] [online catalog] [WorldShare Management Services] +• Franklin Pierce University. Frank S. DiPietro Library. ( Rindge, New Hampshire United States) [web site ] [online catalog] [WorldShare Management Services] +
  12. 12. Resources• Library Technology Reports –• Automation Marketplace – – 2013 - to-innovate/• Thoughts from Carl Grant – series on new systems – service.html• Orbis Cascade RFP for a Shared Library Management Service – action/rfp_sils/rfp_shared_library_management_service_final.pdf
  13. 13. For more information• Sarah Simpson - – Tulsa City County Libraries • BiblioCommons• Tiffany Benson - - Univ of Tulsa • Encore• Habib Tabatabai – - Univ of Central Oklahoma • PrimoCentral• David Corbly - – Univ of Oklahoma • EBSCO Discovery Service• Anne Prestamo – - Oklahoma State Univ • Aquabrowser -- Summon -- Intota
  14. 14. Questions? Anne PrestamoAssociate Dean for Collection and Technology Services Oklahoma State University – Stillwater 405-744-9755