So You Have A Repository... What Next?

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  • Hello my name is David F. Flanders. I currently work at Birkbeck College, University of London. Most recently I have been working on behalf of The Bloomsbury Colleges consortium (which includes Birkbeck) on a series of JISC funded projects that produce innovate tools and solutions for Academia. Previously, I have worked with the British Library and other software development companies on technologies such as ‘Turning the Pages’ and other forward thinking digital library initiatives. This presentation will attempt to explain repositories, their applicability to Higher and Further Education and what must be done if repositories are to be a success in our modern information filled world (and all within XX minutes) By the end of the presentation I hope you will have a basic understanding of how a repository must grow and change in the next five years. Ideally, as a result of this presentation you get in touch with me to further discuss what services you might be able to innovate for your institutional repository. So without furt
  • So You Have A Repository... What Next?

    1. 1. So You Have a Repository …What Next? A framework for a successful repository [email_address]
    2. 2. What is a repository? <ul><li>A repository is digital shelving… </li></ul><ul><li>(with robot shelvers thrown in for free) </li></ul>SEARCH GET PUT How may I help you?
    3. 3. “ Repositories are not a success” success encouragement % participation %
    4. 4. What does a successful look like? Repository Library
    5. 5. What does a successful look like? Library Browse Search Help Manage Edit Share Manage
    6. 6. What does a successful repository look like? Service Service Service Service Service Service Service Repository
    7. 7. So how do we take the next step in repository development? Browse Search Manage Manage Share Edit Help Repository
    8. 8. Help / Edit Bloomsbury Archive Repository archive publish search help !
    9. 9. Help / Edit
    10. 10. Help / Edit Bloomsbury Archive Repository Google Docs Repository edit !
    11. 11. Help / Edit
    12. 12. Help / Edit Bloomsbury Archive Repository Google Docs Repository help edit !
    13. 13. Help / Edit
    14. 14. Help / Edit Bloomsbury Archive Repository Google Docs Repository edit publish help !
    15. 15. Help / Edit
    16. 16. Help / Edit Bloomsbury Archive Repository Google Docs Repository publish help edit version version
    17. 17. Help / Edit
    18. 18. So how do we take the next step in repository development? Browse Search Help Manage Edit Manage Share Repository
    19. 19. Share Blackboard CMS Fedora Archive Repository iTunesU uTube Flickr Jorum OSID Service IPR -> Desc -> AuthN/AuthZ -> etc
    20. 21. So how do we take the next step in repository development? Browse Search Help Manage Edit Manage Share Repository
    21. 22. What does a successful repository look like? Service Service Service Service Service Service Service ? Repository
    22. 23. Do you have a service worth innovating? Let’s have a chat  <ul><li>David F. Flanders </li></ul><ul><li>Project Manager (Technical Innovation): </li></ul><ul><li>Email: [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>Tel. +44 (0)7908262059 </li></ul><ul><li>Skype: david.flanders </li></ul><ul><li>Blog: dfflanders.wordpress.com </li></ul><ul><li>Twitter: dfflanders </li></ul>

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