Current	
  and	
  emerging	
  	
  
trends	
  for	
  Library	
  services	
  

Daniel Forsman
Stellenbosch Library Symposium...
Number	
  of	
  records	
  for	
  journal	
  ar1cles	
  for	
  nine	
  databases	
  1980–2007	
  (semi	
  logarithmic	
  s...
Vickery,	
  B	
  C.	
  Scien&fic	
  Communica&on	
  in	
  History.	
  Lanham,	
  Md:	
  Scarecrow	
  Press,	
  2000.	
  
Vickery,	
  B	
  C.	
  Scien&fic	
  Communica&on	
  in	
  History.	
  	
  
Lanham,	
  Md:	
  Scarecrow	
  Press,	
  2000.	
...
Millions of authors

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Selec1on	
  

Size	
  

Systems	
  

Scale	
  

Services	
  
Trust	
  

Usage	
  

Meta-­‐Data	
  

Collec1on	
  

...
Expenditure on print and electronic resources at Chalmers library 1992 - 2012
100%	
  
90%	
  
80%	
  
70%	
  
60%	
  
50%...
Circulation at Chalmers main library 2004 - 2012
40000	
  
35000	
  
30000	
  
25000	
  
20000	
  
15000	
  
10000	
  
500...
Visits	
  to	
  Chalmers	
  Library	
  
600000	
  

500000	
  

400000	
  
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Lindholmen	
  

300000	
  

HB	
  ...
Purchase	
  requests,	
  main	
  library	
  2003	
  -­‐	
  2012	
  
700	
  
600	
  
500	
  
400	
  
300	
  
200	
  
100	
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4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
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2001

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2003

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Books

2007

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Arti...
Searches	
  in	
  bibliographic	
  databases	
  2008	
  -­‐	
  2012	
  
800,000	
  
700,000	
  
600,000	
  
500,000	
  
40...
Fulltext	
  downloads	
  at	
  Chalmers	
  2008	
  -­‐	
  2012	
  
1,200,000	
  

1,000,000	
  

800,000	
  

600,000	
  
...
Most	
  used	
  bibliographic	
  databases	
  in	
  2008-­‐2012	
  
200,000	
  
180,000	
  
160,000	
  
140,000	
  
120,00...
Download	
  distribuGon	
  /	
  publisher,	
  2012	
  
12	
  publishers	
  represents	
  86%	
  of	
  downloads	
  
Number	
  of	
  e-­‐books	
  at	
  Chalmers	
  
160,000	
  

140,000	
  

151,266	
  

Last	
  count	
  20131113:	
  381	
...
“During	
  the	
  recession	
  there	
  was	
  a	
  reduc1on	
  in	
  cost	
  for	
  most	
  commodi1es	
  and	
  
goods—w...
30,000,000

25,000,000

20,000,000

15,000,000

10,000,000

5,000,000

0

Amount spent on information resources

Amount sp...
Chalmers holdings in national union catalog 2013-05-26

z,	
  205441	
  
zdig,	
  240073	
  

488	
  186	
  
za,	
  21873	...
Your	
  search	
  returned	
  333	
  887	
  836	
  results	
  
Easier	
  for	
  the	
  user	
  to	
  find	
  informa1on	
  through	
  gateway	
  sites	
  /	
  search	
  engines	
  but	
 ...
Library system information silos and latency mapped out
hTp://sierra.iii.com/	
  
As	
  a	
  service,	
  at	
  a	
  price	
  
Total	
  cost	
  of	
  (exit)	
  ownership	
  
Open	
  (linked)	
  data	
  
AP...
Agile	
  principles,	
  based	
  on	
  the	
  Agile	
  manifesto	
  OR	
  	
  
do	
  you	
  remember	
  the	
  librarian	
...
I	
  will	
  recognize	
  that	
  the	
  universe	
  of	
  
informa1on	
  culture	
  is	
  changing	
  fast	
  and	
  
tha...
h4p://www.sadhanbiswas.com/myblog/techsavvy/agile-­‐methodology/	
  
hTp://www.e-­‐cartouche.ch/content_reg/cartouche/ui_access/en/html/GUIDesign_UCD.html	
  
Who	
  are	
  the	
  people	
  we	
  are	
  designing	
  for?	
  What	
  is	
  the	
  acGvity	
  (or	
  acGviGes)	
  they	...
Think	
  Mobile	
  First	
  
yes,	
  even	
  for	
  library	
  systems	
  

Responsive	
  and/or	
  	
  AdapGve	
  
h4ps://blog.mozilla.org/ux/2012/06/whats-­‐the-­‐difference-­‐between-­‐ui-­‐and-­‐ux/	
  
Working	
  with	
  your	
  data	
  
PublicaGon	
  profiles	
  

hbp://publicaGons.lib.chalmers.se/rweb/	
  
VisualizaGons	
  

www.lib.chalmers.se/publicering/bibliometri-­‐och-­‐rankning/visualiseringar/	
  

Journals	
  cited	
 ...
Chalmers	
  co-­‐authoring	
  2011	
  –	
  2012	
  
hbp://chalmeriana.lib.chalmers.se/visuals/organizaGons/	
  
Scoped	
  search	
  services	
  
h4p://studentarbeten.chalmers.se	
  

Informa1on	
  om	
  7100+	
  student	
  theses,	
  ...
Current	
  	
  
Research	
  	
  
InformaGon	
  	
  
System	
  
Building	
  on	
  the	
  InsGtuGonal	
  repository	
  
Meta-­‐data	
  for	
  ongoing	
  research	
  projects	
  at	
  the	...
Research	
  Data	
  
Support	
  for	
  Data	
  cura1on	
  plans	
  
Storing	
  Meta-­‐data	
  for	
  data-­‐sets	
  
Stori...
From Knowledge in storage
to Knowledge in use
	
  
Current and emerging trends for library services, Stellenbosch Library Symposium 2013
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Current and emerging trends for library services, Stellenbosch Library Symposium 2013

  1. 1. Current  and  emerging     trends  for  Library  services   Daniel Forsman Stellenbosch Library Symposium 14th of November 2013  
  2. 2. Number  of  records  for  journal  ar1cles  for  nine  databases  1980–2007  (semi  logarithmic  scale)   Scientometrics.  2010  September;  84(3):  575–603.    
  3. 3. Vickery,  B  C.  Scien&fic  Communica&on  in  History.  Lanham,  Md:  Scarecrow  Press,  2000.  
  4. 4. Vickery,  B  C.  Scien&fic  Communica&on  in  History.     Lanham,  Md:  Scarecrow  Press,  2000.  
  5. 5. Millions of authors 1 0.1 1970 1980 1990 Year 2000 2010 Borrowed  from  Lars  Juhl  Jensen  -­‐  hTp://www.slideshare.net/larsjuhljensen/mining-­‐biomedical-­‐texts  
  6. 6. 50 Hours in a day 40 30 20 10 0 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Year Borrowed  from  Lars  Juhl  Jensen  -­‐  hTp://www.slideshare.net/larsjuhljensen/mining-­‐biomedical-­‐texts  
  7. 7. ~45  seconds  per  paper   Borrowed  from  Lars  Juhl  Jensen  -­‐  hTp://www.slideshare.net/larsjuhljensen/mining-­‐biomedical-­‐texts  
  8. 8. ?   Selec1on   Size   Systems   Scale   Services   Trust   Usage   Meta-­‐Data   Collec1on   Reliability   Sa1sfac1on   Knowledge   Users  
  9. 9. Expenditure on print and electronic resources at Chalmers library 1992 - 2012 100%   90%   80%   70%   60%   50%   40%   30%   20%   10%   0%   1992   1993   1994   1995   1996   1997   1998   1999   2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   Print Electronic
  10. 10. Circulation at Chalmers main library 2004 - 2012 40000   35000   30000   25000   20000   15000   10000   5000   0   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  
  11. 11. Visits  to  Chalmers  Library   600000   500000   400000   A-­‐bibl   Lindholmen   300000   HB   200000   100000   0   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  
  12. 12. Purchase  requests,  main  library  2003  -­‐  2012   700   600   500   400   300   200   100   0   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  
  13. 13. 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Books 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Articles ILL  requests  for  arGcles  and  books  at  Chalmers  library  2001  -­‐  2011  
  14. 14. Searches  in  bibliographic  databases  2008  -­‐  2012   800,000   700,000   600,000   500,000   400,000   300,000   200,000   100,000   0   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  
  15. 15. Fulltext  downloads  at  Chalmers  2008  -­‐  2012   1,200,000   1,000,000   800,000   600,000   400,000   200,000   0   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012  
  16. 16. Most  used  bibliographic  databases  in  2008-­‐2012   200,000   180,000   160,000   140,000   120,000   2008   100,000   2009   80,000   2010   60,000   2011   40,000   2012   20,000   0   7  databases  represents  97%  of  total  searches  in  2012    
  17. 17. Download  distribuGon  /  publisher,  2012   12  publishers  represents  86%  of  downloads  
  18. 18. Number  of  e-­‐books  at  Chalmers   160,000   140,000   151,266   Last  count  20131113:  381  450     132,220   120,000   102,958   100,000   87,464   80,000   63,164   60,000   54,993   45,436   40,000   20,000   0   Jan  2007   Jan  2008   Jan  2009   Jan  2010   Jan  2011   Jan  2012   Jan  2013  
  19. 19. “During  the  recession  there  was  a  reduc1on  in  cost  for  most  commodi1es  and   goods—with  the  Consumer  Price  Index  (CPI)  dropping  in  2009  and  only   increasing  1.6  percent  in  2010.  During  that  same  period,  serials  prices  con1nued   to  rise  at  well  above  the  CPI  (four  to  five  percent),  and,  against  the  backdrop  of   decreased  funding  for  libraries,  price  increases  are  very  hard  to  sustain.  Libraries   do  not  have  the  resources  to  con1nue  to  exist  in  a  world  of  ever-­‐increasing   prices,  nor  can  publishers  exist  in  world  of  no  revenue  increases.”   Periodicals  Price  Survey  2011:  Under  Pressure,  Times  Are  Changing      
  20. 20. 30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000 15,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 0 Amount spent on information resources Amount spent on information resources at Chalmers Library 1997 - 2011
  21. 21. Chalmers holdings in national union catalog 2013-05-26 z,  205441   zdig,  240073   488  186   za,  21873   zl,  20799  
  22. 22. Your  search  returned  333  887  836  results  
  23. 23. Easier  for  the  user  to  find  informa1on  through  gateway  sites  /  search  engines  but  the  back-­‐end   Is  a  mess  of  systems  and  data  streams  that  demands  knowledge  of  the  eco-­‐system  and     thought  through  workflows.   WorldCat   Driver   LIBRIS   BIBSAM   SwePub   Chans   CPL   Summon   SFX   CMS   EzProxy   360  Core   Verde  
  24. 24. Library system information silos and latency mapped out
  25. 25. hTp://sierra.iii.com/  
  26. 26. As  a  service,  at  a  price   Total  cost  of  (exit)  ownership   Open  (linked)  data   APIs  (what  to  integrate  and  where)   LocalizaGon  in  a  centralized  world   Focus  on  your  unique  data  
  27. 27. Agile  principles,  based  on  the  Agile  manifesto  OR     do  you  remember  the  librarian  2.0  manifesto?     •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Customer  sa1sfac1on  by  rapid,  con1nuous  delivery  of  useful  sokware   Working  sokware  is  delivered  frequently  (weeks  rather  than  months)   Working  sokware  is  the  principal  measure  of  progress   Even  late  changes  in  requirements  are  welcomed   Close,  daily,  coopera1on  between  business  people  and  developers   Face-­‐to-­‐face  conversa1on  is  the  best  form  of  communica1on   Projects  are  built  around  mo1vated  individuals,  who  should  be  trusted   Con1nuous  aTen1on  to  technical  excellence  and  good  design   Simplicity   Self-­‐organizing  teams   Regular  adapta1on  to  changing  circumstances  
  28. 28. I  will  recognize  that  the  universe  of   informa1on  culture  is  changing  fast  and   that  libraries  need  to  respond  posi1vely   to  these  changes  to  provide  resources   and  services  that  users  need  and  want  
  29. 29. h4p://www.sadhanbiswas.com/myblog/techsavvy/agile-­‐methodology/  
  30. 30. hTp://www.e-­‐cartouche.ch/content_reg/cartouche/ui_access/en/html/GUIDesign_UCD.html  
  31. 31. Who  are  the  people  we  are  designing  for?  What  is  the  acGvity  (or  acGviGes)  they  are   trying  to  do?  And  what  are  the  contexts  in  which  they  are  trying  to  operate?     hTp://www.poetpainter.com/thoughts/ar1cle/ia-­‐summit-­‐2009-­‐the-­‐fundamentals-­‐of-­‐experience-­‐design-­‐  
  32. 32. Think  Mobile  First   yes,  even  for  library  systems   Responsive  and/or    AdapGve  
  33. 33. h4ps://blog.mozilla.org/ux/2012/06/whats-­‐the-­‐difference-­‐between-­‐ui-­‐and-­‐ux/  
  34. 34. Working  with  your  data  
  35. 35. PublicaGon  profiles   hbp://publicaGons.lib.chalmers.se/rweb/  
  36. 36. VisualizaGons   www.lib.chalmers.se/publicering/bibliometri-­‐och-­‐rankning/visualiseringar/   Journals  cited  by  Chalmers   The  geography  of  Chalmers  
  37. 37. Chalmers  co-­‐authoring  2011  –  2012   hbp://chalmeriana.lib.chalmers.se/visuals/organizaGons/  
  38. 38. Scoped  search  services   h4p://studentarbeten.chalmers.se   Informa1on  om  7100+  student  theses,  many  available  in  full  text     Librarians  understand  scien1fic  communica1on     Librarians  understand,  can  communicate  and  analyze  publica1on,   person  and  organiza1onal  data.  Combine  with  a  method  for  understanding   User  needs  and  you  can  communicate  targeted  search  services  in  a  proper  context  
  39. 39. Current     Research     InformaGon     System  
  40. 40. Building  on  the  InsGtuGonal  repository   Meta-­‐data  for  ongoing  research  projects  at  the  university     Who?   What?   Funding?   Status?   Results  (publica1ons)?     Interna1onal  ::  Na1onal  ::  Local   EuroCris  ::  SweCris  ::  Chalmers  Cris  and  publica1on  database  
  41. 41. Research  Data   Support  for  Data  cura1on  plans   Storing  Meta-­‐data  for  data-­‐sets   Storing  some  data-­‐sets     Demand  for  Open  Data  following   the  demand  for  Open  Access  
  42. 42. From Knowledge in storage to Knowledge in use  

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