Jenny Walker: Advancing Discovery Services: The NISO Open

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Ebooks: Describe and Identify,
Search and Discover, Comply and
Use
The Changing Standards Landscape
E-Books: Describe and Identify, Search and Discover, Comply and EBooks: Describe and Identify, Search and Discover, Comply and Use
Advancing Discovery Services for Libraries
Jenny Walker
April 2012
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A View from the South
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Africa is a huge continent
http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/2010/the-true-size-of-africa/
• This volume, authored by leading
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Library Discovery Service players
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EBSCO EDS
Ex Libris Primo
SerialsSolutions Summon
OCLC Worldcat Local
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“Libraries with significant investments in
electronic content—which includes
almost any academic library—are likely
to be in the market for a discovery
service if they do not already have one.”
Marshall Breeding, Automation Marketplace 2012: Agents of Change
http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2012/03/ils/automation-marketplace-2012agents-of-change/#discovery
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Some libraries
report tripling
of usage of
their resources
Huddersfield: Impact of a Discovery Service
COUNTER full text downloads
2011/12
predicted
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“Usage of one French e-resource in 1st
trimester of 2012 is higher than usage in all
of 2011 at UPEC.”
Huddersfield: Impact of a Discovery Service
COUNTER full text downloads
content is
not indexed
2011/12
predicted
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The Library Perspective
1. Access via discovery service to
their content
2. How to evaluate?
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Some Key Areas for Publishers
1. Expose content widely
2. Trust
3. “Fair” Linking
4. Usage reporting
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http://info.nfais.org/info/codedraftintroduction.pdf
Need healthy ecosystem
among discovery service
providers, libraries and
content providers
OPEN DISCOVERY
INITIATIVE
ODI Pre-History
• June 26, 2011: Exploratory meeting @
ALA Annual
• Aug 7, 2011: Proposal drafted by
participants submitted to NISO
• Aug 2011: Proposal accepted by D2D
• Vote of approval by NISO membership
• Oct 2011: ODI launched
• Feb 2012: ODI Workgroup Formed
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ODI Organization
• Reports in NISO through Document to
Delivery topic committee (D2D)
• Staff support from NISO through Nettie
Lagace
• Co-Chairs
• Jenny Walker (Ex Libris)
• Marshall Breeding (Library Consultant)
• D2D Observers: Jeff Penka (OCLC)
Lucy Harrison (CCLA)
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Balance of Constituents
Libraries
Marshall Breeding, Library Consultant
Jamene Brooks-Kieffer, Kansas State
University
Laura Morse, Harvard University
Ken Varnum, University of Michigan
Anya Arnold, Orbis Cascade Alliance
Sara Brownmiller, University of Oregon
Lucy Harrison, College Center for Library
Automation (D2D liaison/observer)
Publishers
Lettie Conrad, SAGE Publications
Roger Schonfeld, ITHAKA
Jeff Lang, Thomson Reuters
Linda Beebe, American Psychological Ass
Aaron Wood, Alexander Street Press
Service Providers
Jenny Walker, Ex Libris Group
John Law, Serials Solutions
Michael Gorrell, EBSCO Information
Services
David Lindahl, University of Rochester (XC)
Jeff Penka, OCLC (D2D liaison/observer)
ODI Project goals
• Identify stakeholders’ needs &
requirements
• Create recommendations & tools to
streamline process
• Provide effective means of assessment
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Subgroups for Information Gathering
• Data format & transfer
• Communicating content rights
• Levels of indexing, content
availability
• Fair linking to content
• Usage statistics
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Specific deliverables
• Standard vocabulary
• NISO Recommended Practice for
the identified areas
• Mechanisms to evaluate
compliance
• Spread of the information
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Timeline
Milestone
Target
Date
Appointment of working group
December
2011
Approval of charge and initial work
plan
March 2012
Initial information gathering and
agreement on process and tools
June 2012
Completion of information gathering
October 2012
Completion of initial draft
January 2013
Completion of final draft
May 2013
Status
Connect with ODI
• Project website:
http://www.niso.org/workrooms/odi/
• Interest group mailing list:
http://www.niso.org/lists/opendiscovery/
• Email ODI:
[email protected]
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Thank You!
NISO - #627
Ex Libris #512
[email protected]
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