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Trove: More than a treasure? How finding information just became easier ALIA Conference, Brisbane Trove: More than a treasure? How finding information just became easier ALIA Conference, Brisbane 1 -3 September 2010 Rose Holley: Trove Manager Resource Sharing and Innovation National Library of Australia [email protected] gov. au

NLA Strategic Directions 2009 -2011 “We will explore new models for creating and sharing NLA Strategic Directions 2009 -2011 “We will explore new models for creating and sharing information and for collecting materials, including supporting the creation of knowledge by our users. “ “The changing expectations of users that they will not be passive receivers of information, but rather contributors and participants in information services. ” 2

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Content sources Australian Collaborative Services • ANBD – 1000 libraries • Pandora - websites Content sources Australian Collaborative Services • ANBD – 1000 libraries • Pandora - websites • ARO - Research • RAAM - Archives • Picture Australia • Australian Newspapers Open sources • Open Library (Internet Archive) • Hathi Trust • OAISTER Targets – websites • Amazon • Wikipedia 90 million items • Google Books/Videos • Flickr 4

Methods of data collection • • Libraries Galleries Museums Archives (Deep web hidden in Methods of data collection • • Libraries Galleries Museums Archives (Deep web hidden in collection databases…) • Open Archives Initiative (OAI) • Application Programmers Interface (API) • FTP/HTTP • Sitemaps 5

IT Development The ‘art of with’ Charles Leadbeater Not to people Not for people IT Development The ‘art of with’ Charles Leadbeater Not to people Not for people WITH PEOPLE (USERS) Public feedback drives the development: CRITICAL, RELEVANT, INTERESTING 6

Single search Restrict search browse groups/ zones 7 Single search Restrict search browse groups/ zones 7

groups/zones results Get item Refine/limit search results 8 groups/zones results Get item Refine/limit search results 8

Get options Grouping of versions 9 Get options Grouping of versions 9

Buy Add tag Add comment merge/split versions and works if incorrect 10 Buy Add tag Add comment merge/split versions and works if incorrect 10

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Context – Tools - Lists 21 Context – Tools - Lists 21

Burke and Wills List 22 Burke and Wills List 22

User generated content http: //trove. nla. gov. au/work/37255844 By Nomad Tales 23 User generated content http: //trove. nla. gov. au/work/37255844 By Nomad Tales 23

http: //trove. nla. gov. au/work/37288101 Flexigel 24 http: //trove. nla. gov. au/work/37288101 Flexigel 24

http: //trove. nla. gov. au/newspaper 25 http: //trove. nla. gov. au/newspaper 25

Search or browse – date, state, title 26 Search or browse – date, state, title 26

Limit Results 27 Limit Results 27

RSS feeds Show activity in results 28 RSS feeds Show activity in results 28

Interaction at article level 29 Interaction at article level 29

Fix text – power edit mode 30 Fix text – power edit mode 30

Show all corrections 31 Show all corrections 31

Hall of Fame Total of 17 million lines corrected July 2010 Hall of Fame Total of 17 million lines corrected July 2010

User profile Your settings and history 33 User profile Your settings and history 33

History History

User Forum 35 User Forum 35

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Trove activity in an average day August 2010: Searching peaks at 11, 000 per Trove activity in an average day August 2010: Searching peaks at 11, 000 per hour, text correction at 9, 000 lines per hour, average number of unique users per day is 10, 000.

students Librarians Family historians Recreational researchers students Librarians Family historians Recreational researchers

Important • • Connections Linkages Related Context Giving users • • Sharing Re-purposing Mashing Important • • Connections Linkages Related Context Giving users • • Sharing Re-purposing Mashing Adding • Access to resources • Tools to do stuff • Freedom and choices • Ways to work collaboratively together 39

Trove: Future developments 1. Updating content – existing contributors 2. Expanding content – new Trove: Future developments 1. Updating content – existing contributors 2. Expanding content – new contributors 3. Sharing content – API 4. Improving e-journal access and authentication 40

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Trove dependant on… Ø Collaboration across cultural heritage institutions (digitisation, storage, service delivery, crowdsourcing, Trove dependant on… Ø Collaboration across cultural heritage institutions (digitisation, storage, service delivery, crowdsourcing, standards). Ø Data sharing Ø Being ‘open’ e. g. OAI, API’s Ø Changing institutional strategic thinking from power/control to freedom Ø New ideas and revisiting old ideas 42

Freedom is actually a bigger game than power. Power is about what you can Freedom is actually a bigger game than power. Power is about what you can control. Freedom is about what you can unleash… Harriet Rubin Libraries need to think they are leading a mass movement, not just serving a clientele…. . [email protected] gov. au Charles Leadbeater