Скачать презентацию Guidelines For The Future Sharing Best Practice For Скачать презентацию Guidelines For The Future Sharing Best Practice For

67e4523c8218d76c69d0d55555417732.ppt

  • Количество слайдов: 19

Guidelines For The Future Sharing Best Practice For National Bibliographies In The Digital Era Guidelines For The Future Sharing Best Practice For National Bibliographies In The Digital Era Neil Wilson Information Coordinator IFLA Bibliography Section 1

The IFLA Section on Bibliography Key Areas of Interest • The content, arrangement, production, The IFLA Section on Bibliography Key Areas of Interest • The content, arrangement, production, dissemination & preservation of bibliographic information - especially national bibliographic services • Promotion of the importance of the discipline of bibliography to: • • • Library professionals & publishers Distributors & retailers Users 2

A Changing Bibliographic Environment… New Users Bibliographic data has been given greater value by A Changing Bibliographic Environment… New Users Bibliographic data has been given greater value by new technologies assisting its reuse e. g. : • Research via citation management software • ‘Mashups’ of data from multiple sources including libraries • Data Mining of large datasets, e. g. to identify publication trends 3

A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Evolving Library Requirements § Libraries operating in a global market A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Evolving Library Requirements § Libraries operating in a global market require metadata for a wider range of resources than ever New commercial suppliers offer coverage of nonbook resources with rich supporting information Printed works + e-books, chapters, articles etc. § Depth of description § Evolving Market Requirement § Multimedia (video, audio, software games etc. ) § Additional content (contents, reviews, book jacket images etc. ) Traditional Library Coverage § § § Core descriptive information Authors, titles, ISBN, subjects etc. Printed books, serials etc. Range of resources requiring description 4 4

A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Free Metadata Sharing Services New non-library based services are emerging A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Free Metadata Sharing Services New non-library based services are emerging based on freely shareable metadata § The Open Library Project: Aggregates metadata from libraries, publishers & book reviewers in a free Wiki database of 24 million books § Biblios. net: the largest repository of freely licensed bibliographic metadata § Library. Thing: Allows users to catalogue books online using metadata from 700 sources. 5

A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Linked Data Potential benefits to libraries: § Improved web integration A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Linked Data Potential benefits to libraries: § Improved web integration of resources increasing visibility & reaching new users § An open global pool of reusable data for libraries to add unique value § New leadership opportunities due to library persistence, stability & authority 6

A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Library Sector Relevance Declining? “I did my Ph. D with A Changing Bibliographic Environment… Library Sector Relevance Declining? “I did my Ph. D with only 12 visits to a library. That was 5 years ago; things have improved since then, now you don’t need to use a library at all!” Increasing? “The release of library data offers the opportunity for it to be used in ways un-thought of by the library & information community…” 7

Guidance? In an era of disruptive change libraries need open access to bibliographic best Guidance? In an era of disruptive change libraries need open access to bibliographic best practice on: • Service development, delivery & lifecycle • Resource description & standards • Business models & administration • User support And much more… 8

National Bibliographies in the Digital Age: Guidance & New Directions (2009) “The changes brought National Bibliographies in the Digital Age: Guidance & New Directions (2009) “The changes brought about by the World Wide Web & the explosion of electronic media have called into question many of the assumptions on which national bibliographies have been founded…” 9

Guidelines for National Bibliographies in the Electronic Age (2010 -) “Considering that the environment Guidelines for National Bibliographies in the Electronic Age (2010 -) “Considering that the environment is evolving fast, this document is expected to be revised periodically … to reflect the changes “ Libraries now require a more flexible, open, & dynamic solution than traditional printed text 10

2012 Guidelines Proposal • Create a new web resource describing best practice • Organise 2012 Guidelines Proposal • Create a new web resource describing best practice • Organise by theme • Provide links to back up sources to ensure continuing relevance & currency • Supplement with real world examples when possible 11

Proposed Themes 1 Context Site Home Page • Purpose, scope, intended audience etc. The Proposed Themes 1 Context Site Home Page • Purpose, scope, intended audience etc. The Value of National Bibliographies • The mission of the national bibliography • Users & stakeholders • International recommendations • The changing operational context 12

Proposed Themes 2 Organisation & Administration Organisation • Responsibilities of a national bibliographic agency Proposed Themes 2 Organisation & Administration Organisation • Responsibilities of a national bibliographic agency • Legal deposit legislation • National bibliographic control • Cooperative options for data creation Administration • Resource issues & business models • Measuring the effectiveness of the national bibliography • Service lifecycle • Intellectual property & rights issues 13

Proposed Themes 3 Scope, Selection & Standards Scoping & Selection • General selection criteria Proposed Themes 3 Scope, Selection & Standards Scoping & Selection • General selection criteria • Resource format • Exclusions policies Resource Description & Standards • Bibliographic control principles • Bibliographic content standards • Identifiers • Metadata formats • Character encoding standards • Semantic web standards 14

Proposed Themes 4 Delivery Service Delivery • Global context of national services • Common Proposed Themes 4 Delivery Service Delivery • Global context of national services • Common requirements e. g. currency • Management & dissemination of changes to metadata • Delivery options e. g. online, linked data, PDF etc • User support 15

Proposed Timeline 1 At IFLA 2012 SC meetings: • Discuss Conference outcomes • Agree Proposed Timeline 1 At IFLA 2012 SC meetings: • Discuss Conference outcomes • Agree final WG membership & methodology Autumn 2012 – Summer 2013 • Allocate work for site sections & identify expert contributions • Create site structure & begin to populate it • Create text with external links • Offer sample pages for feedback 16

Proposed Timeline 2 At IFLA 2013 SC meetings: • Discuss progress & feedback received Proposed Timeline 2 At IFLA 2013 SC meetings: • Discuss progress & feedback received • Finalise next steps Autumn 2013 – Spring 2014 • Allocate further work for site sections & invite expert contributions • Create further text with external links • Offer pages for feedback 17

Communications • Development – via SC Wiki & expert contribution • Announcements - on Communications • Development – via SC Wiki & expert contribution • Announcements - on blog & mailing lists • Use cases - link to ‘National Bibliographic Register’ • User feedback – on sample pages 18

The IFLA Section on Bibliography Further Information • Web site: http: //www. ifla. org/en/bibliography The IFLA Section on Bibliography Further Information • Web site: http: //www. ifla. org/en/bibliography • Blog: http: //blogs. ifla. org/bibliography/ 19