Reuniao OCLC no CBBD 2013

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Apresentacao de Lucia Shelton com a participacao das bibliotecarias Isabel da UniRio e Liliane da UFSC no CBBD 2013 em Florianopolis-Brasil

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  • And, here is the OCLC Board of Trustees.Here is a breakdown of the trustees by profession.From librarianship we have:Larry Alford Maggie Farrell Tony Ferguson Kathleen ImhoffBarbara Lison Jim NealLoretta Parham Brian SchottlaenderSandy YeeJennifer YoungerFrom outside librarianship we have:Ed Barry (publishing) Bernadette Gray-Little (higher ed) John Patrick (IT) Cindy Hilsheimer (HR) David Roselle (higher ed) and Jay Jordan, President and CEO.CLICK TO BOARD CHAIR, SANDY YEE
  • Newly elected are:Debbie SchacterGwen EbbettMadeleine Lefebvre
  • Everybody can participate
  • It took the OCLC cooperative almost 34 years, from August 26, 1971 to August 11, 2005 to put 1 billion holding symbols in WorldCat.It has taken only 7 years and 8 months to add the next billion symbols. The fiscal year that I arrived at OCLC, in May 1998, libraries cataloged 22.4 million items online, and they added 14.7 million records via batchload. In fiscal 2012, libraries cataloged 30.9 million items online, and they added 393 million records via batchload. The dramatic and steady increase in batchloading is due to three big things. First, OCLC has made a series of technological advances in how we process records and holdings. Second, new services such as WMS, require batch updates of library collections. Third, and equally important, we have made a concerted effort to partner with national libraries, library agencies and other large groups. This has resulted in the loading of national bibliographies and other important collections. These three things have combined to help WorldCat grow in both records and holdings.CLICK TO GROWTH CHART
  • Your library’s data out on the open web. Less than 1% of users start their quest for information on the open web, put library data where the users go, deep linking – bring the user back to the library web siteRepresenting 72,000 libraries worldwide bring that leverage to our work with Google – Google Book, the Google search engine, Yahoo! Search and BingGood Reads, (Amazon) a competitor……..
  • OCLC is committed to supporting OCLC members who wish to implement RDA in their libraries but will not require that all libraries adopt RDA.”WorldCat has been a hybrid database, containing hybrid records, from almost the beginning. Training resources:Library of Congress materials and webcastsRDA Toolkit useALCTS RDA webinarsOCLC Training Portal (OCLC and Training Partners)National, Regional and State library associations
  • OCLC is committed to supporting OCLC members who wish to implement RDA in their libraries but will not require that all libraries adopt RDA.”WorldCat has been a hybrid database, containing hybrid records, from almost the beginning. Training resources:Library of Congress materials and webcastsRDA Toolkit useALCTS RDA webinarsOCLC Training Portal (OCLC and Training Partners)National, Regional and State library associations
  • With WorldCat Local, we are creating a compelling user environment that enables a library or group of libraries to customize as a solution for local discovery and delivery services. It provides a single interface to collections. It interoperates with locally maintained services such as circulation, resource sharing and resolution to full text to create an integrated experience for library users. There are now over 1,100 libraries registered for WorldCat Local.CLICK TO WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY
  • You want the fastest possible access to the licensed content and eBooks for your users. The central index, together with partnerships with leading publishers and content aggregators help accomplish this.Currently there are more than 1,778 databases represented in WorldCat Local with coverage of at least 75% of their indexed titles. By working directly with publishers and aggregators to get direct data feeds OCLC continues to increase that coverage to 100% for more and more databases. We already have agreements with CLICK EBSCO, Gale, LexisNexis, Wilson, JSTOR, RMIT in Australia.CLICK: as well as universities such as Harvard and Berkley and societies such as the Modern Language Association and we continue to add content from other providers every month.For eBooks, We currently have more than 14 million e-book records in WorldCat. These have come from -- aggregator partners like NetLibrary, eBrary and MyiLibrary, -- mass digitization partners like Google and Hathi Trust -- and publisher partners CLICK like Springer, Elsevier, Wiley, IEEE and others—Many with FULL TEXTWe also include e-books in the WorldCat knowledge base to insure users get links to the appropriate copy for the library. New partner – Library ideas - FreadingWe also include e-books in the WorldCat knowledge base to insure users get links to the appropriate copy for the library.
  • OCLC has assembled the largest eBook catalog in the industry with over 14M titles registered in WC.WC and the KB are now starting to talk with each other to ensure synchronization between the bib records in WC and the access points to content through KB. Allows us to set holdings in WC through the KB. Some partners sending us holdings data to set holdings automatically on behalf of libraries.Key partners: EBSCO Ingram Ebook Library ebraryFor Overdrive . We have records in WC for titles actually sold to OCLC member libraries. We do not yet have an agreement to represent Overdrive’s complete inventory in the KB. In the interim, we are working on a project to “retrofit” data into the KB based on holdings set in WC. CLICK TO FAMILY SEARCH
  • OCLC and Gale have agreed to make all Gale databases and archives fully discoverable through WorldCat.In addition, Gale and OCLC will identify metadata that could be made discoverable to any user through OCLC WorldShare Platform applications, making it possible for libraries to better manage these resources—from selection and acquisition, to circulation and access.
  • Web crawlers- On June 20, we took a significant step in the world of linked data. As you may know, is a collaboration among Bing, Google, Yahoo!, and Yandex, the Russian search engine. It is an agreed-upon system model for efficient harvesting of structured data from the Web. I am pleased to report that OCLC is now adding linked data to WorldCat by appending descriptive mark-up to pages. This is general commercial vocabulary, rather than library standards. Anybody on the Web can interrogate WorldCat data…it’s designed for machines, not humans.CLICK TO LINKED DATA EXAMPLE
  • API- info back and forth on the WebLinked Data – Allows computer programs easily identify and reuse data by using http, html and URI
  • Dados ligadostriplo: Ex. Sujeito: Macunaima – Relacionamento: atorque fez papel do personagem no cinema – Objeto: Grande Otelo
  • Instead of having static pages. Programs talk to each other using triples rather than using complex installed programs to allow this.
  • 3- usaosmetadadoscomoblocosonde dados isoladospodem ser reutilizados via URIs.
  • Converting that bibliographic metadata into linked data.
  • Ontology such as provided by is needed for linked data. That’s why OCLC is making available WC records through Schema to allow this.
  • WorldShare Management Services and the WorldShare Platform are real.  The services you see on the screen are up and running. (Acquisitions, circulation, knowledge base, license manager, discovery, developer network and platform).  They provide a Web-based environment that streamlines these services. WorldShare takes us into a new realm of library cooperation.CLICK TO WORLDSHARE TOMORROW 
  • Within the WorldShare Management Services interface, the new Metadata application will live right next to Acquisitions, Licenses, Circulation, and Interlibrary Loan. On the left, you can see the Metadata functionality including Manage Records, Manage Collections, and access to My Apps that we created via the WorldShare Platform. This interface provides a single integrated set of management services for libraries to improve visibility and efficiency, including services from OCLC, partners and libraries.CLICK TO COLLECTION MANAGER
  • Migration to the new WorldShare ILL service for U.S. libraries started in March. Libraries outside the U.S. can start migrating in June.WorldShare Interlibrary Loan will replace WorldCat Resource Sharing in 2013 as part of libraries’ existing subscriptions. It will integrate discovery and delivery of electronic, digital and print materials within a single interface. It will also support evolving workflow changes such as purchasing needed items instead of borrowing them. You can migrate your library at your own pace. I have been asked to remind ILLiad users that they will not be affected by the migration…it will be business as usual. For the rest of the OCLC interlibrary loan community, however, it is time to start thinking about migration. The migration period will end on December 31, when OCLC decommissions WorldCat Resource Sharing. You can see more details about the migration at the WorldShare ILL web site (on screen).CLICK TO WORLDSHARE ANALYTICS
  • Next month, we are going to release the WorldShare Analytics Collection Evaluation tool. It will replace the existing WorldCat Collection Analysis (WCA)service, which will be decommissioned by October 2013.You can see some of the capabilities on the screen.It provides aggregated, sharable data along with analysis tools.It will let you leverage cooperative information for better decision making. NOTE: this service will be provided at additional cost.CLICK TO ANALYTICS SCREENSHOT
  • Our WorldShare Management Services community continues to grow. As of this month, more than 170 libraries worldwide have committed to WorldShare Management Services.CLICK TO 100th INSTALLATION
  • There is an African proverb that states: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
  • Reuniao OCLC no CBBD 2013

    1. 1. XXV CBBD- Florianópolis-SC-Brasil- 09 julho 2013. Daniel Boivin Diretor Executivo OCLC Canadá, América Latina e Caribe Bruce Crocco Vice-presidente OCLC para as Américas Lucia Shelton Gerente Regional OCLC América Latina e Caribe Reunião OCLC
    2. 2. Propósito Público: Ampliar o acesso à informação mundial enquanto reduzindo o índice de aumento dos custos para as bibliotecas 72.035 bibliotecas em 170 países A cooperativa OCLC: Uma organização baseada em membresia
    3. 3. O Conselho de Administração da OCLC: 2013 Bibliotecários • Larry Alford • Maggie Farrell • Tony Ferguson • Kathleen Imhoff • Barbara Lison • Jim Neal • Loretta Parham • Brian Schottlaender • Sandy Yee • Jennifer Younger Não Bibliotecários • Ed Barry (editorial) • Bernadette Gray-Little (universidade) • John Patrick (TI) • Cindy Hilsheimer (RH) • David Roselle (universidade)
    4. 4. Conselho Global da OCLC- 2011-2012 Formado de bibliotecários de bibliotecas membros da OCLC
    5. 5. Conselhos Regionais Asia Pacífico 3 Septembro 2012 Kuala Lumpur Américas 25 Janeiro 2013 Seattle EMEA 28 Fevereiro 2013 Strasbourg (Formado de bibliotecários de bibliotecas membros da OCLC)
    6. 6. • Anteriormente liderou organizações multinacionais atendendo às bibliotecas: – Presidente e CEO de Ingram Content Group Inc. – Presidente e CEO de ProQuest Information and Learning – Vice Presidente , LexisNexis • Assumiu o cargo de Presidente e CEO em 1º de julho 2013. Skip Prichard Novo Presidente e CEO
    7. 7. O crescimento do WorldCat desde 1998 39 41 44 47 50 52 55 61 67 86 108 139 197 236 274 291 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Em milhões de registros Abril 2013 Fiscal year
    8. 8. Thompson Library Ohio State University Primeiro registro no WorldCat 26 agosto 1971
    9. 9. 2Bilhões Existências 4 Maio 2013 1Bilhão Existências 11 Agosto 2005 WorldCat lançado em 26 Agosto 1971 299 milhões de registros
    10. 10. (Distribuição de dados)
    11. 11. Visitantes ao – América Latina Junho 2012 - Maio 2013 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 Total Visitas – 3.8M
    12. 12. Total cliques para website da Biblioteca na América Latina Junho 2012 - Maio 2013 Total – 497,649 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 Series4 Series5
    13. 13. Total Existências no WorldCat – Bibliotecas na América Latina Junho 2013 - 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 Series1 Total – 7.5 M
    14. 14. • Novos Membros: – Universidad del Valle (México) – Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador – Universidad San Gregorio de Portoviejo (Equador) – Universidad del Quindio (Colombia) • CONTENTdm: – Bermuda National Library – Upgrade para ilimitado – Museo de Arte de Ponce (Porto Rico) • QuestionPoint (referência virtual): – Univ. Talca (Chile) – Laureate Universities (9 universidades no México, Costa Rica, Peru, Equador, Chile) Atualizações- América Latina e Caribe
    15. 15. • EZProxy crescendo rapidamente na América Latina e Caribe: – Rede Nacional de Ensino (Capes-Brasil) adquiriu 300 licenças Ezproxy – Vendido em quase todos os países da América Latina e Caribe • Serviço de Descoberta WorldCat Local: – Univ. Federal Santa Catarina – Brasil – Universidad de Puerto Rico - Recinto de Rio Piedras Atualizações- América Latina e Caribe
    16. 16. Ferramenta de descoberta e de entrega de documento Indice Central Seu Sistema WorldCat com existências Conteúdo licenciado da OCLC Conteúdo licenciado com outros provedores Bases de dados Externas Bases de dados Externas Indices Externos (metabusca) WorldCat Local
    17. 17. Mais formatos Coleções Digitais Impresso Conteúdo Eletronico e eBooks Meta: Acesso mais rápido com um único grupo de resultados Como: Parceria com editoras e provedores de conteúdo Status: Mais de1700 bases de dados mais de14 milhões de eBooks
    18. 18. Destaque de conteúdo: e-books Maior catálogo de e-books na indústria • 14.5 milhões e-books • WorldCat/Base de Conhecimento WorldCat trabalhando juntos • Também: 234M livros, 4M capítulos • Parceiros-chave de e-book
    19. 19. • Gale Virtual Reference Library • InContext Gale e OCLC
    20. 20. Linked Data (Dados Ligados) URI Uniform Resource Identifier
    21. 21. Linked Data (Dados Ligados) Os principios de dados ligados (linked data) • Qualquer conceito pode agora ter um nome (URI) na Web. • Estas URIs retornam informações importantes em formato padrão • Estas informações incluem relacionamentos explícitos com outras coisas com URIs. • Dados ligados triplo: sujeito – relacionamento - objeto
    22. 22. Linked Data (Dados Ligados)
    23. 23. Linked Data (Dados Ligados)
    24. 24. Linked Data (Dados Ligados)
    25. 25. Google Knowledge Graph- Dados Ligados
    26. 26. Google Knowledge Graph- Dados Ligados
    27. 27. Linked Data (Dados Ligados) Por que Dados Ligados seria importante para as bibliotecas? 1- As pessoas podem encontrar os recursos da biblioteca na Web mais facilmente 2- Mais aplicativos criativos baseados nos metadados das bibliotecas (ex. VIAF) 3- Oportunidades para eficiência na catalogação e inovação Imagine cada campo do registro MARC como um bloco do jogo Lego que pode ser conectado com outros blocos de outros registros e assim criar possibilidades ilimitadas de relacionamento .
    28. 28. Bibliotecas usando Dados Ligados (Linked Data)
    29. 29. WorldCat e Dados Ligados Mais sobre Linked Data:
    30. 30. Serviços Integrados WorldShare de Gerenciamento de Biblioteca Aquisições Circulação Base de Conhecimento Gerenciador de Licenças Rede Desenvolvedores Descoberta Metadados Analíticos Oferece um único grupo de serviços integrados de gerenciamento para bibliotecas para melhorar a visibilidade e eficiência
    31. 31. Oferece um único grupo de serviços integrado s de gerenciamento para bibliotecas para melhorar a visibilidade e eficiência, incluindo os serviços da OCLC, parceiros e bibliotecas.
    32. 32. Nov. 2013: Final novos pedidos no OCLC ILL Dez. 2013: Final do acesso ao OCLC ILL WorldShare ILL: Migração programada Março-Dez. 2013 Aberta migração Junho-Set. 2013 Migração fora dos EUA
    33. 33. • Acesso de sua coleção quase em tempo real • Acesso a suas comparações recentemente criadas dentro de 24 horas • Dados em nível de títulos entregues em FTP via exportação em um clique • Opções de filtro • Filtros de circulação WorldShare Analítico- avaliação de coleções
    34. 34. Serviços de Administração WorldShare A comunidade (ao redor do mundo)
    35. 35. University of Aruba
    36. 36. Relatórios Novos da OCLC
    37. 37. Relatórios Novos da OCLC
    38. 38. Links úteis Membresia OCLC: WorldCat: WorldCat Local: WorldShare:
    39. 39. os benefícios de ser parte de uma Cooperativa de bibliotecas de propriedade de seus membros
    40. 40. UniRio Serviço de catalogação WorldCat Universidade Federal Santa Catarina Serviço de Descoberta WorldCat Local Palavras das Bibliotecas
    41. 41. Blog: Nos siga no Twitter: @shelton_lucia Obrigado!!