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Discoveryplattformar - Vad är det och varför är de viktiga?

Vad är det och varför är de viktiga? Svensk biblioteksförening, Biblioteksdagarna 2011, Visby

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Discoveryplattformar - Vad är det och varför är de viktiga?

  1. 1. Discoveryplattformar Vad är det och varför är de viktiga?Biblioteksdagarna12 maj 2011VisbyDaniel Forsman
  2. 2. Bibliotek 2009
  3. 3. Tenopir, “Investment in the Library: What’s the Return?” Madrid, April 2009
  4. 4. Z 190771Za 20979Zl 19895Zdig 116133Z - alla 347778
  5. 5. Media & systemILS : Millennium, Innovative Interfaces -> SierraERM : Verde, Ex Libris -> AlmaLink resolver: SFX -> Alma?Rekommendationstjänst: bX , Ex LibrisDiscovery: Summon, Serials SolutionsInstitutional repository: Scigloo, Chalmers/GUDigitalisering: ?Licensierade databaser: ca. 185 (i databaslista)E-bokssamlingar: Books24x7, CRCnetBase, CHEMnetBASE, Dawsonera, ebrary,Gale Virtual Reference Library, Knovel, Lecture notes in Computer Science,Morgan & Claypool, Oxford Reference Online, POLYMERSnetBASE, Referex,ScienceDirect, SpringerLink
  6. 6. ”Implications for libraries which are shared by multiple studies•The library serves many constituencies, with different needs and behaviours•Library systems must do better at providing seamless access to resources•Librarians must increasingly consider a greater variety of digital formats andcontent•More digital resources of all kinds are better•Library systems and content must be prepared for changing user behaviours•Library systems need to look and function more like search engines, i.e., Google andYahoo, and Web services, i.e. Amazon.com, since these are familiar to users who arecomfortable and confident in using them•High-quality metadata is becoming more important for discovery of appropriateresources•The library must advertise its brand, its value, and its resources better within thecommunity” The digital information seeker: Findings from selected OCLC, RIN and JISC user behaviour projects
  7. 7. I mostly use e-journals Who use a library in 2010? Everything should be on the internet. I mainly use the e-journal/e-book resources, which i find excellent. However, the search functions are not great, so I usually locate articles using google and use the library proxy to access them. The digital library is extremely usefulMake a search engine where I can search for keywords in all the databases/e-journals available instead of having to go through every database/journalwith one search word To be able to search the database! ... Which searches all the good databases that you have on your site. But on the same time! … It is also good when you cant specify which area your ”thing” is located in.An improved search engine on the papers we have access to through chalmers library Because we are doing projects and the most quick and effective way is to get information is to search on the internet. Help you to know more about different databases. Difficult to know which ones to use.Easier access to published technical reports (I found them very hard to find through thelibrary web page and eventually turned to google instead).
  8. 8. Biblioteket är en öppen mötesplats där vi finner inspiration, information och varandra Biblioteket tillhandahåller en osynlig infrastruktur för användaren Biblioteket paketerar och presenterar sina tjänster och verksamhet Två bibliotekstjänster som är kritiska för användandet av bibliotekets resurser Proxyserver & Länkserver Vårt fokus gällande informationsresurserna Discovery & Delivery
  9. 9. E-journals: their use, value and impactKey findingsE-journals are a big dealE-journals are the life-blood of UK research institutionsIt is now estimated that 96.1 per cent of journal titles in science, technology and medicineare available onlineNearly everything made available is usedInformation seeking is fast and direct – researchers use gateway sitesUsage is rising and cost-per-use is fallingHigh levels of expenditure are associated with high levels of use- Research Information Network
  10. 10. Next Gen Catalog – Decoupling the front end
  11. 11. Federated Search WikiMedia Commons
  12. 12. DiscoveryNot Merely Next-Gen CatalogsReconsidering the Role of the ILSModernizing the Look and FeaturesEqual Access to Content in All FormsUnify User ExperiencesDeeper IndexingServing Mobile UsersAim for Web-Scale DiscoveryThe State of the Art in Library Discovery 2010Marshall Breeding. Computers in Libraries. Westport: Jan/Feb 2010. Vol. 30
  13. 13. “the collection is often the largest singleinvestment in the library and the sourceof its competitive advantage” - Jane Burke, Serials Solutions
  14. 14. “The Web, they say, is leaving the era of search andentering one of discovery. What’s the difference? Searchis what you do when you’re looking for something.Discovery is when something wonderful that you didn’tknow existed, or didn’t know how to ask for, finds you.” - Jeffrey M. O’Brien, “The race to create a ’smart’ Google”
  15. 15. The big 4 Web Scale Discovery ServicesSummon – Serials SolutionsWorldCat Local – OCLCEbsco Discovery Service – EBSCOPrimo Central – Ex LibrisLIBRIS Nationell databrunnVad är en databrunn?Termen databrunn har vi tagit till oss från danskans databrönd, då man i Danmarksedan 2007 har arbetat med frågan om att samla metadata för bland annat e-artiklar,e-tidskrifter och e-böcker från olika informationsleverantörer på ett ställe. Det germöjlighet att indexera datat och erbjuda en samlad sökingång för många typer avresurser, snabba sökningar, relevansrankning, klustring av sökresultat, sammanslagenträfflista etc. Nationell databrunn behövs det?
  16. 16. 1. KB kommer långsiktigt att bygga upp en databrunn och en infrastrukturför svenskt och licensierat meta-data. KB behöver definiera sitt basutbud av tjänster.KB behöver vara tydliga i sina strategier och visioner.2. SUHF biblioteken kommer kortsiktigt att gå vidare med Discovery-plattformari samarbete eller individuellt.3. Samsök-tjänsterna påverkar hur vi administrerar arbetet med elektroniska resurser idag. Samsök kommer att förändras av oss eller av Ex Libris.
  17. 17. Web Scale Discovery ServicesThese services are capable of searching quickly and seamlessly across a vastrange of local and remote content and providing relevancy ranked results inthe type of intuitive interface that today’s information seekers expect - Jason Vaughan, Web Scale Discovery Services
  18. 18. Web Scale Discovery ServicesJason VaughanLibrary Technology Reports, January 2011Vol. 47 / no. 1ISSN 0024-2586http://www.alatechsource.org/taxonomy/term/106/web-scale-discovery-servicesProQuest CentralAcademic Search Elite/PremierGenomgång och jämförelse avSummonEDSWorldCatPrimo Central
  19. 19. http://sites.google.com/site/urd2comparison/home
  20. 20. “A library would probably be doing itself a disservice if itoveremphasized the importance of getting a discoveryservice from a particular vendor just because it alreadyhad, for example, an ILS from that same vendor. Ask thequestions and do the homework, but don’t lock yourselfinto a predetermined selection.” ALA TechSource Blog – Jason Vaughan Discusses Web Scale Discovery Systems
  21. 21. “Web scale discovery can be considered aservice capable of searching across a vastrange of pre-harvested and indexed contentquickly and seamlessly. Web scale discoveryservices provide discovery and deliveryservices that often have the followingtraits” Web Scale Discovery Services – Jason Vaughan
  22. 22. ContentHarvest content from local and remotely hosted repositories andcreate a vastly comprehensive centralized index – to the articlelevel – based on a normalized schema across content types, wellsuited for rapid search and retrieval of results ranked by relevancy.Content is enabled through the harvesting of local libraryresources, combined with brokered agreements with publishersand aggregators allowing access to their metadata and/or full-textcontent for indexing purposes.
  23. 23. Content
  24. 24. DiscoveryA single search box providing a Google-like searchexperience (as well as advanced searching capabilities)
  25. 25. DeliveryThese services provide quick results rankedby relevancy in a modern interface offeringfunctionality and design cues intuitive toand expected by today’s users (such asfaceted navigation to drill down to morespecific results).
  26. 26. FlexibilityThese services are agnostic to underlying systems, whether hosted bythe library of hosted remotely by content providers. These services areopen compared to traditional library systems and allow a library greaterlatitude to customize the services and make the service their own.
  27. 27. Läget i landetPrimoKungliga Tekniska Högskolan, NaturvårdsverketSummonBlekinge Tekniska Högskola, Chalmers, Göteborgs universitet, Högskolan i BoråsPågående upphandlingLinköping universitet, Lunds universitet, Stockholms universitet, Umeå universitet,Uppsala universitetLuleå universitetMittuniversitetetHögskolan i Jönköping
  28. 28. Summon – Chalmers bestånd (ca. 90% täckningsgrad)Newspaper Article (92,246,957) Journal Article (63,489,283)Dissertation (2,277,990)Trade Publication Article (1,020,110)Conference Proceeding (269,389)Book Review (187,185)Book (141,343)eBook (111,219)Book Chapter (98,902)Student Thesis (19,466)Journal (10,562)Report (1,556)Paper (934)Publication Article (585)Newsletter (214)Patent (66)Standard (60)Archival Material (7)
  29. 29. CPL Chans SFX ProQuest URI OpenURL Swe Hathi bX Pub Trust Summon gränssnitt / APILIBRIS? DOAJ ILL Summon Central Index SpringeElsevier r6800+ Chalmers holdings OAI-PMH FTP 360 CPL Chans Core
  30. 30. Enklare för användaren men inte för biblioteket i den här system-modellen.Mängden system och dataflödet ställer krav på kompetens och genomtänkta lokala arbetsflöden WorldCat? Driver? LIBRIS BIBSAM SwePub/Uppsök Chans Verde CPL Summon SFX CMS EzProxy 360 Core
  31. 31. ”Summon is enabling students to go directly to full-text, boosting the use of a variety ofdatabases. For example, Academic Search Premier saw a usage increase of 92% andABI/INFORM rose 354%.Journal usage is up significantly. Before Summon, the use of individual journals in whichthe library had invested was generally going down. However, after Summon’simplementation at the close of August 2009, GVSU’s top 100 journals showed an averageincrease in usage of 48% and the top 1000 had increased usage of 82%.Increased usage occurs even for databases from content providers that are notparticipating in the Summon service, a result of the service’s indexing of the same contentfrom alternate sources.Summon is having an impact on the type of content students are choosing. For example,the library has seen a significant increase in the use of newspaper content.” Om effekterna av Summon vid Michigan’s Grand Valley State University
  32. 32. Sumosök funkade ovanligt bra :D
  33. 33. http://www.widgetbox.com/mobile/app/chalmerslibrary
  34. 34. Hej!Jag är ganska ny på bibliotekssökningar och hittade idag ett examensarbetesom jag ville läsa (nr 4340). Därför gick jag till biblioteket för att låna det. Väldär hittade jag det men fick även reda på att det fanns som e-kopia vilket varvad jag ville ha i första hand. Därför hade jag sparat ca 20 minuter av min tidom det hade stått på sökresultatet jag fick i CHANS att den fanns som e-kopia.Eller ännu bättre, en länk till e-kopians fulltext, precis som det finns i CPL(bibliotekarien visade mig).Summon is the shit, för övrigt! :)
  35. 35. Daniel ForsmanInformationsresurser & TillgängliggörandeChalmers bibliotekdaniel.forsman@chalmers.se