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Making Library Collections Discoverable on the Web

Axel KaschteProduct Strategy Director EMEA OCLC

04. July,

2015

ICSTI Workshops HannoverSlide2

Globalization

Global Library Network

Global Information

NetworkSlide3

Explain:

Libraries shift their focus from collections on the shelf to the services they offer. Pressure on collection budgets.

Trends

Trend 2: Search for Distinctiveness

Explain:

As licensed content is available in commodity collections,

a

cademic libraries strive to declare their distinctiveness

.

Trend 3: Be Found on the Web

Explain:

As users search on the web, libraries want their commodity and distinctive collections to be found on the web.

Improve Library Workflows

Help Libraries Be Found on the Web

Trend 1: Shift from collections to servicesSlide4

Landscape: Vision for the Ecosystem

"

DBpediaLogo

" by The

DBpedia

Team

Licensed

under Public domain via Wikimedia CommonsSlide5

THE LIBRARY KNOWLEDGE GRAPH

The Library Data Revolution

person

place

object

concept

organization

workSlide6

Umberto Eco

Born: 5 January 1932

Alessandria, Italy

Italian

semiotician, essayist, philosopher, literary critic, and novelist.

Works

Subjects

Quotes

Find Umberto Eco works at:

Libraries near me

|

Online Retailers

Semiotics

|

Religions

|

Thought and Thinking

Art—Philosophy

|

Foucault’s Pendulum

|

Vodou

“The real hero is always a hero by mistake; he dreams of being an honest coward like everybody

else.”Slide7

Library data stored as entities

person

place

object

concept

organization

work

author

subject

item

availabilitySlide8

The library knowledge graph

A graph of relationships

person

place

object

concept

organization

workSlide9

The library knowledge graph

Works

person

place

object

concept

organization

workSlide10

The library knowledge graph

Putting entities in library

workflows

Cataloging

ILL and Analytics

Cataloging

Discovery

Integration with the webSlide11

ENTITIES AND LIBRARY WORKFLOWS

The Library Data Revolution

person

place

object

concept

organization

workSlide12

Entities and library

workflows

Discovery

The Name of the Rose

Summary:

The year is 1327. Franciscans in a wealthy Italian abbey are suspected of heresy, and Brother William of Baskerville arrives to investigate. His delicate mission is suddenly overshadowed by seven bizarre deaths that take place in seven days and nights of apocalyptic terror.

Subjects

Borrowing Options

eBooks

|

Printed Books

|

Audio Books

Other Languages

Monastic

libraries -- Italy

– Fiction

|

Semiotics

--

Fiction Slide13

Entities and library

workflows

Cataloging

Improve data quality

Link to authoritative sources

A new approach to cataloging

Point and click cataloging

Managing entities instead of managing records

Consistent with RDASlide14

Entities and library

workflows

Web exposure

Be found on the web

Connect your users to unique content

What the web requires for web exposure

Aggregation

Familiar structures

A Network of Links

Entity IdentifiersSlide15

WHAT’S HAPPENING

The Library Data Revolution

person

place

object

concept

organization

workSlide16

15%

of

Web use

Schema.org markup!Slide17

Sponsored by

The Library of Congress

http://

www.bibframe.orgSlide18

http://www.w3.org/community/

schemabibex

/

Schema

Bib ExtendSlide19

http:/

/

www.BiblioGraph.net

OCLC’s Approach to Data Modeling

Model things

of

interest to the web

.

Make those

things available via structures

familiar to the web

.

Improve

library

workflows

.Slide20

ENTITIES AND WORLDCAT

The Library Data Revolution

person

place

object

concept

organization

workSlide21

197+ million Work descriptions and URIs

Schema.org

+

BiblioGraph.net

RDF Data formats

RDF/XML, Turtle, Triples, JSON-LD

Links to WorldCat manifestations

Links to Dewey, LCSH, LCNAF, VIAF, FAST

Open Data license via Linked Data Explorer

2015: Discovery API, Metadata API

Released

April 2014

http:/

/

www.oclc.org

/data

The Work EntitySlide22

98+ million Person descriptions

and

URIs

Person entities with

authority: 20.2 million

Person entities without

authority: 78.3 million

Schema.org

+

BiblioGraph.net

Harvested from WorldCat data and enriched from

other hubs RDF

Data formats

RDF/XML, Turtle, Triples, JSON-LD

Links to WorldCat W

orks. Added links from WC Works.

Open Data license via Linked Data

Explorer

2015: Linked Data Explorer, Discovery API

http:/

/

www.oclc.org

/data

The Person EntitySlide23
Slide24
Slide25
Slide26

VIAF, ISNI, FAST Publish Linked Data

WorldCat.org

Linked Data Release – using

Schema.org

Internal agreement on data strategy

Evangelism

Research & Design with Data Architecture Group

Data mining of WorldCat resources

WorldCat Works Released

2012

2014

Application Integration

WorldCat Discovery

Analytics

Discovery API

Cataloging

More Entities Released

Person

Manifestation

Organization

Concept

New Products

Continuing Evangelism

New Services

Continuing Innovation

2013

OCLC

Entity-Based

Data StrategySlide27

Metadata Globalization

Global Library Network

Global Information

NetworkSlide28

Explain:

Libraries shift their focus from collections on the shelf to the services they offer. Pressure on collection budgets.

Current Challenges in Libraries

# 2: Search for Distinctiveness

Explain:

As licensed content is available in commodity collections,

a

cademic libraries strive to declare their distinctiveness. Rise of OA.

# 3: Be Found on the Web

Explain:

As users search on the web, libraries want their commodity and distinctive collections to be found on the web.

# 1: Shift from collections to servicesSlide29

Lifecycle of scholarly communication

Publish

Write

Read

Study / Research

Libraries

WEB

of data

Students

Researchers

Librarians

ManagersSlide30

Researchers

Librarians

Homework

ManagersSlide31

Researchers

Librarians

Managers

Homework

As a

librarian

I would like to ____ so that ___.

As a

researcher

I would like to ____ so that ___.

As a

director

I would like to ____ so that ___.Slide32

As

librarian, I want high quality data from around the world so that I can support my university’s international business school.

Examples: Identifying the Problems to Solve

# 2: Search for Distinctiveness

As a

researcher

, I want

to identify original sources

so that

I can produce original findings in my grant funded research project.

# 3: Be Found on the Web

As a

library director

, I want to

show that my library has global relevance and a durable future

so that

I can prove value to my skeptical chancellor

.

Improve Library Workflows

Help Libraries Be Found on the Web

# 1: Shift from collections to servicesSlide33

Making Library Collections Discoverable on the Web

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