concerns in the online environment
Ideas for Webinars
Examples of linked data projects- how they are created, how they are used
During the BookExpo meeting, the President of Bloomsbury publishing said (paraphrasing), "Any company that isn't behaving like a start-up is doomed". What does this mean? How can a large institution be more nimble, act more quickly, adopt new tech more easily? What can be learned from startups and what can be avoided?
Many publishers are adding mobile options to their resources, either through an app, site optimization or other means. How are libraries managing the various options now available for their users?
Recent talks by Oren Beit-Arie have reminded me that the current discovery service landscape (specifically that of information providers in centrally-indexed search products) is very similar to the first years of participation in OpenURL. Maybe a webinar that could look at the current state of discovery services and remind people that, according to previous examples, it WILL change.
There is a lot of new app development of augmented reality functionality. There is a markup for cultural heritage content. This was discussed during WebWise, I've written about it in Against the Grain. Also, there is a series of AR meetings
Issues: • Copyright (UCLA made BBC Shakespeare series available online to students without paying additional fees over original purchase. Sued/judge decided in favor of UCLA but is being appealed) • Cataloging -- ALCTS did webinar on cataloging streaming media already, so don’t need to cover this in any depth • ILL • Media/equipment services (streaming from own server or provider’s server) • Access: through catalog, by ...more »
Interesting topic addressed by Robert A. Schrier at Syracuse University. Brings up question: Does NISO want to consider more sessions focused on Emerging/Future Technologies track (e.g., Augmented Reality)? Abstract: Digital Librarianship & Social Media: the Digital Library as Conversation Facilitator (http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july11/schrier/07schrier.html) "Digital collections marketing is an important, yet often ...more »
With the article rental service DeepDyve in business since 2009 and more options coming online for libraries to provide quick access to journal articles without subscribing to them, is there a need for an overview webinar about current developments in journal article access and their implications for libraries?
PDA and PPV remain as popular topics at recent ER&L and NASIG conferences. Lisa Kurt and Erin Fisher at University of Nevada, Reno did a presentation at ER&L 2011 -- i.e., PDA/PPV models created out of financial necessity, criteria for PDA vs. PPV, catalog workflow, vendor models.
As scholars are increasing using Web 2.0 tools like CiteULike, Mendeley, Twitter, and blogs there is an opportunity to create new filters.These metrics show web-based traces of research communication like citations from social networlking links, press coverage, comments, etc. These metrics are complementary to COUNTER, impact factor and eigenfactor reports. Realizing this, many authors have begun to call for investigation ...more »
We should have preservation on the agenda, but what angles should we pursue?
what are different perspectives on OA as they relate to requirements that scholarly communication has in the present, and could have in the future?
The CODATA group will have published its recommendations for data citation by early 2012. What is necessary for good data citation? What are metadata elements that people should include. Also ties to supplemental materials...
This has been a topic lately - NFAIS and perhaps Charleston last year so I thought we might explore it, too.
It will also be on a PSP Annual Conference session in February.