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FOLIO: a new approach to the Open Library Service Platform

We’re really pleased that Richard Burkitt, the Director of Discovery Innovation in Europe, is joining us for the EDS Conference.

Richard is giving us a main presentation on developments in EDS, and a running a breakout session on FOLIO, the new open source library service platform EBSCO are working on.

EDS update and roadmap session

EBSCO Discovery Service is significant in its ability to expose relevant results to your library users. Its means of doing this is unique, but EBSCO recognises that the requirements of libraries and demands of library users evolves rapidly.

Richard will share road map items for EBSCO Discovery Service, highlighting how changing research habits are impacting upcoming user interface features. In addition, Richard will share details of the Holdings and Link Management (HLM) administration area and how it is evolving into a tool that does so much more than managing your holdings for EDS and Full Text Finder – from consolidating COUNTER statistics to providing Cost per Use analysis to Collection Analysis to tracking licenses and other key resource details.

FOLIO – A new approach to the Open Library Service Platform

The Library Management System market is complex. Systems do not always support the workflows required in today’s library. The market is demanding better value and more choice for systems.

Richard will provide an overview of a new collaboration of partners who are developing an Open Source Library Service Platform, FOLIO, to support their current and future workflows. Richard will explain the reasons for the development of FOLIO; how it will open the market for libraries to have more choice; how libraries’ staff will have a greater voice in system development; and ensure workflows specific to each library are able to be supported.

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FOLIO: a new approach to the Open Library Service Platform

  1. 1. | www.ebsco.com1 Announcing a new COLLABORATION between OLE libraries, other libraries, Index Data & EBSCO Future of Libraries is Open - FOLIO
  2. 2. | www.ebsco.com2 OLE & Other Libraries Index Data EBSCO EBSCO & others The Collaboration Guidance Community building Forum facilitation Software development Solution architecture Software development Platform and apps Financial support Project guidance Community outreach Hosting and services Software development
  3. 3. | www.ebsco.com3 Supporting ILS open source & ILS partnerships 60+ ILS partnerships Koha and OLE Open source and commercial ILS with choice
  4. 4. | www.ebsco.com4 CHANGE In libraries Emerging Requirements Changing Collections and Spaces Evolving User Needs
  5. 5. | www.ebsco.com5 Change In the vendor community #ofvendors Time-line
  6. 6. | www.ebsco.com6 CONSOLIDATION In library automationVendor Consolidation Fewer ILS Options Monolithic Systems
  7. 7. | www.ebsco.com7 Fewer Vendor Closed Systems Multiple Vendors Risk Mitigation Cost Drivers Open Systems
  8. 8. | www.ebsco.com8 A new way forward? Another ILS? More consolidation? What to Do? OR
  9. 9. | www.ebsco.com9 Agility Choice Affordability Principles In library technology
  10. 10. | www.ebsco.com10 There is an opportunity to do things differently, and advance library technology
  11. 11. | www.ebsco.com11 Our concept of the Open Source Platform • Multi-tenant, cloud-ready, built around an open knowledge base, linked data, electronic and print resource management • Can be hosted by commercial vendors, library networks, or locally • Apache 2 license: Everyone can play • Design for community engagement • Modular – snap-in modules (apps) can be contributed by libraries or vendor
  12. 12. | www.ebsco.com12 Time-line Now Mid-2016 2017 2018 >> Community Code on Github Base platform release 1st apps release Service organizations LSP release 2015 development began
  13. 13. | www.ebsco.com13 Old Fashioned
  14. 14. | www.ebsco.com14 All in one systems Discovery Circulation Acquisitions / Serials Cataloging Reporting Old Fashioned
  15. 15. | www.ebsco.com15 MODERN Extensible TRADITIONAL FUNCTIONS NEW FUNCTIONS NEW FUNCTIONS
  16. 16. | www.ebsco.com16 SPECIFICALLY CREATED APPS Modular Deconstructed You are in control Many vendors Dev. community
  17. 17. PatronsCirc UI layer "App store" Plugin DAM Citations? Resource Mgmt Plugin Plugin Publishing Metadata UsersItems Persistence/system services KB
  18. 18. | www.ebsco.com18 BASE APPLICATIONS Acquisitions Cataloging Circulation Data Conversion Tools Resource Management Resource Sharing OPAC Functionality Serials Check-In Union Catalog
  19. 19. | www.ebsco.com19 REVOLUTIONARY PLATFORM WITH EXTENDED APPLICATIONS • Authority Control • Content Management Systems • Data Mining • Grant Management • Institutional Repositories • Learning Management Systems • Research Data • Predictive Analytics Will scale to support extended apps and new areas of information management for university libraries, such as the following:
  20. 20. | www.ebsco.com20 Ways for libraries and new community members to engage • Listen in on the forum; online community and webcasts • Endorse the project • Become part of the conversation, review ideas, designs and prototypes • Host local events • Contribute interest, expertise, developers • Informed discussions with vendors & service providers
  21. 21. | www.ebsco.com21 Strategists Practitioners Developers
  22. 22. | www.ebsco.com22 FOLIO.ORG
  23. 23. | www.ebsco.com23 Thank you Richard Burkitt Director of SaaS Innovation rburkitt@ebsco.com +44 (0)7803 508 041

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    May. 9, 2017

We’re really pleased that Richard Burkitt, the Director of Discovery Innovation in Europe, is joining us for the EDS Conference. Richard is giving us a main presentation on developments in EDS, and a running a breakout session on FOLIO, the new open source library service platform EBSCO are working on. EDS update and roadmap session EBSCO Discovery Service is significant in its ability to expose relevant results to your library users. Its means of doing this is unique, but EBSCO recognises that the requirements of libraries and demands of library users evolves rapidly. Richard will share road map items for EBSCO Discovery Service, highlighting how changing research habits are impacting upcoming user interface features. In addition, Richard will share details of the Holdings and Link Management (HLM) administration area and how it is evolving into a tool that does so much more than managing your holdings for EDS and Full Text Finder – from consolidating COUNTER statistics to providing Cost per Use analysis to Collection Analysis to tracking licenses and other key resource details. FOLIO – A new approach to the Open Library Service Platform The Library Management System market is complex. Systems do not always support the workflows required in today’s library. The market is demanding better value and more choice for systems. Richard will provide an overview of a new collaboration of partners who are developing an Open Source Library Service Platform, FOLIO, to support their current and future workflows. Richard will explain the reasons for the development of FOLIO; how it will open the market for libraries to have more choice; how libraries’ staff will have a greater voice in system development; and ensure workflows specific to each library are able to be supported.

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