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Leaving Blackboxes Behind - ELAG 2016

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Leaving Blackboxes Behind: benefits and challenges of running in-house developed e-resource management and discovery systems. Slides of the presdentation at ELAG 2016 in Copenhagen by Evelyn Weiser and Annika Domin, Leipzig University Library, Germany

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Leaving Blackboxes Behind - ELAG 2016

  1. 1. Leaving Black Boxes Behind benefits and challenges of running in-house developed e-resource management and discovery systems Evelyn Weiser Annika Domin Leipzig University Library 2016/06/08 ELAG 2016 | Copenhagen
  2. 2. Outline finc amsl index administration interface 1. project finc open source discovery and commercial aggregated index 2. project amsl open source electronic resource management 3. aggregated index renewal or do-it-yourself? 4. aggregated index building our own 5. synergy effects index administration with amsl Part 1: Projects and Background Part 2: A Metadata Source’s Lifecycle
  3. 3. Outline Part 1: Projects and Background Part 2: A Metadata Source’s Lifecycle Contract NegotiationLicensing Request Evaluation Technical Implementation Selection Processing and Update Catalogue 1. Licensing Request 2. Contract Negotiation 3. Evaluation 4. Technical Implementation 5. Selection 6. Processing and Update 7. Catalogue
  4. 4. Part 1: Projects and Background
  5. 5. finc amsl index administration interface 2011 - 2013 : Project finc development of resource discovery systems based on VuFind for 11 university libraries in Saxony integration of heterogeneous data sources as well as Ex Libris’ Primo Central index first finc catalogue went live in March 2012 establishment of the finc user community in September 2015
  6. 6. finc amsl index administration interface development of an electronic resource management system based on the editor OntoWiki and linked data technologies management of contracts, licences, holdings, contact details in RDF integration of external bibliographic and organisation data amsl went into live operation in 4th quarter of 2014 2013 contd : Project amsl
  7. 7. finc amsl index administration interface licence for Primo Central was to expire mid-2015 evaluation of the index led to the question: Is it possible, with moderate expense and with no qualitative or quantitative restrictions, to build an aggregated index on our own? 2014 : Reconsidering the aggregated index
  8. 8. finc amsl index administration interface motivation and goal: greater transparency and more options for action ● sources ● quality ● indexing ● processes ● currentness ● coverage 2014 : Reconsidering the aggregated index
  9. 9. finc amsl index administration interface Q3 / Q4 2014 evaluation of available metadata sources, preliminary talks with providers January 2015 decision to build our own aggregated index Q1 / Q2 2015 technical realisation April 2015 go live 2014 contd : Project finc AI - aggregated index
  10. 10. finc amsl index administration interface 2016 : Index administration using amsl 20 participating libraries 70 metadata sources 5000 collections ⇒ complex administration ⇒ amsl as management backend for the index
  11. 11. Part 2: A Metadata Source’s Lifecycle
  12. 12. Licensing Request Documentation of potential metadata sources in amsl from the very beginning. Licensing Request
  13. 13. Metadata usage terms need to be included into the licensing agreement. Contract Negotiation Contract Negotiation Taken from http://www.nationallizenzen.de/tools/al-musterlizenz Licensing Request
  14. 14. A metadata test set needs to be evaluated both bibliographically and technically. Evaluation Contract Negotiation EvaluationLicensing Request
  15. 15. The individual download and normalization routines need to be implemented. Technical Implementation Contract Negotiation Evaluation Technical ImplementationLicensing Request
  16. 16. Contract Negotiation Evaluation Technical Implementation metadata in processing format download and normalization Technical Implementation XML/DC XML/propr. JSON/ JATS XML/ JATS OAI HTTP FTP DVD Provider JSON/ DC CSV/ propr. The individual download and normalization routines need to be implemented. Licensing Request
  17. 17. Selection Contract Negotiation Evaluation Technical Implementation Selection Participating libraries can select the collections they want to display in their catalogue frontends. Licensing Request
  18. 18. The metadata is processed for the aggregated index update. Processing and Update Contract Negotiation Evaluation Technical Implementation Selection Processing and UpdateLicensing Request
  19. 19. Processing and Update Contract Negotiation Evaluation Technical Implementation Provider holdings files metadata in processing format amsl solr metadata + licensing information web catalogue download and normalization enrichment with library and licensing information conversion to solr format Selection Processing and UpdateLicensing Request
  20. 20. The new metadata is available in the web catalogue. Catalogue Contract Negotiation Evaluation Technical Implementation Selection Processing and Update CatalogueLicensing Request
  21. 21. Conclusion: Benefits and Challenges
  22. 22. ! Challenges increased staff requirement and capacity building project management and cross-departmental cooperation awareness-raising for effort and expense transition from project to operational business Benefits vendor independence software tailored to our needs more options for action active support of open standards capacity building
  23. 23. ! Challenges increased staff requirement and capacity building project management and cross-departmental cooperation awareness-raising for effort and expense transition from project to operational business Benefits vendor independence software tailored to our needs more options for action active support of open standards capacity building
  24. 24. Any questions? Please feel free to contact us! Leipzig University Library, Germany http://ub.uni-leipzig.de http://finc.info http://amsl.technology Code on Github: Python: https://github.com/ubleipzig/siskin Go: https://github.com/ubleipzig/span OAI-Harvester: https://github.com/ubleipzig/metha Leander Seige Head of IT seige@ub.uni-leipzig.de Evelyn Weiser Head of e-resources weiser@ub.uni-leipzig.de Annika Domin amsl ERMS domin@ub.uni-leipzig.de

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