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  1. 1. NMC Horizon Report > 2014 Library Edition Pressing Technologies, Trends, Challenges for Libraries å go.nmc.org/2014-arl
  2. 2. @NMCorg #NMCHz
  3. 3. . Where I’m coming from.
  4. 4. The NMC Horizon Project 45 Editions | 55+ Translations 12 Years of Global Research into Emerging Technology Uptake
  5. 5. Last 10,000 downloads
  6. 6. Acknowledgements The research behind the NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Library Edition is jointly conducted by the New Media Consortium (NMC) and University of Applied Sciences (HTW) Chur, Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) Hannover, and ETH-Bibliothek Zurich. Our partners’ critical participation in the production of this report and their strong support for the NMC Horizon Project is gratefully acknowledged. The NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Library Edition is a publication of the New Media Consortium
  7. 7. library.wiki.nmc.org
  8. 8. . Where I’m coming from.
  9. 9. Focus On: • UB Faculty, Students, and Staff • Institutional Directions • Libraries’ Staff Learning and Growth • Financial Health
  10. 10. Discussion Questions
  11. 11. Dreaming and Doing!
  12. 12. Key Trends 2014 FAST TRENDS: • Increasing Focus on Research Data Management for Publications • Prioritization of Mobile Content and Delivery MID-RANGE TRENDS: • Evolving Nature of the Scholarly Record • Increasing Accessibility of Research Content LONG-RANGE TRENDS: • Continual Progress in Technology, Standards, and Infrastructure • Rise of New Forms of Multidisciplinary Research Flickr Photo via Creative Tools
  13. 13. Increasing Focus on Research Data Management
  14. 14. Photo via BigStock The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Physics and Astronomy’ SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System contains 10.7 million scholarly records, and tracks citations and usage of their resources: go.nmc.org/saonasa
  15. 15. Prioritization of Mobile Content and Delivery
  16. 16. Duke University Libraries is using the “BrowZine” app for tablets to make library resources more mobile-friendly, enabling library patrons to browse, read, and monitor academic journals: go.nmc.org/duke
  17. 17. Evolving Nature of the Scholarly Record
  18. 18. Photo via UC Davis University of California Davis launched the “Innovation in Scholarly Communication” project to identify the changes that are impacting traditional modes of publication in the digital age: go.nmc.org/icis
  19. 19. Increasing Accessibility of Research Content
  20. 20. Initiated by the Association of Research Libraries, SPARC is an international alliance of 800+ institutions that helps its global members establish sustainable systems of open scholarship: go.nmc.org/sparc
  21. 21. Rise of New Forms of Multi-Disciplinary Research
  22. 22. Photo via Architect Magazine As an addition to Hesburgh Libraries, the University of Notre Dame built Multidisciplinary Research Buildings to provide space to foster collaboration and research among faculty and students: go.nmc.org/ndumdr
  23. 23. Dreaming and Doing!
  24. 24. Significant Challenges 2014 SOLVABLE CHALLENGES: • Embedding Academic and Research Libraries in the Curriculum • Rethinking the Roles and Skills of Librarians DIFFICULT CHALLENGES: • Capturing and Archiving the Digital Outputs of Research as Collection Material • Competition from Alternative Avenues of Discovery WICKED CHALLENGES: • Embracing the Need for Radical Change • Maintaining Ongoing Integration, Interoperability, and Collaborative Projects
  25. 25. Embedding Academic and Research Libraries in the Curriculum
  26. 26. Photo via BigStock The staff at the Merrill-Cazier Library at Utah State uses a curriculum-integrated method to information literacy by working closely with faculty to customize instruction for specific majors: go.nmc.org/merrill
  27. 27. Rethinking the Roles and Skills of Librarians
  28. 28. Photo via BigStock The Harvard Law School library developed an academic technology project manager position, focused on providing support for a suite of open-source, online classroom tools called H2O that are being used by the law school’s faculty: go.nmc.org/hls
  29. 29. Capturing and Archiving the Digital Outputs of Research as Collection Material
  30. 30. Photo via British Library The British Library, Cambridge University Library, Trinity College Library Dublin, and others are following new regulations known as legal deposit to ensure that temporary materials such as websites and e-books can be collected and preserved: go.nmc.org/collect
  31. 31. Competition from Alternative Avenues of Discovery
  32. 32. Photo via BigStock OCLC Research launched the “Wikipedia Library Project” pilot in an effort to make sources for citations more accessible to Wikipedia editors: go.nmc.org/oclc
  33. 33. Embracing the Need for Radical Change
  34. 34. Photo via University of British Colombia The circulation team at the Woodward Library at the University of British Colombia drafted the “Strategic Plan,” which promotes continuous support and creative inspiration for staff: go.nmc.org/woodw
  35. 35. Technologies to Watch 2014 ONE YEAR OR LESS: • Electronic Publishing • Mobile Apps TWO TO THREE YEARS: • Bibliometrics and Citation Technologies • Open Content FOUR TO FIVE YEARS: • The Internet of Things • Semantic Web and Linked Data
  36. 36. Electronic Publishing
  37. 37. Photo via BigStock Vectors is a USC scholarly journal that focuses on how technology transforms, and/or impedes social relations. It uses a peer-reviewed format and publishes only multimedia works: go.nmc.org/vect
  38. 38. Mobile Apps
  39. 39. The Bavarian State Library in Germany offers multiple mobile apps that allow users to explore ancient texts with augmented reality, location-based features, and geo-referencing in historical maps: go.nmc.org/bava
  40. 40. Bibliometric and Citation Technologies
  41. 41. Photo via BigStock ORCiD provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes one researcher from another, and supports automated linkages between a person and their professional activities ensuring that each person’s work is recognized: go.nmc.org/orcid
  42. 42. Open Content
  43. 43. Photo via BigStock The Staffordshire University Online Repository is an open access institutional research repository designed to house the research and scholarly output of the University’s staff and researchers: go.nmc.org/staf
  44. 44. Semantic Web and Linked Data
  45. 45. Photo via BigStock The AV portal of the German National Library of Science and Technology provides multimedia retrieval methods for searching within high-grade scientific films. Digital Object Identifiers enable the films and video segments to be cited as easily as texts: go.nmc.org/tib
  46. 46. Tag Articles or Reports Twitter: #NMCHz Comment on the Report Twitter: #NMCHz Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheNMCHorizonProject Sign up for the Expert Panel go.nmc.org/horizon-nominate Submit Your Projects go.nmc.org/projects samantha@nmc.org Jump In! cc licensed flickr photo by Marina Cast.: http://flickr.com/photos/marinacast/3878053449/

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