OLE Project at ALA 2009 LITA Emerging Technologies Interest Group

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Published on July 17, 2009

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The Open Library Environment Project (OLE Project): Building an ILS for Service Oriented Architecture Integration. Sponsored by LITA Emerging Interest Group for ALA 2009 Chicago.

July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL The Open Library Environment Project: Building an ILS for Service Oriented Architecture Integration Robert H. McDonald Indiana University Beth Forrest-Warner University of Kansas Carlen Ruschoff University of Maryland John Little Duke University ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Tweet our Session Follow OLE on twitter @oleproject Tags #ala09 #ala2009 #lita #etig #oleproject #totebag - snarky ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009

Poll Anywhere 3 Ways to Poll Text a code to 99503 = sms txt 99503 “code” Tweet a code to @poll = @poll “code” Go to http://poll4.com = enter “code” ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009

Poll #1 In ten years, if it isn’t digital, it will be invisible. Text a code to 99503 = sms txt 99503 “code” Tweet a code to @poll = @poll “code” Go to http://poll4.com = enter “code” http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTMxODY4ODk2NQ ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009

OLE and Mellon OLE has been funded by the OLE partners and the Andrew W Mellon Foundation’s Research in Information Technology Program Technology that benefits one or more of the constituencies traditionally served by the Foundation. Technology that benefits multiple institutions. Technology that can realistically be developed by the grantee within the proposed timeframe and budget. Technology that provides a significant cost savings. Compelling, demonstrable technology for which funding is required to create fully shareable versions, expanded features, or improved reliability. Technology for which intellectual property rights are available. Technology for which there is a credible support and self-sufficiency plan. Technology whose value can be objectively assessed. ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009

Overview What is OLE and What Has OLE Been Doing for 12 Months? Community Source Software and Governance! Enterprise Level Management for Libraries! OLE Future Directions! Questions! ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009

OLE Overview What is the OLE Project?Community source alternative to current ILSInternational participation from libraries and consortia100+ institutions, 350+ individuals, 10+ regional workshops, multiple webcasts and presentationsPlanning phase: September ‘08 – July ‘09July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

What is the OLE Project?

Community source alternative to current ILS

International participation from libraries and consortia

100+ institutions, 350+ individuals, 10+ regional workshops, multiple webcasts and presentations

Planning phase: September ‘08 – July ‘09

Why OLE Now? Our current library business technologies cost too much and deliver too little. We need to rethink our services and workflows, and to use technology that enables innovation rather than locking us into the status quo. July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Our Institutions Change July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL Enterprise financial systems Enterprise identity management systems Course management systems Leverage local systems Collaborative Systems ILS – More & Less More external integration and collaboration Less internal, one-size-fits-all integration

Our Users are Changing Library technology systems have not kept pace with changing users and a changing information environment.

Scenario July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL Economist researcher OLE Campus Manages locations Manages resource subscriptions Integrated into Course/Learning Mgt. System Accounting Identity (Student / HR) Consortia

Scenario July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL Professor uses one of many access portals OLE behind the scenes Discovery enables access to full-text from various remote and nearby locales Routing of physical materials enabled by OLE On-demand purchases approved by patron

Scenario July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL Payment options Delays noted (Recall, purchase, delivery)

Scenario July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL GPS-enabled Original Search and mapping combined to highlight locale of like resources OLE notes event-driven resource use for recommender services Supports markup and social networking Mashups

OLE Principles Flexibility Community Ownership Service Oriented Architecture Enterprise-Level Integration Efficiency SustainabilityWhich of these do you see as being critical for the future of your library? July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Flexibility

Community Ownership

Service Oriented Architecture

Enterprise-Level Integration

Efficiency

Sustainability

Poll #2 Which of these do you see as being critical to the future of your library? http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MzU5OTI3ODQz ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009

Where we’ve been Regional Design WorkshopsDid you or your staff attend a workshop?350+ people from 100+ institutions!Who attended?July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Regional Design Workshops

Did you or your staff attend a workshop?

350+ people from 100+ institutions!

Who attended?

Where we’ve been Project team meetingsWebinarsCommunity information sharingReview information on the project website, oleproject.orgJuly 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Project team meetings

Webinars

Community information sharing

Review information on the project website, oleproject.org

Where We Are Today? Scope DocumentVisionPrinciplesFunctional ScopeArchitectureGovernanceJuly 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Scope Document

Vision

Principles

Functional Scope

Architecture

Governance

Where We Are Today? Project AssumptionsOLE will provide services that will help academic & research institutions accomplish their core mission by improving the library’s ability to deliver its content and services throughout the institution’s activities.OLE provides a transformative opportunity to the institution through its support of a more collaborative approach to research, teaching and learning.OLE will enable libraries to be more of a component with the enterprise infrastructure raising the relevance of libraries to the organization’s missionLibraries are core to the research institution.Adopting a model of community-source software development and a technology infrastructure based on service orientation is, in itself, a strategic innovation for libraries and universities.July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Project Assumptions

OLE will provide services that will help academic & research institutions accomplish their core mission by improving the library’s ability to deliver its content and services throughout the institution’s activities.

OLE provides a transformative opportunity to the institution through its support of a more collaborative approach to research, teaching and learning.

OLE will enable libraries to be more of a component with the enterprise infrastructure raising the relevance of libraries to the organization’s mission

Libraries are core to the research institution.

Adopting a model of community-source software development and a technology infrastructure based on service orientation is, in itself, a strategic innovation for libraries and universities.

Where We Are Today? Project assumptions (cont.)Business workflows at peer libraries are more similar than they are different.Libraries need to be able to leverage a dynamic information environment to support the research and educational mission of their institutionsDigital formats will dominate our business processes.Collaborative and consortial activity is increasingly as important to libraries as work at local institutions.Library business processes will increasingly involve interactions with external service providers and consumers.July 11, 2009 ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL

Project assumptions (cont.)

Business workflows at peer libraries are more similar than they are different.

Libraries need to be able to leverage a dynamic information environment to support the research and educational mission of their institutions

Digital formats will dominate our business processes.

Collaborative and consortial activity is increasingly as important to libraries as work at local institutions.

Library business processes will increasingly involve interactions with external service providers and consumers.

Where We Are Today? ALA Annual Conference Chicago, IL July 11, 2009 ILS MarketCommunity SourceGovernance

ILS Market

Community Source

Governance

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