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I gave this talk at the 2009 Association of Subscription Agents. It describes the concept of technology waves, and how we are at the start of the semantic web waves. The presentation describes two projects Talis is undertaking with scholarly content around the semantic web - a society social networking prototype called Xiphos Network and a product called Talis Aspire to deliver eContent to end users via scholarly resource lists.

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<ul><li> 1. Bringing e-content to life <ul><li>Chris Clarke, Talis Group Limited </li></ul>shared innovation http://www.flickr.com/photos/unaciertamirada/80802561/sizes/o/ </li> <li> 2. shared innovation http://www.flickr.com/photos/rappensuncle/143438318/sizes/l/ Technology ANY INDUSTRY comes in waves PRINTING PRESS Industrial revolution Mechanisation of industry Electricity </li> <li> 3. shared innovation last 30 years in computing industry... In publishing, printing press, move to online - all waves </li> <li> 4. shared innovation Recent Junction between publishing and computing - web 1.0 Lets talk about the web </li> <li> 5. the web circa 1991 shared innovation </li> <li> 6. shared innovation Copyright veganstraightedge, 2006. Downloaded from http://www.flickr.com/photos/veganstraightedge/158339457/ </li> <li> 7. shared innovation Copyright Noah Sussman, 2007. 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Downloaded from http://www.flickr.com/photos/jay_dugger/322725887/ </li> <li> 9. shared innovation </li> <li> 10. shared innovation a web of documents </li> <li> 11. shared innovation web 2.0 is a highly evolved web of documents, with user generated content on top (and rounded corners of course!) </li> <li> 12. shared innovation Actually in technology terms, web 2.0 = web 1.0 </li> <li> 13. shared innovation if youre currently thinking about web 2.0, youre about 10 years late </li> <li> 14. shared innovation now lets talk about whats next... </li> <li> 15. shared innovation Whats wrong with web 2.0? to do that, going to look at whats wrong with status quo </li> <li> 16. shared innovation a simple google query by a novice user </li> <li> 17. shared innovation </li> <li> 18. shared innovation </li> <li> 19. shared innovation </li> <li> 20. shared innovation </li> <li> 21. shared innovation </li> <li> 22. shared innovation </li> <li> 23. shared innovation </li> <li> 24. hidden meaning of links shared innovation one of the problems is... </li> <li> 25. shared innovation </li> <li> 26. shared innovation </li> <li> 27. shared innovation the semantics of the link cannot be determined by machines </li> <li> 28. shared innovation for the next wave of intelligent web applications, we need a machine readable web </li> <li> 29. shared innovation this is the promise of semantic web </li> <li> 30. shared innovation Next wave needs new technology - lets take a look at it (we are at start of 10 year wave) </li> <li> 31. shared innovation Concept: World wide web has bibliography World-Wide Web Bibliography Evolution of the web - based on creating machine readable facts example of links as facts </li> <li> 32. shared innovation wikipedia has human readable facts... </li> <li> 33. shared innovation </li> <li> 34. shared innovation lots of facts - how can we get at them? </li> <li> 35. shared innovation </li> <li> 36. shared innovation 218 million facts </li> <li> 37. shared innovation what can we do with all those facts? </li> <li> 38. shared innovation </li> <li> 39. shared innovation </li> <li> 40. shared innovation </li> <li> 41. shared innovation </li> <li> 42. shared innovation Copyright Richard Cyganiak, 2008. Downloaded from http://richard.cyganiak.de/2007/10/lod/ web of facts </li> <li> 43. shared innovation Copyright Richard Cyganiak, 2008. Downloaded from http://richard.cyganiak.de/2007/10/lod/ just like the web of documents, the web of data is distributed </li> <li> 44. shared innovation Talked a lot about technology - now Talis Talis background, 40 years, seen lots of waves </li> <li> 45. shared innovation http://www.flickr.com/photos/erikvanhannen/2234603554/sizes/l/ Talis from the library world, began in the print wave became good at managing metadata </li> <li> 46. shared innovation today were looking at how facts can be published on the semantic web </li> <li> 47. shared innovation Copyright Big Ben 2005. Released under Creative Commons CC-BY-SA - http://www.flickr.com/photos/gaijinbiker/69972109/ </li> <li> 48. shared innovation what could we build with a web of scholarly (meta) data? (2 things) Going to show 2 things... </li> <li> 49. shared innovation #1: Project Xiphos (2008) Example of a prototype </li> <li> 50. shared innovation 500 articles (supplied in XML) </li> <li> 51. shared innovation </li> <li> 52. shared innovation 19808 articles 21029 people </li> <li> 53. shared innovation how do we make this data useful? </li> <li> 54. shared innovation Xiphos Network: A scholarly social network prototype </li> <li> 55. shared innovation Xiphos Network: Built in 4 weeks </li> <li> 56. shared innovation Xiphos Network: Built in 4 weeks (3 of those spent arguing) </li> <li> 57. shared innovation not pretty 4 weeks </li> <li> 58. shared innovation </li> <li> 59. shared innovation </li> <li> 60. shared innovation </li> <li> 61. shared innovation </li> <li> 62. shared innovation </li> <li> 63. shared innovation Society brands with a community </li> <li> 64. shared innovation #2: Undergraduate Resource Lists (2009) Example of a product </li> <li> 65. shared innovation Born in the web 1.0 world, signposting to physical content Legacy </li> <li> 66. shared innovation http://www.flickr.com/photos/16634670@N00/2310866391/ </li> <li> 67. shared innovation 1/3rd UK HE market, 1 million students </li> <li> 68. shared innovation Born in the web 3.0 world, integrating e-content deep into the learning workflow </li> <li> 69. shared innovation </li> <li> 70. shared innovation </li> <li> 71. shared innovation Getting to content can be hard </li> <li> 72. shared innovation http://www.oclc.org/news/releases/200844.htm http://www.ebrary.com/corp/newspdf/ebrary_student_survey.pdf http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slais/research/ciber/observatory/ Half the academic libraries surveyed indicated that their use of eBooks was to support their core reading lists 57% of those not using eBooks did not do so because they dont know where to find them Only 1.3% surveyed perceived easy to locate as an advantage the eBook </li> <li> 73. shared innovation today.... </li> <li> 74. shared innovation Not needed but use components </li> <li> 75. shared innovation But how do we bring it to life? </li> <li> 76. shared innovation </li> <li> 77. shared innovation soon.... </li> <li> 78. shared innovation Content at point of need </li> <li> 79. shared innovation Use network of millions of users to add value </li> <li> 80. shared innovation Just the start - imagine the other possibilities Research tools based on semantic searching, data sets, blah blah blah </li> <li> 81. shared innovation Dont have to be a big player to take part </li> <li> 82. shared innovation Free Open Day May 28th Register at: www.talis.com/aspire/events </li> <li> 83. shared innovation Were at the start of the next wave - start planning Even big players can get caught out - Microsoft vs. Google </li> <li> 84. shared innovation Questions? 28th May, Register at: www.talis.com/aspire/events </li> <li> 85. shared innovation TM </li> <li> 86. This work is Copyright 2008 Talis Group Limited. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License Full details at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ You are free: to Share to copy, distribute and transmit the work to Remix to adapt the work Under the following conditions: Attribution. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). <ul><li>For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. </li></ul><ul><li>Any of the above conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder.Nothing in this license impairs or restricts the author's moral rights. </li></ul><ul><li>Some Content in the work may be licensed under different terms, this is noted separately. </li></ul>shared innovation </li> </ul>