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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Re-integrating the library: WorldShare Management Services Matt Goldner Product & Technology Advocate OCLC
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Proliferation of communication devices One multipurpose device
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Manage Proliferation of library management tools Physical Stock Management Dis-integrated electronic management systems A to Z Journal list Database list Link Resolver E Resource Management Metasearch Cataloging OPAC (or 2 nd server) Circulation Acquisitions Serials Catalog & Access Unified Discovery
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. What if 1.Stop redundant data 2.Be where users are power of cooperative syndication 3.Streamline workflows based on cooperative management do things differently to gain capacity to do different things 4.Get control of e together management and access 5.This is true collaboration
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. So how do we solve this problem together?
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Re-integrating the library
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Move to one multipurpose system Physical Stock Management Cataloging OPAC (or 2 nd server) Circulation Acquisitions Serials 1.Removed server and client software 2.Move local database to WorldCat 3.Move circulation to the cloud 4.Move acquisitions to the cloud 5.Move serial management to the cloud 6.Integrate e Resource Management E Resource Management A to Z Journal list Database list Link Resolver Metasearch Aggregating multiple results
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Re-integrating the library
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. How components are moving 1.Removed server and client software 2.Replace local database with WorldCat 3.Move circulation to the cloud 4.Move acquisitions to the cloud 5.Crowd sourced serial management 6.Integrate e Resource Management 7.Unified discovery and access 8.Integrated knowledge base services 9.One central index OPAC (or 2 nd server) A to Z Journal list Database list Link Resolver Metasearch
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. The end result for the library Physical Stock Management Dis-integrated electronic management systems A to Z Journal list Database list Link Resolver E Resource Management Metasearch Cataloging OPAC (or 2 nd server) Circulation Acquisitions Serials
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Streamlined Workflows
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Ordering Complex to simple
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Receiving and Cataloging Complex to Simple Open box of materials In ILS click orders then receive orders Search orders by order number Find items in list and checkoff items that have arrived Click receive selected items Click to add invoice Add invoice numbers,vendor and date Click add invoice Add invoice lines one at a time Click pay invoice Log into Connexion Send to cataloging Find record and do editing and save Export saved records and download file Go to ILS,find file and import Run report and find MARC records loaded Alter call numberSend to labeling Open box of materials Send to labeling Go to Receive and Invoice Input invoice number and vendor and click Outstanding Items Scan ISBN,adjust call number and scan in item barcode Repeat for each item Send to cataloging Edits made to records ROI Survey 19 live over 6 months: Staff reallocation Several small academics: 1 FTE One medium academic: 3 FTE ROI Survey 19 live over 6 months: Staff reallocation Several small academics: 1 FTE One medium academic: 3 FTE
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Be where your users are
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. The Network effect App Gallery Platform Management Infrastructure Data Web Services Library Built Partner Built OCLC Built Cloud discovery EBSCO Ex Libris Social research EasyBib Wikipedia Academic search Google Scholar/Books Microsoft Academic Social reading Goodreads
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Collaboration at its best
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. Cooperative Maintenance: Many Hands Make Light Work MARC 001 741542486 008 110714s2012 xx 000 0 eng d 009 45931 040 | | a BTCTA b eng c BTCTA 020 | | a 9781451638172 020 | | a 1451638175 245 |00| a Armored. 260 | | b Baen Books c 2012. 300 | | a p. c cm. 720 | | a Adams, John Joseph 4 edt 938 | | a Baker and Taylor b BTCP n BK0010037460 MARC 001 741542486 008 110714s2012 xx 000 0 eng d 009 45931 040 | | a BTCTA b eng c BTCTA 020 | | a 9781451638172 020 | | a 1451638175 245 |00| a Armored. 260 | | b Baen Books c 2012. 300 | | a p. c cm. 720 | | a Adams, John Joseph 4 edt 938 | | a Baker and Taylor b BTCP n BK0010037460 Original Data Becomes this And all of this and this.
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. A rapidly growing community
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  • The worlds libraries. Connected. WorldShare Community at end of December