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Joining it all up: Information management in a virtual world Kate Fernie HEIRNET
Historic Environment Information Resources Network HEIRNET
What is an HEIR anyway?
Problems for users: HEIRNET Where do you begin? Lots of separate resources Analogue & digital Variable promotion
HEIRNET Joining it all up: first steps
Joining it all up: next steps
CANMORESCRAN ADS Portable Antiquities
Joined up doing = interoperability HEIRNET PAS Canmore ADS SCRAN Content Happy User HEIRPORTHEIRPORT Single access point Network services Aggregate content Standards…
Interoperability = Standards Z39.50, Dublin Core, Bath profile, CIMI profile, XML etc. Semantics Agreement between partners How are we doing it? HEIRNET Target specification:
How difficult it is? Technology is tried & tested Standards exist Becoming easier to implement The content is there HEIRNET But…
Whose portal is it anyway? Interoperability = people Decision makers Techies Curators Users HEIRNET
Decision makers Strategy Bid for resources Staff training & development Image Agree to collaborate HEIRNET
The curators Quality assure resources Develop vocabularies Mediate content Support users HEIRNET
Logs suggest good take up The user paradox Learning & teaching What is the market? Users HEIRNET
Strategic development Agreements between sectors Language Finding resources Issues HEIRNET
Any questions? HEIRNET Kate Fernie
HEIRPORT: an experimental portal for the historic environment Julian D Richards and colleagues, Archaeology Data Service.
HEIRNET, the Historic Environment Information Resources Network, was formed in 1998 by the Council for British Archaeology with the National Monuments.
H E I R N E T Historic Environment Information Resources Network.
An Interoperable Portal for the Historic Environment Tony Austin, Julian Richards Archaeology Data Service, Department of Archaeology,
UKOLN is supported by: The JISC Information Environment Metadata Schema Registry (IEMSR): Update DC-2006, Manzanillo, Mexico October 3-6, 2006 Rachel Heery.
A centre of expertise in digital information management IMS Digital Repositories Interoperability Andy Powell UKOLN,
Thinking collectively : approaching collection-level description Collection Description Focus Workshop 1 Staff House, UMIST, Manchester 1 November 2001.
CREE Contextual Resource Evaluation Environment Stewart Waller (Archaeology Data Service,
A centre of expertise in digital information management UKOLN: providing support to the RSCs. Dr Liz Lyon, Director RSC Managers Meeting.
Towards consensus on collection-level description Collection Description Focus Briefing Day 1 British Library, St Pancras, London 22 October 2001 Bridget.
National Library of New Zealand : strategies for interoperability: metadata projects and activities Karen Rollitt Douglas Campbell DCMI Localisation and.
Interoperability: The Digital Library Holy Grail Roy Tennant escholarship.cdlib.org/rtennant/presentations/ala2000/exlibris/
Andy Powell, Eduserv Foundation July 2006 Repository Roadmap – technical issues.
UK DATA ARCHIVE Louise Corti, ODAF April UK Data Archive an internationally-renowned centre of expertise in data acquisition, preservation, dissemination.
Joint Information Systems Committee Digital Library Services BL/JISC Workshop Rachel Bruce JISC Programme Director The Digital Library and its Services,
Collection-level description & the Information Landscape: users evaluate strategies for resource discovery Collection Description Focus Workshop 5 Cambridge,
The Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS) Kevin Schürer ESDS/UKDA ESDS Awareness Day 5 December 2003.
Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting Higher and Further Education DNER Collections Group Update on new developments Catherine Grout Collections.
1 Interoperating: What, Why, and Towards How Paul Miller Interoperability Focus UK Office for Library & Information Networking (U KOLN )
MICHAEL and the European Digital Library: promoting teaching, learning and research The MICHAEL Project is funded under the European Commission eTEN Programme.
Collection-level description & collection management: tool for the trade or information trade-off? Collection Description Focus Workshop 4 Newcastle, 8.
Collections and services in the information environment JISC Collection/Service Description Workshop, London, 11 July 2002 Pete Johnston UKOLN, University.
DC8 Ottawa, October 4-6, 2000 Rachel Heery UKOLN, University of Bath Application Profiles: managing metadata.
UKOLN is supported by: Future-proofing the Technology – Addressing the Challenge Dr Liz Lyon, UKOLN, University of Bath, UK Collaboration for Sustainability.
Dublin Core and the Cultural Heritage Paul Miller UK Interoperability Focus
Metadata and the UK Data Archive CESSDA Expert Seminar Odense September 2008 Margaret Ward Lenin Ageer.
Portal proliferation: Good, Bad, or just Confused? Paul Miller 17 June 2003.
Cloud of Clouds for UK public sector. Cloud Services Integrator.
Bath Profile – 4 years on A perspective of Z39.50 and the Bath Profile from a commercial systems provider. 8 th July 2003.
SMRs, Users and the Web Kate Fernie HEIRNET. SMRs on the Web Finding your site Search engines Using your site.
JISC Information Environment Service Registry (IESR) Amanda Hill, Pete Johnston, Ann Apps.
The metadata challenge for libraries: a view from Europe Michael Day UKOLN: The UK Office for Library and Information Networking, University of Bath
ESDS - a new service Kevin Schürer, Director, ESDS/UKDA.
An overview of collection-level metadata Applications of Metadata BCS Electronic Publishing Specialist Group, Ismaili Centre, London, 29 May 2002 Pete.
Supporting Further and Higher Education Building the UK National Information Environment - Lessons from the Past and Pointers To the Future Norman Wiseman.
1 QA Focus – Supporting JISC's Digital Library Programmes QA For Metadata: Conclusions Brian Kelly and Amanda Closier UKOLN Gareth Knight AHDS
UKOLN is supported by: Introduction to UKOLN Dr Liz Lyon, Director UKOLN, University of Bath, UK Grand Challenge Meeting, June a centre.
Putting the Pieces Together Grace Agnew Slide User Description Rights Holder Authentication Rights Video Object Permission Administration.
Metadata-based Discovery: Experience in Crystallography UKOLN is supported by: Monica Duke UKOLN, University of Bath, UK A centre of.
Supporting Further and Higher Education Collection description as Middleware The Information Environment Service Registry (IESR) Rachel Bruce, Information.
Possible Developments in Resource Discovery & National Directories. Paris, 6 July Metadata for interoperable cultural content: a personal viewpoint.
The DNER - a national digital library Andy Powell ZIG Meeting, York October 2001 UKOLN, University of Bath UKOLN is funded by Resource:
Open Archive Forum ECDL2001, (c) Susanne Dobratz, Humboldt-University1 European Support for Open Archives Susanne Dobratz Humboldt-University.
Kate Fernie. MLA MLA is the national development agency for museums, libraries and archives –advises government on policy and priorities for the sector.
The Institute for Learning and Research Technology is a national centre of excellence in the development and use of technology-based methods in teaching,
Thinking collectively: resource disclosure through collection-level description mda Conference Common Threads, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 6 September 2002.
Sarojads Services Saroj Ads is the best Ad Agency to facilitate the customers and marketers to meet at a place and it avail the facility to sell out their.
Metadata, the CARARE Aggregation service and 3D ICONS Kate Fernie, MDR Partners, UK.
The University Library in the Campus Strategic Goals, Initiatives and Metrics Fall 2013.
1 Interoperability: What, Why, and some How Dr. Paul Miller Interoperability Focus UK Office for Library & Information Networking (U KOLN )
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