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Introduction I.Discovery Context II.Content Decisions III.Future Directions IV.Ingesting EAD into Primo.

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2 Introduction I.Discovery Context II.Content Decisions III.Future Directions IV.Ingesting EAD into Primo

3 Considering Discovery Repository Digital Collections Catalog Select Resources Webscale Engine

4 How We Prioritize Strategic –E–Exposing content (Digital Collections, Repository, etc.) Performance –O–Organization of metadata (Hathi Trust, CRL) Analytics –S–Search behavior (Services, Information, People) Feedback –H–Heuristics, Patterns

5 Strategic- Local Collections Why? – User Expectations – Serendipitous discovery and general visibility of silo-ed collections Example: Polievktov-Nikoladze Family Papers

6 Digital Repository – Fedora (Plurality of Ontologies) RDF/Dublin Core – VRA Core – Darwin Core – PB Core Digitized Collections Image Collections – Lantern Slides (VRA Core) Strategic Resources

7 Strategic Resources (cntd) Archival Collections – University Archives (EAD) – Institute for Latino Studies (EAD) – Special Collections (EAD)

8 Google Analytics April, 2014

9 Event Tracking, Search Terms

10 What is a library resource?

11 Analyzing Terms ~ 50 library hours, branches ~ 30 ILL, interlibrary loan

12 Search Statistics 720,000+ searches (May 1, 2013 – April 30, 2014) – 87 n ≥ 50, 0.01% – 250 n ≥ 30, 0.03% – 7981 n ≥ 5, 1.1% – 24,971 n ≥ 2, 3.5%

13 Behavior ≥ When and From Where

14 Services in Primo Interlibrary Loan (login) Get articles, books, and other materials from other libraries.

15 How External System – CMS – Inject Structure Metadata, Load Primo? – API and Tile – New “Result Bar”

16 Outline – Stuff to talk about I.Introduction II.Types of non-MARC data I.Ead II.Vra-core III.Dublin Core IV.Homemade (e.g., directory data)

17 Outline 2 III.What we did (EAD) IV.How we did it I.Who did it II.Pipe components I.Data source II.Normalization rules III.Data source I.Fedora II.Packaging data

18 IV. How we did it (cont.) I.Process – talk about testing, etc. II.Need to set up a directory for the records you will load (primodata/…) III.Getting that first record to load. Don’t need many rules in place to start. IV.Note somewhere that files are tarred & gziped.(.tar.gz)

19 Outline 3 V.UI issues I.Not much, but we made a cool icon VI.What else we would like to do i.Architecture Lantern Slides (vra core) ii.University Archives (ead) iii.Institute for Latino Studies (ead) iv.Institutional Repository (not sure, Dublin Core?)

20 IV. How we did it

21 IV.2 Pipe components Pipe Configuration Wizzard 1.File Splitter (not part of the wizard, but do first) 2.Data Sources Configuration 1.Give it a name 2.Give it a code  Warning: the code can never be changed

22 File Splitter Two Mapping Tables – File Splitters – File Splitters Params

23 EAD in Primo

24 Checklist  File Splitter  Data Source  Normalization Rules  Pipe Definition

25 File Splitter com.exlibris.primo.publish.platform. harvest.splitters.generic.DomXmlSplitter

26 Record File RBSC-MSSP5000 RBSC-MSSP5000:428 Entire EAD record goes here

27 File Splitter Parameters

28 Data Source

29 Normalization

30 Define Pipe

31 Normalization Rules PNXEAD

32 EAD Structure – eadheader fred_l._steers_papers Guide to the Fred L. Steers Papers George Rugg MSSP 5000 Department of Special Collections, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame July 2013 Finding aid encoded in EAD, version 2002 by Tracy Bergstrom, 2007 Finding aid written in English

33 EAD Structure – archdesc Collection Summary Fred L. Steers papers 1916-1967 MSSP 5000 Steers, Fred L. (Fred Llewellyn), 1887-1967 6 containers, 1 flat storage container, and 2 bound items; 8 linear feet. Collection material in English. The athletic papers and attendant printed matter of Chicagoan Fred L. Steers, deriving from his years of administrative service to the Central Association of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, the national AAU, and the American Olympic Committee. The collection includes substantial materials on the Olympic Games of 1928 (Amsterdam), 1932 (Los Angeles), and 1936 (Berlin), all of which Steers attended as manager of the U.S. women's track and field team. Fred Llewellyn Steers was born in Chicago on 27 May 1887, the son of W. B. and Lily Steers; his father worked as a clerk in a department store. He was a graduate of Englewood High School (1906) and the University of Notre Dame (LL.B., 1911). After being admitted to the Illinois Bar he opened a law office in Chicago (1 May 1913); he would maintain his Chicago practice for many decades. On 8 July 1914 Steers married Maye Miller of Chicago. The couple established a residence in Beverly Hills on Chicago's South Side; Steers would remain in Beverly for most of …

34 Title - RBSC-MSSP5000 RBSC-MSSP5000:428 + Guide to the Fred L. Steers Papers George Rugg Collection Summary Fred L. Steers papers

35 Creator Field - Collection Summary - Steers, Fred L. (Fred Llewellyn), 1887-1967 ead/archdesc/did/origination /persname[not(@altrender='forename')]

36 XML – Language Collection material in English ead/archdesc/did/langmaterial/language Collection material in English

37 Complex XML – Language Collection material in English ead/archdesc/did/langmaterial/language/ @langcode eng

38 Title - RBSC-MSSP5000 RBSC-MSSP5000:428 + Guide to the Fred L. Steers Papers George Rugg Collection Summary Fred L. Steers papers

39 Sample Record

40 Next Steps  Index full container list  Additional EAD sources – Institute for Latino Studies – University Archives

41 Issue: Should this be online access? I.e., should there be an access online tab? – We decided no. The record is for the thing (the papers in the box). The primo record is not a record of the finding aid.

42 Thank You


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