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1 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Current and Emerging Trends - a compilation - Libraries 2020

2 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Knowledge Management Discovery Creation Dissemination Evaluation What is Library service about?

3 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library OCLC (OCLC Online Computer Library Center) Academic Library Manifesto Support for the Research Process calls for academic libraries to “reassess all library job descriptions and qualifications to ensure that training and hiring encompass the skills, education, and experience needed to support new modes of research“ Information Society  Network Society Change is the only Constant in Life Let`s enjoy our accomplishments - but Libraries are early adopters of technologies

4 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library What do our users want? Change is driven by users‘ expectations Let‘s ask Abbey! Online-library That learns what I like Multimedia Everything quick and easy Be able to add my own stuff Share other peoples‘ stuff Do it all from my iPhone or eBook reader More mashed up contents Semantic tagging Real time information Augmented reality Geospacial tagging Interactive touch screen - AND I WANT IT NOW -

5 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Areas of Change Changes in higher education Bachelor/master courses Changes in technology Networking, ubiquitious computing, gesture based computing, cloud, grid Change in Communication needs Change in expectancy of experiencing: people are finding new ways to describe, explain, and interact with the world around them Communication and Interfacing Data Management, Dissemination and Data Mining Library as Learning Environment Collection Development

6 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Communication and Interfacing Mobile apps are no more the direct translation of the desktop/web applications to a mobile environment Apps in the sense off iphone or Android apps will dominate end user applications increasingly users will be coming to the library expecting to use their own devices rather than the library’s computers web experience can be tied to physical locations, as with QR codes more and more library technology infrastructure moves into the Cloud WorldCat, IT system hosting Augmented reality Gb/s Networks throughout the world Any kind of library alerts Catalogues and search engines using semantic techniques, including blogs and social networks

7 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library User interfaces might look different i.e. user friendly interfaces by Web 2.0/3.0 and social networking tools integrating library resources into user workflows building community around library resources helping users to manage their own library single interface to multiple resources Communication and Interfacing

8 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Communication and Interfacing – Ubiquitous Computing Mark Weiser : $ MHz, 20MIPS 2008: $ MHz, 20MIPS Everything you can buy will have an embedded microchip able to interact with the rest of the world … creating the „Internet of Things“

9 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Communication and Interfacing – The Internet of Things In computing, the Internet of things, also known as the Internet of objects, refers to the networked interconnection of everyday objects. It is described as a self-configuring wireless network of sensors whose purpose would be to interconnect all things. The concept is attributed to the former Auto-ID Center, founded in 1999, based at the time at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Wikipedia Web 1.0Universal Access to Knowledge Web 2.0Universal Access to Communication Applications Web 3.0Universal Access to Context Web x.xUniversal Access to the World around us - Sensors

10 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Communication and Interfacing – The Internet of Things – Spimes David Orban Spime is the name – coined by SF-author Bruce Sterling – of an object, knowing its own location in space and time (space and time  spime) having memory and computational capabilities containing some kind of sensors to perceive characteristics of themselves or the world around them Currently: # cell phones ~ # human beings (~10 9 ) Very soon: # sensors in autonomous agents  # human beings Intel CTO Justin Rattner: „very soon we shall have a trillion nodes world-network (10 18 ) around“

11 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Communication and Interfacing – Spimes – already around Robot vacuum cleaner finds it‘s power station by itself and knows when it‘s time to go there … and moreRobot vacuum cleaner finds it‘s power station by itself and knows when it‘s time to go there … and more: The beginnings of car-to-car commuication: Volvo Distance Alert System Pachube (pronounced „PATCH-bay“) is a data brokerage platform for the internet of things, managing millions of datapoints per day from thousands of individuals, organisations & companies around the world Spimes in a library books knowing and communicating when to be taken back to the library free chair making itself known to a meandering student – i.e. to his/her cell phone - looking for a place in the library

12 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Data Management, Dissemination and Data Mining up to now: provision of published data - books, journals, databases Present and future: Provision of all kinds of data … published, non-published, multimedia, primary research data Analysis of all kinds of data … data mining Dissemination of all kinds of data … publishing consultancy, open access, repositories cloud

13 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Data Management, Dissemination and Data Mining - Catalogues “Up to now librarians are committed to building their own ‘information ecosystem’ that is self-contained and pure and free from contaminants, like a locally-owned, socially conscious information utility” Social bookmarking services will become more relevant Interfaces might look different gesture based touch screen voice recognition based

14 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Data Management, Dissemination and Data Mining - Catalogues Open catalogue Visualisation of information spaces Connection between our catalogues and 3D learning tools 3D Printer and an application → Cornell History Book Projekt

15 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Data Management, Dissemination and Data Mining – Research Support Data management support Curation and management of research/institutional outputs E-research support Virtual research environments Digital repositories Publishing consultancy service Open access, copyright, publishing Plagiarism Social responsibility of libraries: free access to knowledge

16 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Library as Learning Environment Integrated learning environment adding writing, tutoring, and media centres to provide multiple academic support services in one convenient locationadding writing, tutoring, and media centres to provide multiple academic support services in one convenient location Finding a balance that serves all clientele Virtual space in the library expands Pervasive presence of the library on Campus marketing Social/soft skills

17 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Library as Learning Environment Information Literacy  Transliteracy Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks Globalisation Language skills Collaboration between libraries Collaboration within the university/college/polytechnic/institution: embedded librarianCollaboration within the university/college/polytechnic/institution: embedded librarian Transforming the user experience

18 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library Collection Development Budget pressures  We shall have to do more with less We shall have to do more with less  efficiency efficiency Preference for electronic access In some decades from now perhaps e-only will have replaced (almost) all print material Patron driven collection development models Pay per view acquisition on multiple access Licensing issues course e-reserves course management systems

19 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library … so what?! Libraries will provide a context of collaboration and communication constantly embed services into their patrons‘ workflows have an organisational structure that is fluent and flexible Librarians will be proficient in essential methods of knowledge management and share them be creative, soft skilled, experimental and open be lifelong learners Online services will be as important as services in the library building The libraries toolset for knowledge management will be comprehensive up to date  in 2020 ff

20 Technische Universität München Universitätsbibliothek November 2010 Dr. Reiner Kallenborn Technische Universität München Library … and much more! Thank you for your attention !


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