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1 Library 2.0 and OCLC Eric Childress Consulting Project Manager OCLC Programs & Research Amigos Tecnología aplicada: innovación en los servicios bibliotecarios Cholula, Puebla, México 5 September 2008 Amigos 2008

2 Outline About OCLC About OCLC Programs & Research The Network Environment Library 2.0 OCLC applications and activities

3 About OCLC and OCLC Programs & Research

4 OCLC Founded 1967 in Ohio, U.S.A. Non-profit Offices located in 10 countries Mexico: OCLC Mexico Dedicated to public purposes: Reduce the rate of rise of library costs Further access to information Worlds largest library cooperative 69,000 libraries 112 countries

5 OCLC Services

6 WorldCat Number of bibliographic records: 110 Million How often a record is added: Every 10 seconds Number of holdings: 1.3 Billion Number of countries represented: 112 countries and territories around the world Number of languages and dialects represented: More than 470 How often a request is filled through WorldCat Resource Sharing: Every 4 seconds

7 Mexican Library Collections in WorldCat Statistical study by Dr. Brian Lavoie (OCLC Research) July 2008 Mexican libraries in OCLC: 173 Materials published in Mexico (in WorldCat): 582,591 Original WorldCat records contributed by Mexican institutions: 269,435 Total holdings in WorldCat attached to Mexican-contributed records: 533,640 Spanish-language materials in WorldCat: 3,601,796 Spanish-language bibliographic records: 650,487

8 OCLC Programs & Research OCLC Research Leading applied research center Devoted to supporting OCLCs public mission Conducts academic research Builds prototypes Works on standards Assists OCLC new product development work RLG Programs Partnership of OCLC with leading research libraries, archives, museums agencies in 14 countries Explores issues important to research institutions Staff have expertise in special collections, archives, museums, and the needs of scholars

9 The Network Environment

10 Digital Opportunity Index

11 Mexico – Telecommunications & Internet Landline telephones million (2006) Celluar phones: million (2007) Internet users as a % of population: 2000: 2.7% 2007: 21.3%

12 Top 20 visited Web sites worldwide Top Web properties worldwide by number of visitors - June 2008 (SEW)SEW

13 Top 10 Web sites in Mexico Top 10 Web properties (mobile Opera browser users) in Mexico - July 2008 (SMW)SMW

14 Library 2.0

15 Library 2.0 = the Web generations library Rethinking everything Library 2.0 is a state of mind Building Web 2.0 services: 24/7 access Web everywhere Portable devices Social tools User-contributed content Data mashups Perpetual beta Re-designing library space: Computer-friendly More space for people, less space for library stacks Moving books to storage Group use Gaming/entertainment spaces Food & drink allowed

16 flickr commons Launched January 16, 2008 with photographs from the Library of Congress Users comment and tag Additional information helps agency improve metadata for images Users can reuse images Public domain images Additional collections added: Bibliothèque de Toulouse (France) George Eastman House (U.S.) Powerhouse Museum (Australia) Smithsonian Institution (U.S.)

17 Sample OCLC Library 2.0 Activities WorldCat.org All of WorldCat on the Web Searchable Displays locations of libraries worldwide that own a copy of the title Social features: User Profiles Lists Toolbars and widgets FireFox search Facebook widgets WorldCat syndicated on the Web Google, Yahoo, etc. Links to WorldCat.org on Google Book Search, other sites WorldCat Identities Pages for each of 25 Million+ persons, organizations, fictious characters in WorldCat Links to WorldCat.org, Wikipedia, other sites APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) xISBN, xISSN, etc. WorldCat API

18 WorldCat.org

19 WorldCat.org Lists Registered users can create WorldCat lists User-created bibliographies on the Web Find items in WorldCat and add to one or more lists Add a note to each entry Export citations Lists may be private or public RSS feeds are available for use on blogs, etc.

20 WorldCat.org and Third Parties OCLC has made WorldCat bibliographic data available to selected third parties These third parties direct users to their local library by linking back to WorldCat.org HCI Bibliography

21 Google Book Search links to WorldCat.org

22 WorldCat.org Widgets OCLC has released small applications for WorldCat for: Browsers Blogs / Web sites Popular sites (e.g., facebook)

23 WorldCat in facebook Search WorldCat inside facebook Display results

24 See friends lists WorldCat Lists in facebook

25 WorldCat Identities Built by data mining WorldCat, Authority Files, more OCLC-generated pages for each of 25 Million+ persons, organizations, fictious characters in WorldCat Includes links to WorldCat.org, Wikipedia, other Web sites

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32 Further reading OCLC Programs and Research OCLC WorldCat Identities OCLC Grid Services OCLC Reports OCLC América Latina (Español)


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