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Ohio University Libraries Technology Vision

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Carrie Preston

on 22 March 2013

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Transcript of Ohio University Libraries Technology Vision

New Media Consortium Horizon Reports Mobile
Cloud Computing Augmented Reality
Gesture-Based Computing
Game-Based Learning
Learning Analytics Internet of Things
3D Printing
Wearable Technology Now projected "On the horizon" for a while now Already Here Tablets
Visual Data Analysis
User Generated Content ...sort of "The information
landscape in academic
libraries has changed
rapidly in recent years." ACRL 2012 Top Trends
In Academic Libraries Information Technology
Mobile Environments
User Behaviors and Expectations Data Curation
Digital Preservation
Patron Driven E-Book Acquisition Communicating Value
Higher Education
Scholarly Communication
Staffing The Libraries will be a dynamic gateway
for the discovery, creation and exchange
of knowledge, enabling students, faculty
and staff to realize their promise and
achieve excellence OU Libraries Vision Develop a virtual presence
that supports self-service
and connects our learning
community to library staff Leverage user-centered assessment
to tailor library processes, technologies
and services physical computing infrastructure
secure sufficient support
strategic decision-making a dynamic gateway = a unified assembly
of many pieces
leverage vendors where it makes sense
(including cloud services/hosting) web site remains the official public face
longitudinal assessment
planned revision schedule Pew Research Center, 2011 Ohio University incoming freshman, 2012 ILS still a foundation
for other services
keep technology up to date
manage metadata
to support access Book designed by John Caserta from The Noun Project
Cell Phone designed by Andrew Forrester from The Noun Project
Cloud from The Noun Project
College designed by Saman Bemel-Benrud from The Noun Project
Computer designed by iconoci from The Noun Project
Coordinated Assessment designed by United Nations OCHA from The Noun Project
Data File designed by iconoci from The Noun Project
Gears designed by Dima Yagnyuk from The Noun Project
Geolocation collaboration by Karen McGrane, Josh Clark & Aliona Katz from The Noun Project
Globe designed by Proletkult Graphik from The Noun Project
Goggles designed by Simon Child from The Noun Project
Hand designed by Michele Zamparo from The Noun Project
Infographic designed by Rob Gill from The Noun Project
Landscape designed by Markus Koltringer from The Noun Project
Layers designed by Cody Lawson from The Noun Project
Library designed by Pieter J. Smits from The Noun Project
Line Graph designed by Scott Lewis from The Noun Project
Magazine designed by Nicholas Menghini from The Noun Project
Money designed by Karthick Nagarajan from The Noun Project
Museum designed by Michael V. Suriano from The Noun Project
RFID Tag designed by Nate Eul from The Noun Project
Services and Tools designed by United Nations OCHA from The Noun Project
Shinto Gate designed by Michael Huang from The Noun Project
Staff Management designed by United Nations OCHA from The Noun Project
Sunrise from The Noun Project
Tablet designed by Michael Martin-Smucker from The Noun Project
User from The Noun Project
Video Game Controller designed by Julia Soderberg from The Noun Project Ohio University Libraries Technology Vision Carrie Preston
March 26, 2013 http://www.thenounproject.com/ "Convenience affects all aspects of information seeking—the selection, accessibility,
and use of sources."
wide selection of resources
findability/accessibility (e.g. discovery layers)
includes human sources (e.g. social media, chat reference) "discovery layers" and link resolvers
a stop on the path to ???
leverage consortium leadership
watch ongoing developments mobile
user studies needed
determine essential features
explore alternatives locally generated content
digital collections
research guides
blogs... OU Libraries technologies and information resources dynamic gateway users see: discovery
web site
mobile integrating pieces built from subscription resources
applications (libguides, chat, ILL...)
content (digital collections, blog...) solid foundations ILS
infrastructure/OIT relations on OU Libraries technology vision this presentation: http://www.ohio.edu/people/prestonc
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