The most effective method to set up an European Computerized Library Olaf D. Janssen The European Library Office The Hag.


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Instructions to set up an European Advanced Library Olaf D. Janssen The European Library Office The Hague, The Netherlands. ICADL Dec 2007. Structure of presentation. 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it function?
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Step by step instructions to set up an European Digital Library Olaf D. Janssen The European Library Office The Hague, The Netherlands ICADL Dec 2007

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Structure of presentation 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it work? 3. TEL as premise for European Digital Library (EDL) 3.1 Introduction to EDL 3.2 Strenghts of TEL 3.3 Weaknesses of TEL 4. From TEL to EDL – late advancements

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Structure of presentation 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it work? 3. TEL as premise for European Digital Library (EDL) 3.1 Introduction to EDL 3.2 Strenghts of TEL 3.3 Weaknesses of TEL 4. From TEL to EDL – late improvements

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1. National libraries in Europe – applicable organizations European Union (EU) - Founded 1992 - 27 individuals states - Major venture funder More  www.eu.int Council of Europe (CoE) - Founded 1949 - 47 part states, 800M individuals - Aim: to accomplish a more noteworthy solidarity between its individuals. More  www.coe.int

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1. National libraries in Europe National libraries By law 1 for every nation (Russia & Italy 2) Roles: D epo sit library ( national bibliogra phy) Scientific library Sometimes additionally college library (eg FI, SI) Preserving , overseeing & opening country a l cultur al legacy (archives) Promoting & supporting national & worldwide co-operation Research & advancement ( national & global)

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1. National libraries in Europe National libraries in Europe National library  e.g. English Library 47 official national libraries – 45 nations (Council of Europe) 20y joint effort, agreement & trust Since 1987, since 1995 online Latest community undertaking is The European Library

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1. National libraries in Europe More data: www.theeuropeanlibrary.org/libraries

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Commercial break

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another presentation

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Architecture of Europe’s National Libraries

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Is currently live !!!

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www.TheEuropeanLibrary.org/display This business break was supported by TheEuropeanLibrary.org

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Structure of presentation 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it work? 3. TEL as premise for European Digital Library (EDL) 3.1 Introduction to EDL 3.2 Strenghts of TEL 3.3 Weaknesses of TEL 4. From TEL to EDL – late improvements 5. Tentative arrangements

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Structure of presentation 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it work? 3. TEL as premise for European Digital Library (EDL) 3.1 Introduction to EDL 3.2 Strenghts of TEL 3.3 Weaknesses of TEL 4. From TEL to EDL – late improvements 5. Tentative arrangements

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TheEuropeanLibrary.org = - administration of every one of the 47 European national libraries - to give access to their - inventories & computerized accumulations - by means of 1 focal multi-lingual web interface - (= entrance) 2.1 Introduction to The European Library What is The European Library?

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www.TheEuropeanLibrary.org

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2.1 Introduction to The European Library Background Origin in 2001: 2.5y achievability study financed by EU Intended to make operational administration from begin so strategy for success was a piece of practicality study TheEuropeanLibrary.org is live since March 2005 Funded by the national libraries ( NOT EU) Development + support by The European Library Office (Netherlands – 9 FTE)

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2.1 Introduction to The European Library Vision “Provision of equivalent access to advance overall comprehension of the lavishness and differing qualities of European learning and culture.” “The European Library exists to open up the universe of information, data and society of all Europe\'s national libraries” Mission

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2.1 Introduction to The European Library 9 Members of The European Library – year by year 2005 : Netherlands, Switzerland, UK, Finland, France, Germany, Portugal, Italy-Florence, Italy-Rome 2006 : Malta, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Estonia, Poland, Slovakia Austria, Serbia, Croatia, Denmark 2007 : Belgium, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Russia-Moscow end 2008 : Bulgaria & Romania end 2008 : Albania, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Georgia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Ukraine end 2008 : Turkey + Russia-StPetersburg 23 33 35 43 45

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2.1 Introduction to The European Library What’s great about The European Library For end-clients Have incorporated access (1-stop-shop) to indexes & computerized accumulations of national libraries of Europe Quality-controlled profound web assets 310+ accumulations - 170M bibliographic records - millions advanced items For the national libraries International showcase for accumulations Wider access to their accumulations & substance Combined political mass  more noteworthy promoting and arrangement power.

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Structure of presentation 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it work? 3. TEL as premise for European Digital Library (EDL) 3.1 Introduction to EDL 3.2 Strenghts of TEL 3.3 Weaknesses of TEL 4. From TEL to EDL – late advancements 5. Feasible arrangements

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2.2 Demo – seeking in The European Library www.theeuropeanlibrary.org

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Homepage in English

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Homepage in Icelandic …. then again 23 different dialects

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2.2 Demo – seeking in The European Library 1. Essential inquiry

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Movie from Hungary about Vietnam

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Photo from Austria about Vietnam

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2.2 Demo – looking in The European Library 2. Themed pursuit Theme = religion

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Photo from The Netherlands about religion in Hanoi

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2.2 Demo – looking in The European Library 3. Pursuit all accumulations from Estonia (in Estonian interface)

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2.2 Demo – seeking in The European Library End of demo

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Structure of presentation 1. National libraries in Europe 2. The European Library (TEL) 2.1 What is it? 2.2 Demo 2.3 How can it work? 3. TEL as premise for European Digital Library (EDL) 3.1 Introduction to EDL 3.2 Strenghts of TEL 3.3 Weaknesses of TEL 4. From TEL to EDL – late improvements 5. Feasible arrangements

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2. The European Library 2.3 How can it work? Regular norms C. Accumulation depictions A. Access conventions B. Metadata D. Multilingual access

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2. The European Library 2.3 How can it work? Regular measures C. Accumulation depictions A. Access conventions B. Metadata D. Multilingual access

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2.3.A Access conventions in The European Library The European Library = cross breed entrance = combined inquiry instrument Overall objective of The European Library = COLLABORATION  L ow usage hindrance for libraries is key!! TEL uses understood access conventions OAI-PMH Z39.50 SRU OpenURL The European Library gateway questions  100 reaped accumulations in 1 focal list  by means of OAI-PMH  210 remote accumulations  vi a Z39.50 & SRU

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2.2.A Access conventions in The European Library Techniques/conventions utilized (1) 1) OAI-PMH ( O pen A rchives I nitiative P rotocol for M etadata H arvesting) OAI empowered accumulations have their metadata gathered, filed and put away in TEL focal file Queries in these accumulations are inquiries in TEL focal record!

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2.2.A Access conventions in The European Library Techniques/conventions utilized (2,3) 2) SRU ( S earch R etrieve by means of U rl) SRU empowered accumulations are questioned on-the-fly utilizing this convention  Direct correspondence with TEL-entrance 3) Z39.50 empowered accumulations are questioned on-the-fly through a Z39.50/SRU door Z39.50/SRU passage = interpreter

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2.2.A Access conventions in The European Library Techniques/conventions utilized (4) 4) OpenURL for connecting to outer webservices

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2.2.A Access conventions in The European Library Techniques/conventions utilized (5) 5) AJAX Allows for program page to be overhauled without reloading the page Re-composing of entryway interface in client picked dialect Executing unified hunts crosswise over picked accumulations and upgrading the pages with returned results ( A synchronous J avaScript A nd X ml)

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2. The European Library 2.3 How can it work? Regular principles C. Gathering portrayals A. Access conventions B. Metadata D. Multilingual access

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2.2.B Metadata in The European Library All 170M records in The European Library are in same metadata group!! Metadata  TEL Application Profile - for Objects Basis = Dublin Core + Expanded with components from other metadata sets + C ustom TEL components

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Dublin Core

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2.2.B Metadata in The European Library More data about metadata The European Library Handbook  www.theeuropeanlibrary.org/handbook

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2. The European Library 2.3 How can it work? Normal measures C. Gathering depictions A. Access conventions B. Metadata D. Multilingual access

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2.2.C Collection portrayals in The European Library All 310 gathering depictions in The European Library are in same configuration!! Accumulation depictions  TEL Application Profile - for Collecti

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