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2013North Carolina Serials Conference

Rachel L. Frick

Director, Digital Library Federation

Council on Library and information Resources

What

Who

Where

Why

How


My Perspective

o
Serialist,Vendor
, NC
-
AHEC circuit librarian,
TechServices
, Digitization, Federal grants officer,

o
Community Builder


Current organization

o
CLIR


Council on Library and Information Resources


The DLF


Digital
L
ibrary Federation

o
@CLIRDLF
www.diglib.org


Preamble

There is a lot going on…


Shared Print Archives


Open Access


DPLA


DPN


APTrust


DDA, PDA,


RDA & RDA


BibFRAME


Linked Data


Its an exciting time to be a
Librarian. Really.

“It

s the end of the world as we know it


(And I feel fine).”~R.E.M.

…and it’s just Beginning

..

“I believe that we are at the threshold. But
just at the very threshold

the very
beginning. The incunabula period of the
digital age.”


T. Scott
Plutchak

Breaking the Barriers of Time and Space

J Med
Libr

Assoc.

2012 January;

100(1): 10

19.

doi
:

10.3163/1536
-
5050.100.1.004

The Network…

…changes
Everything


Multiple Communities


Interdisciplinarity



Leverage Local Expertise



Amplifies Local Excellence



Networked,
Lee
Raine

& Barry Wellman



Almost EVERY presentation by
Lorcan

Dempsey since
2005
,(a good one is from a LIBER symposium in 2008
-

http://
www.oclc.org
/content/dam/research/presentations/
dempsey
/
lir.
ppt

Collaboration /Scale

Continuum of Collaboration,
Gunter
Waible

http://
www.oclc.org
/research/publications/library/2010/2010
-
09.pdf


Macro
-
Solutions


Above Campus Services

John Wilkin, Paul Courant,
Educause

Review
, August 2010



Service as Infrastructure



DataOne
, DPN,
HathiTrust
, shared print
archives



CLIR
annual Report 2009
-
2010
http://www.clir.org/pubs/annual/previous
-
annual
-
reports/annual_archive.html/
10annrep.pdf




Cloud Library


Distributed Shared Print Network

o
Made possible by
HathiTrust

o
OCLC Cloud Library Report, C.
Malpas

o
Report


Print Management at Mega
-
Scale
http://www.oclc.org/research/publications/library/2012/2012
-
05r.html



ReCAP

-

http://recap.princeton.edu/



WEST
-

http://www.cdlib.org/services/west/about/



ASERL / University of Florida: US
Gov

Docs

o
http://www.aserl.org/programs/gov
-
doc/



Maine Shared Print
-

http://www.maineinfonet.net/mscs/



Organizational Node: Center for Research Libraries

o
Print Archive Community Forum

http://www.crl.edu/archiving
-
preservation/print
-
archives/forum


DPLA
-

Hubs Pilot

Data


Data Driven Decision Making



Research Data


big and small



Data
Curation




Library Collections as Data



Linked (Open)Data


Collections as Data

http://chrniclingamerica.loc.gov
/


Collection Data
Mashup

http://www.stanford.edu/group/ruralwest/cgi
-
bin/drupal/visualizations/us_newspapers


O
pen

“A piece of data or
content is

open
if

Anyone

is
free

to
use, reuse
and
redistribute

data
and/or content


subject
only
, at most,
to the requirement to
attribute and/ or
share
-
alike”.

http://
www.flickr.com
/photos/
cornelluniversitylibrary
/3855920935/

Open for Business


Walters museum

o
Donated 19,000
frelly

licensed images to Wikimedia




Rijks

museum /Studio

Not Business as Usual


Its All Local

o
“Local
Collections

are
the

Dark

matter

of

a
Linked

Data world” ~ Susan
Hildreth
,
Director

IMLS,
DPLAWest

2012



Bringing your Community to the world


Turning
Collection Development Inside Out,
Dorthea

Salo
.

http://vimeo.com/20019850



Broaden you scope



Allow for
Serendipty

It

s
our mission



The Mission of Librarians is to Improve
Society through Facilitating Knowledge
Creation in their
Communities

R. David
Lankes

Atlas of New
Librariship

http://
www.newlibrarianship.org
/
wordpress
/


Service Turn

“Defining distinctive services with the clarity with which
we have defined distinctive collections allows us to
acknowledge that the 21st century will be marked by
different, but equally valid, definitions of excellence in
academic libraries, and that the manner in which
individual libraries demonstrate excellence will be
distinctive to the service needs
, and to the
opportunities to address those needs, found on each
campus.”

Scott Walter. “Distinctive Signifiers of Excellence”: Library Services and
the Future of the Academic Library.
Coll. & res.
libr
.

January 2011

72:6
-

Library or Librarianship?


Its not about the books



We need to choose:
the building or the
communities ?



A degree does not
define us

Librarians needed



David Weinberger


Too Big to Know


http
://www.toobigtoknow.com
/



Bethany
Nowviskie



Too Small
to
Fail

http
://nowviskie.org/2012/too
-
small
-
to
-
fail
/



Alistair
Croll



A Billion Bad Librarians

http
://erl2013.sched.org/event/393e3c246af45e565c
7314e6f097467a#.
UUE9A1t35XA





Be
part*
of the c
onversation

http://
www.flickr.com
/photos/
marcwathieu
/2979581445/


Conversations build new Knowledge

o
Engage, Listen, resist the urge to broadcast



Talk to someone new



Contribute constructively



Snark

less, listen more


Librarians without
Borders


Roam where you want to



Get out of the Box



Don

t be pigeonholed



Be a traveller, stay curious



Generation Flux

o
http://www.fastcompany.com/generation
-
flux

o
#
genflux

It’s up to you




Who do you follow?

How do you lead?

http://
www.flickr.com
/photos/
viggum
/3214219190/

Makers

Thanks

Rachel L. Frick

Director, Digital Library Federation

www.Diglib.org

/ @CLIRDLF


@
rlfrick