Impact of Cyberinfrastructure on Grace Baysinger Large Research

Impact of Cyberinfrastructure on Grace Baysinger Large Research

Impact of Cyberinfrastructure on Grace Baysinger Large Research Libraries Stanford University [email protected] 2006 ACS National Fall Meeting How Library Collections are Changing

Migrating from print to digital Moving print copies to storage Buying digital versions of new and old materials

Linking to open access resources digitized by others Digitizing public domain and special collections materials Digital Collections @

Stanford

CA Legislative Journal Appendixes Corporation of Foreign Bondholders Douglas Menuez Photography Collection GATT Digital Library Joint Committee on Atomic Energy

Medieval and Modern Thought Through Text Digitization Project

R. Buckminster Fuller Collection Stanford Geological Survey Collection Stanford Historical

Photograph Collection Stanford University Publications SULAIR Books in the Public Domain Survey of Race Relations Collections in Major Research Libraries

Both/AND Both Print AND Digital Subjects and languages: broad range to support programmatic needs

Document Types: text, images, data, maps, scores, geospatial, multimedia, databases, etc. Content Providers: all countries, full range of content providers, including locally produced resources Collections in Major

Research Libraries Quality: highly-curated, peerreviewed, compiled, predicted Access: desktop, onsite, storage, restricted, single-/multi- institution, open access

Importance: unique, core, important, useful, on-demand Preservation: high, medium, low Collection Development/Management During

Transition Period Primary functions of library: acquire, organize, make accessible, preserve Print: acquire/pay, catalog, access control, shelve, provide long-term access, usage data from circulation

statistics Digital: acquire/pay, catalog, level of access, conditions of use and IP rights, ingest/link, and store, preserve and/or refresh, usage data from many sources Collection Development/Management During

Transition Period Paving the road as we drive on it Digital Infrastructure Needed

Digital Repository Content Management System Digital Preservation Program

Discovery and Analysis Tools Personalization and social software tools Users User Behavior & Needs

Shifting Broad spectrum of user skills but increasingly savvy Increased competition for time Learn at point of need E-only anytime, anywhere Interdisciplinary research Collaboration Grid computing

Resources and Tools Social software Portals or Channels

Personalization KM Tools Staff Wiki via Confluence Bioresearch Portal @ Med Lib

Bioresearch Portal @ Med Lib Bioresearch Portal @ Med Lib NYAS Science Alliance NYAS Channels Resource Discovery

Quick and easy vs. comprehensive Interfaces smart and adaptive Federated searching vs. easy

transfer of query from one engine to another Locally stored vs. remote access Visualization/data-mining of results

Columbia University eResources NCSU Library Catalog via Endeca NCSU Library Catalog via Endeca NCSU Library Catalog via Endeca

NCSU Library Catalog via Endeca Databases Integrated Search Graphical Interfaces Integrated

Searches Federated Searches CAS SciFinder Scholar Search Plus via LANL

Search Plus via LANL Search Plus via LANL Search Plus via LANL Search Plus via LANL Search Plus Active Graph

Search Plus Active Graph MDL DiscoveryGate The Library as Place The library should be a gathering place that fosters a sense of community, fosters collaboration among students

and faculty, and support discovery and retrieval of information resources, both print and digital. It should also allow instruction and discussion opportunities, provide quiet, comfortable individual and group study space and areas where users can socialize. Michael Keller, SULAIR Library Director

Library Collections & Services

Acquire materials to support educational and research needs Archive Materials in Institutional Repository Offer circulation, course reserves, and document delivery services Provide training and assistance in using resources Develop subject portals and other finding aids Provide access to computers, printers,

scanners, etc. Support remote users Skills Needed by Professional Library Staff Subject expertise (degree and knowledge of the literature). Masters in Library Science degree or equivalent experience.

Ability to successfully integrate digital information resources, technologies, and services in research library programs. Ability to contribute to the planning and implementation of new and improved

services and resources. Skills Needed by Library Staff Demonstrated supervisory and management expertise.

Project planning and implementation skills. Strong communication skills, both oral and written. Key Goals

Collaborate with and understand the academic enterprise Develop digital library collections and services and assemble and implement support systems for them

Redefine staff roles to operate effectively in the both/AND world of academic information resources

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