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ALA NISO Standards Update Van Ballegooie KBart

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This presentation was given during the ALA 2016 NISO Standards Update on June 26, 2016. The presenter is Marlene Van Ballegoie of the University of Toronto

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ALA NISO Standards Update Van Ballegooie KBart

  2. 2. What is KBART? Knowledge Bases And Related Tools A recommended practice to improve the supply of metadata from content providers to knowledgebases Joint project between NISO and UKSG Phase 1 ◦ Completed in 2010 ◦ Main focus on serials Phase 2 ◦ Completed in 2014 ◦ Build on Phase 1 to accommodate ebooks, OA publications, consortial holdings
  3. 3. publication_title print_identifier online_identifier date_first_issue_online num_first_vol_online num_first_issue_online date_last_issue_online num_last_vol_online num_last_issue_online title_url first_author title_id embargo_info coverage_depth notes publisher_name publication_type date_monograph_published_print date_monograph_published_online monograph_volume monograph_edition first_editor parent_publication_title_id preceding_publication_title_id access_type KBART Data Elements
  4. 4. • KBs are the center of the e-resource universe • Tracks new additions, title drops, URL changes • Ensures user is sent to the appropriate copy that the library subscribes to KB Link Resolver MARC Records ERM Discovery Index Knowledgebases
  5. 5. Knowledgebase Supply Chain KB Vendors are dependent upon content providers for the data in knowledgebases KB Vendors acquire data • Website • File delivery • Automation KB Vendor ingests metadata into KB • Extract • Transform • Loads data Libraries use KB data to manage, discover and connect to resources they pay for Content Provider KB Vendor Library
  6. 6. The Problem If metadata contained in the knowledgebase is incorrect or missing, it impacts all services that are reliant upon it (ERM, discovery service, OPAC, etc.) Common issues: ◦ Title changes / title transfers / ceased titles ◦ Incorrect coverage dates ◦ Incorrect standard identifiers (ISBN, ISSN) ◦ Missing/outdated information on what is included in content packages
  7. 7. KBART to the Rescue Best practice guidelines for the delivery of metadata from content providers to knowledgebase vendors ◦ Data fields (what elements to include and how to format them) ◦ File format ◦ File naming conventions ◦ Method of exchange ◦ Frequency of exchange
  8. 8. • Magaly Bascones, JISC • Ben Johnson, ProQuest Co-chairs: • Nettie Lagace, Associate Director for Programs NISO representative: Who is KBART? Administration
  9. 9. KBART Standing Committee Content Providers • Kathy Marcaccio (Gale Cengage Learning) • Julie Zhu (IEEE) • Noah Levin (Springer) • Laird Barrett (Taylor & Francis Group) Knowledgebase Vendors • Sheri Meares (EBSCO Information Services) • Christine Stohn (Ex Libris) • Kristen Wilson (GOKb) • Ben Johnson (ProQuest) • Bill Brembeck (OCLC) Librarians • Dominic Benson (Brunel University London) • Magaly Bascones (Jisc) • Kristen Wilson (NC State University) • Marlene van Ballegooie (University of Toronto)
  10. 10. KBART Endorsement Process 1. Provider submits file to the KBART Standing Committee (kbart@niso.org) 2. Format and content are reviewed by KBART Standing Committee members and recommendations made 3. If revisions are necessary, content provider makes recommended changes and re-submits file for endorsement 4. Make data publicly available to your supply chain contacts 5. Endorsed!
  11. 11. KBART Registry https://sites.google.com/site/kbartregistry/
  12. 12. Current Priorities Outreach to content providers, solicit more endorsements Re-endorse providers for Phase II Develop materials to make it easier to implement KBART KBART education for content providers ◦ Charleston pre-conference (November 2015) ◦ NASIG pre-conference (June 2016) ◦ Where next? You tell us where we need to go!
  13. 13. Future Work Exploring cross-recommendation collaborations (such as ODI) Changes in the industry ◦ Non-textual content ◦ Automated exchange of title lists ◦ Library-specific entitlements Potential changes to the scope of KBART
  14. 14. For more information Recommended practice: http://www.niso.org/publications/rp/rp-9-2014/ Website http://www.niso.org/workrooms/kbart/ E-mail kbart@niso.org m.vanballegooie@utoronto.ca