- 01. Publish data for unspecified use
- 02. Publish open Linked Data for unspecified use
- 03. Supply data for Physical Union Catalogue
- 04. Allow Physical Union Catalogue to publish data
- 05. Expose data for federation into Virtual Union Catalogue
- 06. Publish grey literature data
- 07. Contribute data to Google Scholar
- 08. Publish activity data
- 09. Supply holdings data for Collection Management
- 10. Expose holdings / availability data for Closest Copy location
- 11. Share data for Collaborative Cataloguing
- 12. Supply data for Crowd Sourced Cataloguing
- 13. Supply data to be enhanced for own use
- 14. Publish data for LIS research
- 15. Allow personal use of data for Reference Management
- 16. Publish data for lightweight application development
- 17. Allow commercial use of data in mobile application
Data exchange formatting - All models require engagement with actual or potential union catalogue providers to decide most appropriate record format, although Union catalogue services are highly likely to be familiar with MARC format.
- Model 1: A standard MARC export from the LMS, based on specified criteria. Additional exports on a regular basis representing either a full export or just changes (additions, updates and deletions) based on the original export.
- Model 2: Records exported from the LMS based on specified criteria transformed into one or more formats to make data as accessible as possible to a wide range of interested parties [see Use Case 16] Additional exports on a regular basis which represent either a full export or just changes (additions, updates and deletions) based on the original export.
- Model 3: The use of OAI-PMH to harvest either Dublin Core or MARC- XML records with subsequent harvesting to create/update/delete records.