- 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
Skills demands -
- Models 1 & 2: Subject to LMS support of export of MARC records based on specified criteria, this should fall within the capabilities of a systems librarian. If ‘differential’ updates required by Union catalogue service, it would either be necessary for this function to be available in the LMS, or for some basic development to be done locally to produce differential update files (additions, updates, deletions). In the latter case this would require experience beyond simply running LMS reports, although should be within the capabilities of a systems librarian or local IT staff.
- Model 2: An ability to transform data between library specific format and more generic formats. This may be achieved via a third party application or through some basic development undertaken locally. This would require experience beyond simply running LMS reports, although may be within the capabilities of a systems librarian or local IT staff.
- Model 3: Running an OAI-PMH service. If this is provided by the LMS this would simply require configuration and should fall within the capabilities of a systems librarian.