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The View through the Public Portal
Brenda Bailey-Hainer
Colorado State Library
NISO Metasearch Initiatives Meeting
May 7, 2003
Background – public portals
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Public libraries & consortia creating
portals for users
Metasearch capability critical for success
Background – public portals
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Portal – guided information gateway for the
public
Portal provides access to resources
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Library catalogs
Online databases – both commercial & locally
created
Full text from journals, books, newspapers
Digitized materials from local collections
Selected websites
Dynamic GIS maps
Community information
Background – public portals
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Provides access to interactive services
пЃ® Virtual reference services
пЃ® Online homework help
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Background – who uses it?
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Serves many diverse audiences
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General population
Adults
Young adults
Children
Students
Lifelong learners
Professionals
Business community
English language learners
Multiple cultures
Background – success factors?
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Characteristics
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Easy to use, intuitive, transparent to end user
Fast
Reliable, consistent
Everything delivered right now!
Customizable
Aggregates information in understandable groupings
Adaptable at institution, group, state level
Personalizable at user level
Recognizes different types of authorization/authentication
Recognizes users in different roles
Easy to maintain at personal, institution, group, state level
Statistics for evaluation – both output and outcome
purposes
Metasearch Use – tools today
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Portal interface/searching software
Integrated library system software
Authorization/authentication software
Resource sharing systems
Virtual reference software
Metasearch Use – Historical View
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In the beginning, there were…
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OPACs – alone
OPACs – in packs
Online databases – segregated
Marriage of OPACs and online databases
Extended family – digitized materials, websites
Password required to join the party
authentication/authorization
More services, more resources
Metasearch Use – the future
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18 months out:
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Transparent federated searching
Statistics
3 years out:
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Think beyond federated searching
Seamless integration of searching and services
Integration with digital government
Integration with new perspectives, e.g. GIS
Metasearch Use – impact
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Success of portals – and underlying
metasearch capabilities – critical for
survival of libraries
Illustrates the value of
libraries/librarians in making sense of
information, the Web
Challenges
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Speed
Inconsistent implementation of standards
Aggregating/presenting results from disparate
resource types
Addition of cultural heritage institution
resources
Maintenance
Integrating multiple software packages
The View through the Public Portal
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Questions?
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Brenda Bailey-Hainer
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Bailey_b@cde.state.co.us
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