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Title: 2003 Report to the Kinetica Annual Users Meeting


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2003 Report to the Kinetica Annual Users Meeting
  • Roxanne Missingham
  • Assistant Director-General

2
Reports
  • Kinetica 2002/2003
  • Kinetica Chinese Japanese Korean Database
  • Enhancements
  • Projects
  • Developments for the coming year

3
Kinetica 2002/2003
  • Kinetica is very rare there are not many like
    it in the entire world, providing access to all
    of the primary library holdings in Australia.

4
Kinetica 2002/2003
  •  When I startedI continued the historical
    practices in the library for a year and
    experienced the difficulty locating material
    Kinetica has changed all that ... A time-saving
    of many hours over the year

5
Kinetica 2002/2003
  • The greatest result of our move to using the
    Document Delivery service of Kinetica has been
    the increased recognition of the staff of the
    Institute as to the important role the library
    can play . in part, due to the ease (of)
    Kinetica (for) ILL .. and the faster pace of
    service...

6
Kinetica 2002/2003
  • The Library backlog totalled some 20 metres of
    shelving through Kinetica RLG union
    catalogue database, and OCLC WorldCat, we were
    able to find bibliographic records for the
    majority 95 - of the itemswe no longer have a
    cataloguing backlog

7
Kinetica 2002/03
  • National Bibliographic Database 36 million
    holdings, 14 million bibs

8
Kinetica 2002/2003
  • National Bibliographic Database assisting in
    efficiencies through increasing coverage
  • Kinetica Document Delivery connectivity through
    ISO ILL Protocol
  • Significant work on quality of the NBD
  • Extending access through innovative projects and
    partnerships

9
National Bibliographic Database
  • Electronic resources have reached 340000
  • New contributors include one person libraries,
    such as WA Conservation and Land Management
  • Additions of retrospective files from
    organisations such as CSIRO

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National Bibliographic Database
  • Adding your material to the NBD
  • On-line via the Client, KineticaWeb (holdings)
  • Copy to your local system via MARCLink

13
Adding your records via BatchLink
  • BatchLink
  • Records can come from major systems and smaller
    systems such as DB Textworks

14
Using RTPS Downline Loading
  • Debra Slack at the Australian National University
    adds holdings to KineticaWeb and downloads the
    record to the ANU Catalogue

15
Contributions
16
The record appears in the ANU catalogue
17
Using Marclink
  • Sheree Stimpson and Elizabeth Bott at Queanbeyan
    Public Library use the Client to add holdings to
    the NBD, and use MARCLink to download records to
    their local system

18
Contributions
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The record is added to the Queanbeyan Library
catalogue
20
Kinetica 2002/2003
  • E-Collection Sets Service, 15 titles currently
    available
  • New databases available
  • Deutsche Bibliothek Database, union catalogue of
    the National Library of Germany (over 6.5 million
    records)
  • OCLC WorldCat (over 47 million records) extended
    for 3 years

21
Kinetica 2002/2003
  • NBD quality projects
  • Australian newspapers project
  • ongoing maintenance work
  • electronic resources

22
Kinetica Chinese Japanese Korean Database
2002/03
23
Kinetica Chinese Japanese Korean Database
2002/03
  • City of Sydney 12500 records loaded
  • New hardware installed
  • Implementation of 2002 release of cataloguing
    module
  • CJK target on KDD

24
Enhancements Expert Advisory Group
  • Meetings in all states
  • Over 270
  • recommendations

The WA Kinetica Users Group Meeting
25
Projects Public Libraries Portal
  • A business model for the portal which is
    applicable to all Australian public libraries
  • Data about the information needs of Australians
  • Portal design issues
  • A working portal

26
Public Libraries Portal
Pilot sites
Yarra Plenty Regional LibraryService
Thuringowa Library
Northern Regional Library Service, Moree
Brisbane City Council Towong Branch Library
Southern Tablelands Regional Library
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Projects
  • SLIDE 1

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Projects
  • SLIDE 2

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Projects Commonwealth Government Metadata
  • Participants

31
Subject Headings Review Panel
  • Bemal Rajapatirana National Library of Australia
  • Deirdre Kiorgaard National Library of Australia
  • Joan Moncrieff Deakin University
  • Judith Purser University of Melbourne
  • Jennifer Kerry AIATSIS

32
Subject Headings Review Panel
  • Aboriginal Australians replaces Australian
    aborigines
  • Australian historical periods closed off at 2001.

33
Authorities
  • Significant area for NBD investigation
  • Survey undertaken issues for discussion include
  • Need of Australian libraries for authorities
  • How authorities could be contributed to the NBD
  • What services should be provided by Kinetica to
    support authority work

34
Kinetica new developments
  • Recent Australian Publications

35
Kinetica new developments
  • Recent Australian Publications

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Kinetica developments issues for 2002/03
  • RLG and OCLC agreement to concept of access to
    the NBD
  • More projects to improve the quality and coverage
    of the NBD
  • Kinetica futures ongoing work

38
Kinetica developments issues for 2003/2004
  • Enhancements
  • Pilot Singapore National Union Catalogue (SILAS)
    access
  • Set Advanced Search screen as the default
  • Select All and Deselect All buttons for bulk
    selection/de-selection in Stored Records

39
Kinetica developments issues for 2003/2004
  • display records in Extended View when fewer than
    3 returned from a search
  • selection of number of records returned for
    viewing at the one time
  • review other enhancement recommendations

40
Kinetica developments issues for 2003/2004
  • Kinetica Document Delivery
  • Enable sorting libraries in the rota by state
  • Connect to databases such as Te Puna and
    interoperate with Te Puna Interloan via ISO ILL
    Protocol
  • Increase the number of KDD customers using their
    ISO ILL compliant ILL systems
  • Continue to develop Australian Libraries Gateway
    and ILRS directory, including the X.500 ILRS
    Mirror directory

41
Coming event
8th IFLA Interlending Document Supply
International Conference http//www.nla.gov.au/il
ds National Library of Australia, 28 - 31
October 2003
42
Questions
?
43
Signing the extension of the agreement Back row
Amanda Green, IBM GSA Peter McBride, Kinetica
Project Manager, IBM GSA Nick Simpson, BDW
Roxanne Missingham, NLA Susan McLay, IBM
GSA Front row David Watt, IBM Australia Jan
Fullerton, Director General, NLA Christine
Bartlett, IBM GSA
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