User Tools

Site Tools


briefing_papers

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
briefing_papers [2019/10/25 12:45]
81.159.125.38
briefing_papers [2019/12/24 17:31] (current)
99.113.184.139 [Library management system to library services platform]
Line 46: Line 46:
 Suzanne Enright, Registrar at the University of Westminster,​ London commented:​\\ Suzanne Enright, Registrar at the University of Westminster,​ London commented:​\\
 “It is always important to see library technology trends in a wider context, not least that of the wider corporate ecosystem and the HELibTech briefing papers are really helpful in navigating our complex landscape. This briefing paper provides interesting new insights into the challenging area of library related technology, where the demands of our users aren’t always matched by the market providers. The need for interoperability is in constant flux in the increasingly complex world of technology-enhanced learning and research”. “It is always important to see library technology trends in a wider context, not least that of the wider corporate ecosystem and the HELibTech briefing papers are really helpful in navigating our complex landscape. This briefing paper provides interesting new insights into the challenging area of library related technology, where the demands of our users aren’t always matched by the market providers. The need for interoperability is in constant flux in the increasingly complex world of technology-enhanced learning and research”.
- 
-==== Library management system to library services platform ==== 
- 
-[[http://​www.kenchadconsulting.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2018/​09/​Resource_management_briefing_HELibTech_KenChad_Aug2015.pdf|Library management system to library services platform]]. Resource management for libraries: a new perspective. Ken Chad HELibTech Briefing Paper August 2015\\ 
-This briefing paper contrasts the library resource management landscape now with the situation in 2008 when the Jisc/Sconul LMS study recommended that the time was not right for libraries to purchase a new library system. In the intervening period a new generation of '​library services platforms'​ (LSPs) has emerged and the pace of procurement has quickened. Ken analyses the current landscape and looks at the strategic issues around the changing nature of library collections,​ shared services, workflows and analytics. The paper is made available under a CC-0 license to enable easy re-use. 
  
  
briefing_papers.1572021935.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/10/25 12:45 by 81.159.125.38