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Europeana Libraries Business Plan
Europeana Libraries Business Plan
Presentation outline
Presentation outline
The long and winding road to the business plan
The long and winding road to the business plan
The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015
The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015
Europeana Libraries  some facts
Europeana Libraries some facts
Main aim
Main aim
Challenges facing the project
Challenges facing the project
Step-by-step approach
Step-by-step approach
Business Model
Business Model
We arrived at:
We arrived at:
Validation
Validation
From Business Model to Business Plan
From Business Model to Business Plan
Europeana Libraries Business Plan
Europeana Libraries Business Plan
Whats on
Whats on
Consultation proccess
Consultation proccess
What does the BP offer to research libraries
What does the BP offer to research libraries
1. Widened access
1. Widened access
2. Participation in R&D projects
2. Participation in R&D projects
3. Networking and knowledge sharing
3. Networking and knowledge sharing
4. Cost effective aggregation
4. Cost effective aggregation
5. Data enrichment
5. Data enrichment
6. Marketing of libraries
6. Marketing of libraries
Whats on
Whats on
The Strategy and Business Plan 2013-2015
The Strategy and Business Plan 2013-2015
Our business plan has 4 major sections
Our business plan has 4 major sections
Background
Background
Environment and market
Environment and market
Our vision
Our vision
Strategic priorities 2013-2015
Strategic priorities 2013-2015
Priority 1: Sustainability
Priority 1: Sustainability
Priority 2: Collections and services
Priority 2: Collections and services
Priority 3: Services to researchers
Priority 3: Services to researchers
Priority 4: Strategic partnerships
Priority 4: Strategic partnerships
Key outcomes by 2015
Key outcomes by 2015
Operations
Operations
How do we fund the plan
How do we fund the plan
Your business plan needs you
Your business plan needs you
Thank you
Thank you

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Europeana Libraries Business Plan

Europeana Libraries Business Plan.ppt
1 Europeana Libraries Business Plan

Europeana Libraries Business Plan

Madrid, December 2012

2 Presentation outline

Presentation outline

The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015

3 The long and winding road to the business plan

The long and winding road to the business plan

Marian Lefferts, CERL Madrid, December 2012

4 The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015

The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015

5 Europeana Libraries  some facts

Europeana Libraries some facts

Supported by key international library associations: CENL (Conference of European National Librarians) CERL (Consortium of European Research Libraries) LIBER (Ligue des Biblioth?ques Europ?ennes de Recherche)

2-year project funded by the European Commissions IST-PSP programme Will add over 5 million digital objects to Europeana 19 research and university libraries are participating A project coordinated by The European Library

6 Main aim

Main aim

Bringing digital content from Europes national and research libraries to the researcher in a useful, easy way to facilitate research: Data-driven research Cross disciplinary Special emphasis on social sciences and humanities research infrastructure By developing a sustainable, credible, visible, efficient service for content providers

7 Challenges facing the project

Challenges facing the project

Value proposition Offering the European research libraries a tailor-made proposition Business model Sustainable aggregation and innovation model

8 Step-by-step approach

Step-by-step approach

Develop Business Model and validate it Develop Business Plan and validate it

9 Business Model

Business Model

First undertook desk research Then held stakeholder interviews This fed into Scenario development. Four dimensions Funding Range of services to be offered Ownership/responsibility Scope/content acquisition

10 We arrived at:

We arrived at:

TEL

Flat fee + Charge for add-ons

Membership structure

Public interface for academics

Feeds Europeana plus

views on data, e.g. union catalogue

Bib/cat and digital object metadata, for all materials (in an approp. electr. format) held @ libs

Data openly available

Data directly from libraries (= richest format)

Data prepared by Content providers + Aggregation team

11 Validation

Validation

Feed back from reviewers (interviewed stakeholders) Feed back from business planning group Wider community Coordination Group TEL CERL EC meeting LIBER Annual Conference (June 2011) TEL Management Committee LIBER Board CERL Directors Project Plenay in Belgrade (Nov 2011)

12 From Business Model to Business Plan

From Business Model to Business Plan

Business Planning Group prepared draft Governance model for The European Library was agreed with LIBER and CERL (April 2012) TEL office prepared Executive Summary and promotional materials based on the Business Plan BP was put to TEL Management Committee and the TEL Board after which the BP was refined Second round of consultation with LIBER Board (Oct 2012) and CERL Directors (Oct 2012) Some further refinements and final costings were added Delivered to EU in November 2012

13 Europeana Libraries Business Plan

Europeana Libraries Business Plan

What is the value proposition for research libraries?

Izaskun Lacunza, LIBER Madrid, December 2012

14 Whats on

Whats on

The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015

15 Consultation proccess

Consultation proccess

What do European research libraries expect from The European Library? Access to a wide range of quality content through a broad network of libraries Getting libraries data into as many researcher channels as possible Linking libraries data with other content in Europeana Making it possible to re-use data and content Getting the researcher as close as possible to the actual object

16 What does the BP offer to research libraries

What does the BP offer to research libraries

Widened access to libraries resources Participating in new projects for research and development Networking and knowledge sharing Cost-effective aggregation Data enrichment Marketing of libraries

17 1. Widened access

1. Widened access

Single gateway to collections and data 10 million digital objects, 200 million bibliographic records, 25 million pages full text CCO metadata sets: Available trough APIs OAI-PMH Linked open dataset Maximizing exposure of content of libraries Continuous improvement

18 2. Participation in R&D projects

2. Participation in R&D projects

Bidding for projects with participating libraries: the way to innovate in The European Library framework Coming: Europeana Cloud

19 3. Networking and knowledge sharing

3. Networking and knowledge sharing

Participating libraries will access knowledge in: Data enrichment Clustering techniques Full text indexing Linked open data

20 4. Cost effective aggregation

4. Cost effective aggregation

Complete service: Data management Indexing Clustering Distribution of data into multiple channels (i.e. Europeana) Europeana Cloud: First approach to the cloud as a cheaper infrastructure to store data and (some) content

21 5. Data enrichment

5. Data enrichment

De-duplication services Enhanced discovery with external vocabularies Handling data formats for several aggregators (i.e. Europeana) Enriched data: Search engine optimization Reusable for libraries (cataloguing, etc.)

22 6. Marketing of libraries

6. Marketing of libraries

The European Library to showcase libraries and their collections

23 Whats on

Whats on

The project The value proposition The business plan 2013-2015

24 The Strategy and Business Plan 2013-2015

The Strategy and Business Plan 2013-2015

Jill Cousins, The European Library Madrid, December 2012

25 Our business plan has 4 major sections

Our business plan has 4 major sections

Background Our experience and competencies Environment in which we operate The market we intend to serve Vision and strategic priorities Operations How we will run the service Finance, governance and performance

26 Background

Background

Libraries led the way in founding Europeana 1997 Gateway to Europes National Libraries (GABRIEL) 2005 Launch of The European Library 2007 Europeana pilot project, supported by CENL, CERL and LIBER 2008- The European Library re-positions to support researchers in the humanities and social sciences Large dataset of bibliographic records and metadata to libraries digital content Alliances to support strategy e.g. LIBER and CERL, CLARIN and DARIAH Data into virtual research environments e.g. CENDARI

27 Environment and market

Environment and market

Research and innovation are critical to future growth of Europe 80 billion in Horizon 2020 programmes Continuing increase of open access scholarly content, backed by governments and the European Commission Market in humanities and social sciences is large Nearly half of EU graduates New forms of digital scholarship, facilitated by technology

28 Our vision

Our vision

An expanded The European Library service of national and research libraries The European Library as a core building block in the Europeana eco-system Partnership with Europeana to deliver a new service, Europeana Research Cross-domain platform to support research in the humanities and social sciences

29 Strategic priorities 2013-2015

Strategic priorities 2013-2015

Ensure the sustainability of The European Library as a core service for national and research libraries Provide high-value collections and services for users Embed services in research and learning communities Develop strategic partnerships

30 Priority 1: Sustainability

Priority 1: Sustainability

Membership of national and research libraries, with set of value-added services Look after the special needs of non-EU/EFTA libraries Shared, cloud-based infrastructure for Europeana partners, including The European Library Support central structural funding for Europeana, as a benefit to libraries New project funding opportunities

31 Priority 2: Collections and services

Priority 2: Collections and services

Largest possible dataset of Europes national and research libraries, with emphasis on open access scholarly content Content strategy to support European research communities New functionalities, tools and services to enable researchers to mine, analyse and manipulate data and content

32 Priority 3: Services to researchers

Priority 3: Services to researchers

Develop and launch Europeana Research platform Deepen understanding of digital research practices and how we support them Distribute libraries metadata to support new types of research, using CC licences Further develop APIs for data distribution into researcher workflows

33 Priority 4: Strategic partnerships

Priority 4: Strategic partnerships

Build relationship with research infrastructure providers, DARIAH and CLARIN Continue to strengthen partnership between CENL, LIBER and CERL Through Europeana, develop relationships with other domains (museums, archives etc) to support research

34 Key outcomes by 2015

Key outcomes by 2015

Broad-based membership of national and research libraries Scaled, cost-effective cloud infrastructure Very large dataset of scholarly material to support digital research Set of tools and services to interact with data and content Set of linked open data to support research Long-term partnership with key stakeholders in European research agenda

35 Operations

Operations

Core team of professionals based in The Hague Employed by Europeana and share the same office space The European Library is run by a Management Committee of representatives from CENL, LIBER and CERL CENL is currently running elections for 6 representatives LIBER representatives are Paul Ayris and Jeanette Frey CERL representatives are Ulf Goranson and Raymond Berard

36 How do we fund the plan

How do we fund the plan

Commitment from both national and research libraries is vital Core operational funding met by libraries Shared fee model for national and research libraries Research libraries pay 5005000 Discounts for consortia Innovation trhough project funding Project consortia based on TEL members

37 Your business plan needs you

Your business plan needs you

38 Thank you

Thank you

marian.lefferts@cerl.org izaskun.lacunza@kb.nl jill.cousins@kb.nl

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