Content Management
for
Digital Library
May 29, 2001
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Yuhfen Diana Wu
[email protected]
and
Mengxiong Liu, Ph.D.
[email protected]
San Jose State University
San Jose, California 95192-0028
U.S.A.
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Background
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Trends for Library
– Online (Digital) Library
– Internet (Access anywhere, access anytime)
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Trends for Internet
– Broadband for quick access
– Wireless for access anywhere
– Content management for access delivery
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Digital Library
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Advantages
– Computerized for storage, distribution, and
retrieval
– Quick access, search, and reference
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Domains
– Data such as Text, Graph, Image, Audio,
and Video
– Metadata (info related to data) such as title,
abstract, keywords, link, web pages, etc.
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Abstracts/
Indexes
Full-text
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Digital Library Deployment
Content digitization - a library’s collection:
text, images, audio and video
 Content management - how to maintain digital
library
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– Content Repository
– Content Distribution
– Content workflow management
– Process automation
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Existing Content
Management Systems
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Major Users
– Library
– Museum
– Archive
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Major Technologies
– Web based content management
systems
– Commercial Based
– Proprietary Systems
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Content Management Technology
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Critical CM Technology
– Tools support for content creation,
checking, management, input and
presentation, and delivery
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Critical Area
–Administration: Tools and interfaces for simple admin.
Support options for different criteria (such as auto,
manual control/interfaces, versioning of contents, etc)
–Authoring: Tools, platforms such as templates,
tutorials
–Publishing: Support for own server or others as well.
Auto deployment with scheduler support.
–Security: Tools for control and flexibility
–Scalability: Support for growth, expansion
–Workflow: Support for events, logs, alarms, email
alerts. Ease of adoption and usability.
–XML: Standard and reuse support.
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Common Content Management
System Features
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Content server
– Content repository and collaboration server.
– XML support for content standards and
reuse
– Web support for content delivery
– Multiple Language support with framework
for multi-lingual publishing.
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System
development kits
–Support Web interfaces for access
from anywhere, anytime (24 x 7).
–Tools for content creation, editing,
navigation, queries, extension,
integration, authoring, distribution,
and management control.
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Leading Content
Management Systems
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Web based CMS
– Broad Vision: Extensible styling language
extensions for 1-1 personalization product. Include
workflow and repository, the URL:
http://www.broardvision.com
– Documentum: 4i corporate "libraries" for
managing published, business-critical content in a
centrally accessible repository; complies with
standards and regulatory rulings
(http://www.documentum.com)
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–InterWoven: support metadata
dictionary, personalization, scripts
(http://www.interwoven.com)
–Open Market: Support Java and XML
tags with web logic for provisioning
content to wireless devices
(http://www.openmarket.com/)
–Poet Software: Use template for
content publishing, support European
and major Asian languages
(http://www.poet.com)
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 Sanderson CMI: Spydus library system
supports multiple textual and image
databases both (MARC and non-MARC);
complies with major industry standards,
such as Z39.50.
http://www.sanderson.com/LIBRARIES.HTM
Other CMS:
IBM: library-based CMS
 Computer Associates (CA): Support
Java-lite client with DB.
 IntraNet Solution: Native file format
based with a metadata directory.
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Issues in Content
Management Systems
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Technology
– Standards: not mature and evolving
technology
– Bandwidth for fast simultaneous access
– Security and privacy
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Inter-operability
–Cross platform and cross system
support
–Cross database/library support
Legal
issues
–Ownership and copyright
Lifecycle
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Conclusion
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Internet based content management
system is the future
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Digital library is the trend
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Win win for library providers and
users
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Thank You for Coming!
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Questions & Answers
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