COPE cybertour cil 2018

COPE cybertour cil 2018

Explore how to adapt NPR’s Create Once Publish Everywhere (COPE) model to a library’s website(s) and resources. Get lots of tips and tricks to use in your environment!

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Roy Degler

April 05, 2018
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  1. Create Once, Publish Everywhere COPE

  2. None
  3. Nearest Foosball Table www.okiefoos.com

  4. 1. NPR’s COPE 2. Challenges 3. COPE in the Library

    4. Examples 5. Future
  5. NPR’s Create Once Publish Everywhere for library websites.

  6. -> C.O.P.E. Build CMS, not web publishing tools Separate content

    from display Ensure content modularity Ensure content portability source
  7. 1. NPR’s COPE 2. Challenges 3. COPE in the Library

    4. Examples 5. Future
  8. Challenges for Libraries Libraries are not content creators Too many

    sources Proprietary Barriers
  9. 1. NPR’s COPE 2. Challenges 3. COPE in the Library

    4. Examples 5. Future
  10. COPE in the Library How to COPE

  11. Choices Start small Source Technology

  12. 1. NPR’s COPE 2. Challenges 3. COPE in the Library

    4. Examples 5. Future
  13. Repurpose Content Navigation

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  15. Abstraction Permalinks APIs

  16. library.okstate.edu/databases/p/psycinfo

  17. https://www.library.okstate.edu/api/calendar/events/today [ { "title":"150th Anniversary Celebration: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland",

    "description":"In 2004, the Library received a beautiful collection of Wonderland books and memorabilia from former OSU Librarian, Della Thomas. Many of the pieces were picked up during her travels. The collection includes nearly 400 books, a chess set, umbrella, dolls and figurines, postage stamps, a tea set, paperweights, and much more. Most of the collection is housed in the Library’s Archives and can be viewed by appointment. ", "start":"All Day", "category":null, "location":"Virginia Woerz Kniffin Oklahoma Gallery, 2nd floor" }, { "title":"Edna Mae Phelps Political Collection", "description":"Edna Mae Phelps, an OSU alumna, former member and chair of the Oklahoma Board of Regents and civil servant, attended every Democratic National Convention from 1968 to 2000. Her collection of political memorabilia contains more than 4,200 items. Visit the Mark & Lisa Snell Gallery on the second floor to see a selection of Phelps' collection, or view the entire collection online at bit.ly\/2bPvmcp.", "start":"All Day", "category":null, "location":"Mark & Lisa Snell Gallery, 2nd floor" } ]
  18. Normalization Transactional Pages

  19. Image from LibGuides

  20. Library Directory

  21. LibGuide’s Widgets

  22. Database List

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  24. 1. NPR’s COPE 2. Challenges 3. COPE in the Library

    4. Examples 5. Future
  25. Recap

  26. Start small Source Technology

  27. Repurpose Content- Separate content from display Abstraction- Create simple layers

    over complexity Normalization- content modularity and portability source
  28. Future