SobekCM : Compiled for presentation to the Digital Library Working Group School of Oriental and African Studies

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SobekCM : Compiled for presentation to the Digital Library Working Group School of Oriental and African Studies
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Kesse, Erich J.
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Erich J. Kesse, Digital Library Working Group, School of Oriental and African Studies
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Presentation on the user tools, usability, functionality, features, and workflow and backend infrastructure provided by the SobekCM digital library system software. The SobekCM software was built at and maintained by the University of Florida’s Digital Library Center and Digital Development & Web Services in the UF Libraries and co-developed in partnership with a variety of institutions. The SobekCM software also powers the Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC ). More on the SobekCM software is here: http://dloc.com/sobekcm and http://dloc.com/software .

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SobekCM Compiled for presentation to the Digital Library Working Group School of Oriental and African Studies

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SobekC M Is a digital library system built at and maintained by the Center and co developed in partnership with a variety of institutions.

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Unlike Fedora based systems, SobekCM is maintained centrally to ensure consistency of code and optimal performance.

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SobekCM is programmed in C# with profuse in code comments runs under the .NET framework optimized for Windows Server environments released as open source works out of the box with very little configuration architecture, code, etc. is clearly documented and available on line at http://ufdc.ufl.edu/sobekcm

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SobekCM offers a database back end front end user interfaces and a workflow management tool

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Software Requirements The SobekCM builder Microsoft SQL Server MS SQL Express ( freeware ) if necessary Including its IIS web server SOLR/ Lucene File Server / File System JPEG2000 Server Soon to be replaced by Microsoft SeaDragon Caching Server (optional)

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Hardware Requirements Will run virtualised Minimum of 4 GB RAM & 80 GB disk space Optimally, 10 GB RAM & several CPU cores Total drive space, dependent upon volume of files to be served

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Development & Co development Development centralized the University of Florida Co Development coding partners external code, subsequently integrated centrally e.g., Florida International University : coding GIS support Co Development non coding partners forward development ideas the majority of SobekCM users

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SobekCM Communities Florida Group academic and public libraries historical societies and museums working predominantly in English Caribbean Group academic, public and national libraries and archives NGO & special interest organisations working predominantly in English, French, Kreyol and Spanish Publishers & Societies newspaper publishers & topical societies working predominantly in English, French and Spanish, as well as Russian

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Interface Languages Public Interfaces rendered in English, French & Spanish and soon Kreyol Could support any Language into which SOAS is willing to translate page elements.

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Supported Languages & Characters SobekCM is UNICODE compliant Store any character set Query any text as long as saved in a searchable format

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Resource Types SobekCM serves a wide variety of resources types archival documents artefacts in 2 D and 3 D books data sets ephemera j ournals & journal articles maps newspapers photographs & aerial photos sound recordings video recordings etc.

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File Formats SobekCM is open to all file formats object behaviours are set at the file level versions of a single object are stored together e.g., oral history audio, video, transcript, & published copy online files maintained in the PairTree microservices format

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Inter Operability Supports automatic feed into OPAC/LMS MARC21/MARC XML, METS/MODS Dublin Core, EAD, GML/KML, MXF, TEI, VRA Fully Extensible can accommodate IMDI, OLAC, electronic theses, etc. Integrated OAI PMH Open Archives Initiative, Harvesting Protocol Worldwide reach via Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other search engines Compliant with requirements of the Internet Archive, OAIster etc.

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METS Editor

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In addition to defining object behaviours and a structure map, and calculating checksums (MD5 and SHA 1), the METS editor also reads the technical metadata needed for digital preservation from file headers

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Stepping through the MAIN PUBLIC INTERFACE http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ http://www.dloc.com

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MAIN INTERFACE Institutional banner Splash screen Basic search box Highlighted items Description Collections / Sub Collections and Views Footer

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Main Interface Variations

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Collection Views

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Collection Views Variations

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Collection Views Drilling Down Top Level Common Elements: Collection Banner Collection Description Subcollections

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Collection Views Drilling Down Intermediate Common Elements: Collection Banner Collection Description Subcollections

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Collection Views Drilling Down Bottom Level Common Elements: Collection Banner Collection Description

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Simple Search

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Advanced Search

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Text Search

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Map Search

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Partner Browse SOAS could use Partner Browse to acknowledge Partners or to bring together a collection of the Bloomsbury Libraries

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Partner Browse The collections of the Bloomsbury Libraries could be presented both as partners or as separate digital libraries without having to write new code This feature is unique among digital library systems.

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QUERIES

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Query customisation

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Query customisation

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Query parametres

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Query Returns brief view

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Query Returns table view

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Query Returns thumbnails

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Query Returns Text Search

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BOOK NAVIGATION

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STANDARD PAGE VIEW application Views Table of Contents Logos Page Navigation Page Display Actions

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PAGE TURNER application

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PAGE TURNER application Thumbnail with navigation control Display controls

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THUMBNAILS Personalisation

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS : Journals

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CITATION

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CITATION Standard View Note alternate views

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CITATION MARC View

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CITATION Metadata View

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CITATION Metadata View METS

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CITATION Metadata View MARC XML

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CITATION Metadata View TEI Text Encoding Initiative

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STATISTICS

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STATISTICS Usage Statistics at the item level

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STATISTICS Usage Statistics at the item level

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STATISTICS Usage Statistics across the digital library Various Additional Views Graphical View Actual Counts

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STATISTICS Usage Statistics across the digital library Recent Searches

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STATISTICS Usage Statistics across the digital library Institutional Repository Reports

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STATISTICS Usage Statistics across the digital library Institutional Repository Reports

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CITATION Production Statistics across the digital library Item Counts

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STATISTICS Production Statistics across the digital library Year to Date Growth

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STATISTICS Production Statistics at the item level

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STATISTICS Production Statistics at the item level

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STATISTICS Production Statistics at the item level

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STATISTICS A Robust SobekCM SobekCM has demonstrated scalability : More than 150 Collections/Sub collections interfaces Hundreds of thousands of unique items Millions of digital objects (pages, audio, video, etc.) Millions of hits monthly SobekCM is limited only by the capacity of the servers on which it runs.

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository Log In

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository Account Information

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository Submission Process and organization

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository My Library

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository My Bookshelf

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LDAP and the Institutional Repository Statistics

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Uses Share

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Uses Send

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Uses Print

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Uses RSS

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MAPS

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MAPS

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MAPS

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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NEWSPAPERS

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Advanced Search

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Advanced Search

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AUDIO

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Artefacts COMPOSITE IMAGES

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Artefacts & Specimens

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PERSISTENCE The Philosophical Question

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PERSISTENCE SobekCM is a managed service It does not use handles/DOIs or PURLs It relies upon the persistence of the base URL Manages the document object reference following the URL Handle/DOI and PURL services (e.g., DataCite ) manage metadata much as SobekCM does internally Handles, DOIs and PURLs are only as persistent as the base URL they reference

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WORKFLOW

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Ingest Harvested Content SobekCM is capable of ingesting harvested metadata and pointing to external resources

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SMaRT Workflow Management Tool The following slides (Tracking Database & Quality Control) are a bit dated, reflecting a previous version. ( )

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Tracking Database

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Tracking Database

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Quality Control Tool

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MANAGEMENT TOOLS

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Management Tools Tools manage collections, page design, resource aggregation, alias aggregation, etc. Wordmark displays Govern URLs used by the digital library Govern IP restrictions Govern users

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Management Tools

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