Discovery Integration Subgroup

Meetings: Tuesdays 10:00EST at https://openlibraryfoundation.zoom.us/j/84118634836?pwd=aFlBbENHWW5EWUsycDNTRU00Unpkdz09

Recordings of past meetings: https://recordings.openlibraryfoundation.org/folio/discovery-layer-integration-working-group (password: folio-lsp)


Charge of the Discovery Integration Subgroup

Areas of concern:

  • Real time availability of items and circulation information
  • Availability (access and licensing) information for electronic resources
  • Patron APIs
  • Harvesting and exporting records for discovery indexing. Focuses on OAI-PMH (but could be other ways)

Deliverables:

  • Update Requirements for these areas, so that FOLIO can meet the needs of the community.
  • Improvement mod/edge-rtac, mod/edge-patron and mod/edge-oai-pmh

Timeline

  • A goal of three month is set on the work of this subgroup, which would be about by the end of 2022. This is for the documentation of requirements for integrating discovery systems.

Subpages:

Brainstorm page for the availability interface

Brainstorm page for the courses interface

Brainstorm page for the diverse interface

Brainstorm page for the patron interface

Brainstorm page for the title update interface

List of possible issues with your user-facing front end

Meeting Notes (Discovery Integration Subgroup)

Proposal for a new RTAC

Related resources

Results of the survey

Subgroup Members

NameAffiliationRole
Chicago initiating member
hbz-NRWinitiating member, convener of the main group (SysOps)
EBSCO (formerly Missouri State University)Initiating member, PC member, former Requests PO
hebisConvener
UMass Amherst / Five Colleges
Cornell


Cornell
Duke
Stanford


Stanford
Cornell
Magda ZacharskaEBSCOPO for OAI-PMH 
Cornell

Metadata Management

DukeResource Access
Nicole Trujillo CU Boulder

Discovery

IndependentPO for Agreements and Licenses
UMass Amerst / Five Colleges
Villanova UniversityVuFind lead developer
Johanna Radding

GBV
Chalmers University of Technology
kristin.olofsson Chalmers University of Technology
Timothy Dannay Mount Holyoke College

Communication