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Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
A presentation in three parts
A presentation in three parts
What is Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)
What is Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)
Essential facts
Essential facts
Investing in Knowledge
Investing in Knowledge
Policy and Advocacy
Policy and Advocacy
Policy Areas
Policy Areas
Strategic developments
Strategic developments
The peoplesnetwork
The peoplesnetwork
The peoplesnetwork
The peoplesnetwork
Training library workers
Training library workers
the peoplesnetwork
the peoplesnetwork
Vital Statistics
Vital Statistics
46,000,000
46,000,000
I forgot about library services over the years  now I use it more
I forgot about library services over the years now I use it more
the peoplesnetwork
the peoplesnetwork
Towards the Knowledge Society
Towards the Knowledge Society
Digital content so far
Digital content so far
Wide range of public programmes in the UK
Wide range of public programmes in the UK
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
What have we learned so far
What have we learned so far
What have we learned so far
What have we learned so far
Once created it is all totally invisible to the user
Once created it is all totally invisible to the user
The official view
The official view
The view for 99% of Web users
The view for 99% of Web users
THE GOOGLE PARADOX
THE GOOGLE PARADOX
THE GOOGLE PARADOX
THE GOOGLE PARADOX
Cultural Cybernauts
Cultural Cybernauts
Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits
Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits
Castles = 2,100,000 Hits
Castles = 2,100,000 Hits
Causes of the 96:50 ratio
Causes of the 96:50 ratio
Common Information Environment Group
Common Information Environment Group
Information Environment Model
Information Environment Model
The Knowledge Web
The Knowledge Web
Handset image  Sony Ericsson
Handset image Sony Ericsson
Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits
Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits
Culture and knowledge for all
Culture and knowledge for all
Concluding Thoughts
Concluding Thoughts
Telling stories about the future
Telling stories about the future
 A gateway into different worlds
A gateway into different worlds
SEVEN PROPOSITIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
SEVEN PROPOSITIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Proposition 1
Proposition 1
Proposition 2
Proposition 2
Proposition 3
Proposition 3
Proposition 4
Proposition 4
Proposition 5
Proposition 5
Proposition 6
Proposition 6
Proposition 7
Proposition 7
THANK YOU
THANK YOU

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Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)

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1 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)

Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)

Chris Batt Chief Executive Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

2 A presentation in three parts

A presentation in three parts

What is MLA

What do we do

Digital Futures Programme

3 What is Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)

What is Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)

Government-funded development agency (Culture Department)

Advise the Government on policy and funding

Innovation and improvement in museums, libraries and archives

4 Essential facts

Essential facts

Annual budget: ?39million

Staff: 75

Museums: 2,500 Libraries: 12,000 Archives: 2,000

5 Investing in Knowledge

Investing in Knowledge

Museums, libraries and archives connect people to knowledge and information, creativity and inspiration

MLA is leading the drive to unlock this wealth, for everyone

6 Policy and Advocacy

Policy and Advocacy

Raise the political profile of sector

Work to increase investment

Connect to other programmes

Link national and local policies

7 Policy Areas

Policy Areas

Education, Learning and Skills

Communities and Creativity

Knowledge Economy

Networking Knowledge

8 Strategic developments

Strategic developments

www.mla.gov.uk

Museums

Libraries

Archives

Framework for the Future

Task Force

Renaissance in the Regions

9 The peoplesnetwork

The peoplesnetwork

Strategic developments

Museums

Libraries

Archives

SOCIAL POLICY

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

Social inclusion Service accessibility Education and learning Community development Urban and rural regeneration

Workforce development Collections management and development Standards Funding: models and challenge Service benchmarking

Cultural content digitisation Links with learning and e-government ICT standards Service innovation Digital Futures The Peoples Network

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

10 The peoplesnetwork

The peoplesnetwork

?170 million project

ICT centres in all UK public libraries

Train all library workers in ICT

Create digital cultural content

11 Training library workers

Training library workers

?20 million

40,000 library workers

European Computer Driving Licence

12 the peoplesnetwork

the peoplesnetwork

Target achieved, below budget

Create ICT learning centres in all 4,300 UK public libraries by the end of 2002.

Minister for Culture, 1998

13 Vital Statistics

Vital Statistics

32,000 terminals

93% on 2mb connections or more

10% increase in library visits

Sustained levels of use

14 46,000,000

46,000,000

the peoplesnetwork

Hours of usage in 2003

15 I forgot about library services over the years  now I use it more

I forgot about library services over the years now I use it more

than ever

16 the peoplesnetwork

the peoplesnetwork

High profile National policy New political awareness Big impact Librarians did it

17 Towards the Knowledge Society

Towards the Knowledge Society

18 Digital content so far

Digital content so far

Increase discovery and accessibility

Encourage learning and enjoyment

Create virtual collections

To support knowledge policy

19 Wide range of public programmes in the UK

Wide range of public programmes in the UK

Curriculum Online

University resources

NHS Direct Online

DirectGov (e-Government)

Cultural and knowledge resources

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21 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
22 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
23 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
24 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
25 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
26 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
27 Digital Futures (Knowledge Institutions in the 21st Century)
28 What have we learned so far

What have we learned so far

It is not easy!

Virtual collections add value

More active citizens

New services and access

29 What have we learned so far

What have we learned so far

The 96:50 ratio

The technology must be invisible

A digital library is not a library

And, as if my magic

30 Once created it is all totally invisible to the user

Once created it is all totally invisible to the user

31 The official view

The official view

32 The view for 99% of Web users

The view for 99% of Web users

33 THE GOOGLE PARADOX

THE GOOGLE PARADOX

34 THE GOOGLE PARADOX

THE GOOGLE PARADOX

35 Cultural Cybernauts

Cultural Cybernauts

Estelle Government Minister Location: Westminster Question: Roman remains

Dan Smart kid Location: York Question: Castles

36 Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits

Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits

37 Castles = 2,100,000 Hits

Castles = 2,100,000 Hits

38 Causes of the 96:50 ratio

Causes of the 96:50 ratio

Common sense is not enough

The user is invisible

Collections remain separate

The Web is supplier driven

39 Common Information Environment Group

Common Information Environment Group

MLA

Joint Information Systems Cttee

National Health Service

British Library

National Archive

Department of Education

40 Information Environment Model

Information Environment Model

Starts with the user

Content not institution

41 The Knowledge Web

The Knowledge Web

Knowledge and culture for all

Join objects and collections together

Interest before institution

MYberspace my learning space

Create motivation and enthusiasm

42 Handset image  Sony Ericsson

Handset image Sony Ericsson

43 Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits

Roman Remains = 1,200,000 Hits

44 Culture and knowledge for all

Culture and knowledge for all

Greater user satisfaction

Answers start journeys of discovery

Few skills are required of the user

New services and markets

From e-Government to public value

Content will be connected together

From 96:50 to 96:96

Hi Estelle: Ive dug up some basic stuff on Roman remains and registered you for seven days on the new archaeologists discussion list so you can get see what everyone is talking about. If you want the local archaeology group and the Roman Society to know about your interest, just click the links below: Institute of Archaeology introductory lecture on Roman remains in Britain (streamed audio [free]) Digging up Roman remains in England - Time Team programme from C4 (streamed video [single viewing ?1.00]) Books on Roman history in Britain in your local library Collections of Roman remains within 45 minutes travel time of home (travel details included) Links to organisations that other people like you found useful People in the area you might like to chat to Click here to let other organisations hear about your interest Score: 10/10

NAME: Estelle SEARCH: Roman remains RESULT HITS: 7 hits

Existing interests Home address Learning styles

45 Concluding Thoughts

Concluding Thoughts

The street will find its own uses for things

The people in the street

46 Telling stories about the future

Telling stories about the future

Investing in Knowledge

Integrating collections

Making access easy

Showing how progress is supported

Creating an informed society

Institutions in partnership creating virtual collections

Myberspace the personal Information environment

Learning, knowledge economy Creativity and communities

47  A gateway into different worlds

A gateway into different worlds

Chris.batt@mla.gov.uk www.mla.gov.uk

48 SEVEN PROPOSITIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

SEVEN PROPOSITIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Librarians are the gatekeepers

49 Proposition 1

Proposition 1

Librarians must love learning

Learning is at the heart of the library mission Learning of all types from the most informal A one stop route to everything physical or virtual

50 Proposition 2

Proposition 2

Librarians must build bridges

Reaching out to new audiences Linking the community to itself Connecting people to knowledge, culture and ideas The place where journeys start and a place where journeys end

51 Proposition 3

Proposition 3

Librarians must be streetwise

Unique closeness to communities User focus is vital User-friendly systems Perhaps the most under-promoted skill of the librarian

52 Proposition 4

Proposition 4

Librarians must be innovators

Creating new resources, new services Identifying community trends Helping communities to develop for themselves Breaking down traditional barriers to service integration

53 Proposition 5

Proposition 5

Librarians must have passion

This is a time for action, a time to take risks If we cannot speak with passion about libraries, who will? Be confident advocates a nation in love with knowledge

54 Proposition 6

Proposition 6

Librarians must be leaders

Information management Metadata maestros! Information wizards The peoples professionals Learn the tactics and strategies of leadership

55 Proposition 7

Proposition 7

Librarians must be dreamers

Solve 10 impossible problems every day Defend the past and create the future Help every citizen to surpass their own hopes and aspirations

56 THANK YOU

THANK YOU

Chris.batt@mla.gov.uk www.mla.gov.uk

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