Apologies. That was not intended for the full list..
On 1/13/12 1:08 PM, Mark Canney wrote:
> Interesting. Thanks Doreen. We went to meet with Lyrasis folks at
> Lafayette yesterday. Sounds like they're going to be pushing
> Evergreen ..
> On 1/13/12 12:30 PM, Doreen Herold wrote:
>> Apologies for cross-posting...
>> For an update on the developments of Kuali OLE (KOLE), an effort to
>> "to develop the *first system designed by and for academic and
>> research libraries* for managing and delivering intellectual
>> information", please click the link below:
>> On a light note, the first blog post of the new year includes a
>> collection of haiku, with reflections on KOLE and the services it
>> will provide. Following the haiku, you can read more blog posts,
>> including one about the KOLE Document Store:
>> "Designed to be format agnostic, the document store can be configured
>> to accept records from any metadata schema---from MARC to Dublin Core
>> to schemes not yet developed. It will also store and index
>> non-bibliographic data, such as item records or licenses for
>> e-resources. Documents can be structured (e.g. MARC or ONIX-PL) or
>> unstructured (e.g. licenses in PDF or Word). Links between documents
>> can be enabled within OLE (License to order; Bibl. Record to item;
>> etc.) and in the future they plan externally linking perhaps to the
>> LC SKOS records."
>> If you have any questions or comments, feel free to use the "Ask
>> Kuali OLE" link at the top left of the blog.
>> Thank you and Happy New Year!
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