This programme of work has been initiated to drive forward the vision to improve discoverability and access to digital collections for learning, teaching and research.
The focus of the Digital Library Programme will be on developing the infrastructure to support digital scholarship activities and new interfaces to provide authorised access to large scale digitised and purchased content. It will address current issues with discoverability and content access through improving the user experience for students, researchers, and online audiences.
This transformational programme is set to run for a minimum of three years commencing October 2018.
Kirsty Lingstadt, IS Library and University Collections Programme Owner Karen Stirling, IS Applications - Project Services Programme Manager Stephen Roy, IS Applications - Project Services Portfolio Manager
Current Programme status
|DLIB001||Digitised Library Workflows Options Appraisal||BLUE||October 2019||Sue Woodger||Closed||Close|
|DLIB002||Collections as Data||BLUE||December 2019||Hilary Shand||Closed||Close|
|DLIB003||Language Online - Dual Language for Collections||Karen Stirling||Not Started||Initiate|
|DLIB004||Digital Workflow - Goobi Implementation||Frankie Quinn||In Progress||Initiate|
|DLIB005||Procurement of DAMS (Digital Asset Management System)||Robert Hamilton||Not Started||Initiate|
|DLIB006||Library Databases - Digital Access Analysis||Karen Stirling||Not Started||Initiate|
|DLIB007||Access to All Collections Online||Karen Stirling||Not Started||Initiate|