- 23rd Oct 2014
- 228mm x 155mm x 22mm
More Library Mashups: Exploring new ways to deliver library data
Foreword - Michael Sauers Introduction - Nicole C. Engard PART I: MASHUPS: THE BASICS 1. IFTTT makes data play easy? - Gary Green 2. The non-developer's guide to creating map mashups - Eva Dodsworth 3. OpenRefine(ing) and visualizing library data - Martin Hawksey 4. Umlaut: Mashing Up Delivery and Access - Jonathan Rochkind PART II: MASHED UP LIBRARY WEBSITES 5. Building a better library calendar with Drupal and Evanced - Kara Reuter and Stefan Langer 6. An API of APIs: a microservice mashup for library websites - Sean Hannan 7. Using a spreadsheet to add Open Library covers to your site - Rowena McKernan PART III: MASHING LIBRARY CATALOG DATA 8. Twitterbot: searching your libraries' catalogue via Twitter - Bianca Kramer 9. Putting library catalogue data on the map - Natalie Pollecutt 10. Mashups and next generation catalogue at work - Anne Lena Westrum 11. A Wikipedia current awareness service to deliver catalogue records using Google Apps Script - Natalie Pollecutt PART IV: VISUALIZING DATA WITH MASHUPS 12. Telling stories with Google Maps mashups - Olga Buchel 13. Visualizing a collection using interactive maps - Francine Berish and Sarah Simpkin 14. Creating computer availability maps - Scott Bacon 15. Getting digi with it: using TimelineJS to transform digital archival collections - Jeanette Claire Sewell PART V: MASHUPS FOR VALUE ADDED SERVICES 16. BookMeUp: creating a book suggestion app. an experiment with HTML5, web services, and location-based browsing - Jason Clark 17. Stanford's SearchWorks: unified discovery for collections? - Bess Sadler 18. Libki & Koha : An example of single signon integration via leveraging open source software - Kyle M Hall 19. Disassembling the ILS: using MarcEdit and Koha as an example of how users are using system APIs to develop custom workflows - Terry Reese 20. Mashing up information to stay on top of news - Celine Kelly 21. Facilitating serendipitous discovery with Serendip-o-matic - Meghan Frazer.
Nicole C. Engard is the Vice President of Education at ByWater Solutions. Her primary role at ByWater Solutions is to educate librarians about open source software with a focus on the Koha ILS. Nicole keeps the library community up to date on web technologies via her website What I Learned Today... (www.web2learning.net). In 2007, Nicole was named one of Library Journal's Movers & Shakers and in 2009 she was the editor of the Facet book Library Mashups.