There was a great crowd at the University of Windsor “Future of the ILS” symposium. The presentation is available from http://dltj.org/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/200611-uwindsor-soa/. An outline of the presentation is given below with links into the presentation slides. Amanda Etches-Johnson has also posted a great summary of the presentation on her blog, “Blog Without A Library.”
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- What Is Service Oriented Architecture?
- Why Should I Care?
- What Might a Library SOA Look Like?
- Ground Rules
- The Business Processes of a Traditional ILS
- Traditional and Non-traditional Services for Discovering Content
- Traditional and Non-traditional Services for Describing Content
- Non-traditional Uses of Traditional ILS Functions
- Non-Traditional Locations of Traditional and Non-Traditional ILS Functions
- Who Else Is Talking About This?
[20061116T1222 Added a link to Amanda Etches-Johnson’s summary. Thanks, Amanda!]
[20100317T1539 Replaced links to slides. The host where the presentation was originally located is no longer in operation.](This post was updated on 10-Sep-2011.)