Assessing Transformation Findings from the Measuring Reuse Project

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Assessing Transformation Findings from the Measuring Reuse Project Santi Thompson Caroline Muglia Genya O’Gara

Assessing Transformation Findings from the Measuring Reuse Project Santi Thompson Caroline Muglia Genya O’Gara Liz Woolcott Ayla Stein Kenfield Elizabeth Kelly

Presentation Outline I. Project Background II. Definitions III. Methodology and Results IV. Prioritized Use

Presentation Outline I. Project Background II. Definitions III. Methodology and Results IV. Prioritized Use Cases V. Next Steps 2

Project Background

Project Background

Santi Thompson University of Houston sathomp 3@central. uh. edu | @Santi. Thompson #digreuse Project

Santi Thompson University of Houston sathomp [email protected] uh. edu | @Santi. Thompson #digreuse Project Team Elizabeth J. Kelly Loyola University, New Orleans [email protected] edu | @Elizabeth. Jelly Caroline Muglia University of Southern California [email protected] edu Genya O’Gara Virtual Library of Virginia, George Mason University [email protected] edu | @genyao Ayla Stein Kenfield University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign [email protected] edu | @The. Stacks. Cat reuse. diglib. org Liz Woolcott Utah State University liz. [email protected] edu | @lizwoolcott 4

Assessment Interest Group (AIG) Surveying the Landscape: Use and Usability Assessment of Digital Libraries

Assessment Interest Group (AIG) Surveying the Landscape: Use and Usability Assessment of Digital Libraries (2015) white paper 2017 National Leadership Grant (LG-73 -17 -0002 -17) July 01, 2017 – June 30, 2018 Previous Work and Support 5

Definitions

Definitions

Assessing Use vs. Reuse Use Reuse Discovering and browsing objects in a digital repository,

Assessing Use vs. Reuse Use Reuse Discovering and browsing objects in a digital repository, often described as “downloads” or “clicks, ” without knowing the specific context for the use. How often and in what ways digital repository materials are utilized and/or repurposed, knowing the context of the use. Ex. Web analytics; CMS supplied analytics Ex. Social media use; reverse image lookup 7

Methodology and Results

Methodology and Results

Prioritized Reuse Assessment Use Cases ur su l. S Re tia Ini S up

Prioritized Reuse Assessment Use Cases ur su l. S Re tia Ini S up ro s G ata D cu Fo ded Co v lts ey UC Data Collection And Analysis FG Our Process 9

Data Collection ● Initial Survey ● Focus Group sessions ● Follow Up Survey 10

Data Collection ● Initial Survey ● Focus Group sessions ● Follow Up Survey 10

Focus Group Analysis Document Code Generate Use Cases 11

Focus Group Analysis Document Code Generate Use Cases 11

Examples of Reuse (so far…) ▹ ▹ ▹ metadata aggregators digital exhibits archiving websites

Examples of Reuse (so far…) ▹ ▹ ▹ metadata aggregators digital exhibits archiving websites social media commercializing content blogs/other online publishing scholarly citations support cultural or political statements games commentary/ annotation remixes presentations ▹ ▹ ▹ ▹ ▹ digital humanities project/research virtual reality environment genealogical research institutional history educational lesson plans/instruction research for historic preservation Wikipedia citations documentary footage and/or research workshop and training sessions marketing materials 12

Use Cases Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting Privacy, Rights Management, and Ethics Use cases

Use Cases Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting Privacy, Rights Management, and Ethics Use cases that address how reuse data is being assembled, interpreted, and communicated to various audiences and stakeholders. Use cases that address the assessment of reuse through legal, ethical, and culturally-aware perspectives Collection Development Use cases that address how to assess aspects of a digital collection based on reuse data. 13

Prioritized Use Cases

Prioritized Use Cases

Importance of measuring reuse for the institution (n=227) 15

Importance of measuring reuse for the institution (n=227) 15

1. Understanding how content is being reused in a variety of contexts by various

1. Understanding how content is being reused in a variety of contexts by various audiences (social media, classrooms, scholarly works, genealogy, digital humanities, etc. ) 2. Tell stories of impact with the reuse data that has been captured and tailor it to specific audiences/stakeholders 3. Assesses quality and quantity of items reused to inform digitization projects and priorities Prioritized Use Cases (1 of 2) 16

4. Enable/encourage attribution of materials from collection in various reuse contexts, including through sharing

4. Enable/encourage attribution of materials from collection in various reuse contexts, including through sharing and reposting on social media, integration into classroom instruction, citing in scholarly works, or through non -academic avenues 5. Know and understand digital repository users without violating user privacy Prioritized Use Cases (2 of 2) 17

Functionalities for a Reuse Assessment Toolkit weighted and averaged (n=223, range 7. 45 -13.

Functionalities for a Reuse Assessment Toolkit weighted and averaged (n=223, range 7. 45 -13. 09) 18

Next Steps

Next Steps

Spread the word ▹ Setting a Foundation for Assessing Content Reuse: A White Paper

Spread the word ▹ Setting a Foundation for Assessing Content Reuse: A White Paper From the Developing a Framework for Measuring Reuse of Digital Objects project. ▹ Performance Measurements & Metrics, “Barriers and Solutions to Assessing Digital Library Reuse: Preliminary Findings” ▹ Upcoming conferences: ■ GL 20 Conference ■ CNI Fall 2018 Meeting 20

Applying for another grant ▹ Second grant to build the toolkit based on use

Applying for another grant ▹ Second grant to build the toolkit based on use cases and functional requirements 21

THANKS! Any questions? 22 reuse. diglib. org

THANKS! Any questions? 22 reuse. diglib. org