Category Archives: NBK

Over 40 libraries have contributed to the National Bibliographic Knowledgebase (NBK) so far. Will you be next?

We’re very pleased to report that we’re over half-way to our target of having 75 institutions represented on the NBK by the end of January 2018. We’ve just sent over our 40th and 41st institutions to be loaded onto the database, and we now have a great cross-section of UK HE and specialist libraries represented … Read more

NBK overview, October 2017

We were very pleased to be invited to speak at the EPUG-UKI conference earlier this week, where we gave an update on the current progress of the NBK, and extended an invitation for all UK HE libraries to contact us if they’d like to discuss contributing data. Slides from the event are below, or downloadable … Read more

NBK: meeting other CBS partners

Lots of work is going on in the Jisc National Bibliographic Knowledgebase (NBK) project to get the new database built and populated with data loads from UK HE and specialist libraries. The database is being built by OCLC, on their CBS software which is already used to power national and regional bibliographic infrastructure in a number of … Read more

New UK-wide service will transform library collaboration: The National Bibliographic Knowledgebase

The following text is the press release from Jisc and OCLC announcing their plan to collaboratively build and deliver the centrepiece system that was first envisaged in the National Monograph Strategy Roadmap (published in September 2014). That document talked about the need for a National Knowledgebase that would drive a range of functions and we are, following … Read more

The National Bibliographic Knowledgebase

Jisc has been working very closely with representatives from the academic library sector (and in particular RLUK, SCONUL and the British Library) to refine and articulate requirements for a new large scale national service. The proposed title of the service is the National Bibliographic Knowledgebase (or NBK for short). National Bibliographic Knowledgebase This is essentially the Knowledgebase that the National … Read more