For some time, when I've been speaking at conferences/meetings or writing I've been saying that Librarians need to start working actively on moving past Discovery systems and to start building Knowledge Creation Platforms.
So, I was very pleased this spring with the new Open Access journal 027.7 from the University Library of Basel, in Switzerland asked that I prepare a paper for their publication on this very topic. I did and it was published this week. If your interested in more details about what I envision these Knowledge Creation Platforms doing and why I think we need them, I encourage you to read it here. Note that in saying we need to move beyond Discovery systems that I'm also openly saying that we need our existing Discovery tools in order to build this functionality on TOP of them (provided they have the needed functionality to enable that to happen, something I discuss further in my paper).
BTW - While the journal is written in German, don't let that stop you because my article is in English. If you want to read more at the site, also remember that you can use Google Translate, enter the URL and it'll translate much of the content for you. Not perfectly, but workable.
I hope you'll find it useful and as always, I'd be delighted to hear your thoughts in response to the KCP concept.