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  • Automated inputs when possible or importing local databases such as EndNote or RIS files to facilitate deposits. We have also developped the connection with pubmed….
  • This is a very new information. I met the INRA directors last week in order to obtain this mandate. We got it and it is a big changes to come, and quite a scoop at this time. It is the promise to have a complete database within the 2 next years. And we can now think of services
  • Which will be launched or begun in june for a 3 year period. The goal is to set up an international thematic portal in the field of agriculture, food & environment. It will agregate or collect data from different european open archives. This project is funded by the european commission We’ve decided to expose our data in OAI-MODS. MODS is a standard format maintened by the library of congress We would like to add semantic dimension to our data (RDF) and interface (RDFa)
  • How does the interaction work between HAL and ProdInra It is a good case study.

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  • 1. IAALD World Congress / 2010 – 04 - 29 Providing Services to INRA & the international agricultural community: ProdInra & the IIS by Diane Le Hénaff
  • 2. Overview
    • ProdInra: meeting users’ needs
    • A policy for getting data from researchers
    • Offering services to users
    • For greater visibility
  • 3. ProdInra: meeting users’ needs
  • 4. Meeting users’ needs! Who are the users? INRA community (including staff, laboratories, research divisions, and the board of directors) International community Reporting & Indicators, Outputs & Exports The needs Visibility of INRA work/research User-friendly interface & functionalities
  • 5. Meeting users’ needs! The existing tool: ProdInra 1 (Nov. 2006 -> Nov. 2010) Only in French, limited functionalities, not an easy search, not very friendly interface ….
  • 6. Meeting users’ needs! ProdInra 2: scheduled to open in Dec. 2010
    • Easy search
    • Dashboards
    • RSS….
  • 7. A policy for getting data from researchers
  • 8. A policy for getting data from researchers One target: getting data in order to be able to offer the services expected By tracking 90% of INRA productions to produce relevant indicators By exposing data (OAI and WS) for data dissemination By providing inputs to facilitate deposits By providing outputs & functionalities Data - getting data - - offering services -
  • 9. A policy for getting data from researchers Arthur Sale, Professor of Computing (Research), University of Tasmania : [… mandatory policies result in high content rates (70–90 percent), compared to voluntary deposit policies which tend to capture only 10–20 percent of the available research output.] Source : http://eprints.utas.edu.au/264/1/Comparison_of_content_policies_in_Australia.pdf The only way to get 90% of INRA production: the mandate INRA will mandate the authors to deposit as soon as ProdInra 2 opens
  • 10. Offering services to users
  • 11.
    • Allowing researchers to deposit all their production (even produced outside INRA)
    • Providing the list of productions categorized as required by the INRA & French assessment procedure
    Compensating the researchers for their effort
    • Providing a more user- friendly interface and convienient functionalities
    Offering services to our researchers
    • Speeding up the deposit process with new functions…
  • 12. Offering services to our users User-friendly interface & functionalities: 1038 results on the topic « arabidopsis » Services Export possibilities Refine option Author representation: tag cloud
  • 13. Example with the result analysis function Offering services to our users
  • 14. For greater visibility
  • 15. For greater visibility Interaction with other applications using OAI-PMH & Webservices -> To be implemented within 2 years : MODS, RDFa and RDF
  • 16. Set INRA Harvesting Rejecting data already referenced in ProdInra Importing productions referenced on HAL (case of multi-affiliated researchers) For greater visibility Focus with the French open archive: HAL Exporting data to HAL in accordance with their policy
  • 17. Conclusion & questions
  • 18. Mandatory policy Services to INRA & International Community Conclusion Need of a complete database with quality data expected
    • Management board needs to:
    • track & follow the INRA production
    • have relevant indicators
    Data
  • 19. Questions NOW – you are welcome OR LATER – contact me for further information Diane Le Hénaff Email : lehenaff@versailles.inra.fr Ph : +33(0)1-30-83-33-72 Mobile : +33(0)6-85-57-80-16 http://www.prodinra.inra.fr