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ESI Supplemental 1   E-research Support Slides

ESI Supplemental 1 E-research Support Slides



E-Research Support at ...

E-Research Support at
Johns Hopkins University & Purdue University

Supplemental Webinar
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Presented by Sayeed Choudhurry & James Mullins



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  • KRISTIWelcome
  • First we have the goal of making sure that PURR can address the needs of data mgmt planning, and we have populated the site with a variety of tools and resources to help researchers do that—we emphasize this is necessary for all projects, not just NSF ones
  • One of the strengths of PURR is built into the HUBzero® platform, the ability to engage in collaborative work—Purdue researchers can create projects, they can use them to stage a grant, they can invite others to participate, create or add files, etc.
  • A key part of PURR is the incentive to submit projects for funding (as universities kind of like getting funding), and we are automating a process whereby once a grant is awarded, researchers automatically acquire more space—the chart may be hard to read but is on the website if you’re curious
  • As a goal is make research more transparent and data more available, PURR allows for what we are currently calling “publishing” and archiving data sets and collections—notice that it has to be submitted and reviewed first, and we are building a service in which librarians can approve submissions much like we do for our IR, after a check that metadata is added to ensure adequate descriptions for discovery and preservation. We believe that as data sets become collections, libraries will need to apply collection development principles to manage them
  • We continue to work on the longevity of support for these collections… currently we see them supported on the discovery platform for 10 years, at which time a selection or de-selection decision can be made, which is why we believe librarians must be involved early on, so they can make collection mgmt decisions down the road. We have just received funding to work on this and the preservation environment that will support long term preservation

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