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Summary of the UC Curation Center (UC3) Merritt repository and its use in support of research data management as exemplified by its integration with the DataShare and Research Hub portals.

Summary of the UC Curation Center (UC3) Merritt repository and its use in support of research data management as exemplified by its integration with the DataShare and Research Hub portals.

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  • UC Research Development Network Meeting UC Irvine, 25-26 February 2012 Supporting UCResearch Data Management Stephen Abrams Patricia Cruse John Kunze Rosalie Lack Carly Strasser UC Curation Center, California Digital Library www.cdlib.org/uc3 uc3@ucop.edu
  • About the UC Curation Center Ensuring the viability, sharing, and use of the University’s digital assets across time and space Innovative curation services for preservation of, and access to, research outputs ► Preservation enables access over time ► Access is dependent upon preservation up to a point in time Applicable throughout the scholarly lifecycle Open source, open data Community-driven www.cdlib.org/uc3 uc3@ucop.edu
  • Why is research data management important? Better data management leads to … ► More data sharing ► More data reuse ► Better ROI ► Better scholarship ► Better impact factor See, for example, Piwowar, Carison, and Vision (2011), Proc. ASIS&T 48(1): 1-4 doi.wiley.com/10.1002/meet.2011.14504801337 $48.6 B 100% UC conducts one-twelfth of all 90% 80% Private Public US university research and 70% 60% UC development 50% 40% 30% ► $4.7 B out of $48.6 B in 2010 20% 10% 0% $4.7 B
  • What keeps UC researchers up at night? How do I fulfill the How much will data management it cost? requirements of my grant? Why should I care about preservation? I just need a place to Where can I get put my data. help? How can I share my work with my Are there standards or colleagues?best practices I should be aware of? How can I provide access to my What are work? “metadata”? How can I publish the Can’t my work be data associated with included in the How can I make my publications? Web of Science? sure I get credit ?
  • How can UC3 help? Engage with the research community early in the lifecycle Prioritize scarce resources in support of emerging initiatives Start small: provide simple tools and services that can evolve into more complex and comprehensive solutions Deploy flexible infrastructure and services that can be used in diverse ways Develop partnerships and collaborate now more than ever
  • How can UC3 help? Research ► Create funder-compliant data management plans with Collect ► Curate datasets and web sites with Publish ► Manage identifiers for persistent citation with Save/Share ► Preserve, share, and provide access to research outputs with
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share dmptool.orgFinalist for 2012DPC Award forResearch andInnovation  Create data management plans
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share dmptool.orgFinalist for 2012DPC Award forResearch andInnovation  Create data management plans  Meet funder requirements
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share dmptool.orgFinalist for 2012DPC Award forResearch andInnovation  Create data management plans  Meet funder requirements  Instructions and guidance
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Share > Save dmptool.orgFinalist for 2012DPC Award forResearch andInnovationTwo new grant-funded projects Functional enhancements and open source community development Sloan Foundation Training and outreach IMLS  Create data management plans  Meet funder requirements  Instructions and guidance  Local resources and services
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share curation for tabular data Excel add-in for desktop use, or Azure web service for online usedataup.cdlib.org www.dataup.org  Best practices check  Data description  Persistent identifier and citation generation  Repository submission
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share n2t.net/ezid“Take control of themanagement anddistribution of yourresearch, share andget credit for it, andbuild your reputationthrough its collectionand documentation”UC3 is a foundingpartner of theDataCite consortium  Create ARK or DOI  Manage identifier and citation metadata  Global discovery via DataCite Primo and soon, Web of Knowledge
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share merritt.cdlib.org www.cdlib.org/uc3/merritt Dark or bright archive Curatorial access control Data use agreements Integration with  UI and API submission  Collection management  Search and browse (soon)  Metadata display  Access and download
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share datashare.ucsf.edu“Researchers benefitfrom increasedcollaborations, validation, and recognition oftheir work; institutionsand funders benefit fromthe measurable increasein the impact of theirresources; and societybenefits from the fasterpace at which sciencecan progress”  Contribute data for sharing  Search and browse
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share datashare.ucsf.edu“Researchers benefit  Persistentfrom increased identifiers viacollaborations, validation, and recognition oftheir work; institutions  Management &and funders benefit fromthe measurable increase preservationin the impact of theirresources; and societybenefits from the fasterpace at which sciencecan progress”  Contribute data for sharing  Search and browse  Metadata display  Access and download  Create citation
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share researchhub.berkeley.edu“Powerful tools for  Persistentcontent management identifiers viaand collaboration” Collaborate with  Management & colleagues preservation Organize and enrich research data Connect the scholarly ecosystem  Contribute data for sharing  Catalog, tag, and publish data  Preserve data for future re-use
  • Research > Collect > Publish > Save > Share was.cdlib.org“The web has  Persistentrevolutionized our identifiers viaaccess toinformation, but webresources are fragile  Management &and ready access tothem cannot be taken preservationfor granted” Archive on-line publications Capture contemporary events Save at-risk web sites  Select, harvest, and catalog web resources  Published curated archives  Search/browse for access  Preserve for future re-use
  • What will it cost? The ultimate success of Merritt, WAS, and related services is dependent on their long-term sustainability ► Technical ► Administrative ► Financial Cost model goals ► Cost recovery ► Flexibility Two service levels  Two payment schedules ► Standard – 2 copies, 1 data center  Pay-as-you-go ► Premium – 3 copies, 2 data centers  Paid-up (for a 10 year term) wiki.ucop.edu/display/Curation/Cost+Modeling
  • Supporting UC research data management Engage with the research community early in the lifecycle  Build community Prioritize scarce resources in support of emerging initiatives  Be entrepreneurial Start small: provide simple tools and services that can evolve into more complex and comprehensive solutions  Develop sustainable solutions Deploy flexible infrastructure and services that can be used in diverse ways  Enable diverse use cases and workflows Develop partnerships and collaborate now more than ever
  • Supporting UC research data management Engage with the research community early in the lifecycle  Build community Prioritize scarce resources in support of emerging initiatives  Be entrepreneurial Start small: provide simple tools and services that can evolve into more complex and comprehensive solutions  Develop sustainable solutions Deploy flexible infrastructure and services that can be used in diverse ways  Enable diverse use cases and workflows Develop partnerships and collaborate now more than ever!
  • Supporting UC research data management UC Curation Center California Digital Library Stephen Abrams Abhishek Salve Patricia Cruse Joan Starr Scott Fisher Rosalie Lack Greg Janée Carly Strasser John Kunze Marisa Strong David Loy Adrian Turner Mark Reyes Perry Willett www.cdlib.org/uc3 uc3@ucop.edu