Research Data Management - Gaps and Opportunities

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Slides from my talk with Rachel Bruce on challenges and opportunities for research data management at the EPSRC / Digital Curation Centre event "Assessing institutional awareness & readiness for …

Slides from my talk with Rachel Bruce on challenges and opportunities for research data management at the EPSRC / Digital Curation Centre event "Assessing institutional awareness & readiness for compliance with EPSRC Policy Framework" in Glasgow on 8th May 2014. For more information see http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/other-dcc-events/assessing-institutional-readiness

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  • 1. Rachel Bruce, Director ofTechnology Innovation Digital Futures, Jisc Martin Hamilton, Futurist Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities
  • 2. 1. Jisc support for Research Data Management 2. Your priorities – survey feedback, delegate poll 3. Recent interventions 4. Gaps and opportunities Research Data Management 2 Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities Image CC BY-NC Flickr user giladlotan
  • 3. 1. Jisc support for Research Data Management 2. Your priorities – survey feedback, delegate poll 3. Recent interventions 4. Gaps and opportunities Research Data Management 3 Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities Image CC BY-NC Flickr user giladlotan
  • 4. 1. Jisc Support for Research Data Management Research Data Management 4 Advice & Guidance Training Networks of expertise & stakeholders Standards & protocols Experiments & prototypes Shared services & infrastructure Tools to support RDM Brokered access to services & infrastructure Arkivum; Cloud Research Data Discovery ; Journal data policy db; Medical data management software Deposit & re-use e.g. e-lab note books SWORD; DMP vocabulary; metadataData citation; legal; DCC how to guides Jorum materials; DCC 101; workshops etc University practitioners; curation experts DMP On-Line; Cardio;Sherpa Juliet
  • 5. Data Clouod Librarians, research managers & IT have three interlocking suites of services, to support researcher needs and institutional policies Researchers have a cohesive and interlocking suite of research data management, publication and discovery services Research Data Management and Planning Services Research Data Storage and Archival Services Research Data Discovery Services UKDS, BADC Research Data Management Applications ICSU /WDSEBI / GenBank Research Data Management Applications Journal Policies Registry Research Data Registry / Cross Repository Discovery Service Key Established service Project Other supported JISC supported DMPonline DMP Registry Research Data Management and Discovery Services for the Research Data Lifecycle SWORD + Disciplinary Data Repositories (National and International) Institutional Data CataloguesInstitutional Data Catalogues Disciplinary Research Data DiscoveryServices Metadata Exchange Between Journals, Archives, Repositories There is a set of infrastructure components that underpin all three suitesResearcher identifiers Organisation identifiers RegistriesData Identifiers Data Identifiers and MetadataSchema Support for Research Data Lifecycle Cloud/Storage
  • 6. 1. Jisc Support for Research Data Management Research Data Management 6 60% 40% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Jisc funded UK HEI Research Data Management Policy Results from Autumn 2013 UK HE RDM Survey: 60% (9 out of 15) of the institutions engaging with Jisc have a RDM policy compared with 40% (15 out of 38) of the whole sample. (analysis by Stephane Goldstein, RIN)
  • 7. 1. Jisc Support for Research Data Management Research Data Management 7 33% 16% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% Jisc funded UK HEI Research Data service Results from Autumn 2013 UK HE RDM Survey: 33% (5 out of 15) of those engaging with Jisc have a research data service in place. This falls to 16% for the sample as a whole. (analysis by Stephane Goldstein, RIN)
  • 8. 1. Jisc support for Research Data Management 2. Your priorities – survey feedback, delegate poll 3. Recent interventions 4. Gaps and opportunities Research Data Management 8 Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities Image CC BY-NC Flickr user giladlotan
  • 9. 2.Your Priorities – Challenges from Jisc Digifest Research Data Management 9 - Active storage is not compliance, evidence of HEIs repeating the same patterns & interpreting compliance differently. - Creating compelling services that will appeal to researchers. - Getting researchers to engage ; researchers /PI think of it as their data. - Building trust across the parts of the HEI that are involved. - Political issues. - Disciplinary differences. - Misconceptions – not all data is open – need to be clear and ensure this is understood. - Tools that take you through the whole journey. - 150 HEIs coming up with own solutions!
  • 10. 2.Your Priorities – Delegate Poll Research Data Management 10
  • 11. Research Data Management 11 2.Your Priorities – Delegate Poll
  • 12. Research Data Management 12 2.Your Priorities – Delegate Poll
  • 13. 1. Jisc support for Research Data Management 2. Your priorities – survey feedback, delegate poll 3. Recent interventions 4. Gaps and opportunities Research Data Management 13 Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities Image CC BY-NC Flickr user giladlotan
  • 14. 3. Recent interventions Research Data Management 14
  • 15. 3. Recent interventions Research Data Management 15
  • 16. 1. Jisc support for Research Data Management 2. Your priorities – survey feedback, delegate poll 3. Recent interventions 4. Gaps and opportunities Research Data Management 16 Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities Image CC BY-NC Flickr user giladlotan
  • 17. Research Data Management 17 Image CC BY-NC-SA Flickr user verbeeldingskr8
  • 18. 4. Gaps and opportunities – liaison activities Liaison :UK HEIs and research institutes – e.g. DBIS, HEFCE, libraries, IT directors, RCUK , publishers etc Research SectorTransparency Board, RCUK National E- Infrastructure Group & E- Infrastructure Leadership Council Work with international initiatives: »Research Data Alliance,CODATA, EuroCRIS,ANDS »Knowledge Exchange – at the moment through the KE we are exploring incentives to sharing & funding models for research data infrastructure Research Data Management 18 European projects: SIM4RDM & 4Cs Jisc CASRAI - UK pilot :development of related vocabularies and standards, for example data management plans vocabularies
  • 19. 4. Gaps and opportunities – Co-Design process Co-design – Research at Risk ! There is currently an inefficient and fragmented approach to research data management throughout the UK.This leads to underperformance and cost inefficiencies across universities.There is a real risk to universities in failing to comply with government and funder requirements and be prepared for REF 2020. Research Data Management 19
  • 20. 4. Gaps and opportunities – potential futures Research Data Management 20 - What is compliance, Jisc can help clarify this, RCUK compliance for each of the components?We need a national understanding of compliance. - Breaking down the silos that exist – format, standards, visualisations – currently there needs to be more effort on this area. - Shared services, both central solutions and coordinated solutions. Can we have a national solution? - Case studies,Toolkits, Standards. - An approach to help change academic practice; hearts & minds.
  • 21. Rachel Bruce, Director ofTechnology Innovation Digital Futures, Jisc Martin Hamilton, Futurist Research Data Management: Gaps and Opportunities