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These are my slides on UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements, for the May 2014 meeting of the E-Infrastructure Project Directors Group. In this talk I take the perspective of an early career ...

These are my slides on UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements, for the May 2014 meeting of the E-Infrastructure Project Directors Group. In this talk I take the perspective of an early career researcher, now and in five years' time, and consider some possible interventions that would mean that the researchers of tomorrow are fully prepared to use e-infrastructure facilities in the UK and internationally to participate in open science. This work builds on the Researchers of Tomorrow study conducted by Jisc and the British Library, of which more at: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/publications/reports/2012/Researchers-of-Tomorrow.pdf

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UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements: Project Directors Group, May 2014 UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements: Project Directors Group, May 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • Martin Hamilton, Digital Futures @martin_hamilton m.hamilton@jisc.ac.uk http://martinh.net UK National E-Infrastructure: User Requirements Presentation to Project Directors Group May 2014
  • 1. An early career researcher perspective 2. A researcher’s five year vision 3. How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 2 UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements
  • 1. An early career researcher perspective 2. A researcher’s five year vision 3. How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 3 UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 4
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 5
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 6
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 7
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 8
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 9
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 10
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 11
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 12
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 13
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 14
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 15
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 16
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 17
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 18
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech - Sources of support UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 19
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech - Sources of support UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 20
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech - Sources of support UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 21
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech - Sources of support - Open practices UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 22
  • An Early Career Researcher Perspective - Jisc/BL study surveying 17,000 doctoral studentshttp://goo.gl/QT2DPu - Constraints on research - Discipline focus - Research resources - Discovery methods - Use/value of tech - Sources of support - Open practices UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 23
  • 1. An early career researcher perspective 2. A researcher’s five year vision 3. How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 24 UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements
  • A Researcher’s FiveYearVision UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 25 Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • 1. An early career researcher perspective 2. A researcher’s five year vision 3. How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 26 UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements
  • How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 27 Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 28 Examples of possible actions: Explicit role for DTCs? OpenScience MOOC (FutureLearn?) Training opportunities cf. http://etraining.esc.rl.ac.uk/ Showcase good practice “Impact” significance of altmetrics Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 29 Examples of possible actions: Grant/studentship conditions RCUK et al funding for APCs OpenAccess journals/presses Research data repositories cf. funder facilities, Arkivum, CKAN Workflow management cf. myExperiment,Taverna Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 30 Examples of possible actions: Support institutions to build their Research Computing teams E-Infrastructure trainers community Showcase good practice Funder set expectations? Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 31 Examples of possible actions: Subject domain, institutional + national data repositories Identity / access / authorization / … cf. Shibboleth, Moonshot, SAFE etc Services supporting open practice cf. LabTrove open lab notebooks, BRISSkit for biomedical data, myExperiment,Taverna Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • How can we collaborate to make this happen? UK National E-Infrastructure User Requirements 32 Examples of possible actions: Common technical standards e.g. APIs, metadata formats Buy, build or broker? cf. JASMIN, DiRAC,Janet Cloud Connectivity aspects cf. Aurora, LOLA, Janet Reach Finding and accessing facilities cf. Kit-Catalogue, equipment.data SLAs, billing and charging aspects Commercial licensing vs. open source, key codes link to CCPs etc Five years from now, I will: - Be trained on Open Science practices as part of my induction - Work with predominantly Open Access / Open Data materials - Receive active E-Infrastructure support from my HEI / RO - Collaborate with researchers around the world as a matter of course - Have access to world class facilities at my HEI / RO and elsewhere
  • Martin Hamilton, Digital Futures @martin_hamilton m.hamilton@jisc.ac.uk http://martinh.net UK National E-Infrastructure: User Requirements Presentation to Project Directors Group May 2014