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CLIF Project22 March 2011<br />Simon Waddington<br />Centre for e-Research (CeRch)<br />King’s College London<br />1<br />
CLIF Project<br />2<br /><ul><li>CLIF - Content Lifecycle Integration Framework
Funded by JISC
01 July 2009 – 31st March 2011
University of Hull
King’s College London
Centre for e-Research
Software to be released under open source licence
Currently in evaluation phase</li></li></ul><li>Objectives<br />3<br /><ul><li>Study role of digital repositories in the c...
Understand how cross-system user activity can be supported by the repository
Investigate where the repository is best positioned in the content lifecycle
Includes use as a staging area
Investigate:
The flow of content into the repository for preservation
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  1. 1. CLIF Project22 March 2011<br />Simon Waddington<br />Centre for e-Research (CeRch)<br />King’s College London<br />1<br />
  2. 2. CLIF Project<br />2<br /><ul><li>CLIF - Content Lifecycle Integration Framework
  3. 3. Funded by JISC
  4. 4. 01 July 2009 – 31st March 2011
  5. 5. University of Hull
  6. 6. King’s College London
  7. 7. Centre for e-Research
  8. 8. Software to be released under open source licence
  9. 9. Currently in evaluation phase</li></li></ul><li>Objectives<br />3<br /><ul><li>Study role of digital repositories in the content lifecycle
  10. 10. Understand how cross-system user activity can be supported by the repository
  11. 11. Investigate where the repository is best positioned in the content lifecycle
  12. 12. Includes use as a staging area
  13. 13. Investigate:
  14. 14. The flow of content into the repository for preservation
  15. 15. The retrieval of content from the repository for reuse.
  16. 16. Understand usage of integrated system in context of institutional preservation policies</li></li></ul><li>Use cases<br />4<br /><ul><li>Use cases cover research, teaching and administration
  17. 17. Learning materials
  18. 18. Examination papers - prepared in SharePoint, and copied to a public repository.
  19. 19. Exams may be carried out online via VLE
  20. 20. Student solutions and marks stored in private repository
  21. 21. Research publications and datasets
  22. 22. Publications – preparation in collaboration system (SharePoint, Sakai).
  23. 23. After approval, publication is public repository
  24. 24. Data associated with research paper stored in private repository folder</li></li></ul><li>System overview<br />5<br />
  25. 25. SharePoint – Fedora integration <br />6<br /><ul><li>Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
  26. 26. Fedora Commons repository v3.4
  27. 27. Open source application developed by DuraSpace
  28. 28. Aim to provide a “reference implementation”
  29. 29. Produce components that are reusable in production deployments
  30. 30. SharePoint MySite used as basis of integration
  31. 31. Provides administrative and end user interfaces
  32. 32. Creation of MySite for new user automatically deploys CLIF solution – “feature stapling”
  33. 33. Includes creation of Fedora repository user account and private folders
  34. 34. Enabled multiple optional features (e.g. for deposit) that can be deployed according to user requirements</li></li></ul><li>Fedora repository<br />7<br /><ul><li>Fedora provides only a repository platform
  35. 35. Front ends – Hydra, Islandora, ..
  36. 36. Uses Hydra content models (simple Fedora objects)
  37. 37. Hierarchical folder structure
  38. 38. Private and public repository folders
  39. 39. Access management handled by XACML policies created within SharePoint</li></li></ul><li>Deposit to Fedora<br />8<br /><ul><li>Deposit options selected from menu on item in document library
  40. 40. Copy to Repository
  41. 41. Copies content item and metadata to private repository folder
  42. 42. User can browse to repository folder
  43. 43. Bulk copy – copies multiple items
  44. 44. Move to Repository
  45. 45. Moves content item and metadata to private repository folder
  46. 46. Replaces item in document library by a hyperlink
  47. 47. Places copy of hyperlink in Archive List (on MySite sidebar)
  48. 48. Publish to Repository
  49. 49. Copies item to public repository
  50. 50. Default is to run approval workflow
  51. 51. Option to provide MODS metadata entry form for entry of detailed preservation metadata</li></li></ul><li>Retrieval of documents<br />9<br /><ul><li>Retrieval of moved documents
  52. 52. Documents (not metadata) can be retrieved by selecting hyperlink in Archive List
  53. 53. Search – based on SharePoint indexing
  54. 54. Search of document metadata in SharePoint
  55. 55. Full text search of documents in SharePoint
  56. 56. Search of document metadata in Fedora
  57. 57. Currently restricted to retrieval of simple Fedora objects
  58. 58. Required to implement compund and complex objects to provide full repository browse functionality</li></li></ul><li>Configuration options<br />10<br /><ul><li>Document list contains “project” column
  59. 59. User can configure list of active projects from link on MySite sidebar
  60. 60. Documents can be associated to specific projects
  61. 61. Publication of documents
  62. 62. Administrator can configure locations of public repository folders
  63. 63. On publication, user can select from list of allowable locations
  64. 64. Set access level
  65. 65. Selectable from document context menu
  66. 66. Enables private documents to be shared</li></li></ul><li>Implementation<br />11<br /><ul><li>Implementation uses C# middleware
  67. 67. Wrapper for Fedora API-M and API-A web services
  68. 68. Performs Fedora object creation in FOXML schema (native Fedora format)
  69. 69. Document metadata extracted from SharePoint and mapped to Dublin Core
  70. 70. Additional Policy.xml created to handle access
  71. 71. Generates RDF relations between Fedora objects to create repository folder structure "RELS-EXT"
  72. 72. SharePoint UI implemented as features
  73. 73. Features can be selectively deployed by administrator according to requirements of specific user groups.</li></li></ul><li>Further developments<br />12<br /><ul><li>SharePoint 2010 porting
  74. 74. Currently under investigation
  75. 75. Basic framework including Hydra content object creation can be directly ported
  76. 76. Packaging as RIC plug-in?
  77. 77. Search
  78. 78. Integrate with Solr indexing to provide full text search of Fedora
  79. 79. Repository browse functionality
  80. 80. Need to handle compound/complex Fedora objects
  81. 81. Verification of Fedora objects for Hydra compatibility
  82. 82. Security
  83. 83. User account creation and management in Fedora
  84. 84. Excel web services
  85. 85. Provide features to support processing and archival of research data using shared Excel spreadsheets</li></li></ul><li>Further Information<br />Project website<br />http://www2.hull.ac.uk/discover/clif.aspx<br />13<br />
  86. 86. Demo<br />Available today<br />14<br />
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