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Full presentation of Database Subgroup to the meeting of the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP, ) working group meetings (Denmark, April 2014).

Full presentation of Database Subgroup to the meeting of the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP, ) working group meetings (Denmark, April 2014).

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    Towards a Global Network of Food Safety Knowledge Hubs Towards a Global Network of Food Safety Knowledge Hubs Presentation Transcript

    • Towards a Global Network of Food Safety Knowledge Hubs KLSWG Database Subgroup Knowledge & Learning Systems Working Group GFSP Denmark Working Group Meetings, April 24-26, 2014
    • short version of story
    • expectations (from GFSP documents) “Address critical gaps in coordination of capacity building initiatives through an open source knowledge sharing platform and community of practice.” “The GFSP will help improve access to such capacity building programs both through establishing and/or supporting a virtual depository, and through engaging and facilitating the stakeholders’ access to these programs.”
    • GFSP Coordinated Approach for Greater Impact Separate Independent (variably linked) actions Collective and Cohesive Approach (More Collaboration, Coordination, Communication, Connection)
    • Global Food Safety Knowledge Hub Local Food Safety Knowledge Hubs Source diagram from Open Models concept paper: http://bit.ly/1p729Jm
    • Local Food Safety Community Hubs Global Food Safety Community Hub Source diagram from Open Models concept paper: http://bit.ly/1p729Jm
    • Source diagram from Open Models concept paper: http://bit.ly/1p729Jm
    • hub vs. centralized approach • information resides at site of provider – (metadata) descriptions exchanged, facilitate information dissemination & discovery; same provenance & maintenance – powerful framework for multilingual information discovery • secure & safe way of exchanging information – define access, use, re-use rights & licenses – unique identification of information entities; Communication, Coordination, Collaboration, Educations and Training (CCCET) across disparate systems • enhancing existing sites/platforms with information – existing systems interoperable; not building yet-another-system – users discover more relevant data through platforms they already use
    • open, scalable architecture Global Food Safety Knowledge Hub Data set sources GFSP registry node Food safety data & knowledge sources OER sources GFSP registry node Publication sources GFSP registry node …etc
    • main components of global hub GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE HUB KNOWLEDGE SOURCES & ENTITIES REGISTRY KNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING & INGESTION WORKFLOWS HUB CURATION & MANAGE- MENT TOOLKIT FEDERATED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY SERVICES
    • GFSP demonstrator Running at: http://greenlearningnetwork.com/gfsp/
    • JIFSAN demonstrator Running at: http://greenlearningnetwork.com/jifsan/
    • diving deeper
    • GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE HUB KNOWLEDGE SOURCES & ENTITIES REGISTRY KNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING & INGESTION WORKFLOWS KNOWLEDGE HUB CURATION & MANAGEME NT TOOLKIT FEDERATED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY SERVICES
    • GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE HUB KNOWLEDGE SOURCES & ENTITIES REGISTRY KNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING & INGESTION WORKFLOWS KNOWLEDGE HUB CURATION & MANAGEME NT TOOLKIT FEDERATED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY SERVICES
    • hub as a global knowledge registry Global Food Safety Knowledge Hub Data set sources GFSP registry node Food safety data & knowledge sources OER sources GFSP registry node Publication sources GFSP registry node …etc
    • sharing information with different levels of access • a complex combination of a multi-layer and multi- stakeholder licensing problem with a security problem for sensitive or protected information • examples of questions: – Who has credentials to access a specific training program or data set? – To which food safety training should a credential holder have access to? – Which are the access, re-use, re-purposing licenses that these credential holders have with my data? – What are the roles, agencies and contact information associated with these individuals? – How do I ensure that exposing my content to the network does not open a security breach that I cannot locate?
    • enhanced federation of registries
    • machine-to-machine data exchange scenario FDA NEHA FSCR IFPTI NCFPD CoreSHIELD 6 organizations 12 API handshakes …what about: - individual roles in organizations? - multiple databases/collections - license per intended use? - (more/better) to use CCCET framework as starting point
    • GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE HUBKNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING & INGESTION WORKFLOWS KNOWLEDGE HUB CURATION & MANAGEME NT TOOLKIT FEDERATED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY SERVICES KNOWLEDGE SOURCES & ENTITIES REGISTRY
    • (meta)data ingestion various tasks, fully or partially or not automated: Metadata acquisition and preparation: transform, correct, identification, filtering, post-processing, broken link-checking Maintenance of aggregated metadata: up-to- date metadata records, broken link-checking
    • example: fully automated workflow Metadata harvester Filtering component Stores File system (DC, IEEE LOM, MODS XML) File system (DC, IEEE LOM, MODS XML) Stores Identification and de-duplication component MySQL Dupli cates Stores Transformation component ( to AKIF) Store metadata in JSON (Internal Format) Link checking component PostProcessing/ Enrichment component File system (XMLs) Get unique ID Records with Broken Links Indexing mechanism API
    • GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE HUB KNOWLEDGE HUB CURATION & MANAGEME NT TOOLKIT KNOWLEDGE SOURCES & ENTITIES REGISTRY KNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING & INGESTION WORKFLOWS FEDERATED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY SERVICES
    • curation before publication
    • metadata enrichment
    • metadata quality/analytics
    • GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY KNOWLEDGE HUB KNOWLEDGE HUB CURATION & MANAGEME NT TOOLKIT FEDERATED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY SERVICES KNOWLEDGE SOURCES & ENTITIES REGISTRY KNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING & INGESTION WORKFLOWS
    • hub powering multiple sites/platforms …etc …etc
    • multi-device knowledge access Global Food Safety Knowledge Hub Data set sources GFSP registry node Food safety data & knowledge sources OER sources GFSP registry node Publication sources GFSP registry node …etc
    • pilot validation options A. develop the technology components of the Global Food Safety Knowledge Hub (registry, ingestion, curation, federated discovery) as fully operating services B. select & fully develop & validate part of solutions in an existing or new project
    • what we could envision further
    • shaping a big, hairy goal • create an open source knowledge sharing platform that may help coordinate capacity building initiatives and improve access to food safety capacity building programs and knowledge resources on a global scale
    • need of a global platform (1/2) • an open, online “database” of all relevant information entities and sources – data (primary), metadata, sets, collections, aggregations, … – knowledge (processed data), visualisations, sequences, maps, semantics, mash ups, … – case studies, models, processes, protocols, experiments, … – online courses, training programs, training activities, … – training providers, content providers, local trainers, …
    • need of a global platform (2/2) • but also – organizations, institutions, businesses, groups, networks, donors, … – challenges, problems, issues, policies, … – resources, funding, investments, results, … – projects, initiatives, activities, outcomes, … – training software apps, algorithms, …
    • challenge: putting this together • going beyond a single platform, envisioning an open, scalable architecture that… – …will catalog all relevant information entities – …will make all information easily readable and discoverable by humans & software systems – …will allow content providers express how, with whom, under which license and for which purposes they share this info – …will help people combine, aggregate, filter collectively contributed information – …will make funding & resource use transparent for donors and the public – …more
    • federate & include: more data sets
    • federate & include: more data sets
    • federate & include: more data sets
    • federate & include: more organizations
    • federate & include: more organizations
    • include donors
    • include projects
    • include funding allocation
    • and the list goes on…
    • …so what could be of relevance? (+what could come next?)