The SONEX Workgroup on     Deposit-Related     Interoperability        Pablo de Castro, Carlos III University Madrid      ...
http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/
http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/
SONEX are…As of Nov09 the workgroup coordinator Pablode Castro changed affiliation from SpanishNational Research Council (...
SONEX vs DL.org approach                SONEX                                         DL.org                              ...
SONEX-DL.org cooperation:SONEX feedback on DL.org Cookbook
How it all started:Institutional Repositories Workshop (IRW’09)
http://repinf.pbworks.com/Repository-handshake
The SONEX paper:deposit-related interoperability in a nutshell                               http://hdl.handle.net/10016/9...
SONEX: not a coding project
SONEX usecase-based interop analysis
SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit    OA-RJ workflow               PEER workflow
SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit
SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration         (from: “KE CRIS-OAR [publication metadata] interoperability        ...
SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration
SONEX usecase scenario III: Funder-mandated deposit
SONEX usecase scenario IV:Deposit via personal software
SONEX usecase scenario V ?: Research data & datasets
Some questions on research data management • Are IRs a proper targer for research data deposit? • Could Sword deal with da...
20     ‘A summary of ongoing deposit-related projects’, http://bit.ly/c6OCi5
JISC Deposit Call (Mar’10): SONEX role as‘provider of deposit wider picture for selected projects’
First selected projects at JISC Deposit Call (Jul’10)
First selected projects at JISC Deposit Call (Jul’10)
Ongoing projects at JISC Deposit Call (jiscDEPO blog                      planet)   Deposit Projects Meeting, Birmingham, ...
SONEX current tasks• Widening deposit use-case analysis in cooperation with selectedprojects at JISC Deposit call: further...
Acknowledgements More info on Sonex: http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/         Pablo de Castro, Carlos III University Ma...
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  1. 1. The SONEX Workgroup on Deposit-Related Interoperability Pablo de Castro, Carlos III University Madrid pcastro@db.uc3m.es
  2. 2. http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/
  3. 3. http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/
  4. 4. SONEX are…As of Nov09 the workgroup coordinator Pablode Castro changed affiliation from SpanishNational Research Council (CSIC) to Carlos IIIUniversity Madrid, and Richard Jones(Symplectic Ltd) became a member of thegroup in Apr10 replacing Jim Downing.
  5. 5. SONEX vs DL.org approach SONEX DL.org Similarities International in scope Building upon existing systems/projects DifferencesPragmatic approach: characterizing an Theoretical approach: DELOS DLMSenvironment for running projects working reference modelon repository interoperabilityNarrow scope: IR-based plus various Wide scope: characterizing DLMSs from DLdeposit-driving stakeholders (publishers, end-user, designer, administrator andCRIS, etc) developer perspective
  6. 6. SONEX-DL.org cooperation:SONEX feedback on DL.org Cookbook
  7. 7. How it all started:Institutional Repositories Workshop (IRW’09)
  8. 8. http://repinf.pbworks.com/Repository-handshake
  9. 9. The SONEX paper:deposit-related interoperability in a nutshell http://hdl.handle.net/10016/9257
  10. 10. SONEX: not a coding project
  11. 11. SONEX usecase-based interop analysis
  12. 12. SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit OA-RJ workflow PEER workflow
  13. 13. SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit
  14. 14. SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration (from: “KE CRIS-OAR [publication metadata] interoperability project” presentation, CRIS2010 Aalborg, Denmark, June 2-5, 2010)
  15. 15. SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration
  16. 16. SONEX usecase scenario III: Funder-mandated deposit
  17. 17. SONEX usecase scenario IV:Deposit via personal software
  18. 18. SONEX usecase scenario V ?: Research data & datasets
  19. 19. Some questions on research data management • Are IRs a proper targer for research data deposit? • Could Sword deal with data transfer? • Available workforce for dealing with data management: is it big enough? Trained enough? • Research data file sizes: should deposit by reference be considered instead/besides binary data transfer? • At what point along the publication lifecycle should dataset deposit take place?
  20. 20. 20 ‘A summary of ongoing deposit-related projects’, http://bit.ly/c6OCi5
  21. 21. JISC Deposit Call (Mar’10): SONEX role as‘provider of deposit wider picture for selected projects’
  22. 22. First selected projects at JISC Deposit Call (Jul’10)
  23. 23. First selected projects at JISC Deposit Call (Jul’10)
  24. 24. Ongoing projects at JISC Deposit Call (jiscDEPO blog planet) Deposit Projects Meeting, Birmingham, Mar 1st – DepositMO, JISCDura, RePosit
  25. 25. SONEX current tasks• Widening deposit use-case analysis in cooperation with selectedprojects at JISC Deposit call: further use-case scenarios, more digitalobject types (beyond research papers – Sword v2)• Analysis on research data management fromJISCMRD environment• Providing support to selected projects at JISCDeposit call• Gathering information on new & ongoingdeposit-related projects and initiatives,http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/2010/05/summary-of-ongoing-deposit-related_9901.html• Dissemination of initiative for potential intnlcooperation: OpenAIRE, DL.org
  26. 26. Acknowledgements More info on Sonex: http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/ Pablo de Castro, Carlos III University Madrid,pcastro@db.uc3m.es

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