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The presentation is about the new version of DSpace-CRIS 7, the enhanced, free, open-source extensions of DSpace adopted by more than one hundred institutions around the world to better collect, manage and disseminate information on their research activities and outputs. DSpace-CRIS has always anticipated the cutting edge innovation and technologies later included in the DSpace mainstream, and version 7 includes functionalities not available in DSpace 7.

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DSpace-CRIS 7: What is Coming? OR2020

  1. 1. DSpace-CRIS 7 What is coming? Open Repositories 2020 Online Edition Susanna Mornati – 4Science
  2. 2. Hello Open Repositories! Resilience in difficult times
  3. 3. Why DSpace-CRIS? 1 DSpace-CRIS is an extension of DSpace, the most popular Digital Asset Management System in the world. The data model of DSpace-CRIS is so flexible that it allows to represent an entire domain with its own objects and their links, to navigate seamlessly among them, to visualize them as collaborative networks. E.g. in an academic or research institution, you can provide information that is not limited to publications, but spans from researchers’ profiles to their affiliations, from datasets to projects, from scientific positions to community events, funding organizations, etc.
  4. 4. Why DSpace-CRIS? 2 DSpace-CRIS not only adds “cards” to describe additional objects such as researchers or affiliations. To manage multiple entities it is not enough to have cards that collect information and links, the needs and related functionalities are more elaborate. DSpace-CRIS adds support for the typical processes of research information repositories, integrated in research management or combined with external CRIS. The creation of appropriate visualization and reports for this additional information can be very challenging for ordinary repositories and requires the creation of custom UI components, which in DSpace-CRIS are replaced by simple configurations.
  5. 5. COAR resourcetype vocabulary Support for publications management 1
  6. 6. Support for publications management 2
  7. 7. Support for publications management 3
  8. 8. Solving the ternary relationship problem - affiliation in a publication 1
  9. 9. Solving the ternary relationship problem - affiliation in a publication 2
  10. 10. Researchers’ profiles 1 ORCID integration: ORCID API v. 3 Bidirectional - Profile information - Employment / Education - Projects - Publications - Membership and Service - Invited position Automatic claim
  11. 11. Researchers’ profiles 2 Privacy management (public and private information) CV management (what information should be included) Aggregated statistics: views and downloads for researcher’s publications, views of profile, projects, funding, etc.
  12. 12. OrgUnits 1 DSpace-CRIS 7 allows to link and import to the ROR registry Research Organization Registry Community https://ror.org/ Organizations frequently highlight results of scientific activities only indirectly related to them, such as publications written and projects conducted by affiliated staff, etc. DSpace-CRIS supports the visualization of these indirect inverse relationships natively without data duplication. Even for these relationships it is possible to create relevant sub-lists and exclude less relevant items without permanently affecting or altering the data.
  13. 13. OrgUnits 2 The management of the OrgUnit cards can be delegated and managed in a granular way. While for publications (main entities in DSpace) a model of data immutability is typically appropriate, for these other entities: orgunits, persons, projects, etc. typically more flexibility and editing possibilities are needed. DSpace-CRIS supports the definition of granular read and write permissions on various entities independently. It is possible, for example, by configuration, to allow the department secretaries to edit the project data sheets and financial information of the projects, but leaving the responsibility for the scientific information to the researchers.
  14. 14. Projects Integration with Integration with CrossRef Possibility to configure granular permissions based on roles in the project
  15. 15. CKAN integration: datasets visualization through open webservices for granular and interactive access backend proxing • Open access • Embargo • Restricted Can be integrated with LTP strategy Open Source, get it from GitHub!
  16. 16. Integration with external services 1 ● Import for bibliographic but also bibliometric data from Scopus™, WoS™ ● WoS: added support for Keywords PLUS, ArticleNumber in Web of Science, deal with throttling constraints ● Pubmed™: process all results via pagination, added support for API key, improved performance to search for multiple identifiers and to avoid infinite loops in case of network troubles ● LocalDuplicateDataLoader to warn about duplicates before importing them
  17. 17. Integration with external services 2
  18. 18. De facto standards 1 DSpace-CRIS 7 offers compliance with Guidelines for: ● Literature Repositories v4 ● Data Archives v2 ● CRIS v1.1.1 The OpenAIRE Guidelines help repository managers expose publications, datasets, and CRIS metadata via the OAI-PMH in order to integrate with OpenAIRE infrastructure, enhancing FAIR science and knowledge.
  19. 19. De facto standards 2 Out of box, DSpace-CRIS 7 adopts the data model recommended by OpenAIRE for CRIS/RIMS, inspired by
  20. 20. De facto standards 3 SIGNPOSTING COAR NGR Recommended Behaviors:
  21. 21. The philosophical questions: Why adopt a standard repository technology when you can have so much more? Why share only (meta)data of publications, which are already disseminated from a multitude of sources, and not (meta)data of profiles, projects, and all the information that provides a context for research?
  22. 22. Thank you very much for your attention! https://wiki.lyrasis.org/display/DSPACECRIS/DSpace-CRIS+Home Susanna Mornati 0000-0001-9931-3637 susanna.mornati@4science.it www.4science.it

The presentation is about the new version of DSpace-CRIS 7, the enhanced, free, open-source extensions of DSpace adopted by more than one hundred institutions around the world to better collect, manage and disseminate information on their research activities and outputs. DSpace-CRIS has always anticipated the cutting edge innovation and technologies later included in the DSpace mainstream, and version 7 includes functionalities not available in DSpace 7.

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