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DSpace-CRIS Workshop OR2015: Slides

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DSP3B: DSpace Interest Group 3B: DSpace-CRIS Workshop · 11/Jun/2015: 3:30pm-5:00pm · Location: Regency E
DSpace-CRIS Workshop
Andrea Bollini, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Michele Mennielli, David Palmer
Cineca, Italy; Hong Kong University

The 90-minute workshop will introduce attendees to the latest version of the DSpace-CRIS module, covering its functional and technical aspects.

DSpace-CRIS is an additional open-source module for the DSpace platform. It extends the DSpace data model providing the ability to manage, collect and expose data about any entities of the research domain, such as people, organizational units, projects, grants, awards, patents, publications, and so on. Before OR2015 a new version of the system will be released to follow the new DSpace 5.0 version. The new version contains, among other things, important enhancements of its integration with ORCID.

The DSpace-CRIS extensible data model will be explained in depth, through examples and discussion with participants.

Other main topics are DSpace-CRIS "components", management of relationships and network analysis functionalities.

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- understand the DSpace-CRIS data model
- evaluate if DSpace-CRIS fits the requirements of their institution
- use the DSpace-CRIS User Interface
- change the default configuration, adapting it to a specific data model.

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DSpace-CRIS Workshop OR2015: Slides

  1. 1. DSpace-CRIS Workshop Open Repository 2015, Indianapolis Andrea Bollini Head of Open Source and Open Standards Strategy
  2. 2. • Who we are... • The DSpace-CRIS project history • The DSpace-CRIS aims to provide a rich data model • New features • ORCID integration, current status & next steps Agenda
  3. 3. ⁄ Employees: > 900 ⁄ Offices: Bologna, Milan & Rome ⁄ Turnover: >100M Euro ⁄ Interuniversity Consortium ⁄ Not for Profit ⁄ Founded in 1969 ⁄ Headquartered in Bologna ⁄ 75 Members ⁄ 70 Universities ⁄ 4 Research Institutes ⁄ Ministry of Education www.cineca.itWho we are...
  4. 4. EUNIS Board Member | Interoperability TF | Business Intelligence TF | BencHEIT TF euroCRIS Board Member | DRIS/Best Practice TG | Architecture TG | CERIF TG CHEITA Leading Member | Benchmarking IT Group | Research Group Groningen Declaration Founder Member DSpace Steering Committee | 2 Committers | Registered Service Provider | DSpace-CRIS EAIE Student Mobility Standard: RS3G OpenAIRE National Open Access Desk Pentaho Member of the Advisory Board Institutional Technological International Activities in Tertiary Edu. www.cineca.it
  5. 5. Workflows mapping business processes System Integration (legacy, national, …) Reports & Analytics WHAT IRIS ADDS Cineca’s perspective Open Source DSpace extended to all Research entities To better support: People, Organization, Projects, etc. Interactions Reputation Dissemination Institutional Repository www.cineca.it
  6. 6. The DSpace-CRIS project history Partnership with Hong Kong University2009 11-2012 06-2013 08-2013 09-2013 01-2014 06-2014 Release the whole project as open source (DSpace 1.8.2) Second release DSpace 1.8.2, bug fix only Third release DSpace 1.8.3, security fix First release for DSpace 3.2  DSpace-CRIS 3.2.0 Technical documentation released DSpace 4.1  DSpace-CRIS 4.1.0 Second release DSpace 4.2 Third release DSpace 4.3 First release DSpace 5.2  DSpace-CRIS 5.2.0 09-2014 05-2015 05-2015
  7. 7. The DSpace-CRIS project history 2009 11-2012 06-2013 08-2013 09-2013 06-2014 05-2015 01-2014
  8. 8. Data model Standard DSpace --> publications & dataset APPROACH DYNAMIC FLEXIBLE NOT HARDCODED UIs FEW PREDEFINED ATTRIBUTES ENTITIES FEW PREDEFINED DSpace-CRIS  other CERIF entites: / ResearcherPages / Projects / OrgUnits / 2nd Level Dynamic Objects DEFINE ANY ASPECTS
  9. 9. Main DSpace-CRIS Entities – a single entity specialized by a profile (type) ie Journal, Prize, Event, etc.; – Every profile has it own set of properties and nested objects independently defined – managing people; – structural relations with System Users and pre- configured properties to manage the name variants; – This is the only entity that can be managed out-of-box by non-system administrators – defined as separated entities; – Easy to develop future extensions, specializations, specific workflows and editing rules ResearcherPages Projects and OrgUnits Second level Dynamic Objects
  10. 10. Defining a DSpace-CRIS Entity • UUID • Public flag • Dynamic Properties: every property belongs to a PropertyDefinition • System administrator can decide: – Repeatable – Mandatory – Storage data type: String, int, double, date, html link, link to other entities – Start / End date – Scope: link to a Semantic/Classification Object (itself a DynamicObject) • Nested object: Repeatable, mandatory, list of properties
  11. 11. A note about the DSpace Metadata model DSpace is known to support out-of-box, the Dublin Core Initiative Work has been done to update from the LoC profile to a dcterms schema DSpace metadata model is not bound to DC / DC qualified or any other schema
  12. 12. DSpace metadata: a different point of view – When allowed by the configuration any metadata can hold a reference to other object (authority) .. the technical agnostic one… – Any metadata is characterized by a schema, element and qualifier but… schema = bibliographic information, administrative metadata, etc.; element = relation with people; qualifier = the type of relationship (author, editor, etc.) – Which metadata are possible, which repeatable and which mandatory is defined by configuration
  13. 13. CRIS entities management • Dedicated administrative UI for data model definition • Detail page for any entity organized in Tab and Box themed with JQuery UI • Faceted Searches & Customizable Browse indexes • Network visualizations and analysis
  14. 14. Advantages for an Institutional Repository • CRIS entities as authority for Item metadata values • DSpace Items can be linked and displayed in the detail page of any CRIS entity • Ability to display selected publications (or any other related entity) in the researcher profile • Produce a list of selected publications (or any other related entity
  15. 15. – Page vists, CRIS entity detail page – Global & Top related CERIF Entity views & downloads referencing the CRIS entity (ie, top projects for each researcher, top researcher for each OrgUnit, etc.) – Global & Top publication item views & downloads referencing the CRIS entity – email and RSS alerts Advantages for an Institutional Repository • Usage Statistics • Article level metrics for PubMed (extensible) – Cited-by count in the item page – Number of articles for researcher – Total citations for each researcher (only items in local DSpace database will be counted)
  16. 16. New features_1 Two new standard home page components: – Big infographics summarizing the CRIS dimensions – Global search (inspired from Narcis.nl) google like with clustering and highlighting 16 16 www.cineca.it | IRIS & DSpace-CRIS Updates | May, 2015 | euroCRIS Membership Meeting
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  20. 20. 20 This is the clustering level Contextual facets
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  22. 22. The new features Improved submission & ORCID integration – Creation on-the-fly, of related objects www.cineca.it | IRIS & DSpace-CRIS Updates | May, 2015 | euroCRIS Membership Meeting
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  24. 24. The new features Ability to create text fields that are resolved automatically as a hyperlink (i.e. ORCID, ResearcherID, etc.) 24 24
  25. 25. Data load • We are implementing a generic tool to load, update and delete data in DSpace-CRIS, using spreedsheets • This tool has been used to load data in the euroCRIS repository 1. Using ORCID API, 2. grabbed ORCID record metadata, 3. updated Researcher Page
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  27. 27. DSpace-CRIS & ORCID: next steps – Research’s bibliographic data (including the possibility to activate synchronisation for single field) – Publications (with the possibility to chose the publications to sync) – Projects (with the possibility to chose which projects to sync) PUSH local information to ORCID PULL extended information from ORCID Ask user to import records retrieved from her ORCID profile into DSpace-CRIS Or Automatically (if notification and preferences allowed in DSpace-CRIS) when ORCID premium membership is available
  28. 28. Next milestones • This month (June 2015): PUSH services to ORCID, Researcher Page  ORCID record – Local identifier – Biographic information – Publications – Projects • September 2015: PULL services from ORCID – Capture publications & projects – Retrieve biographic information
  29. 29. 29 Courtesy of Joao Moreira http://www.slideshare.net/DuraSpace/32415-slides-new-possibilities-developments-with-dspace-and-orcid Now: 5/7 September: 7/7 March 24, 2015
  30. 30. Thanks for your attention! Let’s us to play a bit with a dspace-cris installation Andrea Bollini Head of Open Source and Open Standards Strategy a.bollini@cineca.it
  31. 31. • Data model manipulation • Linkage between CRIS Entities • Linkage between Items and CRIS Entities • ORCID integration • Components – To show reverse link in the target entity – For statistics • Network visualization Demonstration

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