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ARDC BoF eResearch 2018 slides Ian Duncan

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Slides from the Birds of a Feather presentation given by ARDC (Australian Research Data Commons) Acting Executive Director Ian Duncan at the 2018 eResearch conference in Melbourne.

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ARDC BoF eResearch 2018 slides Ian Duncan

  1. 1. The Australian Research Data Commons
  2. 2. This afternoon’s schedule ▪ Overview of ARDC, - where we’re from, - where we think we’re going - how you’ll be involved ▪ Q&A ▪ Maxi-round table ▪ beer
  3. 3. The story so far 3 ▪ ANDS, Nectar, RDS ▪ 2017 – alignment of activity ▪ 2018 – integration into one virtual organisation ▪ 2019 – integration into one actual organisation
  4. 4. “ ▪ Publication Services ▪ Nectar Research Cloud ▪ Virtual Labs ▪ Trusted National Collections and Repositories ▪ Skills and workforce development ▪ Government Policy ▪ User Support Services ▪ International leadership and engagement ▪ … What do we do?
  5. 5. guided by ▪ the review of eResearch infrastructure - (Tom Cochrane, 2014); ▪ the 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap; ▪ the eResearch Framework - (Rhys Francis, 2016); ▪ Future Design Advice and Transition Plan Advice - (Rob Cook, 2017); ▪ the Research Infrastructure Investment Plan;​ ​and ▪ the existing infrastructure investments and strategies of ANDS, Nectar and RDS.
  6. 6. Did they have consistent messages?
  7. 7. promote national coherence
  8. 8. deliver an integrated data- intensive infrastructure
  9. 9. leverage & support NCRIS
  10. 10. “ create a cohesive, seamless experience for researchers through a fully integrated system
  11. 11. so.. what is the ARDC? ▪ a transformational investment ▪ with an emphasis on innovation and acceleration ▪ and a focus on national and sustainable solutions
  12. 12. to do what? ▪ deliver a world-leading data advantage, ▪ accelerate innovation, ▪ improve collaboration for borderless research, ▪ facilitate translation of research into outputs for a better world ▪ how? - through partnerships
  13. 13. ▪ Transforming research impact through data, tools, and people ▪ Driving national scale opportunities for innovation ▪ Catalyse and complement, not compete ▪ We’re all in this together ▪ Commitment to reliable, sustainable, and long term outcomes how?
  14. 14. with whom? ▪ NCRIS, ▪ infrastructure providers, ▪ Institutions, ▪ e-Infrastructure providers (DDERP) ▪ Peak bodies and government ▪ …
  15. 15. What does that mean?
  16. 16. ▪ It’s not business as usual, it’s an opportunity to make a profound shift ▪ While we care for existing services and resources, we’re going to look at: - what we should do more of, - what we should do less of, - what new things we should do, and - what old things we should stop doing - and how we should do all of those things ▪ Building on the past to create new options and opportunities for the future
  17. 17. What’s next?
  18. 18. Consultation, consultation and consultation Keeping the day-to-day business running Forming the new enterprise strategy Developing the capital plan Integrating the previous 3 organisations
  19. 19. who’s who in the zoo? Michelle Barker Deputy Director Skilled Workforce and Partnerships Adrian Burton Director Data, Policy & Publication Services Andrew Treloar Director Projects, Engagements and International Matt Dailey Chief Operating Officer Ian Duncan Acting ED Was looking at the capital plan..
  20. 20. Q&A
  21. 21. ▪ Two kind-of-round tables ▪ Skills ▪ Capital - What can we do and how can we do it? Next

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