Estrategias basadas en lainteroperabilidad para la incorporación     de contenidos a repositorios:   el Grupo SONEX y el P...
How it all started:Institutional Repositories Workshop (IRW’09)
http://repinf.pbworks.com/Repository-handshake
http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/
SONEX are…As of Nov09 the workgroup coordinatorPablo de Castro changed affiliation fromSpanish National Research Council (...
Section 1: On SONEX work• Began with interoperability        deposit opportunity as the priority• Take the multi-authored,...
How SONEX fits into the JISC Deposit Programme
SONEX: Scholarly Output Notification            and Exchange• The goal: populating (then) nearly-empty repositories - focu...
The SONEX paper:deposit-related interoperability in a nutshell                                http://hdl.handle.net/10016/...
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       p...
(Potential) SONEX usecase scenario V:are IRs a proper target for research data deposit?
March 2010: JISC Deposit call released
JISC Deposit call projects: DepositMO
JISC Deposit call projects: RePosit
JISC Deposit call projects: JISC DURA                    http://jisc-dura.blogspot.com/2010/08/ir-cris.html
JISC Deposit call projects: JISC DURA                  http://www-library.ch.cam.ac.uk/open_access_publishing
JISC Deposit call projects: Kultivate              http://lanyrd.com/2011/kultivate-july-2011/sfpqw/
Measuring success of strategies to promote deposit        • Measuring success for particular deposit strategies :         ...
And in the meantime, outside JISC Deposit programme…     http://grandirblog.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/creciente-adopcion-de-...
SHERPA RoMEO involved in CRIS/IR                   End of section 2: Deposit
SONEX Extension to Research Data Mgt• SONEX commissioned by the JISC to perform a similar analysis on RDM• Same JISC progr...
What SONEX does for JISC MRD
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  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Sonex usecase 3 + Array of National RJs + JISC Deposit Call + Selected Projects + Deposit Blog Planet (Sword + OARJ)
  • Estrategias basadas en la interoperabilidad para la incorporación de contenidos a repositorios: el Grupo SONEX y el Proyecto UK RepositoryNet+. (Part I)

    1. 1. Estrategias basadas en lainteroperabilidad para la incorporación de contenidos a repositorios: el Grupo SONEX y el Proyecto UK RepositoryNet+ Pablo de Castro, GrandIR – pcastro@grandir.com Peter Burnhill, EDINA National Data Centre – p.burnhill@ed.ac.uk
    2. 2. How it all started:Institutional Repositories Workshop (IRW’09)
    3. 3. http://repinf.pbworks.com/Repository-handshake
    4. 4. http://sonexworkgroup.blogspot.com/
    5. 5. SONEX are…As of Nov09 the workgroup coordinatorPablo de Castro changed affiliation fromSpanish National Research Council (CSIC) toCarlos III University Madrid, and RichardJones (Symplectic Ltd) became a member ofthe group in Apr10 replacing Jim Downing.
    6. 6. Section 1: On SONEX work• Began with interoperability deposit opportunity as the priority• Take the multi-authored, multi-institution research paper as default• Review existing deposit projects• Develop use case analysis• Key was think not have to do the work ourselves: think tank that helpedform framework and language• JISC then acted to commission a set of deposit projects alongSONEX identified deposit worklines
    7. 7. How SONEX fits into the JISC Deposit Programme
    8. 8. SONEX: Scholarly Output Notification and Exchange• The goal: populating (then) nearly-empty repositories - focus onresearch papers (the multi-authored, multi-institution default case study)• The procedure: an international think-tank with own institutionalactivity in the area and international connections to running projects - Identifying deposit opportunities as deposit use cases - The group philosophy: not a coding project (not even aproject) - "no power, no responsibility" - because of that we hadinfluence and language
    9. 9. The SONEX paper:deposit-related interoperability in a nutshell http://hdl.handle.net/10016/9257
    10. 10. SONEX usecase-based interop analysis
    11. 11. SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit OA-RJ workflow PEER workflow
    12. 12. SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit
    13. 13. SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration (from: “KE CRIS-OAR [publication metadata] interoperability project” presentation, CRIS2010 Aalborg, Denmark, June 2-5, 2010)
    14. 14. (Potential) SONEX usecase scenario V:are IRs a proper target for research data deposit?
    15. 15. March 2010: JISC Deposit call released
    16. 16. JISC Deposit call projects: DepositMO
    17. 17. JISC Deposit call projects: RePosit
    18. 18. JISC Deposit call projects: JISC DURA http://jisc-dura.blogspot.com/2010/08/ir-cris.html
    19. 19. JISC Deposit call projects: JISC DURA http://www-library.ch.cam.ac.uk/open_access_publishing
    20. 20. JISC Deposit call projects: Kultivate http://lanyrd.com/2011/kultivate-july-2011/sfpqw/
    21. 21. Measuring success of strategies to promote deposit • Measuring success for particular deposit strategies : much harder than getting a general picture • Specific questions should be asked to repository managers, such as: - was any given automated deposit strategy used for content ingest purposes? - could an approximate amount of items thus ingested be estimated as a percentage of total item input? http://www.rsp.ac.uk/grow/measuring-success/
    22. 22. And in the meantime, outside JISC Deposit programme… http://grandirblog.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/creciente-adopcion-de-cerif-como.html
    23. 23. SHERPA RoMEO involved in CRIS/IR End of section 2: Deposit
    24. 24. SONEX Extension to Research Data Mgt• SONEX commissioned by the JISC to perform a similar analysis on RDM• Same JISC programme architecture: the JISC MRD Programme
    25. 25. What SONEX does for JISC MRD

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