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Tracking research and research systems

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Digital scholarship and identifiers - Geoffrey Bilder, CrossReff
Share update – Elliott Shore, Association of Research Libraries
Jisc Monitor update – Neil Jacobs, Jisc
Infrastructure and services to track research activity – Daniel Hook, Digital Science

Jisc and CNI conference, 6 July 2016

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Tracking research and research systems

  1. 1. Tracking research and research systems Chair: Catherine Grout, Jisc 06/07/2016 1
  2. 2. Introduction Chair: Catherine Grout, Jisc 14/07/2016
  3. 3. Digital scholarship and identifiers Geoffrey Builder, Crossref 14/07/2016
  4. 4. Share update Elliot Shore,Association of Research Libraries 14/07/2016
  5. 5. SHARE Update Jisc/CNI International Advances in Digital Scholarship July 6, 2016 Elliott Shore elliott@arl.org
  6. 6. Mission SHARE is a higher education initiative whose mission is to maximize research impact by making research widely accessible, discoverable, and reusable. To fulfill this mission SHARE is building a free, open data set about research and scholarly activities across their life cycle.
  7. 7. Five System of Action Areas
  8. 8. ARL Framework
  9. 9. Open infrastructure for open access OA advocacy & policy is more mature than OA infrastructure & implementation OA implementation infrastructure should be open Metadata Standards and identifiers Code, platforms, and APIs
  10. 10. The future of open scholarship “We find ourselves two decades into the transition of research communication from a paper-based endeavor to a web-based digital enterprise, and well into the transition of the research process itself from a largely hidden activity to one that becomes plainly visible on the global network.” Herbert Van de Sompel “Reminiscing About 15 Years of Interoperability Efforts” (DLib Magazine, Nov./Dec. 2015)
  11. 11. “... the world’s repositories need some common application programming interfaces (APIs). This is where SHARE is making huge strides, by pulling together data sets from many of the world’s most-used repositories, such as figshare. In turn, SHARE’s aggregating of data sets can feed discovery of content in sites that may not have the same exposure as figshare or discovery of data from across disciplines. “ Mark Hahnel, figshare Interoperability through APIs
  12. 12. 3Collaborators: Association of American Universities; Association of Public and Land-grant Universities; Center for Open Science
  13. 13. 117Number of SHARE Content Providers (June 2016)
  14. 14. 7.5 millionResearch Release Events
  15. 15. Percentage of research release events that include a “contributor’s affiliation name” (i.e. institution) field 1.4
  16. 16. SHARE Notify providers by type
  17. 17. What we’ve learned Variability and availability of metadata Complexity of institutional policies & workflow Power of community infrastructure Open data for interoperability
  18. 18. The lifecycle approach “All scholarly digital research objects—from data to analytical pipelines—benefit from application of these [FAIR data] principles, since all components of the research process must be available to ensure transparency, reproducibility, and reusability.” Nature. Scientific Data Comment. Wilkinson, et al. “The FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship” March 15, 2016.
  19. 19. NotifyProviders ConsumersGather Phase I: pipeline for normalized notifications
  20. 20. Phase II: Clean, enhance, link Automation, e.g. subject tagging with machine learning Expert human curation
  21. 21. SHARE Phase III Integration Systems and workflows Teaching and learning
  22. 22. ARL Focal Areas Fall 2015
  23. 23. “I am energized by the new directions that ARL is taking”
  24. 24. Committee on Coherence at Scale in Higher Education
  25. 25. Questions? Elliott Shore elliott@arl.org
  26. 26. Jisc Monitor update Neil Jacobs, Jisc 14/07/2016
  27. 27. Jisc tracking research and research systems »The typical OA article lifecycle and Jisc services »Outline of Jisc Monitor services »Some data flows for Monitor Local, and flavour »Some data flows for Monitor UK, and a flavour »Timeline from now 14/07/2016 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 30
  28. 28. OA through an article lifecycle Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) Submission Acceptance Publication Use SHERPA JULIET SHERPA RoMEO SHERPA REF R&D:Beta SHERPA Fact Monitor UK R&D:Alpha Jisc collections OpenDOAR Publications Router R&D:Alpha Monitor local R&D:Alpha CORE IRUS-UK RIOXX Guidance, consultancy, technical support, and OA good practice Research publication lifecycle Jisc services Report on compliance Deposit in repository Manage costs Check compliance Select Journal Maximise impact Record impact Report
  29. 29. OA through an article lifecycle Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) Submission Acceptance Publication Use SHERPA JULIET SHERPA RoMEO SHERPA REF R&D:Beta SHERPA Fact Monitor UK R&D:Alpha Jisc collections OpenDOAR Publications Router R&D:Alpha Monitor local R&D:Alpha CORE IRUS-UK RIOXX Guidance, consultancy, technical support, and OA good practice Research publication lifecycle Jisc services Report on compliance Deposit in repository Manage costs Check compliance Select Journal Maximise impact Record impact Report
  30. 30. OA through an article lifecycle Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) Submission Acceptance Publication Use SHERPA JULIET SHERPA RoMEO SHERPA REF R&D:Beta SHERPA Fact Monitor UK R&D:Alpha Jisc collections OpenDOAR Publications Router R&D:Alpha Monitor local R&D:Alpha CORE IRUS-UK RIOXX Guidance, consultancy, technical support, and OA good practice Research publication lifecycle Jisc services Report on compliance Deposit in repository Manage costs Check compliance Select Journal Maximise impact Record impact Report
  31. 31. OA through an article lifecycle Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) Submission Acceptance Publication Use SHERPA JULIET SHERPA RoMEO SHERPA REF R&D:Beta SHERPA Fact Monitor UK R&D:Alpha Jisc collections OpenDOAR Publications Router R&D:Alpha Monitor local R&D:Alpha CORE IRUS-UK RIOXX Guidance, consultancy, technical support, and OA good practice Research publication lifecycle Jisc services Report on compliance Deposit in repository Manage costs Check compliance Select Journal Maximise impact Record impact Report
  32. 32. Jisc Monitor:Two separate but integrated services Monitor Local: › Institutions can record and report data relating to their OA publications – Costs (APCs) – Policy compliance – Status in workflow › Cloud application, interfacing with local and third party services Monitor UK: » Shared application aggregating and presenting data analytics » Institutions and funders can evaluate cost and compliance data » Working toward international view June 2016
  33. 33. Some data flows for Monitor Local June 2016 36
  34. 34. Some data flows for Monitor Local June 2016 37 Journal and funder policy data Repository / article data Article-level metadata Journal-level metadata Correct and complete data, via API?? Licence data
  35. 35. A flavour of Jisc Monitor Local June 2016 38
  36. 36. Some data flows for Monitor UK June 2016 39 Monitor UK Monitor Local Lantern / OA Gauge JiscCollections Other university systems / spreadsheets / etc Research funders
  37. 37. A flavour of Jisc Monitor UK / 1 June 2016 40
  38. 38. A flavour of Jisc Monitor UK / 2 June 2016 41
  39. 39. Timeline from now 14/07/2016 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 42 Pilot Handover Live To July From August From September 23 pilot universities From Sero et al, to in-house Jisc team Live for pilot universities, phased release for others
  40. 40. Find out more… 29.09.2014 43 Thanks for listening. Neil Jacobs, Jisc Neil.Jacobs@jisc.ac.uk @njneilj Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND
  41. 41. Infrastructure and services to track research activity Daniel Hook, Digital Science 14/07/2016
  42. 42. Infrastructure and services to track research activity Daniel W. Hook Jisc / CNI Conference, Oxford 7th July 2016
  43. 43. Four forces driving academic behaviour Research: enabling technology Research: collaboration / internationalism Government: Social pressure & accountability Institutions: Professionalisation of research management
  44. 44. How do we locate “research event”?
  45. 45. How do we locate “research event”?
  46. 46. Isn’t funding also part of “location”?
  47. 47. What about Impact?
  48. 48. What else could we be tracking? Pre-1995 Circa 2005 Circa 2015
  49. 49. University of Cambridge http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1507607
  50. 50. Research Data Mechanics
  51. 51. Research Data Mechanics
  52. 52. Research Data Mechanics
  53. 53. Research Data Mechanics
  54. 54. Understanding collaboration
  55. 55. Research Data Mechanics & Open DataResearch Data Mechanics of the type that we’ve described is only possible if 1. People (researchers and administrators) capture data systematically – this means at the point of production wherever possible 2. Identifiers are assigned proactively – again, wherever possible at the point of production 3. Data are made openly available wherever reasonable (modulo ethics etc) while its nice to have publishers and others do this for you, it’s also possib be active in this, e.g. VIVO, Profiles RNS, Dryad, Figshare etc. 4. Ideally, data are made available in structured open APIs.
  56. 56. Thank you d.hook@digital-science.com
  57. 57. Tracking research and research systems06/07/2016 60

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