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Jisc Research Data Shared Service - a Samvera case study

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As part of its Research Data Shared Service (RDSS), Jisc has been developing a repository component as part of its core architecture . Through making an integrated research data management platform available to UK Universities, there is a growing demand from small to medium HEIs for the RDSS to provide a single repository solution that fits their needs for publications and data with workflows for Open Access and REF submissions. To achieve this, the repository must be integrated with other Jisc Open Access services such as Sherpa, Jisc Monitor and Publications router, along with those provided by external stakeholders such as ORCID, Crossref, DataCite and OpenAIRE.

This presentation is a case study in evaluating Samvera for this role, and its suitability as a multi-tenanted, sustainable hybrid repository that is both attractive to researchers and universities and aligns with the broader international objectives of the community, the FAIR agenda and open science.

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Jisc Research Data Shared Service - a Samvera case study

  1. 1. Jisc Research Data Shared Service A Samvera case study, Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 6/5/2018
  2. 2. Why a Shared Service? There is no single “solution” easily available and that meets requirements for Universities to enable better management of research data research data network: http://researchdata.network web: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/projects/research-data-shared-service github https://github.com/JiscRDSS 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 2
  3. 3. Jisc national shared research platform 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 3 Information sources » Publications Router » Publishers » Crossref » ORCID » DataCite » PubMed » Sherpa policy tools University systems » (SingleSign-On, Finance, HR..) Information destinations » Google etc. » Discovery services » Jisc CORE (global OA aggregation) » Jisc Monitor (compliance checking) » JiscCollections » Funders systems » OpenAIRE + for EU Preservation services Reports and dashboards University X repository Open Access publications Research datasets University Y repository Open Access publications Research datasets University Z repository Open Access publications Research datasets
  4. 4. The Challenge »To meet the sector’s requirements we need › True multi tenant › Multi content › Shared data model › Interoperable › Sustainable › Much improved user experience
  5. 5. Pilot Alpha MVP 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 5
  6. 6. Samvera users in RDSS 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 6
  7. 7. Demo Pre-recorded short demo showing data being uploaded into a test Samvera repository instance, with automatic ingest into Preservica. 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 7 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-l1ARNUwWA&t=13s
  8. 8. Stage Gate Review RDSS Alpha to Beta »Review by RDSS Steering Committee on go/no-go to Beta › Technical Review › Financial Model – Business Case »Review concluded RDSS should move to beta Paola Kizette Cimenti -Traffic Light Tree https://www.flickr.com/photos/kizette CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  9. 9. Stage Gate Review RDSS Alpha to Beta »Took into account many factors › Cost ofAlpha to run at scale › Market Research › Competitor Analysis › Indicative pricing › Jisc Research Strategy goals »Led to aTechnical Review of Alpha Marco Verch -Weight scale https://www.flickr.com CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  10. 10. In RDSS we found »That… › Separate clusters were needed › Existing solutions require too much customisation »Which leads to… › A solution that doesn’t scale nationally › Economically unsustainable
  11. 11. Canonical Data Model & Message API »Problems encountered: › Lack of compatibility between PCDM and RDSS CDM › File fixity in the message payload › Message implementation
  12. 12. Data Model https://github.com/JiscRDSS/rdss-canonical-data-model RDSS Data Model pre-production phase 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 12
  13. 13. UX tests
  14. 14. Positive outcomes »Samvera adapter for RDSS (Hyrax 2) »Messaging developments for RDSS architecture › Asynchronous operations › Agnostic messaging › Automated validation »IRUS analytics gem – full code refresh (now Hyrax 2 compatible) 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 14
  15. 15. Samvera community feedback report https://goo.gl/g2BGkQ 156/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT open for comment And discussion!
  16. 16. jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Thankyou and questions Dom Fripp Senior curation metadata developer Jisc (Digital Futures) dom.fripp@jisc.ac.uk 6/5/2018 Open Repositories 2018, Bozeman, MT 16 Twitter: @Domicus ORCID: 0000-0001-5352-4666

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