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Research data spring: clipper

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The research data spring project "Clipper" slides for the third sandpit workshop. Project led by John Casey at City of Glasgow College.

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Research data spring: clipper

  1. 1. An online media analysis and collaboration tool for digital researchers Clipper: Phase 3 Proposal10/12/2015 City of Glasgow College,The Open University and ReachWill Limited Community Adoption and Ownership
  2. 2. Clipper: In a nutshell »Clipper 1. 2. 3. 1.Clip: Create a virtual clip (i.e. source file, start and stop point) 2.Organise: Annotate and store clips and cliplists 3.Share: Cool URIs for sharing playable clips and cliplists 2
  3. 3. Clipper Roadmap: Activities and outputs » Proof of concept » Dissemination and engagement » Feedback » Identify needs » Prototypes and code » Community engagement » User requirements » Legal implications » Technical standards » Research focus 3 Phase 2: Co-Design Prototypes Phase 1: Market Research Ideas Phase 3: Co-Development Pilotprojects » Pilot projects › EUSCREEN › Royal Conservatoire of Scotland › Roslin Institute (UoE) › BUFVC » Community adoption » Transforming workflows
  4. 4. Phases 1 and 2: Community feedback » Phase 1 › “it’s genius, it’s just what we need” – Gill Hamilton: Digital Access Manager, National Library of Scotland » Phase 2 › “with these sort of annotations on the clip, then I would be using nothing else for the rest of my life” – Peter Hohenstein: Group Leader, Developmental Biology, Roslin Institute › “getting that 360 degree picture of a research output would be really useful if it was easy and not the pain that it is today” – Marc Silberschatz: Theatre Researcher, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland 4
  5. 5. Phase 2: Review 5 Phase 2: Co-Design Progress
  6. 6. Phase 2: Activities and outputs »Prototypes › 3 coding cycles (Sept - Nov) »Community Workshops › National Library of Scotland (Sept 28th) › Manchester School of Art (Oct 12th) › British Library Labs (Oct 26th) › Coventry University (Nov 20th) »Institutional Meetings › The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Nov 5th) › Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh (Nov 13th) › EUSCREEN (Nov 25th) › Open University (Nov 27th) › British Universities Film and Video Council (Nov 23rd) 6
  7. 7. Phase 2: Judges feedback »Recommendations › Technical standards › Legal implications › Focus on research and research data applications »Actions › Structured discussions at community workshops on these issues › Input from Jisc Media Hub and Digirati with follow-up meeting on IIIF › Successful application to Software Sustainability Institute (support) 7
  8. 8. Phase 2:Technical standards »Technical standards › Community workshops › Blog posts exploring relevant standards › OU standards workshop withTom Crane of Digirati › Phase 3 standards candidates identified – JSON-LD – W3C Annotation Data model – IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) – DOI; ORCID; OAI-PMH 8
  9. 9. Phase 2: Legal implications »Legal implications › Community workshops › Analysis of legal issues on the Clipper blog › Discussed from two viewpoints (inc. risk mitigation) – Owners / managers of audio-visual content – Users who are creating the clips and annotations › Advice and positive encouragement from Jisc legal advisor (John Kelly) 9
  10. 10. Phase 2: Focus on research »Focus on research and research data applications › Community workshops › Institutional meetings › Phase 3 pilots identified with strong research focus – EUSCREEN (EU cultural heritage service) – The Royal Scottish Conservatoire (e.g. dance, voice) – The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh (e.g. genetics) – British Universities Film andVideo Council (HE national service) 10
  11. 11. Phase 2: Deliverables and success criteria »Deliverables › Workshops – National Library of Scotland – Manchester School of Art – British Library Labs – Coventry University › Code and documentation – http://reachwill.co.uk/clipper2.1/clipper-editor – https://github.com/reachwill/clipper-2-prototype »Success › Positive feedback, early adopters and more collaborators – National Library of Scotland – Coventry University – Digirati 11
  12. 12. Phase 3: Proposal 12 Phase 3: Community Adoption and Ownership Pilot projects covering the RDM lifecycle
  13. 13. Phase 3: Structure » Clipper consortium › City of GlasgowCollege › Open University › ReachWill Limited » Pilot projects (adopters) › EUSCREEN (ErwinVerbruggen) › The Royal Scottish Conservatoire (Hilary Jones) › The Roslin Institute (Colin Simpson) › BUFVC (Gabriel Hernandez) »Industry / technology support (collaborators) › Microsoft Research / Azure (cloud services - KenjiTakeda) › Digirati (data model standards - Tom Crane) › Software Sustainability Institute (project support - Steve Crouch) › Journal of Artistic Research (TBC) › Nature Journals (Andrew Hufton) 13
  14. 14. Phase 3: Pilot projects »EUSCREEN (service integration prototype) »Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (institutional deployment) and Roslin Institute (cloud deployment) › Create clips and annotations - collaborate › Store cliplists with source audio and video data › Reference cliplists in journal article › Make journal article, cliplists and source audio and video data publicly available via repository »BUFVC (service integration study) 14
  15. 15. Phase 3: Activities and tasks »Toolkit development › Clipper consortium »Data model and standards integration › Clipper consortium › Digirati »Cloud deployment › Clipper consortium › MicrosoftAzure »Pilot projects › EUSCREEN (integration proto) › The Royal Scottish Conservatoire (institutional) › The Roslin Institute (cloud) › BUFVC (integration study) »Publisher data policy review › Journal forArtistic Research › Nature 15
  16. 16. Phase 3: Workplan » Milestones: Shared workplan with end of month progress review meetings » Deliverables: Research community engagement (2 workshops); Data model and standards integration; Code and documentation; Pilot projects (4); Policy study; Legal guidance pack » Success:Adoption by researchers, uptake by developers and more collaborations 16
  17. 17. Phase 3: Contact »Contact: John Casey › City of Glasgow College, Room 709, 60 North Hanover Street, Glasgow G1 2BP › Email: john.c.casey@googlemail.com › Phone: 07982 322404 »Clipper › http://blog.clippertube.com › https://github.com/reachwill/clipper-2-prototype › #clippertube @clipper_rdm 17

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