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OpenAIRE Guidelines version 4.0: new metadata application profile for Literature Repositories (#OpenRepo2018 24x7 presentation)


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Presentation at Open Repositories Conferecence 2018 - Bozman, 7th June 2018. Title:OpenAIRE Guidelines version 4.0: new metadata application profile for Literature Repositories. Authors: Pedro Príncipe, University of Minho; Jochen Schirrwagen, Bielefeld University.

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OpenAIRE Guidelines version 4.0: new metadata application profile for Literature Repositories (#OpenRepo2018 24x7 presentation)

  1. 1. @openaire_eu OpenAIRE Guidelines new metadata application profile for Literature repositories PedroPríncipe UniversityofMinho Jochen Schirrwagen, BielefeldUniversity 7th June 2018
  2. 2. It is potential for interoperation which elevates the repository from a local system, to a networked system. OPENSCIENCEANDTHEPOWEROFREPOSITORIES–“repositoriesasthefoundationfora distributed,globallynetworked infrastructure forscholarlycommunication” (COAR-NGR).
  3. 3. Interoperability guidelines Common standards/best practices for data providers. Guidelines forliterature,datarepositories, aggregators,OAjournals, CRIS systems
  4. 4. Evolution of OpenAIRE-Guidelines 2010 Literature Guidelines v1 2012 Literature Guidelines v2 Data Guidelines v1 2013 Literature Guidelines v3 2014 Data Guidelines v2 2015 CRIS-CERIF Guidelines v1 2018 drafts of Content Provider Guidelines
  5. 5. OpenAIRE’s e-infrastructure Commons & Content providers Publications repositories Research Data repositories CRIS systems Registries (e.g. projects) OA Journals Software Repositories Validation Cleaning De-duplication Enrichment By inference CONTENT PROVIDERS INFO SPACE SERVICES Project initiative FunderFunding Result Publication Data Software Organization 24 M documents 1100 compatible content providers Compatibility Status 401: OpenAIRE 3.0 96: OpenAIRE 2.0+ 29: OpenAIRE 2.0 514: OpenAIRE Basic 21: OpenAIREdata 2.0
  6. 6. Software Repositories Catch-all Repositories CRIS Data Repositories Catch-all Repositories Institutional & thematic repositories RESEARCH LITERATURE Thematic Repositories Institutional Repositories E-journals RESEARCH SOFTWARE RESEARCH DATA RESEARCHINFORMATION FROMGuidelinesforDataProviders toGuidelinesforOpenScienceContentProviders 6 Catch-all Repositories Other RESEARCHProducts
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  9. 9. Draft OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS Managers v1.1
  10. 10. draft
  11. 11. draft
  12. 12. Test the OpenAIRE Compliance
  13. 13. OpenAIREGuidelinesfor Literature Repository Managersv4 The scholarly record is evolving which affects how and what bibliographic metadata describe.
  14. 14. • Funder perspective • Linkfunding information withresearchresults • Author and Reader perspective • Linkauthorsandcontributorswiththeirresearchoutputandeasenamedisambiguation • Service provider perspective • Avoidoverloadingofoai_dcmetadata • Makemaintenanceandmappingsofcontrolledvocabularieseasierbyhelpofidentifiers • Makeidentificationofresourceseasier(e.g.forTDM) • Improvealignmentwithotherregionalrepositorynetworks • Agree on a shared set of metadata properties and controlled vocabularies • Examples: LA Referencia, JAIRO Upgrade needs from different perspectives 14
  15. 15. Draft OpenAIRE Guidelines for Literature Repository Managers v4 … APPLICATION PROFILE OVERVIEW Thereareongoingchangestothedraftbutthefinal versionwillbereleasedthismonth(June2018).
  16. 16. • Build an application profile based on established and widely used metadata schemes in repositories • DublinCoreandDataCite v4.1 • Allow for additional properties when needed • Align with other repository networks Approach
  17. 17. • Support the provision of author identifiers in metadata Metadata Property about author and contributor identifier 17 <datacite:creator> <datacite:creatorName>Wallentin, Carl‐Johan </datacite:creatorName> <datacite:nameIdentifier nameIdentifierScheme="ORCID" schemeURI=“"> </datacite:nameIdentifier> </datacite:creator>
  18. 18. • Comply with funder mandates • Make useofCrossRef Funding Data • Insomecaseswemayneed anattribute „fundingstream“ Metadata Property about funding information 18 <datacite:fundingReference> <datacite:funderName>European Commission</datacite:funderName> <fundingStream>H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions</fundingStream> <datacite:funderIdentifier funderIdentifierType="Crossref Funder ID"> </datacite:funderIdentifier> <datacite:awardNumber awardURI="">660668 </datacite:awardNumber> <datacite:awardTitle>ACT against AMR</datacite:awardTitle> </datacite:fundingReference>
  19. 19. • Access rights – how can I access the resource • License – what am I allowed to do with the resource • Use URIs whenver possible Metadata Property about License and Access rights 19 <dc:rights rdf:resource=""> open access </dc:rights> <dc:rights rdf:resource=""> Creative Commons Attribution‐NonCommercial </dc:rights>
  20. 20. • URL of one or more fulltext files • Attributes about access right, mimetype, objecttype Metadata Property about Fulltext Location 20 <file accessRights= mimeType="application/pdf“> </file>
  21. 21. • Re-use and adaptation of controlled values used in the DataCite schema • E.g.identifiertypes,roletypes,relationtypes • Controlled Vocabularies defined by the COAR community • E.g.resourcetypes,accessrights,versiontypes • Controlled Vocabularies defined in OpenMinTeD Guidelines • E.g.licenses Controlled Vocabularies 21
  22. 22. • General aspects • Uniqueidentificationofvocabularyconcepts • Improvedgranularity • MultilingualSupport • ImplementedinSKOS • Resource Types • • Access Rights • COAR Resource Types and Access Rights 22
  23. 23. <resource xmlns:xsi="" xmlns:dc="" xmlns:datacite="" xmlns:rdf="" xmlns:vc="" xmlns="" xsi:schemaLocation=" ../schemas/openaire-v4.xsd"> <datacite:creator> <datacite:creatorName>Wallentin, Carl‐Johan</datacite:creatorName> <datacite:nameIdentifier nameIdentifierScheme="ORCID" schemeURI=""></datacite:nameIdentifier> </datacite:creator> <datacite:fundingReference> <datacite:funderName>European Commission</datacite:funderName> <fundingStream>H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions</fundingStream> <datacite:funderIdentifier funderIdentifierType="Crossref Funder ID"></datacite:funderIdentifier> <datacite:awardNumber awardURI="">660668</datacite:awardNumber> <datacite:awardTitle>ACT against AMR</datacite:awardTitle> </datacite:fundingReference> <datacite:alternateIdentifier alternateIdentifierType="DOI">10.1002/chem.201701589</datacite:alternateIdentifier> <datacite:relatedIdentifier relatedIdentifierType="EISSN" relationType="IsPartOf">1521-3765</datacite:relatedIdentifier> <dc:title xml:lang="eng">Redox‐Neutral Dual Functionalization of Electron‐Deficient Alkenes</dc:title> <dc:description xml:lang="eng">Visible‐light photoredox catalysis ...</dc:description> <dc:language>eng</dc:language> <dc:date>2017-05-10</dc:date> <dc:type rdf:resource="">journal article</dc:type> <dc:identifier></dc:identifier> <dc:publisher>John Wiley and Sons Inc.</dc:publisher> <dc:rights rdf:resource="">open access</dc:rights> <dc:rights rdf:resource="">Creative Commons Attribution‐NonCommercial</dc:rights> <dc:subject>acyl radicals</dc:subject> <dc:subject>carboxylic acids</dc:subject> <dc:subject>cascade transformation</dc:subject> <dc:subject>multicomponent reactions</dc:subject> <dc:subject>photoredox catalysis</dc:subject> <file accessRights="" mimeType="application/pdf" objectType=""></file> </resource> Sample record 23
  24. 24. @openaire_eu