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Kate Kelly - Open Research Ireland

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From "A National Approach to Open Research Data in Ireland", a workshop held on 8 September 2017 in National Library of Ireland, organised by The National Library of Ireland, the Digital Repository of Ireland, the Research Data Alliance and Open Research Ireland.

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Kate Kelly - Open Research Ireland

  1. 1. Open Research Ireland (ORI) 2nd Irish National RDA Workshop: A National Approach to Open Research Data in Ireland National Library of Ireland Dublin, September 8th, 2017 Kate Kelly, AHIP, FLAI Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI)
  2. 2. National Open Access Committee Open Access Repositories
  3. 3. http://dri.ie/open-science- and-ireland • The journal literature is full of crap' - & unfindable!!! - 'the situation is close to criminal • Kill the journal • Kill impact factors • Articles allowed as supplement to data • Open science not open access • Scientists cannot innovate • Data stewardship, not management, is key to open science • Researchers should spent 5% of budget on data stewardship • FAIR
  4. 4. https://www.pinterest.ie/pin/849350810944927923/
  5. 5. http://www.dcc.ac.uk/training/data-management-courses-and-training/career-profiles
  6. 6. Enablers https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/about “their role is that of enablers: “Libraries have adapted their role and are now active in the preservation, curation, publication and dissemination of digital scientific materials, in the form of publications, data and other research-related content. Libraries and repositories constitute the physical infrastructure that allows scientists to share use and reuse the outcome of their work, and they have been essential in the creation of the Open Science movement” (OECD, 2015)
  7. 7. Open Research Ireland (ORI) • Established to seek more defined role in implementation of Open Science in Ireland • Librarians active in research support & on NOAC • National, cross sectoral Live Fast, Die Young: Labord's Chameleon - Madagascar – BBC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5syfDmvZuI
  8. 8. ORI Scoping Proposal to SFI/HEA Proposed events re RDM Advocate for inclusion in HRB FAIR workshops Proposed section of Library Association of Ireland Citizen Science
  9. 9. National Open Access Committee (NOAC) National Open Science Forum (NOSF) National Open Research Forum (NORF) https://www.oyorooms.com/officialoyoblog/2017/01/07/whats-in-a-name-announcing-new-oyo-naming-convention
  10. 10. Six Working Groups 1. Vision for OS agenda 2. Revision of national OA principles 3. Development of national principles for open data 4. Current HR capabilities to deliver on OS 5. Current & future infrastructure 6. Demonstrators & examples ORI NORF ORI NORF
  11. 11. WG 5: Infrastructure (Eoghan Ó Carragain UCC) # Top Level Action Science Europe Principle 1.1 Grant information available in consistent format from all funders Make data on publically funded research publically available 1.2 Endorse ORCID adoption at national level Adopt global UIs for researcher ID 1.3 Monitor & engage with emerging Orgld Engaging with CrossRef 1.4 Encourage better integration of DOIs within local systems & workflows 1.5 APC data available for all 2.1 Refresh RIAN extend remit beyond OA 3.1 National CERIF-compliant CRIS
  12. 12. WG 6: Demonstrators
  13. 13. WG 6: Common Library Research Support Services Research Data Management Open Access Repository Management Scholarly Communications Services
  14. 14. WG 6: Demonstrators Training & capacity building at UCD Info & Comms School
  15. 15. WG 6: Demonstrators
  16. 16. WG 3: Principles for Open Research in Ireland 1. Open research data improves the quality of research and innovation 2. Publically funded knowledge is used to benefit the whole of society and create public value 3. Research data should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control
  17. 17. WG 3: Principles Continued 4. Open research must be supported by extensive development of the capacity of researchers, librarians and data specialists 5. Good data management is fundamental to high quality research and should be established early on in the research process via Data Management Plans 6. Research data should be as open as possible and as closed as necessary 7. Every effort should be taken to increase interoperability within and across domain boundaries and where reasonable to enable res-use of intelligent machine agents
  18. 18. Conclusions • Librarians and libraries are part of the Open Science infrastructure in Ireland • Position to play the “enabling” role within research institutions and wider community • Consistency from funders • National approach to data management plans

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