RJ Broker: Automating Delivery of Research Output to Repositories

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RJ Broker: Automating Delivery of Research Output to Repositories

  1. 1. RJ Broker: Automating Delivery of Research Output to Repositories Muriel Mewissen – EDINA http://broker.edina.ac.uk Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20141
  2. 2. Overview • What is the broker • Early results • Levels of service • What the broker can do for your institution Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20142
  3. 3. Focus • To increase the number of deposits to UK repositories • To minimise effort by depositors and IR managers Support Open Access & Funder mandates Institutional Repo Subject repo Publishers Author 2 / Representative Funders Publisher System CRIS CRIS IR Author/PI Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20143 Broker IR IR
  4. 4. RJ Broker Function RJ Broker provides a delivery service for research output: 1. Take in data (research articles) 2. Use the metadata to identify recipients (repositories) 3. Transfer the data (or a notification) 4. Provide a tracking ID 5. Hold the data for collection Global outlook with a UK focus Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20144
  5. 5. RJ Broker Middleware Tool Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20145 1. Accept deposit of research articles Bespoke format, SWORD, Eprints 2. Process the deposits into a common format bespoke RJ Broker format 3. Extract authors’ affiliation from metadata and use it to identify target repositories Organisation and Repository Identification (ORI) http://ori.edina.ac.uk/ 4. Transfer deposits to registered repositories SWORD, plugins (Eprints, DSpace, Fedora) 5. Provide tracking ID to content supplier URIs 6. Notify repositories with relevant content Monthly email 7. Allow browsing, search and download GUI & APIs (Eprints) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  6. 6. Road to Service Projects supported by Jisc: 1. Build tool 2. ‘Real’ data trial – 2013 3. Beta service for early adopters – 2014 4. Service – from Aug 2015 Ongoing technical development & user recruitment and support http://broker.edina.ac.uk Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20146
  7. 7. Data Trials February 2013 to July 2013 In Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20147 Out Europe PMC ~84,000 metadata, unrestricted records Receiving, Processing, Storing, Identifying target IRs RJ Broker (Dev) Nature Publishing Group ~300 full-text embargoed records Routing, Sending to EPrints & DSpace IRs RJ Broker (Dev) ERA @ University of Edinburgh Research @ University of St Andrews Spiral @ Imperial College DSpace OpenDepot.org City Research Online @ City University London EPrints
  8. 8. Data Trials Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20148 http://devel.edina.ac.uk:1203
  9. 9. Beta Service For Early Adopters Recruiting NOW! In Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 20149 Out Europe PMC > 80,000 metadata, unrestricted records Receiving, Processing, Storing, Identifying target IRs RJ Broker Europe PMC SOON Full-text unrestricted records Routing, Sending to EPrints & DSpace IRs RJ Broker Your IR Your IR DSpace Your IR Your IR EPrints
  10. 10. RJ Broker Content in Numbers Country – Institution – Supplier List • Dev: http://devel.edina.ac.uk:1203/stats/targets.html • Live: http://lucas.ucs.ed.ac.uk/test/broker2.html Date – Supplier – Organisation – Repository Wheel • Dev: http://devel.edina.ac.uk:1203/stats/index.html Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201410
  11. 11. Levels of Service 1. Browse • http://broker.edina.ac.uk/ • Non restriction to OA content • By repository • By author Check the content you could bring to your repository Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201411
  12. 12. Levels of Service 2. Download • http://broker.edina.ac.uk/cgi/oai2 • OAI-PMH APIs • By repository • By author • By funder • Supports several format • Non restriction to OA content Bring content to your repository Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201412
  13. 13. Levels of Service 3. Notification • Monthly email of citation list for a repository • By registration • Select one of more repository • Provide email address • Coming soon • http://devel.edina.ac.uk:1203/cgi/postcard_registration Know when new content is available Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201413
  14. 14. Levels of Service 4. OA Content Delivery • Direct delivery to your repository as soon as content is received • By registration • Provide SWORD credentials • Install an importer (available for EPrints 3.2 & 3.3 & DSpace 1.8.*) • OA content • Metadata • Some full-text • Register now! Receive OA content directly in your repository Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201414
  15. 15. Levels of Service 5. OA & embargoed Content Delivery • Direct delivery to your repository as soon as content is received • By registration • Provide SWORD credentials • Install an importer (available for EPrints 3.2 & 3.3) • Accept legal agreement • OA & Embargo content • Metadata • Full-text • Register now! Receive ALL content directly in your repository Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201415
  16. 16. Why join? 1. Effective solution to content dissemination • Increase number of deposit in IRs • Support OA (Gold & Green) • Support promotion of research output 2. Saves time & effort (money) • Reduce work needed to enter content in IR • Reduce keying errors Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201416
  17. 17. Why join? 3. Help with reporting & compliance to mandates • Support for metadata & standards RIOXX, ORCID, V4OA, NISO OA Metadata indicators, ISNI … • Funder & grant codes, versions, embargoes 4. Europe PMC estimates ~160,000 records per month • Work on getting more content from publishers Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201417
  18. 18. Why Join? 5. Future plans • More sources of content, publishers, etc • Support for more repository platforms & versions • Support for CRIS Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201418
  19. 19. Thank You! • Development team at EDINA • Support from Jisc Repository Shared Services and other previous projects • Trial participants: Nature Publishing Group, Wellcome Trust, Europe PMC, MIMAS & EBI, University of Edinburgh, MIT, University of St Andrews, City University London, and Imperial College. Jisc DigiFest - Birmingham - 12 Mar 201419

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