Panel: Partnerships between institutional repositories, domain repositories, and publishers20-25 mins, 9:30-11amThe 'data management ecosystem' angle seems appropriate for the panel, but feel free to share some of the technical aspects with the audience, too.partnerships via conventions and APIs. Data Citation conventions, Libraries are chipping away on several fronts to try to shrink this "data curation" problem to a more manageable size, and they are offering a great deal of support for data management planning, data citation, identifier and repository services,repository federation, and “data publication”.
Research data can be seen to fit in a kind of ecosystem of inter-dependent stakeholder niches. Each niche depends on other niches.In a broad sense, partnerships are about dependencies. Besides explicit partnerships between publishers and institutional and domain repositories, there are other critical inter-dependencies – essentially implicit partnerships.Libraries as neutral connectors to sub-partners insystem development and collection buildinglinking with museums and archives
Development partners:DMPTool: U Va, Smithsonian, DCC, et alDataUp: MSRC, GBMF, D1 WAS: LC, UNT, NYU, et alUser partners (clients, patrons, customers): any
Partners: JISC/EDINA, paying customers on two continents
D1 network partners all over the world
partnering with escholarship and UC campuses for collection building
Partnering with JISC/EDINA, DataCite, the Research Data Alliance
Each member partners with regional data repositoriesDataCite partners with publishers (eg, T-R) for data citation indexCreditDiscoveryImpact trackingHelping data authors verify use of their data andHelping identify how others have used the dataWith archiving: re-use and reproducibility
The Data Management Ecosystem
The Data Management Ecosystem 4 April 2013University of California Curation Center California Digital Library
The research data problem• Journal article • Research data – Uniquely and persistently – Nope identified – Concept of “publish” – Not really – Multiple copies – Typically one – Easily findable – Difficult – Services: impact – Nope metrics, citation tracking, etc. Research data is seen as a second- class citizen in the scholarly record.
An ecosystem of inter-dependent partners Besides data repository and publisher partners... • researchers • educators • citizen science groups • funders • tenure and promotion committees Libraries as neutral connection partners
Where can libraries make a difference? Research & Scholarship Lifecycle Research Save Collect Create Knowledge Share Publish
Collect > Publish > Share > Save > Research Create, edit, share, and save data management plans Open source curation add-in for Microsoft Excel Capture today’s web; build tomorrow’s archives
Collect >Publish > Share > Save > Research Create and manage persistent identifiers: ARKs, DOIs, etc.An infrastructure to publish and get credit for sharing research data
Collect > Publish >Share > Save > Research Curation repository:store, manage, preserve, and share research data Open deposit, open access repository for spreadsheet dataData Observation Network for Earth
Collect > Publish > Share > Save >ResearchWhat’s missing to complete the “incentive” circuit?• Impact measures, citation tracking “Connecting the data to the research it informs”Altmetrics tools to measure non- traditional products and uses , , etc.
Stable storage: Merritt repository • Curation repository open to the UC community and beyond • Discipline / content agnostic • Micro-services architecture • Easy-to-use UI or API • Hosted or locally deployed
EZID: Long term identifiers made easy• Precise identification of a dataset (DOI or ARK)• Credit to data producers and data publishers• A link from the traditional literature to the data (DataCite)• Exposure and research metrics for datasets (Web of Knowledge, Google) Take control of the management and distribution of your research, share and get credit for it, and build your reputation through its collection and documentation
Discovery: DataCiteconsortium• Technische Informationsbibliothek • Canada Institute for Scientific and (TIB), Germany Technical Information (CISTI) • L’Institut de l’Information Scientifique• Australian National Data Service (ANDS) et Technique (INIST), France• The British Library • Library or the ETH Zürich• California Digital Library, USA • Library of TU Delft, The Netherlands • Office of Scientific and Technical Information, US Department of Energy • Purdue University, USA • Technical Information Center of Denmark
New distributed framework Coordinating Nodes Flexible, scalable, sustainabl Member Nodes• retain complete metadata e network• catalog institutions diverse• subset of all data• serve local community• perform basic indexing• provide resources for• provide network-widemanaging their data services• ensure data availability (preservation)• provide replication services
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