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Dartmouth Hydraconnect 2015 poster - Clean-Slate Development of a Hydra Repository Service Infrastructure


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Overview of the plans for Dartmouth College's repository infrastructure based on Hydra/Fedora 4 and vendor services like Symplectic Elements, ORCiD, and Plum Analytics. It also describes the Linked Name Authority, an LDP system for unique entity recognition, and the Dartmouth Academic Commons, an open access repository implementation.

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Dartmouth Hydraconnect 2015 poster - Clean-Slate Development of a Hydra Repository Service Infrastructure

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Features > Acquisition, ingest, and rights management workflow managed across related rlydrorredora systems using GTD-style tntertace > Librarian mediated submission of open Access content > Automatic syndication of faculty bibliographic record as AssrAtom > Algorithmic discovery and suggestion tools based on keyword, faculty research interests, internal usage metrics and altmetrrcs from a variety of sources that are determined by academic departments Article Data Path l SHERVAI ‘ l rtornso l l l A _ DARTMOUTH iaocixic cowiitoits , ' Rsrsriee-11‘: Liaisons ixcaticitianc; Elements harvests some citations horn extemalsovrces based on string searches Result isa list or potential citations lhal renurres human curation and completion to reflecl complete citation list LNAlrlge§ts: t:mted list orcnationsrrom clements. initial scope includes articles, monographs, conrerences LNA combines Elements data reed with data rronr human resources. the studentdntaoose, and historicsovrcestornpr entity publication one consumer is the Dlglui rtepository LNA uploads listorverihed publrcationstookcrn, populating amp raculty citation profile DAC harvests DA compatible publication ltstrrenr trlAand work is gveuedror ingest ifposstole For werkswhere the canonical host is DAC itselr, trlA pulls citation rrom DAC and updates orccio Plum Analytics automatically updates its search parameters when ORCID is updated tibrarysources unlaat1lo<ally—pmdlr<ed works into DAc, pulling metadata rrom LNA lwhere the ttrationshould already exist». SHEl? PAIfioMEO, and others DAC collects and transforms impact data rroni Plum, using rtto enhance discovery. DAcand LNA publish data reeds rorvacultyand departments that can betntegrated into prohles. Plum impact metrics and elements citation records are combined in an external reporting module. ®OO@©O®®®® edu> h Clean-Slate Development of a Hydra Repository Service Infrastructure J hn Bell<john.| |@dartmouth. edu> | Car| a Galarza <car| a.m. ga| arza@dartm u The Dartmouth Linked Name Authonty (LNA) is an rnfrastmcture project intended to support local and extemal syfiems that need DamroLnh—5our: ed entity metadata to operate. LNA is designed to tvlhll and expand the role orthe llbrary— maintained authorrtyhle in a linked data environment it will aggregate name and citation data from multiple stloed systems spread across Dartmouth‘: departments and enhance the available infonnatron as necessary to meet new, more stnngent standards for data quality and completeness The newly standardized data will then be released as RDF and searchable via an APl upon which systems both internal and external to Dartmouth college will be able to draw, enhancing Danmlzulifs ability to participate in the emerging linked data and Iederated information system ecology. > foaf: Pusan—fa(u| !y, start, or student associated with Dartmouth, etthertoday orhrstortcally > bib 'Documem— an individual citation object which may or may not be canonically located at Dartmouth > bib . Co| |e(liun»a: on(aInerfwarllndividual'§hlh . ocument > orgsMemhersltip— an appointment or position held by a he! Person ) foaf: On| ineAtLaum— a unique EHIIHE Identifier assoualed with a loal. Persun (ORCID, etc) > elg: OrgInIxl on e an organizational unit associated with Dartmouth, either today or historically > org: ChangeEvem — an object used to track changes in arg. OrgarllzaIlurls overtime $5‘? _. ... , / “I"“‘"”~. ~er"“"’”C'W anorrem . ... ..o. aa. I __l M "" . ... .,. . ... .s . .., :“ W W K 6) @ . .s. . W. .. («$2 see __. W-. . , ova. .. . ,‘. ... s Q/ « _, ,_ ma gee DARTMOUTH ACADEMIC COMMONS Arrer the initial release ofthe Linked NarneAuthority, development of the Dartmouth Academic commons will begin. DAC is being designed around a visual search, facet, and discovery rnterrace that contextualrzes individual artifacts within a larger held of inquiry. Data will be passed to the DAC interface using J5ONcLD and rendered graphically using Dgys in addition to being displayed in search and browse interfaces, these visualization widgets will also be present in indi dual item displays the goal is to reduce the reposnorys dependence upon discovery by external search engines and provide item-level contextual information for users who do arrive from a search engine ®@oeeeo