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  1. 1. The SONEX Workgroup: Providing an overview ofdeposit usecase scenarios to JISCdepo projectsPablo de Castro, Carlos III University
  2. 2. Ongoing projects at JISC Deposit Call (source: JICdepo blog planet)Deposit Projects Meeting, Birmingham, Mar 1st – DepositMO, JISCDura, RePosit
  3. 3. Measuring success of strategies to promote deposit Measuring success for particular deposit strategies: much harder than getting a general picture Specific questions should be asked to repository managers, such as: - was any given automated deposit strategy used for content ingest purposes? - could an approximate amount of items thus ingested be estimated as a percentage of total item input?
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  5. 5. SONEX are…As of Nov09 the workgroup coordinator Pablode Castro changed affiliation from SpanishNational Research Council (CSIC) to CarlosIII University Madrid, and Richard Jones(Symplectic Ltd) became a member of thegroup in Apr10 replacing Jim Downing.
  6. 6. How it all started:Institutional Repositories Workshop (IRW’09)
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  8. 8. The SONEX paper:deposit-related interoperability in a nutshell
  9. 9. SONEX: not a coding project
  10. 10. SONEX: not a coding project
  11. 11. SONEX usecase-based interop analysis
  12. 12. SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit OA-RJ workflow PEER workflow
  13. 13. SONEX usecase scenario I: publisher-driven deposit
  14. 14. SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration (from: “KE CRIS-OAR [publication metadata] interoperability project” presentation, CRIS2010 Aalborg, Denmark, June 2-5, 2010)
  15. 15. SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration
  16. 16. SONEX usecase scenario II: CRIS/IR integration
  17. 17. SONEX usecase scenario III: Funder-mandated deposit
  18. 18. SONEX usecase scenario III: Funder-mandated deposit
  19. 19. SONEX usecase scenario IV:Deposit via personal software
  20. 20. (Potential) SONEX usecase scenario V:are IRs a proper target for research data & datasets?
  21. 21. Widening deposit use-case analysis: beyond research papers First Task is ‘Re-thinking the Use-Case Actors’ to establish Use Case Scenarios and to pose question of relevance of Institutional Repository (see DISC-UK DataShare Project): Research Data (then learning materials) [a first cut]1. (Individual/Group) Originator/Researcher 1. Via the PI (Award Holder) 2. Where there is no PI2. Depositor (not originator) – mediated deposit 1. Where agent reports to PI 2. Where agent does not3. Institutional/Departmental4. Libraries (or other long-lasting organisations)5. Repository/Archive/Database Manager6. Publisher7. etc
  22. 22. Some questions on research data management Are IRs a proper target for research data deposit? Could Sword deal with data transfer? Available workforce for dealing with data management: is it big enough? Trained enough? Research data file sizes: should deposit by reference be considered instead/besides binary data transfer? At what point along the publication lifecycle should dataset deposit take place?
  23. 23. ‘A summary of ongoing deposit-related projects’,
  24. 24. SONEX current tasksWidening deposit use-case analysis in cooperation withselected projects at JISC Deposit call: further use-casescenarios, more digital object types (beyond researchpapers)Analysis on research datamanagement from JISCMRDenvironmentProviding support to selected projects atJISC Deposit callCooperating along Sword v2 definitionGathering information on new & ongoingdeposit-related projects and initiatives, of initiative for potentialintnl cooperation: OpenAIRE,
  25. 25. Thank youMore info on Sonex: de Castro, Carlos III University Madrid,