Repository Fringe 2011 Programme

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The Programme for the 2011 Repository Fringe which takes place on Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 5th August in Edinburgh.

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Repository Fringe 2011 Programme

  1. 1. Repository Fringe 2011 Programme Wednesday 3rd August 2011 (RepoFringe Day 1)Time Activity Room09.00 – 09.30 Registration and coffee Atrium/Cafe9.30 – 19.30 DevCSI Hackathon starts -room available as hackspace Mini Forum 2, Fourth Floor09.30 – 09.40 Welcome and Introduction by Prof. Jeff Haywood, VP and G07/A CIO University of Edinburgh09.40 – 10.40 Opening Keynote: Eloy Rodrigues, Director of the G07/A University of Minho Documentation Services Chair – Stuart Macdonald10.40 – 11.00 Coffee Atrium/Cafe11.00 – 12.30 Presentations: G07/A ● Thomas Krichel (Long Island University) – AuthorClaim (via satellite or similar wizardry) ● Mo McRoberts (BBC Data Analyst) – BBC Digital Public Space project ● Yvonne Howard (Southampton Univ.) – Campus ROAR ● Ben Ryan (University of Leeds) – Timescapes Project Chair – Philip Hunter12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Atrium/Cafe13.30 – 15.00 Round Tables: G07 What Needs to be in a package when transferring into your repository? (Chair – Ian Stuart & Theo Andrew, EDINA) OR: G07A Repositories and Linked Open Data (Chair – Adrian Stevenson, UKOLN) OR: G03 Social Media & Repositories (Chair – Nicola Osborne, EDINA)15.00 – 15.30 Brief reports from round tables – Facilitator – Robin Rice G07/A15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Atrium/Cafe16.00 – 17.00 Pecha Kucha session 1 G07/A
  2. 2. Repository Fringe 2011 Programme Introduction from Chair, Ian Stuart ● Adrian Stevenson (UKOLN) – Linked Open Copac Archives Hub (LOCAH) project – use of Timemap for visualising linked data ● Sheila Fraser (EDINA) – Using OpenURL Activity Data ● Jodie Double (Univ. Leeds) – RePosit Q&A ● Marie-Therese Gramstadt (VADS) – ‘Kultivating’ artistic research deposit ● Richard Jones (CottageLabs) – SWORD2 ● Extra talk: Charles Duncan (Intrallect) – Deposit from a mobile phone (PK with a difference!) * Q&A17.00 – 19.30 Networking Reception and introduction from Mahendra Roof Mahey to the DevSci Hackathon Terrace and Garden19.30 – 02.00 DevCSI Hackathon – Mahendra Mahey, DevCSI Project Mini Forum Manager (UKOLN) 2 For more information see the DevCSI Hackathon website.
  3. 3. Repository Fringe 2011 Programme Thursday 4th August 2011 (RepoFringe day 2)Time Activity Room09.00 – 09.30 DevCSI Hackathon – Show and Tell Sneak Preview (incl. Atrium/Cafe coffee and breakfast available from 08.30) – Mahendra Mahey09.30 – 15.00 DevCSI Hackathon – available to finish off competition Miniforum 2 entries.09.30 – 11.00 JISC Repositories Takeup and Embedding programme G07/A project presentations Introduced by Chair, Laurian Williamson, RSP Project Co- ordinator for JISCrte programme ● Jackie Wickham (RSP, University of Nottingham) – Overview of Repository Embedding and Integration Guide ● Xiaohong Gao (Middlesex University) – MIRAGE 2011 (developing an embedding visualization toolkit (for 3D images) and a plug-in for uploading queries) ● Marie-Therese Gramstadt (University of Creative Arts) – eNova (aims to extend the functionality of the MePrint profile tool) ● Alan Cope (De Montfort University) – EXPLORER (create workflows and processes to enable the embedding of the DMU repository within the DMU research systems and processes) ● Miggie Picton (Northampton University) – NECTAR (implement new tools, procedures, and services to enhance their repository – in readiness for the needs of the REF and EThOS) ● Chris Awre (Univ of Hull) – implement the Hydrangea software ● Robin Burgess (Glasgow School of Art) – Enhancement of the design of their interface11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Atrium/Cafe11.30 – 12.00 Mark Hahnel (Imperial College London) – Figshare - G07/A Publish All Your Data Chair – Robin Rice12.00 – 13.00 Pecha Kucha session 2: G07/A Introduction from Chair, Claire Knowles ● Robbie Ireland & Toby Hanning (Enlighten,
  4. 4. Repository Fringe 2011 Programme Glasgow University) – Glasgow Mini-REF exercise ● Nicola Osborne (EDINA) – Social media and repositories ● Andy Day & Patrick McSweeney (University of Southampton) – Harnessing the power of your institutions research news Q&A ● Dan Needham & Phil Cross (mimas) – Names Project ● Mark McGillvray (CottageLabs) – Open Scholarship perspective ● Stephanie Taylor (UKOLN) – Metadata Forum Q&A13.00 – 13.15 Live Demo: Dave Tarrant (University of Southampton) – G07/A MS Kinect & SWORD v2 deposit13.15 – 14.00 Lunch Atrium/Cafe14.00 – 15.00 Round Tables: Open Scholarship Principles – Jo Walsh & Mark G07 McGillivray (Open Knowledge Foundation) OR Mapping the Repository Landscape – Theo Andrew, Peter G07A Burnhill, Sheila Fraser (EDINA) OR How Repositories are being used for REF & repository G03 advocacy – Helen Muir (QMUC)15.00 – 15.15 Brief reports from round tables – facilitator Ianthe Hind G07/A15.15 – 16.15 Presentations: G07/A ● Anna Clements & Janet Aucock (St Andrews University) – PURE-OAR Implementation ● Niamh Brennan (Trinity College Dublin) – CERIFy ● Heather Rea (Beltane Beacon of Engagement) – Social innovation, research output and engagement ● Siobhán Jordan (ERI) – OpenBIZ – knowledge exchange between HE & Business Chair – William Nixon16.15 – 16.30 DevCSI Hackathon Awards (Mahendra Mahey) G07/A16.30 – 17.30 Closing Keynote: Prof. Gary Hall (Coventry University) G07/A Chair – Martin Donnelly17.30 – 17.40 Closing Comments – Martin Donnelly G07/A18.00 Evening activities (food, drink, preview week…!) VariousOnwards
  5. 5. Repository Fringe 2011 Programme Friday 5th August 2011 (Post RepoFringe Workshops)Time Activity Room10.00 – 12.30 CETIS teaching and learning repositories workshop G07/A Led by Phil Barker and Lorna Campbell. The full programme is available on the JISC CETIS webpage. Morning talks will include: ● Community Engagement in Teaching and Learning Repositories: ePrints, HumBox and OER – Patrick McSweeny, University of Southampton ● The ALTO OER Ecosystem – John Casey, University of the Arts ● The US Learning Registry Initiative, Dan Rehak, ADL12.30 – 13.30 Lunch available Atrium13.30 – 16.00 CETIS teaching and learning repositories workshop Led by Phil Barker and Lorna Campbell. The full programme is available on the JISC CETIS webpage. Afternoon talks will include: ● Getting Bioscience Open Educational resources into ‘Academic Orbit’. Tales from the OeRBITAL launchpad – Terry McAndrew, University of Leeds ● Intralibrary and Item Banking – Charles Duncan, Intrallect Ltd.

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