The STARS Shared Initiative - Pablo de Castro and Jackie Proven

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Presentation given by Pablo de Castro and Jackie Proven on Thursday 1st August 2013 at Repository Fringe 2013. This presentation looks at the STARS Shared Initiative, a project conducted as part of the wider UK RepositoryNet+ project.

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The STARS Shared Initiative - Pablo de Castro and Jackie Proven

  1. 1. Pablo de Castro Jackie Proven UK RepositoryNet+ Project Repository Support Officer EDINA National Data Centre University of St Andrews Library http://www.repositorynet.ac.uk/ http://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/ v1pdeca@staffmail.ed.ac.uk jep10@st-andrews.ac.uk The STARS Shared Initiative: Delivering Repository Services in an Advanced CRIS/IR Environment Repository Fringe 2013 School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh Aug 2nd, 2013
  2. 2. A few considerations about STARS RepNet as a project for delivering repository services into a complex repository landscape at UK HEIs An ideal partnership: the institution, the project, the service provider Research information management at the host institution RepNet service catalogue and its potential double implementation (IR vs CRIS) Actual service implementation on Research@StAndrews:Full Text and Pure (work in progress) Short-term vs longer-term implementation processes – the RCUK Open Access policy impact Lessons learnt
  3. 3. RepNet: delivering repository services in a complex landscape
  4. 4. The CRIS/IR Landscape in the UK
  5. 5. An ideal partnership: institution, project & IR service provider
  6. 6. An ideal partnership: institution, project & IR service provider
  7. 7. Publications Full Text Repository Open Access Linked Activities University of St Andrews CRIS (Pure) Fed Out REF, RCUK SFC, HESA HEI – Strategic Planning, Benchmarking Public, Media Recognition / Impact Industry / SME’s Interface Collaborations Research Pools Pulled In Staff Records [HR] Student Records [Registry] University Structure [HR] Projects, Grants, KT [Finance] Manual Input Entered WoS, arXiv, PubMed, Scopus… Harvested Bibtex, Refman Uploaded Award / recognition Dissemination / Engagement Research data sets (multiple locations and formats) Impact Indicators Measures Case Studies Research information management at the host institution
  8. 8. Pure / Repository workflow at St Andrews
  9. 9. UKRepNet Stakeholder Engagement: the STARS Shared Initiative STARS: [U of] ST Andrews – RepNet – SDLC A joint initiative for enhancing the U of St Andrews CRIS/IR Research Information Mgt System (PURE CRIS + DSpace-based IR) according to the RepNet worklines: ∎ Enabling SWORD and testing SWORD-mediated content transfer (into Research@StAndrews:FullText & into PURE?) ∎ IRUS-UK implementation on Research@StAndrews:FullText (PURE?) ∎ OpenAIRE compliance for the IR and/or the CRIS ∎ Preliminary RIOXX implementation on Research@StAndrews:FullText ∎ Testing a 2-way CERIF/MODS-DC gateway ∎ ORCID implementation on PURE and Research@StAndrews:FullText ∎ LOCKSS Service extension to OJS-based journals and IR content ∎ Proof of Concept for the RepNet Dashboard for monitoring OA mandate compliance
  10. 10. IRUS-UK: COUNTER-compliant cross-repository article-level usage
  11. 11. Making Research@StAndrews IRUS-compliant
  12. 12. Making Research@StAndrews OpenAIRE-compliant
  13. 13. An alternative for OpenAIRE compliance: via Pure CRIS http://www.openaire.eu/en/component/content/article/9-news-events/441-pure-is-now-openaire-compliant
  14. 14. Testing the RJ Broker on Research@StAndrews
  15. 15. Additional STARS worklines
  16. 16. Conclusions / Lessons learnt • [RepNet] Testing the CRIS/IR landscape and a model for repository service provision • [RepNet] Testing the project's repository service catalogue implementation • [U of St Andrews] Examining institutional priorities, practical issues, tensions, overlaps, common aims • [U of St Andrews] Making the case for the specific IR features • [U of St Andrews] Reinforcing/overlapping with other worklines: - content collection (via SWORD) - feedback on RCUK OA policy implementation
  17. 17. Questions? Thank you Repository Fringe 2013 School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh Aug 2nd, 2013 Pablo de Castro Jackie Proven UK RepositoryNet+ Project Repository Support Officer EDINA National Data Centre University of St Andrews Library http://www.repositorynet.ac.uk/ http://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/ v1pdeca@staffmail.ed.ac.uk jep10@st-andrews.ac.uk

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