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The repository as an interactive research tool

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Presentation Open Repositories 2017, Brisbane June 29th 2017

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The repository as an interactive research tool

  1. 1. Bij ons leer je de wereld kennen The repository as an interactive research tool Saskia van Bergen & Laurents Sesink June 29th 2017
  2. 2. First university in the Netherlands Founded by William of Orange in 1575 as a reward for Leiden’s resistance against the Spanish Motto Praesidium Libertatis
  3. 3. Located in different systems in a variety of formats: • DigiTool • Memorix • Gridminer • E-depot • Taylor made application for Maps • DSpace Digital collections
  4. 4. Policy • Durability - In compliance with the requirements of Trusted Digital Repositories OAIS Data Seal of Approval • Visibility - Interoperable with (inter)national portals OAI-PMH, Persistent Identifiers • Usability - Data accessible for digital tools Science: HORA reference architecture Heritage: DERA reference architecture
  5. 5. Support and facilitate, in collaboration with expert centres, faculties and (inter)national partners, digital scholarship within the University. CDS: • Keeps track of new technology • Facilitates researchers in the use of new methodologies and technology • Facilitates the use of state of the art collaboration environments • Supports new ways to publish and reuse articles, data and research software. • Has a proactive role during all phases of the research proces (before, during and after research) • Collaborates with partners if desirable Centre for Digital Scholarship
  6. 6. Support for Data Science • Data & Metadata • VREs • GIS • IIIF • Linked Open Data (LOD) • Database modelling & websites • Skills building. Data Carpentry
  7. 7. From passive repository to interactive research tool 2 pilots, focusing on: • Workflow • Cooperation between CDS & project team repository
  8. 8. Case study: TDM Sino-Malay literature FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable Access rights : only within the walls of the library
  9. 9. Data on Demand • Browse, read and download data • Make selections and download selected data
  10. 10. Case study: TDM Sino-Malay literature FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable Access rights : only within the walls of the library Data to TDM Tools vs TDM Tools to Data
  11. 11. Tools: Voyant & Recogito
  12. 12. Case study: North Korean Poster Collection
  13. 13. Case study: North Korean Poster Collection Platform for presentation Limited group at first, later open Expanding metadata Annotations by specialists worldwide
  14. 14. Case study: North Korean Poster Collection
  15. 15. Case study: North Korean Poster Collection
  16. 16. Summarising: • Context and solution unclear: Researcher is in the ‘driver seat’ • Start with Proof of Concept • Agile project methodology (SCRUM) • Collaboration Researcher + CDS + I&P • When context and solution are clear & viable: project set up for integration within islandora, using Prince2
  17. 17. New approach towards projects & innovation From an exclusive focus on supply to a supply and demand-driven organization From an administrative culture to an administrative and explorative business culture From Prince2 to Prince2 and SCRUM From service-oriented development to service-oriented and lean development
  18. 18. Bij ons leer je de wereld kennen digitalcollections.universiteitleiden.nl w.van.bergen@library.leidenuniv.nl or l.b.j.sesink@library.leidenuniv.nl

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