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1 Data Management and Institutional Repositories SEAL-S Tim Tamminga bepress Digital Commons

2 About bepress Started in 1999 by University of California - Berkeley faculty to publish scholarly journals. In 2002 bepress worked with the University of California System (CDL) extended that platform to manage published articles. This became the foundation for Digital Commons. Over 200 institutions today use Digital Commons. As of Sept, 2011, bepress is concentrating wholly on Digital Commons and is supporting universities that want to provide repository and publishing services

3 Digital Commons is a hosted repository service that includes open access software, a publishing system, hosting and support, all bundled together

4 Digital Commons as a Showcase

5 Digital Commons Services Client Services Goals Free IR managers from technically supporting users of the platform Outreach Goals Facilitate the sharing of best practices for IR success Development Goals Improve the platform to support subscriber goals

6 Digital Commons Subscribers

7 What is a Data Management Plan? 1.Clear description of the kinds of data collected 2. A description of how that data will be made available 3. How data will be archived and safeguarded -Sewanee,

8 NSF Policy 1.Types of materials to be produced 2.Standards for data and metadata format and content 3.Policies for access and sharing 4.Policies and provisions for re-use 5.Plans for archiving data, and for preservation of access -NSF,

9 NSF Policy Investigators are expected to share with other researchers, at no more than incremental cost and within a reasonable time, the primary data, samples, physical collections and other supporting materials created or gathered in the course of work under NSF grants. Grantees are expected to encourage and facilitate such sharing. -NSF,

10 Cal Poly: "Managing the Data Deluge: Understanding Scientists' Need for Data Curation Services." Ramirez, Marisa, and others. Managing the Data Deluge: Understanding Scientists' Need for Data Curation Services Purdue University: "Conducting a Data Interview, Approach to Developing a Data Management Plan, and Data Curation Profiles ToolkitConducting a Data InterviewApproach to Developing a Data Management PlanData Curation Profiles Toolkit Pacific University: "Initial Development of an Online Repository to Facilitate Data Sharing and Collaborative Research: A Berglund Fellowship Report," by Isaac Gilman and Daniel MunozInitial Development of an Online Repository to Facilitate Data Sharing and Collaborative Research: A Berglund Fellowship Report UMass Medical School: eScience SymposiumeScience Symposium Linfield College: Data Management Services Data Management Services University of Tennessee: National Science Foundation Data Management PlansNational Science Foundation Data Management Plans University of Wollongong: Research Online Data CollectionsResearch Online Data Collections Selected Subscriber Resources

11 Representing Research Data in Digital Commons

12 1.Metadata only submissions Representing Research Data in Digital Commons

13 1.Metadata only submissions 2.Metadata plus descriptive guides Representing Research Data in Digital Commons

14 1.Metadata only submissions 2.Metadata plus descriptive guides 3.Metadata plus research data Representing Research Data in Digital Commons

15 1. Metadata only submissions

16 So data management in the IR is really about sharing

17 1. Metadata only submissions

18 2. Metadata Plus Guides

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20 3. Metadata Plus Research Data

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24 Research Data with restricted access

25 Theres more to data management than raw data. 1.Journals 2.Books & Monographs 3.Conferences and Symposia 4.Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) 5.Multi-media content Popular Repository Content

26 Popular Repository Content: Journals

27 Popular Repository Content: Books

28 Popular Repository Content: multi-media

29 Popular Repository Content: Conference Material

30 1.Undergraduate Research 2.Honors Work/Senior Projects 3.Historical Collections 4.Commencement Addresses 5.Oral Histories 6.Donor Reports 7.Collective Bargaining Agreements 8.Congressional Testimony 9.Grant Reports 10.Course Catalogs 11.Public Affairs Material 12.Campus Facilities Projects More Popular Repository Content

31 Undergraduate Research

32 Historical Collections

33 Questions?

34 Additional Resources Presentations about Digital Commons: digitalcommons.bepress.com/presentations/ Research about Institutional Repositories: works.bepress.com/ir_research/ Portal site listing institutions using Digital Commons and journals created within Digital Commons: digitalcommons.bepress.com Digital Commons demonstration system:


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