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DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO Data Archiving and Networked Services Certification and Dutch data management services Marjan Grootveld LIBER workshop, Vienna, May 19-20, 2014
Contents DANS Data and Trust European framework for certification – DSA, DIN, ISO Other approaches Ongoing work Horizon 2020 DANS Research funders Federated data infrastructure European framework for certification DSA, DIN, ISO Perspective Content
What is DANS? Institute of Dutch Academy and Research F unding O rganisation (KNAW & NWO) since 2005 First predecessor dates back to 1964 (Steinmetz Foundation), Historical Data Archive 1989 Mission: promote and provide permanent access to digital research information
EASY: Electronic Archiving System for self-deposit NARCIS: Gateway to scholarly information in NL Support for Data Management Persistent Identifier URN:NBN resolver Our services
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Only use this slide to present a screenshot of an application. As no style is applied, the screenshot can take up the whole slide. For all other information please use the slide with preset style! Maximum access to data Sustainably stored in a digital repository with a Seal of Approval. Compliance with codes of conduct Slogan DANS: ‘Open if possible, protected if necessary’ http://www.nwo.nl/
NL Code of Conduct for Scientific Practice DMP clues: accurately documented; quality of data collection; all steps taken must be properly reported; raw data; retention period; archiving. DMP clues: accurately documented; quality of data collection; all steps taken must be properly reported; raw data; retention period; archiving. http://www.vsnu.nl/
Data management is a part of professional research. Data awareness and planning are more important than the actual DMP. Yet – Make your plan explicit and keep it up to date; – Try not to reinvent the wheel: lots of DMP templates available;DMP templates available – Involve other stakeholders. Plan or planning?
Data management: who? Institution Research data policy €$£ Funders
Data Users Basic Technical Infrastructure: SURFsara, Target, … Back Offices: DANS, 3TU.Datacenter, … Position within the federated data infrastructure: a collaborative framework Data Generators Front offices: Local Data Facilities ((University) Libraries) Domain-Specific Research Infrastructures Data Curation Community Support Services Common Data Services: Archiving, Access, … Trust User functions: data capture and transfer Common Data Services: Storage, Backups, …
What is trust built on? Dedicate yourself (mission statement) Do what you promise (stable, sincere and competent reputation) Be transparent (peer review, get certified)
Certification of digital repositories International framework 3 standards 3 levels http://www.trusteddigitalrepository.eu
DSA: basic certification DANS initiative (2005/6) International Board (2009) 16 guidelines Self assessment & review Transparency Almost 30 seals awarded The research data: can be found on the Internet are accessible (clear rights and licenses) are in a usable format are reliable can be referred to (persistent identifier) Data producers are responsible for the quality of research data, repositories for storage and long-term access, and users for correct use of data http://datasealofapproval.org/
DIN 31644: extended certification 34 criteria written by German nestor-group and adopted as DIN 31644 Self assessment & review Self assessment and evidence on website No seals acquired yet… http://www.langzeitarchivierung.de/Subsites/nestor/
ISO 16363: formal certification Based on Open Archival Information System (OAIS) and Trusted Repository Audit and Certification (TRAC) Over 100 metrics Test audits 2011 by Primary Trustworthy Digital Repository Authorisation Body(PTAB) Full external auditing process ISO 16919: Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of candidate trustworthy digital repositories No ISO certifications yet… http://www.iso16363.org/
ESFRI Research Infrastructures and Trust Requirements for CLARIN Centres “Centres need to have a proper and clearly specified repository system and participate in a quality assessment procedure as proposed by the Data Seal of Approval or MOIMS-RAC approaches” Requirements for CLARIN Centres “Centres need to have a proper and clearly specified repository system and participate in a quality assessment procedure as proposed by the Data Seal of Approval or MOIMS-RAC approaches” Building Trust: CESSDA Self-Assessment Project Participants from fifteen CESSDA member organisations discussed the CESSDA-ERIC requirements and agreed upon using the Data Seal of Approval (DSA) guidelines as a tool to gain information on the level of their conformance with the DSA and the CESSDA-ERIC requirements.
H2020 Open data pilot Current Guidelines Open Research Data Pilot do not mention “trusted digital repositories”; Annex 2 mentions “certified repositories” once. Understandable: there are few certified TDRs yet. E-infrastructure call H2020: Services to ensure the quality and reliability of the e- infrastructure, including certification mechanisms for repositories and certification services to test and benchmark capabilities in terms of resilience and service continuity of e- infrastructures.
Mission: To establish an infrastructure for long-term access to all public-sector digital objects in the Netherlands within five years Netherlands Coalition for Digital Preservation
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Perspective Institution Research data policy €$£ Funders