Presentation on theme: "JISC Managing Research Data Programme Simon Hodson JISC Programme Manager, Managing Research Data Tuesday 8 November 2011 Alliance for Permanent Access."— Presentation transcript:
JISC Managing Research Data Programme Simon Hodson JISC Programme Manager, Managing Research Data Tuesday 8 November 2011 Alliance for Permanent Access Conference
Supporting the Research Data Lifecycle PlanCreateUseAppraisePublishDiscoverReuse Store Annotate Select Discard Describe Identify Hand Over? Access
Supporting the Research Data Lifecycle PlanCreateUseAppraisePublishDiscoverReuse Store Annotate Select Discard Describe Identify Hand Over? Access Leadership and Policy Development Guidance and Training Support for Data Management Planning RDM Systems and Infrastructure Publication and Citation Mechanisms
JISC Managing Research Data Programme First JISC MRD Programme, : £4.3M Policy, support and infrastructure (eight projects). Training and skills (six projects). Disciplinary RDM planning requirements (six projects). Citation and publication challenges (eight projects). Support projects and reports. JISC MRD Outputs Page:
RDM Platforms and Infrastructure Infrastructure Projects: grammes/mrd/rdmi.aspx grammes/mrd/rdmi.aspx Holistic approach to infrastructure. Projects focusing on disciplinary requirements. Projects piloting systems in institutions. FISHnet Project, freshwater biology: MaDAM Project, biomedical research in an institutional context:
RDM Infrastructure: MISS MiSS (MaDAM into Sustainable Service): manchester.ac.uk / manchester.ac.uk / Policy, guidance, training, extending infrastructure, ensuring sustainability and transparent costing. ‘I see MiSS as a transitional project (rather than a continuation to MaDAM) – we’re tasked with moving from pilot to service; and I firmly believe it’s our responsibility to do this in full view of the wider community.
JISC Managing Research Data Programme Second JISC MRD Programme, : agement/managingresearchdata.aspx agement/managingresearchdata.aspx £4.6M Policy, support and infrastructure (seventeen projects). Disciplinary RDM planning requirements (ten projects). Enhancing DMPonline planning tool (two projects). Further work TBA Jan 2012 on data publication and training/skills development.
JISC Managing Research Data Programme Google Map of funded projects: ab687f5a25636a285&msa= ab687f5a25636a285&msa=0 17 infrastructure projects. 9 institutional pilots; 4 institutional embedding projects; 3 subject focussed projects; 1 project looking at metadata 4 focusing entirely or partly on engineering; 4 on biomedical/health sciences. Programme Launch Meeting, 1-2 Dec; posters at IDCC. Large Programme Conference in March 2013 (see mrdinternationalworkshop.aspx) mrdinternationalworkshop.aspx
JISC/UMF Shared Services and the Cloud Programme JISC/UMF Shared Service and Cloud Programme: –Exploring ways of achieving efficiencies through RDM in trusted clouds. JANET(UK) brokerage to create trusted cloud(s) for HE. Pilot Cloud provided by Eduserv. Augment the role of DCC (in part to deploy tools in the cloud). Four RDM applications developed to be deployed as Software as a Service.
RDM SaaS Applications VIDaaS (Virtual Infrastructure for Database as a Service), University of Oxford: DataFlow, University of Oxford: Smart Research Framework (chemistry, crystallography), University of Southampton: Biomedical Research Infrastructure (BRISSkit), University of Leicester:
Digital Curation Centre DCC: ‘The Digital Curation Centre is the UK’s leading hub of expertise in curating digital research data.’ Regional Data Management Roadshows. Briefing Papers and How-To Guides. Data Management Tools (DMPonline, CARDIO, DAF) International Digital Curation Conference
SIM4RDM Simon Hodson JISC Programme Manager, Managing Research Data Tuesday 8 November 2011 Alliance for Permanent Access Conference
SIM4RDM Vision Support Infrastructure Models for Research Data Management “to enable researchers to utilise effectively the emerging data infrastructures by ensuring that they have the knowledge, skills and support infrastructures necessary to adopt good research data management methodologies. SIM4RDM will achieve this by analysing existing funding programme interventions within member states and internationally, and producing models, evaluation frameworks and policy recommendations for future national interventions as well as pan-European and International co- ordination”
Partners OrganisationCountry Joint Information Systems Committee United Kingdom Higher Education AuthorityIreland SURFfoundationNetherlands National Information InfrastructureHungary IT Center for ScienceFinland NordForskNorway
Further Details Website Coming soon Matthew Dovey, Programme Director, Digital Infrastructure (Research) Tel: