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1 Creating an Academic Information Domain: a Dutch Example Chris Baars EuroCRIS 2008 – June 5- 7 th Maribor

2 National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System

3 Outline  AID: Three different worlds: CRIS, OAR & E-data  Joining three worlds in NARCIS  Digital Author Identifier (DAI)  Persistent Identifiers (PI)  Conclusions and further development

4 Academic Information Domain Academic Information Domain Personnel Information Domain Financial Information Domain Repositories CRIS E-Research H.R.Finan. Based on:

5 Component I: Dutch CRIS  14 CRIS’s participate in NOD, Dutch Research Database  Researchers (expertise, research data and workplaces)  Research Institutions and Research Schools (Profiles and Addresses)  Current Research Programmes and Research Projects

6 Component II: OAR  Central Access Point to the Dutch Institutional Repositories of Open Access publications (21 OARs)  Dutch Academic Output that is available Open Access  Subsections: Cream of Science and Promise of Science

7 Component III: E-DATA  E-DATA Institute DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services)  Developed OAI interface on EASY – Electronic Archiving System  Data themselves available under the conditions specified by the depositor  Humanities and Social Sciences

8 Joining the three worlds: problems Organizational issues  Willingness, commitment and participation  Infrastructure: Benefit DARE-program (SurfFoundation) Technical issues  Interoperability: OAI - PMH protocol  Exchange formats: DC & DIDL / MODS for OAR’s CERIF based XML for CRIS

9 Joining the three worlds

10 Digital Glue  Digital Author Identifier (DAI)  Persistent Identifiers (PI)  Interlinking  Extra metadata elements

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12 DAI in action

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14 Persistent Identifiers (PI)  Unlike URL’s, PI’s do not change in time  Target URL should be resolvable  National resolver functionality

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17 Conclusions and Future Developments  To create an AID the greatest challenges are organizational  Need for integration on some level (DAI)  Persistent Identifiers are necessary for sustainability and guaranteed access to the right information.  Enhanced publications  Validation tool  Metadata store (NARCIS becomes a National Repository)

18 National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System


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