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1 WORKSHOP ON CRIS, CERIF AND INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES, Rome, 10-11/5/2010 Interoperability Challenges and Approaches

2 OpenAIRE - factsheet Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe Programme: FP7 – Research Infrastructures Starting date: December 1, 2009 Duration: 36 months Budget: 4.1 Million 38 partners covering all European member- states – To be reached at OpenAIRE Project Overview 2

3 Partners OpenAIRE Project Overview 3 University of Athens (coordinator) University of Goettingen Library (scientific coordinator) CNR-ISTI (technical coordinator) University of Bielefeld Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) CERN SURF ICM – University of Warsaw University of Minho University of Gent Library eIFL Technical University Denmark Scientific Communities Health (Life Sciences) – EMBL-EBI Environment – World Data Center for Climate – Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Information & Communication Science – Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities – Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) Scientific Communities Health (Life Sciences) – EMBL-EBI Environment – World Data Center for Climate – Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Information & Communication Science – Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities – Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) Liaison Offices

4 OpenAIRE Project Overview 4

5 European Helpdesk Promote FP7-pilot and ERC OA guidelines National Open Access Liaison Offices (27 countries) Provide OA toolkits for – Researchers – Institutions Setup 24/7 portal for deposit, search of OA publications Liaison with – Other European OA initiatives – Publishers – CRIS systems OpenAIRE Project Overview 5

6 Supporting repository e- Infrastructure OpenAIRE portal built on D-NET Access to scientific publications – Search, browse – Visualization tools Deposition of articles – Setup repository for homeless pubs (INVENIO) – Harvest OA publications from existing repositories Provide monitoring tools for – Document/depositing statistics – Usage statistics from repository infrastructure Interoperation with other infrastructures OpenAIRE Project Overview 6

7 OpenAIRE in a nutshell OpenAIRE overall overview: functionalities and domains served OpenAIRE Project Overview 7

8 Research data management Explore the requirements, practices, incentives, workflows, data models, and technologies to deposit, access, and otherwise manipulate research datasets Produce feasibility studies to show researchers the benefit for depositing Work with four (4) scientific communities – Health (Life Sciences) – Environment – Information & Communication Science – Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities OpenAIRE Project Overview 8

9 CRIS vs. IR CRIS Management research context – research input/output relations – stakeholders, environments Bibliographic metadata, authors Enumerated lists, controlled vocabularies, ontologies Managed by institution research administration Interoperability w/ other admin systems well understood IR Management of research content – research output – scientific results, creators Bibliographic metadata, authors Full-text indexing, persistent ids for content (URN, UDI, …), content statistics, usage rights Managed by institution libraries Interoperability w/ other research infrastructures active area of work OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 9

10 CERIF Data Model OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 10

11 CRIS and IR Overlapping data, stakeholders, org units involved Danger of duplication effort First integration efforts [DRIVER-II Technology Watch Report] – TCD portals in Ireland – Narcis in the Netherlands – DDF-MXD format in Danemark OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 11

12 OpenAIRE Interoperability Publications – Projects – Primary Data Treated as independent w/ distinct – Origins, Life cycles, Target groups OpenAIRE: create relations among them Life in separate systems, cohesive semantics in OpenAIRE Relations through mappings OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 12

13 OpenAIRE Data Model 0.1 OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 13 Authors Projects manifestations participants publishedArticles authorships Authorships fundedBy Data Sources Files Manifestations responsibleFor files location authoredBy Organizations Articles

14 OpenAIRE Controlled Vocs OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 14 NationalitiesAuthors Countries Organization s LicenseKindsArticles Languages DataSource Typologies DataSources FP7Subjects Projects _FP7subjects Projects nationality license_kind language country_of_origintypology

15 OpenAIRE Interoperability Common data model (CERIF-inspired, CERIF subset) CRIS-related data ingested by European Participant Portal ++ (& orgs CRISs) IR-related data harvested from individual reps based on the DRIVER infrastructure Primary data under investigation Enhancement of D-Net software [DRIVER] Specs in by the end of May OpenAIRE: Interoperability Challenges and Approaches 15


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