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2 Digital IDs The Challenges of the last year

3 TSO DOI Architecture

4 TSOs DOI Implementation to date Robust, Scalable, Proven Technology Web site based for DOI account creation and maintenance Virtual Site Capability : for Govt Agencies Local handle gateway for resolution by any internet user Mirror of Handle System DOI TSO Metadata repository TSO DOI API : Webservices / SOAP free issuance of base DOIsServices Content Syndication IP Services Metadata Services Creation, Validation and Population Management A range of metadata schemas defined : ONIX : MPEG : GRID

5 Our Plans for 2004 / 2005 Customer Value Technical Complexity RA Base SERVICE RD Metadata & Multi resolution Federation Support Services Extended Services IP Support

6 Understanding the use of Digital IDs Identify a reference or citable point in cyberspace Place Discovery Identify a metadata description in cyberspace Description Title Author Date Version Subject IDENTIFIER Rights Identify relationships to other related resources in cyberspace Relationships Identify a web deliverable resource in cyberspace Resource

7 Report Report Digital Object Identifiers for Publishing and the e-Learning Community

8 JISC Issues for Digital Identifiers l Uniqueness Ù How is it made Ù What is it Ù Who does it? Ù Can I use ISBNs : ISSNs l Global Registration / Namespace Ù How is it made Ù What is it Ù Who does it? Ù Creating ID Persistence over time l Resolution & Local Resolver Services Ù What is it? Ù How does it work Ù Who does it? Ù Resolution Persistence Ù Resource Persistence and facetted commitment

9 The JISC Report : Recommendations Key Outputs: l Publish and disseminate a policy for persistent digital identifiers l Publish and disseminate a policy for persistent digital identifiers to avoid becoming a data ghetto. advocates the adoption l For published resources or published metadata records the report advocates the adoption of the Digital Object Identifiers l Setup the provision l Setup the provision of implement a Handle server with the ability to provide multiple resolution using open source license provision technology from CNRI. l Direct collaboration l Direct collaboration with ADL should be sought to integrate eLearning handle use activity with that of SCORM 2004 / CORDRA. l Provide national guidance l Provide national guidance and a framework for namespace use l Provide local namespaces l Provide local namespaces within the jisc.ac.uk namespace l Investigate l Investigate the POI scheme promoted by UKOLN & OCLC particularly for use with short term use materials OpenURL technology should be recognised l The increasing use of OpenURL technology should be recognised, to provide appropriate copy access to resources. l URLs can be used l URLs can be used for ephemeral requirement as identifiers for short time scale, single location, user authored resources, with low management and minimal cost.

10 eLearning Creating Digital Asset Exchange i.e. Doing a better thing for Customers i.e. Doing a better thing for Customers Integration of Resource Knowledge / Information as discoverable re-usable assets 1234 Collect Collaborate Collect Collaborate

11 Collections : Incidental or Professional Publishers Connections : Subject Matter Experts Communities : Users & deliverers Knowledge Economy How the world of Education & Training is moving D i g i t a l C o n t e n t E c o s y s t e m

12 Information Federation : Digital Exchange Model Rights ManagementObject Distribution Resource Discovery Syndication D i g i t a l C o n t e n t E c o s y s t e m

13 Cabinet Office Report Cabinet Office Report The use of Persistent Digital Identifiers and associated Resolution services A Proof of Concept Model and Demonstrator e-Government Unit of the Cabinet Office

14 to be added Snap shop of eGov page

15 The Report : Outline Conclusions Key Properties: Persistent digital identifiers for use in eGIF should be able to: l Reference multiple object types l Integrate and interoperate with existing standards l Offer scope for future extension and migration l Satisfy the needs of the eGOV & other sectors l Adopt declared IETF specifications or those under known IETF approval process l Avoid any unnecessary semantic or location information in the identifier

16 The Cabinet Report : Outline Conclusions l Use of persistent digital identifiers will be mandated by inclusion in the e- Government Metadata Standard and e-GIF in order to identify UK government resources uniquely and globally. l For resources or metadata records that are to be published internally on a large scale by government departments, we will recommend an implementation of Handle Services with the ability to provide multiple resolution if required. l The management overhead and server maintenance costs have to be considered, but the cost of adoption should be minimised by the efficiency of a single internal registration agency. l For resources or metadata records that are to be published externally by government bodies and related agencies, the report advocates the use of Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) as a credible short to medium term solution, to sharing information effectively with the public and other external partners l URLs can continue to provide a solution for short time scale, single location, user authored resources, with low management and minimal cost. The disadvantage is lack of persistence, but this can be countered to some extent by clear guidelines for best practice.

17 The Cabinet Report : Outline Conclusions l In the longer term the e-Government Unit will consider becoming a Handle / DOI registration agency In the meantime, the e- Government Unit should engage with external agencies to provide short to medium term provision of identifier services and resolution gateways. l The e-Government Unit will investigate and build services and capacity into repositories which can interoperate with a range of persistent digital identifiers, even if they are not all used for e- Government Unit publications. l The e-Government Unit, in collaboration with participants, will provide national guidance and a framework for name space, registration agency, naming authority, and resolution service governance across all sectors. l [ [

18 The Cabinet Report : Outline Conclusions l What is the core data that must be registered and managed? Should metadata be stored in the Handle registries or should the registries only maintain a link to the metadata record? l What multiple resolution systems are available or applicable? l What is the appropriate model for using a hierarchy of local registries (local Handle servers)? l Can the Handle system support semantic models and taxonomies? l Are there security or privacy implications or issues? l Is the Handle system useful in digital rights management? l Is the Handle system scalable? l Will the Handle system work in mobile, off-line or disconnected situations? The Handle system will be further investigated by the e-Government Unit:

19 The Publishing Challenge & Information Federation

20 Typical Traditional Publishing Workflow £ £ £ £ Print Design CD Design Specialist Design Web Design

21 Master Content Author Update Manage Assemble & Format Print Content Other Media Content Web Content CD Content CreationAssemblyDeliveryCustomers D i g i t a l C o n t e n t E c o s y s t e ms

22 Corporatee-StoreCommunitiesPortalse-ServiceSyndicationSubscription VLE / LMS MIS Standard Data Models Knowledge Content Raw Media Intellectual Property Knowledge Content Raw Media Intellectual Property Assembly Rules Content Repositories Creation Assembly DeliveryCustomers Authors EXPERTISE Standards Physical AP AP AP Metadata with DOI AP AP Just in Time Assembly Individuals Partners Community DynamicProductOutput FixedProductOutput HTML XML e-Sub e-Seminar e-Archive XML CD e-Book Book JIT Manual Other? D i g i t a l C o n t e n t E c o s y s t e m Distribution

23 Single Source : Case Study British Pharmacopoeia l Single source solution l 6,000+ Monographs managed as individual content objects l Images managed separately l Relationships maintained in Master Stores Indexes generated from content l Assembled in CMS and fed as XML to auto generate: Print, CD and Web products l eBook planned

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