Presentation on theme: "PRESERV Repositories and stakeholders Jessie Hey PRESERV Partners Meeting 18 Nov 2005."— Presentation transcript:
PRESERV Repositories and stakeholders Jessie Hey PRESERV Partners Meeting 18 Nov 2005
Pilot Repositories University of Southampton: Tim Brody has PRESERV copy of EPrints – core testing University of Southampton Research Repository - e-Prints Soton: Represents all research output – not just research articles Metadata and full text where available
University of Southampton Research Repository e-Prints Soton: Moved physically to Information Systems Services from School of Electronics and Computer Science since fire Embedded service mode Recently obtained library/ISS developer support - Adam White Will shortly have test server Repository shortly to have increased metadata input with RAE activity
e-Prints Soton Administrator team Light mediation – citation check and adding DOI or other useful info Schools – contacts evolving – tech or admin Mixed input –Self archiving and batch Have users (admin to end user) for PRESERV discussions Main current concerns – are procedures good for scaling up? Can PRESERV help with useful reports eg formats detail?
Oxford Eprints Research articles by Oxford authors Set up with SHERPA support – librarian designated during project phase Articles from OUP – experiment To move to new server shortly Lower key but can test software Neil Jefferies – tech support - update
Stakeholders Initial concentration: Researcher viewpoint Interviews – what research do you want to preserve? Early indications Ideal: my (or my group, my department) research in context Repository plus web site enrichment Want to know how research direction was arrived at
Other stakeholders Wider university eg VC, DVC, information services – administrators –Admin: files plus links –OAIS – need OAIS lite if validate. Poss. Certification preferably advice Preservation services eg BL End users/teachers Research funders – defining policies Wellcome Trust activities will provide more developed preservation for specific subject areas