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1 Preserving Research Data in Canada: an update DLI/ACCOLEDS 2009 Chuck Humphrey University of Alberta 1

2 Environmental scan of this decade Research Data Centre Network, DLI becomes a permanent program, 2001 National Data Archive Consultation, OECD Access to Publicly Funded Research Data, 2004 Canadian Digital Information Strategy, Consultation on Access to Scientific Research Data, 2005 International Data Forum, 2007 Research Data Strategy Working Group, 2008 CARL Data Management Working Group UNESCO Charter on Preservation of Digital Heritage,

3 3 Tipping the balance toward action Bottom- up Top-Down Academic, federal agency policies Infrastructure Funding Granting Councils Information professionals Researchers, societies and their domain projects

4 Research Data Strategy Working Group Initiated by Pam Bjornson, CISTI Executive Director Cross-sector working group consisting of members from government departments & agencies and research libraries Stewardship of Research Data in Canada: A Gap Analysis (January 2009). Uses a lifecycle model to identify data problems in Canada. RDSWG reorganized in anticipation of the release of the Gap Analysis in fall Task Group 1: Engagement strategy Task Group 2: Policies, funding and reward systems Task Group 3: Infrastructure and services Task Group 4: Capacity 4

5 Gap analysis summary Source: The Stewardship of Research Data in Canada: a gap analysis, Table 2, page 17. 5

6 CARL Data Management Working Group Members Marnie Swanson, Chair (U of Victoria) Pam Bjornson (CISTI) Lynn Copeland (SFU) Michelle Edwards (U of Guelph) Observers Bernie Gloyn (Statistics Canada) Margaret Haines (Carleton U) Janine Schmidt (McGill U) Kathleen Shearer (CARL consultant) Produced the Data Management Awareness Toolkit 6

7 Research Data Management Seminar 7

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11 This table lists changes to the stages in the DCC model, re-aggregating activities in the lifecycle to create a data library viewpoint. DCCData Lib create or receivedata production appraisal and select dissemination ingest, store, access and use data repository discovery transformrepurpose 11

12 Data stewardship lifecycle Data RepurposingData Production Data Repository Data Dissemination Data Discovery 12

13 Where are we headed? Trusted Research Data Repositories (TRDRs) are emerging as a new institutional model to support data preservation. Based on work advanced for trusted digital repositories, TRDRs are specialized services dedicated to research data. Internationally, the U.S. and Europe are investing in the development of infrastructure to support TRDRs. NSF DataNet Europes Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research (DRIVER) DRIVER II: Federated data repositories 13

14 Virtual Community Network Grid Scientific Data Virtual Community Network Grid Scientific Data Virtual Laboratories Workspace Meetings, experiments, etc. Virtual Community Network Grid Scientific Data Virtual Laboratories Workspace Meetings, experiments, etc. Virtual Laboratories Workspace Meetings, experiments, etc. Network Grid Scientific Data Economies of Scale Efficiency Gains Global virtual research community Source: Ulf Dahlsten, Building a global virtual research community, at the International Data Forum, Beijing, June 7,

15 e-Infrastructure of repositories e-Infrastructure for repositories Management Transparent Responsive Informed Grids, Virtual Organisations, etc Repositories Trusted Open Well managed Repository management, curation, physical security, etc Repositories services Ease of use Availability Reliability Deposit, annotation, delivery, visualisation, search, help, etc Information Authenticity Quality Longevity Collections: data, work-flows, publications, learning materials, etc. Available Scaleable Reliable Networks, computing, HPC, physical storage, etc Physical infrastructure Access Standardised Stable Flexible Authentication, authorisation, logical security, federation, portals, etc 15 Source: Mário Campolargo Open Grid Forum Barcelona, 3 June 2008 source: eSciDR study (adapted) e-Infrastructure for repositories

16 Data stewardship framework Infrastructure layer Data layer Services layer Metadata layer ProductionProductionProductionProduction ProductionProductionProductionProduction AccessAccessAccessAccess AccessAccessAccessAccess PreservationPreservationPreservationPreservation PreservationPreservationPreservationPreservation Architecture Lifecycle activities 16

17 Data stewardship framework ProductionAccessPreservation Services Metadata Data Infrastructure Local National International Local National International Local National International 17

18 18 Whats next? The agenda for research data over the next decade, while substantial, can be managed through collaboration. We can all play a role in furthering developments in sound data management and in advancing data stewardship.


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