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1 A centre of expertise in digital information management UKOLN is supported by: British Academy e-Resources Policy Review: UKOLN Report Dr Liz Lyon Director Workshop, London November 2006 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0

2 JISC Digital Repositories support Repositories Research Team (with CETIS) –Roadmap –Use cases and scenarios, workflow exemplars –Dublin Core Application Profile for ePrints (+ Eduserv) Requirements: richer metadata set, support for value-added services, version identification, appropriate copy (OA), citations Based on FRBR Data model for scholarly works Application profile includes simple and qualified DC properties –Deposit API (GNU eprints, Dspace, Fedora) Standard deposit interface to repositories –OAIS Reference Model Evaluation –Contributions to e-Framework: Service usage and service genres –DigiRep Wiki

3 Version of Record (English) FRBR for eprints The eprint as a scholarly work Authors Original 1.0 Authors Original 1.1 Version of Record (French) htmlpdf publishers copy institutional repository copy scholarly work (work) version (expression) format (manifestation) copy (item) … Slide: Julie Allinson, UKOLN, Andy Powell, Eduserv

4 The application profile simple DC properties (the usual suspects … ) –identifier, title, abstract, subject, creator, publisher, type, language, format qualified DC properties –access rights, licence, date available, bibliographic citation, references, date modified new properties –grant number, affiliation institution, status, version, copyright holder properties from other schemes –funder, supervisor, editor (MARC relators) –name, family name, given name, workplace homepage, mailbox, homepage (FOAF) clearer use of existing relationships –has version, is part of new relationship properties –has adaptation, has translation, is expressed as, is manifested as, is available as vocabularies –access rights, entity type, resource type and status Slide: Julie Allinson, UKOLN, Andy Powell, Eduserv

5 Use DC Application Profile for ePrints?

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7 Repositories Support Project –JISC-funded: SHERPA University Nottingham lead –Partners: Aberystwyth, UKOLN, DCC, Southampton –Supporting institutions –Needs analysis, technical support, workshops, integration

8 eBank Project: aggregating & linking data+interpretations Publishing datasets: crystallography exemplar Application Profile DOI Rights & Citation policy

9 Aggregator services Institutional data repositories Deposit, Validation Publication Validation Data analysis, transformation, mining, modelling Search, harvest Presentation services / portals Data discovery, linking, citation Laboratory repository Deposit eCrystals Global Federation Model 23/10/2006 Publishers: peer- review journals, conference proceedings, etc Curation Preservation Subject Repository Institution Library & Information Services This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Data creation & capture in Smart lab Data discovery, linking, citation Search, harvest Deposit

10 Some issues: – Populating institutional repositories…… – Inter-disciplinary variations in workflow: deposit, search etc. – Interoperability across repository federations – Acceptance & deployment of common schema by repository services – Schema for images, geo- spatial data, time-based media? – Complexities of harvesting: simple vs rich DC

11 e-Infrastructure Studies Shared Infrastructure Services Synthesis (Ann Chapman and Rosemary Russell) –Project development lifecycle: project to service –Promote benefits to the community –Demonstrate best practice to enhance take-up –Services for digital policy management: licences –Recommendations for specific shared services Terminology Services and Technology (Doug Tudhope, Traugott Koch, Rachel Heery) –Develop use cases and scenarios –Name authority file and disambiguation services –Experiment with KOS and social tagging –Integrate tagging within existing services –Terminologies registry within IE testbed –Terminology services and repositories for subject-based access

12 Digital Curation Centre 2 nd International DCC Conference November, Glasgow Representation Information Registry Repository Development of (M2M) tools & interfaces for creating, using, re-using representation information: Prototype demonstrator

13 Supporting the community legal - technical guidance Curation Manual 45 chapters planned –Metadata (umbrella) –Open Source –Archival metadata –Preservation metadata –Selection & appraisal –Curating s Briefing Papers –Curating s –Digital repositories –Geospatial data –Data protection –eScience data Case studies

14 UK Digital Curation Centre Some issues : Enabling access and preservation Defining notions of trust Certification approaches Embedding in research workflow Developing researchers skills


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