TG3: Infrastructure & Services Chuck Humphrey. Virtual Community Network Grid Scientific Data Virtual Community Network Grid Scientific Data Virtual Laboratories.
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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, 2007
RDC Infrastructural Architecture National Optical Research Network RDC lightpath / APN Middleware DDI Foundation Tools Data & Metadata RDC Virtual Project RDC Virtual Project RDC Virtual Project RDC Virtual Project RDC Virtual Project RDC Virtual Project
A national research data infrastructure NRDI IR DR IR DR IR DR IR NRDI = National Research Data Infrastructure DR = Domain repository IR = Institutional repository National Prominence CARLNRC Research Council Network
Terms Looking to change policies, practices, technology, norms and organizational structures to bring about the ideal states
Relationships Share in the mission to establish data stewardship goals in Canada’s research community. Each task group focuses on specific aspects of stewardship but all three are closely related. TG1: shaping the environment in which data stewardship takes place; TG2: articulating the practices and systems needed throughout the data stewardship life cycle; TG3: establishing the norms and skills need for data stewardship to flourish.
Strategies Changes have to occur within individual domains. Processes will be required to introduce change and TG2 will suggest methods that engage domains in this work and that draw upon the appropriate mix of knowledge, skills and norms. Need to work closely with TG1 & TG3. Engage willing domains first, lobby the indifferent domains and pressure the reluctant.
Preservation Focus on practices and services Key to this is working with a life cycle data management plan Need to develop OAIS submission information packages (SIP) to be used with Trusted Scientific Data Repositories Need a service to help prepare and evaluate data management plans Need a process for identifying the custodians throughout a data management plan
TSDR Focus on infrastructure Need plans for building trust scientific data repositories Need a certification process Organizing individual TSDRs into a national network requires coordinating agency Need to develop OAIS archival information packages (SIP) for TSDRs
Standards Focus on practices Identify applicable standards through a data management plan Emphasize the development of metadata standards for the life cycle process Work with international groups around standards
Access Focus on practices and services Need to develop OAIS dissemination information packages (SIP) Work with existing data services to explore and develop new methods of providing access to data Train new data service providers Provide a service to assess disclosure risk and methods of minimizing this risk