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Repository and CRIS

CONCYTEC CRIS Days

Lima – October 2, 2018

Michele Mennielli

International Membership and Partnership Manager

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DuraSpace is not for profit organization that

provides support and coordination for open

technologies

We work to ensure that current and future

generations have durable and

persistent

access

to our collective digital heritage

Our community

is part of an interconnected,

worldwide, scholarly ecosystem

About DuraSpace

Source: The Digital Ecosystem in the Balanced Value Impact Model (illustrated by Alice Maggs);

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…its open source projects

DuraSpace

open source projects

are

part of the

scholarly ecosystem

Affiliate

Status

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…its partners

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…its members

187

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… its users

2445

355

156

*Based on the DuraSpace Registry

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What the OCLC-euroCRIS

Survey tells us?

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EMEA 152 40%

AMER 90 24% APAC

32 8% Unknown*

107 28%

Respondents by Region (n=381)

381 survey respondents from 44 countries

Country

# Resp.

Country

# Resp.

United Kingdom

39 (10%)

Canada

4 (1%)

United States

39 (10%)

South Africa

4 (1%)

Peru

39 (10%)

Andorra

3 (1%)

Italy

28 (7%)

Colombia

3 (1%)

Australia

24 (6%)

Finland

3 (1%)

Germany

14 (4%)

India

3 (1%)

Netherlands

10 (3%)

Japan

3 (1%)

Portugal

7 (2%)

Austria

2 (0.5%)

Poland

6 (2%)

Bahrain

2 (0.5%)

Spain

6 (2%)

China

2 (0.5%)

Belgium

5 (2%)

Denmark

2 (0.5%)

Ireland

5 (2%)

New Zealand

2 (0.5%)

1 respondent from each of the following countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan,

Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Hungary, Lebanon, Mexico, Namibia, Russia, Saudi Arabia,

Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab

Emirates and Uruguay

*Note: 107 respondents did not provide a country

OCLC-euroCRIS Survey on RIM Practices

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RIM Functions

CONCYTEC CRIS Days | Lima, Oct 2018

20% 22% 28% 27% 29% 32% 35% 45% 44% 52% 56% 77% 33% 36% 26% 39% 26% 42% 31% 29% 34% 37% 19% 16% 29% 26% 21% 19% 15% 20% 15% 14% 11% 8% 11% 4% 6% 5% 13% 5% 14% 3% 7% 7% 3% 7% 1% 12% 10% 13% 10% 16% 3% 11% 5% 8% 2% 7% 1%

Reporting societal impact Identifying collaborators or expertise Compliance and open access to research datasets Reuse (in CVs, biosketches, other web pages) Awards/grants management workflows Reporting scholarly impact Annual academic activity reporting workflows Compliance and open access to publications Publicly available researcher profiles Internal reporting External (e.g., National) research assessment Registry of institutional research outputs

Important Functions of RIM (n=203)

Base: Institutions with a live RIM system

Extremely important Important Somewhat important Not important N/A or Not sure

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Libraries support RIM activities in many ways

22 29 20 29 33 37 35 54 37 84 70 92 73 129 14 10 24 21 29 25 26 25 47 16 36 12 44 14

0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Financial support for RIM

Project management Maintaining or servicing technical operation Impact assessment and reporting Creating internal reports for units System configuration Strategic development, management and planning Outreach and communications Proposing, initiating or driving adoption Research data management Training and support Metadata validation workflows Metadata entry Open access, copyright, and deposit

RIM Activities for which the Library Plays a Role (n=172) Base: Institutions with a live RIM

Primary Role Supporting Role

Libraries support RIM activities in many ways

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24% 37%

54%

64% 52%

41%

3% 2%

3%

9% 9%

2%

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Research Data Repository

ETD Repository Institutional Repository

Does your RIM serve as your default...

Base: Institutions with a live RIM system

Yes No Don't know N/A

RIM as Repository

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69%

23%

48%

14%

9%

0% 33%

14%

24% 47%

53%

42%

0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%

Institutional repository Research data repository ETD repository

Does your RIM serve as your default...

Base: Institutions with a Live RIM system

Europe (n=95) US & Canada (n=22) Australia (n=21) Other (n=19)

RIM as Repository by Regions

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43%

16% 20%

0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50%

Instiutional repository Research data repository ETD repository

Interoperability between RIM and repository systems (n=184)

Base: Institutions with a live RIM system

RIM-Repository Interoperability

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42%

15% 17%

27% 48%

14%

19% 68%

47%

42%

0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%

Institutional repository

(e.g., via a connector between DSpace and Pure) Research data repository ETD repository Which of the following internal systems interoperate with your RIM system(s)?

Base: Institutions with a Live RIM system

Europe (n=93) US & Canada (n=22) Australia (n=21) Other (n=19)

RIM-Repository Interoperability by Regions

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Why IR and CRIS are related

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Managing Research Information

Researcher profiles

& workflows

Open Access

& Open Data Reuse

& Interoperable

Research Data

& DMP

Repository & Distribution

Reporting, Benchmark

& Analysis

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Repository

Managers

Data

Managers

Research

Office

Administrators

Marketing

and

Promotion

Tech Transfer

Office

Provost

Vice President

of Research

Libraries

Researchers

Who is involved?

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Input information only once

Collaboration

opportunities

Easy access

to information and equipment

Funding

opportunities

Collect

institutional research output for

evaluation

and assessment

purposes

Measure

research activity

for benchmarking

Preserve

ICT investments

and maximize ROI

Disseminate

data to enhance

impact

and visibility

Resource allocation

Optimization

of the

funding process

Finding business opportunities

Competition

analysis

Educational

opportunities

Easy access

to information and research results

Control over public expenditure

Many players + many systems = an ecosystem

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Using integrated and interoperable open technologies

Developing and adopting technological standards

Collaborating internationally and sharing best practices

How to deal with the ecosystem?

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What an OS Repository can do

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0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340 N u m b e r o f R e co rd s U n it e d K in g d o m C ze ch R e p u b li c U n it e d S ta te s N e w Z e a la n d K o re a , S o u th N e th e rl a n d s S o u th A fr ic a B a n g la d e sh P h il ip p in e s C o st a R ic a Z im b a b w e V e n e zu e la A rg e n ti n a In d o n e si a C o lo m b ia A u st ra li a S ri L a n k a G e rm a n y M a la y si a T a n za n ia R o m a n ia P a k is ta n P o rt u g a l T h a il a n d H u n g a ry V ie tn a m B e lg iu m E cu a d o r N o rw a y U k ra in e B e la ru s C a n a d a F in la n d N ig e ri a T a iw a n A lg e ri a Ir e la n d M e xi co G re e ce P o la n d T u rk e y F ra n ce R u ss ia S u d a n K e n y a Ja p a n B ra zi l S p a in C h in a In d ia C h il e P e ru It a ly

Sum of Number of Records for each Country. Color shows details about Country. The marks are labeled by Country. The view is filtered on Country, which has multiple members selected.

296

158

Latin

America

374

*Most data come from the DuraSpace Registry, not complete

DSpace numbers

2445

in the Registry

86 Members

Australia,3

Peru, 1

Canada, 9

Copenhagen, 1

Finland, 1

Hong Kong, 1

Italy, 1

New Zealand, 1 Norway, 1 Belgium, 1 Portugal, 1 Qatar, 1 Scotland, 3 Sweden, 2 Switzerland, 2

The Netherlands, 2

UK, 2

Germany, 25

USA, 28

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DSpace Leadership Group

The New Leadership Group (meeting once a month from August 2018)

Pascal-Nicolas Becker (The Library Code) Allen Bell (University of British Columbia Library) John Butler (University of Minnesota)

David Corbly (University of Oklahoma) Lieven Droogmans (Atmire)

Federico Ferrario (Cineca)

Scott Hanrath (University of Kansas) Barbara Hirschmann (ETH Zurich) Jyrki Ilva (National Library of Finland) Salwa Ismail (Georgetown University) Inba Kehoe (University of Victoria) Pierre Lasou (Université Laval)

Agustina Martinez (University of Cambridge)

Joao Mendes Moreira (Foundation of Science and Technology Portugal) Susanna Mornati (4Science)

César Olivares (CONCYTEC)

Kristi Palmer (Indiana University Purdue University Indiana) Kristi Park (Texas Digital Library)

Jordan Piščanc (University of Trieste)

Beate Rajski (Hamburg University of Technology) Maureen Walsh (The Ohio State University Libraries) Andrew Weaver (Washington State University Libraries)

22 Members – 10 Countries

Germany, 2

Canada, 3

USA, 8 Belgium, 1

Italy, 3

Switzerland, 1

Finland, 1

UK, 1

Portugal, 1Peru, 1

DSPACE LEADERS - COUNTRIES

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DSpace Steering Group

The New Steering Group (meeting once a month from September 2018)

9 Members – 6 Countries

Pascal-Nicolas Becker (The Library Code)

John Butler (University of Minnesota)

Lieven Droogmans (Atmire)

Federico Ferrario (Cineca)

Jyrki Ilva (National Library of Finland)

Salwa Ismail (Georgetown University)

Joao Mendes Moreira (Foundation of Science and Technology Portugal)

Susanna Mornati (4Science)

Maureen Walsh (The Ohio State University Libraries)

Germany, 1

USA, 3

Belgium, 1

Italy, 2

Finland, 1

Portugal, 1

DSPACE STEERERS - COUNTRIES

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DSpace Community Engagement (2018)

Brazilian User Group

• Slack channel: #dspace-pe

• UG WIKI – to be launched

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Webinars and events:

Feb 27, 2018- The first meeting in the new DSpace Developer Show and Tell series focused on AWS, Janitor and DSpace (website; recording) March 27, 2018- DSpace Developer Show and Tell meeting - Janitor and DSpace, DSpace Development on Codenvy (website; recording) April 17, 2018- DSpace Developer Show and Tell meeting - IDE Showcase (website; recording)

April 24, 2018- “Making DSpace Your Own”, a community webinar presented by Terry Brady, Georgetown University Library (slides; recording) May 15, 2018- DSpace Developer Show and Tell meeting - Using Docker in Development (website; recording)

June 13, 2018 - DuraSpace and euroCRIS co-hosted event in Umeå: interoperability between DSpace repository and CRIS systems (website)

June 3-7, 2018- Workshops and sessions on DSpace 7 REST API, Angular UI development, Demo, RoadMap and more at OR2018 (slides & recordings) June 26, 2018- DSpace Developer Show and Tell meeting - OR 2018 Recap (website; recording)

July 3, 2018 - DSpace User Group Meeting at The Repository Fringe Conference in Edinburgh (hosted by Atmire) (website) July 18, 2018- DuraSpace and CONCYTEC organized the first DSpace workshop in Peru (website)

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Working groups

DSpace 7 Working Group DSpace 7 Entities Working Group DSpace 7 UI Outreach Group

DSpace Community Advisory Team(DCAT)

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DSpace Community Annual Report 2017-July 2018

4

A Regional Webinars Series for Brazil

(in collaboration with the Service Provider NEKI IT):

1. October 17, 2018: National Library

2. November 14, 2018: LUME (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul) 3. December 12, 2018: IBICT

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2014

2015

2016

2017

We’ve got a 2 UI

problem!

We need a single,

new UI

Angular 2!

What’s coming in

DSpace 7

https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/DSPACE/Strategic+Planning

Strategic Plan &

Technical Roadmap

Product

Survey &

Vision Doc

UI Prototype Challenge &

Angular 2 proof of concept

DSpace 6 released &

DSpace 7 Working Group

2018

Early demo of

Browse UI

DSpace Entities Working Group &

Ongoing v7 development

How did we get to DSpace 7?

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Single, Angular UI (

new

)

Fully-featured REST API (

new

)

Configurable Entities (

new

)

Align w/ NGR recommendations

Existing, core Java backend

Est. Timeline: early 2019

The Future: DSpace 7.0

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Coming to DSpace 7

ResourceSync

(

4Science & Cottage Labs

)

Backports to 6.x and 5.x

Signposting

http://ngr.coar-repositories.org/

Next Generation Repository Recommendations

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DSpace Entities WG

Allow DSpace to support new object

types & relationships

Alignment with NGR (Identifiers)

Alignment with OpenAIRE v4

Inspired by

DSpace-CRIS

Introducing Configurable Entities

Aligned with DSpace 7 timeline: late 2018/early 2019

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How are we getting there?

COORDINATION

Tim Donohue

DuraSpace

Angular UI

(SubTeam)

Art Lowel

Atmire

REST API

(SubTeam)

Andrea Bollini

4Science

ENTITIES WG

(late 2017)

International group

7.0 Beta by end of

2018

7.0 First Release

Candidate in early

2019

User training at

OR2019 Support new

object types &

relationships

Alignment with NGR

(Identifiers)

Alignment with

OpenAIRE v4

GOALS

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DSpace 7 Angular UI demo

https://dspace7-demo.atmire.com/

(uses the REST API demo as backend)

Download & install:

https://github.com/DSpace/dspace-angular/

DSpace 7 – Try it out!

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Video of the live demo available at

https://youtu.be/yKnos2jTdSQ

DSpace 7 – Try it out!

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“One finds limits by pushing them”

- Herbert Simon

Let’s keep pushing together!

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Muchas Gracias!

Michele Mennielli

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