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2019-06_Eunis_Burland

Recent national and international mandates and reports seek to promote an open research infrastructure which facilitates easy access to knowledge and information for all. For example, The UK Open Research Data Task Force report, released in February 2019, recommends user-friendly services for research data management and infrastructure to maximise interoperability and discoverability.
Jisc has built the Open Research Hub (JORH), which integrates a repository, preservation, reporting and storage platform. This cloud-based service is a community governed, multi-tenant solution for universities and other research institutions to manage, store, preserve and share their published research data. Based on existing open standards, the service’s open and extensive data model incorporates best practice from across the sector, including DataCite, CrossRef, CERIF, Dublin Core and PREMIS.
While the Hub was built to address the needs of research data curation, its adoption of open, best practice standards means it has the potential to allow the service to handle a much wider range of digital research objects, including Open Access articles, theses and software. The data model, rich messaging layer and an open API facilitate interoperability with other institutional and scholarly communications systems. This provides the potential for the Hub to underpin infrastructure capable of meeting the requirements of an ever-evolving open research agenda.
This talk will introduce some of the key initiatives seeking to shape open research infrastructure and discuss how the Hub’s current and future development is directed towards facilitating open research best practice. Consideration will be given to how the Hub either meets or can meet recent recommendations such as FAIR, Plan S, ORDTF and the COAR’s Next Generation Repositories.

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  1. 1. The Jisc Open Research Hub 4 June, 2019 and its role in open research infrastructure
  2. 2. #JiscRDM2 Who are Jisc? Jisc is the UK higher,further education and skills sectors’ not-for-profit organisation for digital servicesand solutions Operateshared digital infrastructure and services Provide trusted adviceand practical assistancefor universities, colleges and learning providers We… Negotiate sector-wide deals and conditionswith IT vendors and commercial publishers
  3. 3. A key challenge for universities #JiscRDM3 The current ‘open research’ agenda is important to universities: Repository Preservatiion Reporting
  4. 4. A shared service #JiscRDM4 Input from >70 UK universities Multi - content Modular and inter- operable Reporting Compliance Ease the digital preservation pain Enhanced UX Community led Cost effective A single solution to meet the requirements for univers ities to enable better management, s haring and preservation of research outputs
  5. 5. Jisc Open Research Hub #JiscRDM5 https://Jisc.ac.uk/open-research-hub
  6. 6. Service Data Model #JiscRDM6 https ://github.com/JiscRDSS/rdss -canonical-data-model
  7. 7. Sector policies and good practice - data Sungya Pundir, Wikimedia Commons, CC By-SA 4.0 #JiscRDM7
  8. 8. FAIR data #JiscRDM8 https://www.go- fair.org/fair-principles/
  9. 9. A FAIR submission? #JiscRDM9 https://zenodo.org/record/2619357
  10. 10. Continual development and delivery #JiscRDM11 https ://res earchdata.jis cinvolve.org/ wp/2 019/05/22/going-off-road/ https ://blog.cris p.s e/2016/01/25/henrikkniberg/making-sense-of-mvp
  11. 11. Sector mandates and good practice - OA #JiscRDM12
  12. 12. OA repository reqs? (Plan-S; COAR NGR; UK guidance) #JiscRDM13  Diversity of resources  Open APIs  Machine friendly  Resource centric  Networked  Versioning  Sustainable  Distributed governance  Public good  Helpdesk  Continuous availability  Accessible  Full text stored in XML in JATS standard (or equivalent)  Common behaviours, functionalities and standards  Automatic exchange between publishers and institutions  Quality assured metadata in standard interoperable format  Automated manuscript ingest facility  Promoting a range of unique identifiers (eg ORCID)
  13. 13. Research data lifecycle & Open research hub scope #JiscRDM14
  14. 14. ORH and the active research life cycle? #JiscRDM15  DMPs  Open science platforms  E-lab notebooks  Active data storage  Practice research  Reproducibility
  15. 15. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk 15 Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1BW T: 07468 727061 Dr Tamsin Burland tamsin.burland@jisc.ac.uk Twitter: @tamsinburland www.jisc.ac.uk/staff/tamsin-burland

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Recent national and international mandates and reports seek to promote an open research infrastructure which facilitates easy access to knowledge and information for all. For example, The UK Open Research Data Task Force report, released in February 2019, recommends user-friendly services for research data management and infrastructure to maximise interoperability and discoverability. Jisc has built the Open Research Hub (JORH), which integrates a repository, preservation, reporting and storage platform. This cloud-based service is a community governed, multi-tenant solution for universities and other research institutions to manage, store, preserve and share their published research data. Based on existing open standards, the service’s open and extensive data model incorporates best practice from across the sector, including DataCite, CrossRef, CERIF, Dublin Core and PREMIS. While the Hub was built to address the needs of research data curation, its adoption of open, best practice standards means it has the potential to allow the service to handle a much wider range of digital research objects, including Open Access articles, theses and software. The data model, rich messaging layer and an open API facilitate interoperability with other institutional and scholarly communications systems. This provides the potential for the Hub to underpin infrastructure capable of meeting the requirements of an ever-evolving open research agenda. This talk will introduce some of the key initiatives seeking to shape open research infrastructure and discuss how the Hub’s current and future development is directed towards facilitating open research best practice. Consideration will be given to how the Hub either meets or can meet recent recommendations such as FAIR, Plan S, ORDTF and the COAR’s Next Generation Repositories.

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