CRIS and repositories: NARCIS - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

adamdaniel
cris and repositories narcis n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
CRIS and repositories: NARCIS PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
CRIS and repositories: NARCIS

play fullscreen
1 / 25
Download Presentation
CRIS and repositories: NARCIS
448 Views
Download Presentation

CRIS and repositories: NARCIS

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. CRIS and repositories: NARCIS Elly Dijk KNAW Research Information EuroCRIS meeting, Moscow (Rusland), 9 October 2008

  2. Academy's mission: To ensure the quality of scientific research in the Netherlands to promote the open accessibility of scientific information Mission of my Department: national focal point of research information Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

  3. WWW.NARCIS.INFO National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System

  4. Outline • Academic Information Domain - AID • Situation in the Netherlands: CRIS, OAR and e-Data • Dutch scientific portal NARCIS • Digital Author Identifier – DAI • Joining CRIS, OAR and e-data: problems • The future • Conclusions

  5. Academic Information Domain:CRIS and repositories • CRIS: Research Descriptions, Researchers, Institutions • Repositories • Full-text publications • E-Research: datasets

  6. Personnel Information Domain Financial Information Domain H.R. Finan. CRIS-CERIF Academic Information Domain Repositories E-Research Schema of the Academic Information Domain Based on:

  7. CRIS Current Research Information System • Every university and the Academy has it’s own CRIS: Metis Content: • Researchers: expertise, research data and workplaces • Research Institutions: Profiles and Addresses • Research Programmes and Projects • Bibliographical information on research results, like articles

  8. Repositories Open Access Repositories • National DARE programme – Digital Academic Repositories • Better access to the results of publicly funded research in the Netherlands • By development of institutional repositories: universities, Academy, National Research Council, smaller research institutes • Coordinated by SURFFoundation

  9. E-research E-data • The universities don’t have e-research repositories • Researchers don’t take good care of their research data • Keep information in their computer • Don’t take care of long-term preservation • Don’t like to share their data • But we do have E-DATA Institute DANS -Data Archiving and Networked Services

  10. E-research DANS Data Archiving and Networked Services • EASY – Electronic Archiving System • Data themselves available under the conditions specified by the depositor • Humanities and Social Sciences

  11. Dutch Academic Information DomainIdeal situation

  12. NARCIS (Daffodil): Dutch Scientific Portal

  13. Components of NARCIS • Dutch Research Database – NOD: 14 academic CRISs and other research institutes • Central Access Point to 21 Open Access Repositories - OARs • Subsections: Cream of Science and Promise of Science • E-DATA: DANS developed OAI interface on EASY – Electronic Archiving System

  14. repositories E-data Research institutes NOD (KNAW) Research Council NWO NARCIS (KNAW) Metis (university) eDepot (KB) P-system (university) F-system (university) Based on: SURFFoundation

  15. Joining the three components

  16. Digital Author Identifier - DAI • Needed: link between Author and DAI • Enables integration of systems • Avoids name ambiguity and variants

  17. Implementation of DAI • Dublin Core not sufficient • Introduction of (stripped) MODS in DIDL • Co-operation of all Dutch universities, KNAW and NWO • National database hosted by OCLC • 40,000 unique author names with DAI’s

  18. DAI in action

  19. Content of NARCIS • OARs : Over 160,000 full-text publications (of which 20,000 doctoral e-theses) • DANS: More than 2,000 datasets • Dutch Research Database: • Expert database: 10,000 researchers • Portal of Professors and associate professors: 7,500 names • About 36,000 names of researchers • Project descriptions of current (20,000 records) and completed research projects (22,000 records) • About 3,200 records of university or non-university research institutes

  20. Joining CRIS, OAR and e-data: problems Technical barriers are not the main point Organizational issues Willingness • To assign DAI’s • To fill the CRISs, OARs en E-research repositories • To introduce new exchange formats like (stripped) MODS

  21. The Future • Publication lists: harvesting of the “bibliographic only records” • DAI makes it possible to develop tag clouds • Enhanced publications for the international DRIVER project -Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research • Metadata store (NARCIS becomes a National Repository)

  22. Conclusions • It is possible to create a Dutch Academic Information Domain even when the systems are not connected • To create a Dutch AID the greatest challenges are organizational • Need for integration on some level: Digital Author Identifier • But live would be much easier with well connected and filled systems, based on CERIF!

  23. Thank you for listening www.narcis.info elly.dijk@bureau.knaw.nl