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HUBzero at Indiana University: the indiana CTSI Hub Bill Barnett EDUCAUSE October 14, 2010. The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI). One of 55 institutes nationally with the goal of advancing health outcomes by improving:

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    1. HUBzero at Indiana University: the indiana CTSI Hub Bill Barnett EDUCAUSE October 14, 2010

    2. The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) One of 55 institutes nationally with the goal of advancing health outcomes by improving: • ‘bench to bedside’ (first time in humans testing), • medical education, • community outreach, • administrative processes, and • tech transfer.

    3. The Indiana CTSI as a Virtual Organization A statewide partnership of IU School of Medicine, IU Bloomington, Purdue, and Notre Dame • Challenge to shift research for its own sake to research with a health outcome trajectory • Challenge of broad geography and multiple institutional cultures • Challenge of innovating administrative processes

    4. The Indiana CTSI HUB Challenges A more institutional and process focused VO • Deal with inertia of existing processes • Deal with established, or changing, organizations • Deal with a wide variety of stakeholders • Solutions need to be simple, with low barrier of entry Educause, October 14, 2010

    5. Key Features of HUB frameworks for IU • Extensible – anyone can create and contribute new applications and access distributed resources (such as computational grids) • Open - Fully compliant with Web 2.0 standards provides flexibility • Trustworthy – IP management and citation system structures contributions • Collaborative – Social networking and group-based sharing features • Interactive – tools for online tutorials, podcasts, simulations, and analysis • Evaluative - user ranking and feedback, and trouble ticketing • Descriptive - Semantic tagging infrastructure for resource description

    6. The Indiana CTSI approach to HUBs An institutional and process focused VO • Need both Core HUBzero features, plus independent applications • Need Multi-institutional Identity Management • Need Central repository of relevant data Educause, October 14, 2010

    7. The Indiana CTSI HUB Login Search Stakeholders Tools Events and Information

    8. Indiana CTSI HUB Software Developments - 1 • Modified Open Journal System (PKP) to manage administration of CTSI grant programs. • Provided authoritative list of Clinical Trials for the State of Indiana • Created an online resource for using Cores at Indiana CTSI institutions Educause, October 14, 2010

    9. Indiana CTSI HUB Software Developments - 2 • Pioneered HUBzero/InCommon Federated Identity Management Infrastructure – first among NIH clinical and translational science awards (Thanks Alan Walsh!). • Alfresco Share multi-institutional file sharing system for collaborative research (Open Source) • REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) software for research data collection and management (Vanderbilt) • Supported by NIH/NCRR ARRA Supplement to the Indiana CTSI, # 3UL1RR025761-02S3

    10. Indiana CTSI HUB: Next Steps • Home page and site architecture rebranding and redesign • Ontologically based tagging of HUB content to make discovery easier • Partner with VIVO initiative to provide Semantic Web based personal profile management in institutional repositories as resource for a number of applications like CV generation.

    11. Thanks! Questions? Bill Barnett (barnettw@iu.edu) Director, Information Infrastructures, Indiana CTSI Pervasive Technologies Institute Indiana University