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Presented by Dr Joanne Evans, Centre for Organisational and Social informatics Faculty of IT, Monash University. Designing for interoperability Experiences arising from the Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project. Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project. ARC Linkage Project mid 2003-2006

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Presented byDr Joanne Evans, Centre for Organisational and Social informatics Faculty of IT, Monash University

Designing for interoperability

Experiences arising from the Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project

clever recordkeeping metadata project
Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project

ARC Linkage Project mid 2003-2006

  • Chief Investigator Professor Sue McKemmish, Monash University
  • Partner Investigators Professor Anne Gilliland-Swetland, UCLA, and Mr Adrian Cunningham, National Archives of Australia

Industry Partners and Collaborators

Project Links

  • InterPARES - the MADRAS Metadata Registry
  • ISO23081 and IT21/7 – Recordkeeping Metadata Standards
  • NAA Redevelopment of Commonwealth Recordkeeping Metadata Standard

http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/research/groups/rcrg/crkm

traditional recordkeeping architecture

Web Management System

Archival Gateways

Email

Archival Management Application

Subject Portals

Desktop Applications

Community Archives

Business Systems

Traditional recordkeeping architecture

Records Management Application

recordkeeping metadata brokering
Recordkeeping metadata brokering

Records Management Application

Web Management Systems

Archival Gateways

Email and Desktop Applications

Metadata Broker

Subject Portals

Community Archives

Archival Management Application

Business Information Systems

web services and service oriented architectures
Web services and service oriented architectures
  • Constructing IT systems from re-usable components (‘services’) for greater flexibility, adaptability and interoperability
  • Build enterprise systems from process rather than application-centric perspective
  • Extend beyond the boundaries of the enterprise as necessary – shared services
  • Becoming a practical reality through web services – lightweight communication and exchange protocols based around internet protocols
  • Open systems, open standards, open communication protocols
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CRKM Metadata Broker

Validation service

Target metadata

Source metadata

Translation service

Crosswalk compilation service

Registration

Registry services

Schema information

Repository

Machine processable representations of metadata schemas and crosswalks

Registry

Authoritative information on metadata schemas, metadata elements and crosswalks in human readable and machine processable forms

Request for Schema

designing for interoperability
Designing for interoperability
  • Interoperability to permeate design and development processes
  • Overcome siloed attitudes that optimise parts at the expense of the whole
    • Exemplified in challenges 1 and 2 with multiple client data collection systems and multiple quality assurance frameworks
  • Address through challenge 4 and the development of a shared vision for interoperability

‘… the rationale for interoperability is to permit greater service system integration and reduce the compliance burden in order to facilitate higher quality delivery of community services that are more responsive to existing and emerging community needs.’ (p. 6)

designing for interoperability1
Designing for interoperability
  • Understanding distinctions between:-
    • Standards for compliance and standards for interoperability
    • Paper standards and digital standards
    • Current best practice standards versus standards for next generation models
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Conceptual Model

Recordkeeping Metadata Standards

Metadata/Data

Standard

Metadata/Data

Standard

Metadata/Data

Standard

Abstract

Version 1

Version 2

Version n

Representation

(e.g. XML Schema, RDFSchema, etc.)

Encoding 1

Encoding 2

Encoding n

Registry Objects

Version 1

Version 2

Version n

Transport and Exchange

(e.g. HTTP Get, OAI-PMH, SOAP, etc. )

sharing infrastructure
Sharing infrastructure

CRKM Registry

ebXML Registry

Metadata Broker

Schemas

Crosswalks

sharing infrastructure cont
Sharing infrastructure (cont.)

UDDI Registry

UDDI Registry

UDDI Registry

WSDL service descriptions

CRKM Registry

ebXML Registry

External links to entries for versions of standards

Querying for schema and crosswalk objects

MADRAS Registry

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Conceptual Model

MADRAS Objects

Metadata/Data

Standard

Metadata/Data

Standard

Metadata/Data

Standard

Abstract

Version 1

Version 2

Version n

Representation

(e.g. XML Schema, RDFSchema, etc.)

Encoding 1

Encoding 2

Encoding n

CRKM Registry Objects

Version 1

Version 2

Version n

Transport and Exchange

(e.g. HTTP Get, OAI-PMH, SOAP, etc. )

sharing infrastructure cont1
Sharing infrastructure (cont.)

UDDI Registry

UDDI Registry

UDDI Registry

WSDL service descriptions

CRKM Registry

ebXML Registry

External links to entries for versions of standards

Querying for schema and crosswalk objects

MADRAS Registry

pathways to interoperability
Pathways to interoperability
  • Iterative, agile, reflective research and development projects
  • Design processes in which appropriate opportunities for the voices of direct and in-direct stakeholders to be heard
  • Learn from failures as well as successes