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Solution publication management cooperation with early adopters

Solution “Publication Management”Cooperation with Early Adopters

Meeting MPI for Psycholinguistics

Nijmegen, 06 april 2007


What we would like to talk about
What we would like to talk about

  • Why PubMan (Publication Management Service)

    • Benefits for scientists

    • Benefits for institute

    • Main usage scenarios

  • MPDL/eSciDoc = participation of institutes

    • Needs analysis

    • Participation concept

    • Pilots, partners, early adopters

  • Status of eSciDoc/PubMan

  • Why Early adopters?

    • Expectations from institute, from MPDL

    • Tasks and benefits

    • Organisation of EA (Institute-MPDL-other pilots)

  • Questions/Discussion

  • If interest: individual talks with scientists

    • current institute/individual workflow at MPI-PL for handling publication data (workflow, people involved, basic needs)


Why pubman what is it
Why PubMan - What is it?

  • A software solution designed to address

    • Management, dissemination, long-term archiving of publication data of a research organisation

      • Publication data: formal/informal publications, grey literature, supplementary material

    • Local/Individual configurations in presentation, management and re-purposing of publication data

  • A service offered to interested institutes in the MPG

  • A re-usable open source software

  • Based on the infrastructure developed within the eSciDoc project

  • One pillar of the MPG OA Agenda

  • A possibility to put into practice a „deposit mandate“


Why pubman historics
Why PubMan - Historics

  • Open Access

    • Berlin declaration 2003

    • eDoc (since 2001 central development)

      • used for MPS yearbook since 2003

      • Shortcomings in local configurations for data re-usage and workflows

      • Shortcomings in design/coding/re-use of software

  • eSciDoc project

    • eScience

    • Platform for communication, dissemination, long-term archiving, support eScience scenarios

    • Similar functionalities eDoc but based on eSciDoc infrastructure

    • Close cooperation with institutes since first activities (participation concept)

    • Main focus on target group scientist


Why pubman benefits scientists
Why PubMan - Benefits scientists

  • One source of my publication data – multiple re-use:

    • Individual researcher pages

    • Dept/institutes websites

    • Yearbook

    • Report for the scientific advisory board (Fachbeiratsbericht)

    • Integration with (external) systems/portals

    • Integration in global and/or disciplin-specific search engines

    • Interfaces with local systems (primary data archive, local publication databases)

  • Persistent identification of publication items

    • Versions

    • Related items/objects

  • Align individual publication workflow with institutes workflow


Why pubman benefits institute
Why PubMan – Benefits Institute

  • One source of publication data – multiple re-use

    • Yearbook

    • Reports for scientific advisory board

    • Institute websites

  • Configuration of views/entry points per organisational unit (=Institute, departement, research group)

  • Configuration of functionalities

  • Workflows for Quality assurance

  • Workflows for IPR checks on released „fulltexts“

  • Default settings (collections, type of publication, organisational unit, …)


Why pubman some usage scenarios
Why PubMan - some usage scenarios

  • See grafic on next slide


Solution publication management cooperation with early adopters

Data entry

  • By Ingestion

  • Synchronisation local databases

  • By (web) form

  • Manual entry

  • Login or IP-based

  • By Batch upload

  • Multiple items at once

Data management

  • Quality assurance processes (enrichment)

  • Rights checking processes

  • Adding relations/versions

eSciDoc PubMan

  • Workflow-based institute/individual compilations (yearbook, website etc.)

  • Batch operations (administration)

Data output/presentation

  • Web

  • MPG view

  • Institute/dept view

  • Catalogs (Yearbook)

  • Researcher page

  • PID

  • Individual export

  • MD for bibliographic management systems

  • Export xml

  • Citation styles

  • Harvest

  • Search engines

  • Portals, servers

Long-term archiving


Mdpl escidoc participation of institutes
MDPL/eSciDoc = participation of institutes

  • Needs analysis (August 2004 – jan 2005)

    • information audit, 18 institutes of MPS, to identify and prioritize needs in local „scholarly communication services“

    • Integral part of eSciDoc project application phase

      • Needs in scope of eSciDoc project

      • Needs related to further MPS/MPDL activities

  • Participation concept (pilots, partners) since project start

    • Activities on different levels, with different target groups

    • Activities continuosly aligned with progress of the project


  • Results needs analysis domains of interest
    Results Needs analysis – domains of interest

    • Status quo (2005):

      • Heterogeneous research data, complex challenges in each domain

      • Locally/community- developed solutions in use

      • lack of sustainability, lack of standards, lack of policies

      • Integration of local data with other MPS systems and/or external systems depends on local IT resources

    • Local/community-specific IT areas of interest:

      • Flexible base infrastructure / storage layer

      • Flexible „collection“ model

      • Scalable metadata model for different content types

      • Single source of documentation of research output (research data, publication data)

      • Support of distributed search and retrieval in fulltextes, research data, references

    • Organisational areas of interest:

      • Improved communication between institutes and sInfo activities

      • Improve synergie between local and central competencies

      • Support of institutes in long-term archiving of their data


    Outcome needs analysis focus escidoc project
    Outcome needs analysis => focus eSciDoc project

    • Design modular and scalable architecture

      • Flexible scalable architecture with persistent storage of research data

      • Re-usable by local/community-specific solutions and services

      • Open standards, open interfaces

    • Develop end-user solutions for MPS

      • Single source of documentation of publication data

      • Persistent, long-term archiving

    • Run pilot projects to improve knowledge on community-specific primary research data

      • formats/structure/metadata of research data

      • Workflows

      • Persistent citation

      • Visualisation/presentation

    • Involve institutes at time

      • Participation concept (Pilots, partners, early adopters)


    Participation possibilities of engagement
    Participation – possibilities of engagement

    • Partner:

      • develop well defined work packages

      • Close cooperation and alignment with eSciDoc development

      • e.g. MPI psycholinguistics, MPI Human development, MPI european legal history, MPI evolutionary anthropology

    • Pilot group:

      • functional advisory board

      • User community feedback (Lib, IT, scientist)

      • Close cooperation with eSciDoc service management

    • Early Adopter:

      • vital interest in using solution for local needs

      • Integrated in migration and roll-out concepts

      • Close cooperation and alignment with eSciDoc service management


    Participation activities during project life cycle focus pubman
    Participation activities during project life cycle (Focus PubMan)

    • Conception

      • Pilots User group

        • Reflect on first concepts and usage scenarios, first specifications

        • Raise general awareness on project and its aims (at institutes, directors, library community)

    • Development

      • Early Adopters

        • Testing of first implementations

        • Functional support (domain/disciplin-specific questions)

        • GUI prototyping testbed

    • Migration

      • Early Adopters

        • Evaluation of first migration concepts

          • technical

          • organisational

        • Active support in migrating data

        • Support in introduction of software to other institutes

        • Local measures (technical, organisational, cultural)

        • Reports to colleagues within MPS


    Status escidoc pubman
    Status eSciDoc /pubMan PubMan)

    • See next slide for overview on eSciDoc infrastructure


    Highlights first release r1
    Highlights first Release (R1) PubMan)

    • Prove of Concept

      • Framework – application logic

      • Grafical user interfaces lower priority

    • Default collection, affiliations, users, validation rules to show basic functionalities

      • Submission

      • Browse/display

      • search

    • Storage of any item type (publication, language, image)

    • Integration eSciDoc Metadaten-Profile

    • Storage of Organizational Units (OU)

    • Link between publication and OU

    • Network of organizational units

    • Search with Boolean Operators and wildcards

    • SRU/SRW Interfaces

    • REST- and SOAP-Interfaces

    • XML-exchange


    Components available via grafical user interface
    Components, available via grafical user interface PubMan)

    • https://escidoc3.escidoc.mpg.de/pubman/

    • test_dep_lib (pubman)

    • test_dep_scientist (escidoc)


    Highlights planned for r2
    Highlights planned for R2 PubMan)

    • Versioning

      • Modify item (incl. immediate release)

      • Create a new revision (incl. Immediate release)

    • Advanced Search

    • Export item

      • Endnote

      • Citation styles

      • eSciDoc item xml

    • Assignment and resolving of PIDs (Handle System)

    • Browse/Display

      • View item statistics (basics)

      • View item history

      • Change display type


    Early adopters characteristics pubman
    Early Adopters – characteristics (PubMan) PubMan)

    • Characteristics

      • vital interest in local publication data management, with the support of PubMan

        • By using PubMan

        • By integrating any other local database in use into eSciDoc infrastructure

      • Potentially ready for first migrations

      • Engagement and committment to PubMan (having in the mind the envisioned timeplans)

      • Consensus between directors, scientists and staff on participation

      • Represent multiple disciplines (research practice)

      • Represent multiple formats/content types (research output)


    Early adopters envisioned tasks pubman
    Early Adopters - envisioned tasks (PubMan) PubMan)

    • development phase

      • Continuous testing (test reports, start content)

      • Assist in functional improvements

      • Cooperate with usability expert for GUIs

    • Setting up organisational structures

      • Assist in identifying optimal alignment of local and central competencies when developing/introducing solutions

      • Actively shape and reflect on local/central measures needed for successfull roll-out of solution

        • Trainings

        • Communication plans

        • Ressources plans, staff profiles

        • Policies

      • Engage in user community

      • Committment for reports and awareness building within MPS

    • migration phase

      • Assist in development of effective migration processes

      • Support in step-by-step migration of data to PubMan


    Organisation early adopters
    Organisation Early Adopters PubMan)

    • Contact eSciDoc team: Nicole Kondic

    • Local contact: library

      • Organises local activities with scientists and/or local IT (testing, GUI, functional feedback)

      • Co-authoring in reporting activities to pilot group, MPS

    • Tools in use:

      • JIRA (Issue tracking management system)

      • MPDL „Knowledge Network“ (Wiki)

        • eScience topics (standards, technologies)

        • user community (GUI, end-user solutions)

        • Developer community

        • MPDL organisational development


    Back up
    Back up PubMan)



    R ckblick erste pilotphase 2006
    Rückblick erste Pilotphase 2006 PubMan)

    • Piloten hinterfragen Konzepte, Nutzungsszenarien, Use Cases 

      • Sammlung von Anforderungen

      • Sammlung von neuen Ideen, Anregungen

    • Einbindung eines Partners 

    • Informierte Gruppe, Zusammengehörigkeitsgefühl 

    • Keine ungetrübte, aber solide Partnerschaft mit Projektteam

    • Frühe Einbindung in Spezifikation nicht zufrieden stellend 

      • Abstrakte Dokumente

      • Kein Anschauungsmaterial

      • Kein „Gefühl“ für die Software

      • Hoher Zeitaufwand

    • langfristige Perspektive für Engagement?

      • Erkennbarer Mehrwert für das Institut

      • MPDL-Kontext


    Anforderungen mpdl kontext
    Anforderungen MPDL Kontext PubMan)

    „The MPDL provides services to help the researchers manage their scientific information workflow“

    • Voraussetzung:

      • Strukturierte Einbindung der lokalen Bibliotheken in die Aktivitäten der MPDL

        • Bibliotheken als Schnittstelle zwischen Wissenschaftler und wissenschaftlicher Information

        • Bibliotheken als Schnittstelle zwischen MPDL und Instituten

        • Bibliotheken als Kommunikationsort („Marktplatz“)

        • Bibliotheken als Pforte/“gateway“ zu den MPDL Diensten

        • … (siehe AG Berufsbild)

    • Ziel:

      • Identifikation der Auswirkungen der MPDL-Dienste auf Profil und Aufgabenbereich der lokalen Bibliotheken

      • Optimierung des Zusammenspiels von lokaler und zentraler Kompetenz

    • verstärkter Bedarf an frühzeitiger Einbindung in MPDL Aktivitäten


    Current status escidoc focus pubman
    Current status eSciDoc – Focus PubMan PubMan)

    • Modifications in procedures, architecture and design

      • Service-oriented architecture

      • No monolithic solutions => no isolated specification

    • Release plans depend on

      • Priorities of target groups

      • Sensible integration of multiple services to support a „business case“

      • Agreements with project partner

    • Preparation of migration eDoc – eSciDoc PubMan and „roll-out“

      • technical

      • organisational

    • „MPDL CoLab“

      • Increased focus on „nurturing“ eScience community

        • Standards, technologies, formats

        • End-user oriented solutions

      • Settle infrastructure for self-organising community of interest

        => changing, multiple possibilites for participation