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VALA2010 Session 6 Groenewegen

 

VALA20120ANDS responses to the data management challenges in the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research

VALA 2010 CONCURRENT SESSION 6 - Repositories
Tuesday 9 February 2010, 15:15 - 15:45
Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2010-proceedings/vala2010-session-6-groenewegen

VALA Peer Reviewed PaperDavid Groenewegen

Deputy Director, Australian National Data Service
http://ands.org.au

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Abstract

In early 2009, selected senior staff at a number of research institutions were invited by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) to attend Forums to discuss the issues surrounding the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and to share their strategies around compliance. These issues included the governance arrangements, the technological and policy requirements, and the best way to reach research staff. This paper discusses the Code and its relevance to data management, the issues identified by ANDS and the strategies recommended.

VALA2010 Session 3 Burton

 

VALA20120"Publish My Data": the design and implementation of a loosely-coupled data 'publishing' service

VALA 2010 CONCURRENT SESSION 3 - Repositories
Tuesday 9 February 2010, 12:00 - 12:30
Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2010-proceedings/vala2010-session-3-burton

VALA Peer Reviewed PaperAdrian Burton

Deputy Director, Australian National Data Service
http://www.ands.org.au

Andrew Treloar

Deputy Director, Australian National Data Service
http://www.ands.org.au

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Abstract

With an increasing societal move towards making research data public, the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) is releasing a number of services to assist with this. The subject of this paper is the service called "Publish My Data". It is not a centralised monolithic system, but rather a set of flexible services providing some key functions that enable organisations and individuals to more formally publish their data using as much of their own infrastructure as appropriate.

VALA2008 Session 6 Treloar

 

VALA2008Data management and the curation continuum: how the Monash experience is informing repository relationships

VALA 2008 CONCURRENT SESSION 6: Publishing
Tuesday 5 February 2008, 15:10 - 15:40
Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2008-proceedings/vala2008-session-6-treloar

VALA Peer Reviewed PaperAndrew Treloar

Director, Australian National Data Service Establishment Project, Monash University
http://its.monash.edu.au

Cathrine Harboe-Ree

University Librarian, Monash University
http://lib.monash.edu.au

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Abstract

Repositories are evolving in response to a growing understanding of institutional and research community data and object management needs. This paper (building on work already published in DLib, September, 2007) explores how one institution has responded to the need to provide management solutions that accommodate different object types, uses and users. It introduces three key concepts. The first is the curation continuum, which identifies a number of characteristics of data objects and the repositories that contain them. The second divides the overall repository environment based on these characteristics into three domains (research, collaboration and public), each with associated repository/data store environments. The third is the curation boundary, which separates each of the three domain types.

VALA2008 Session 3 Groenewegen

 

VALA2008Building the ARROW community

VALA 2008 CONCURRENT SESSION 3: Repositories
Tuesday 5 February 2008, 11:20 - 11:50
Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2008-proceedings/vala2008-session-3-groenewegen

VALA Peer Reviewed PaperDavid Groenewegen

ARROW Project Manager and ARCHER Project Director
http://lib.monash.edu.au

Andrew Treloar

Director, Australian National Data Service Establishment Project
http://its.monash.edu.au

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Abstract

The ARROW Project is a DEST-funded consortial effort to develop and implement intuitional repository software, and has co-developed the VITAL software with VTLS Inc. The project team has been building a community of users of this software, through the use of existing free or open source products. This paper will discuss the specific objectives of building this community, the history of our use of the various available tools, an assessment of their effectiveness and their limitations, and how we plan to move forward.

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