Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 11/Jun/2019
8:00am
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9:00am
Morning coffee
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration
9:00am
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10:30am
Opening Plenary and keynote: Jeff Gothelf
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Jessica Lindholm, Chalmers University of Technology
Outcomes over output: a user-centric approach to building successful systems
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
11:00am
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12:30pm
P1A: UX in practice
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Rory McNicholl, CoSector, University of London
 

Jisc Open Research Repository: Delivering a compelling User Experience

Tom Davey, Dom Fripp, John Kaye

Jisc, United Kingdom



Uncomplicating the business of repositories

Emily G. Morton-Owens, Katherine Lynch

University of Pennsylvania Libraries, United States of America



Building Interfaces for All the Users

William Hicks, Mark E. Phillips, Pamela Andrews

University of North Texas Libraries, United States of America

P1B: It's Repository Rodeo time!
Location: Lecture Hall B
Chair: David Wilcox, DuraSpace
 

Revenge of the Repository Rodeo

David Wilcox1, Melissa Anez2, Pascal Becker3, Mark Bussey4, Will Fyson5, Lars Holm Nielsen6, Robin Ruggaber7

1: DuraSpace; 2: Islandora Foundation; 3: The Library Code; 4: Data Curation Experts; 5: University of Southampton; 6: CERN; 7: University of Virginia

P1C: 24x7s: Systems and Policy
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Leila Sterman, Montana State University
 

Revising an institutional open access policy to reserve the right to apply a Creative Commons License to dissertations and author accepted manuscript versions of peer-reviewed articles.

Paula Callan, Katya Henry

Queensland University of Technology, Australia



Make it easy - Integration of Data Description in the Research Process

Sibylle Hermann, Dorothea Iglezakis, Anett Seeland

Universität Stuttgart, Germany



Automating repository workflows with Orpheus, an Open Source database of journals and publishers

André Fernando Sartori

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Permissible Closed-Use General licences: filling the gap between Open and Restrictive Data Licences

Graham Alexander Parton, Sam Pepler

Centre for Environmental Data Analysis, Science and Technology Facilities Council, United Kingdom



Building node-iiif: A perfomant, standards-compliant IIIF service in < 500 lines of code

David E Schober, Michael Klein

Northwestern University, United States of America



ARCLib – development of open source solution for long-term preservation

Martin Lhotak

Library of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic



Answering the call: researcher-driven training in data management

Anne Stevenson, Carmi Cronje

CSIRO, Australia



OA Theses: Demonstrating value and addressing concerns of students and their supervisors

Jenny McKnight

University of Melbourne, Australia



Discovery with Linked Open Data: Leveraging Wikidata for Context and Exploration

Devin Higgins, Lucas Mak

Michigan State University, United States of America

P1D: Convergence of repository and CRIS functions
Location: Lecture Hall J
Chair: Sara Gould, British Library
 

Practices and Patterns: the Convergence of Repository and CRIS Functions

Rebecca Bryant1, Pablo de Castro2, Annette Dortmund1, Michele Mennielli3

1: OCLC; 2: University of Strathclyde; 3: Duraspace



Building an All-in-one Service: Extending an existing Open Access Repository to a complete Research Information System

Oliver Goldschmidt, Beate Rajski, Gunnar Weidt

TU Hamburg, Germany



RCAAP Repositories Network - Promoting Interoperability

José Carvalho1, Paulo Lopes2, João Moreira2

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: FCT/FCCN

P1E: Measuring use and reuse
Location: Lecture Hall M
Chair: Holly Mercer, University of Tennessee
 

Reuse and use: new definitions for digital library assessment

Ayla Stein Kenfield1, Santi Thompson2, Elizabeth Kelly3, Genya O'Gara4, Caroline Muglia5, Liz Woolcott6

1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America; 2: University of Houston Libraries; 3: Loyola University New Orleans; 4: Virtual Library of Virginia; 5: University of Southern California; 6: Utah State University



The BitViews project: a new method for aggregating online usage data, a new route to universal Open Access.

Manfredi La Manna1, Camillo Lamanna2

1: University of St Andrews, United Kingdom; 2: University of New South Wales and University of Sydney, Australia



Analyzing Aggregate IR Use Data from RAMP

Kenning Arlitsch1, Dale Askey2, Jonathan Wheeler3

1: Montana State University, United States of America; 2: University of Alberta, Canada; 3: University of New Mexico, United States of America

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Provided
1:30pm
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3:30pm
P2A: Audible and visual - non-textual objects in repositories
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Neil Stephen Jefferies, University of Oxford
 

All the viewer needs: How user-centered design helps to develop and operate an open repository for audiovisual media

Margret Plank, Bastian Drees, Abiodun Ogunyemi

Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, Germany



What do users expect from image repositories? – Focus group impressions

Lucia Sohmen, Ina Blümel, Lambert Heller

Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology, Germany



Developing technical infrastructure and services for diverse usage scenarios based on multimedial linguistic data

Hanna Hedeland1, Daniel Jettka2

1: Hamburger Zentrum für Sprachkorpora, Universität Hamburg, Germany; 2: Institut für Finno-Ugristik/Uralistik, Universität Hamburg, Germany



Searching for Sustainability – Avalon in the Samvera Community

David E Schober1, Jon Dunn2, Ryan Stean1

1: Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: Indiana Univerisity, United States of America

P2B: Designing interfaces with UX
Location: Lecture Hall B
Chair: Joseph McArthur, Open Access Button
 

A new user-centric open repository design: A case study of INED’s institutional repository with Polaris OS

Yann Mahé1, Karin Sohler2, Manuel Guzman1, Sarah Amrani1

1: MyScienceWork, France; 2: French Institute for Demographic Studies (Ined), France



Experts and Novices: redesigning user interfaces for the White Rose Repositories

Beccy Shipman1, Kate O'Neill2, Kate Petherbridge3

1: University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 2: University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 3: White Rose Libraries, United Kingdom



R-Shiny as an interface for Data Visualization and Data Analysis on the Brazilian Digital Library of Thesis and Dissertations (BDTD)

Lucca F. Ramalho, Leonard R. Campelo, Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo

Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil



How to build a repository relevant for your institution, allowing the researchers to do research rather than administration

Jessica Lindholm

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

P2C: Collections and connections for research data
Location: Lecture Hall C
Chair: Frances Madden, The British Library
 

In a third space: Building a horizontally connected digital collections ecosystem

Kevin Clair, Jack Maness, Kim Pham, Fernando Reyes, Jeff Rynhart

University of Denver, United States of America



The Protean IR: Developing a versatile and decentralized repository through an API

Brian Luna Lucero, Kathryn Pope

Columbia University Libraries, United States of America



Two worlds meet: customising a general purpose repository for the specific needs of Life Sciences to achieve FAIRness for research data

Asztrik Bakos1, Daniela Digles1, Gerhard F. Ecker1, Raman Ganguly1, Isabelle Herbauts1, Tomasz Miksa2, Andreas Rauber2, Michael Viereck1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: TU Wien



The Fast and the FRDR

Alex Garnett1, Lee Wilson2, Clara Turp3, Julienne Pascoe4

1: Simon Fraser University; 2: Portage, ACENET; 3: McGill University; 4: Library and Archives, Canada

P2D: Repositories all around the world
Location: Lecture Hall J
Chair: Kazutsuna Yamaji, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
 

Efforts for Promoting Open Access Repositories in Palestine

Rawia Fawzi Awadallah, Iyad Mohammed Alagha

The Islamic University of Gaza, Palestinian Territories



Enhancing and connecting repositories in Africa: NREN-repository collaboration

Omo Oaiya1, Iryna Kuchma2, Kathleen Shearer3

1: WACREN, Nigeria; 2: EIFL, International; 3: COAR, International



The implementation of national research data repository in South Africa

Mbuyiselo Mqondisi Ndlovu

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa



Building NED: National edeposit for Australia

Barbara Lemon

National and State Libraries Australia, Australia

P2E: Developer track
Location: Lecture Hall M
Chair: Michael Giarlo, Stanford University
 

Automating OAIS compliant digital preservation using Archivematica and DSpace

Hrafn Malmquist

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Using DSpace as backend service - Workflow-centric repository development in practice

Ari Häyrinen

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



Longleaf: a repository-independent utility for applying digital preservation processes to files

Benjamin Pennell, Jason Casden

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Libraries, United States of America



A Multi-Tenancy Cloud-Native Digital Library Platform

Yinlin Chen, Jim Tuttle, William A. Ingram

Virginia Tech, United States of America



DSpace-Clustering via Puppet, HAProxy and CephFS

Bernd Nicklas, Paul Münch

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee break
4:00pm
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4:30pm
Welcome by Katharina Fegebank (Second Mayor and Senator for Science, Research, and Equalities)
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Stefan Thiemann, Head of Center for Sustainable Research Data Management, Universität Hamburg.
4:30pm
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5:30pm
Minute Madness
Location: Lecture Hall A
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, ORCID
Chair: Iryna Kuchma, Stichting eIFL.net
5:30pm
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7:30pm
Poster reception
 

Archiving and collecting Arctic datasets: Open Arctic Research Index

Tamer Abu-Alam, Karl Magnus Nilsen, Obiajulu Odu, Stein Høydalsvik

The UiT - The Arctic University of Norway



An Agricultural Research e-Seeker to find, explore and visualize open repository resources

Peter Ballantyne1, Moayad Al-Najdawi3, Enrico Bonaiuti2, Valerio Graziano2, Alan Orth1, Jane Poole1, Mohammed Salem3, Abenet Yabowork4

1: International Livestock Research Institute, Kenya; 2: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Egypt; 3: CodeObia, Jordan; 4: International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia



Finding Citations on Lume Institutional Repository

André Rolim Behr, Manuela Klanovicz Ferreira, Zaida Horowitz, Janise Silva Borges da Costa, Carla Metzler Saatkamp, Cleusa Pavan, Caterina Groposo Pavão

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil



PHAIDRA: An open approach for the repository infrastructure from the University of Vienna

Susanne Blumesberger, Raman Ganguly

University of Vienna, Austria



DeepGreen – Open Access Transformation in Practice

Julia Boltze1, Eike Wannick2

1: Zuse Institute Berlin, Germany; 2: Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office at the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany



Bridging the gap between Repositories and Homepages - Providing data from DSpace-CRIS with OData

Jonathan Boß, Cornelius Matějka

University of Bamberg, Germany



Preserving Social Media posts: a case study with “In Her Shoes”

Kathryn Cassidy, Aileen O'Carroll, Kevin Long

Digital Repository of Ireland



DOISerbia Repository – how transition country raised visibility of scientific journals

Boris Đenadić, Tatjana Timotijević, Katarina Perić, Aleksandra Kužet

National Library of Serbia, Serbia



Building a single repository to meet all use cases: a collaboration between institution, researchers and supplier

Jenny Evans1, Tom Renner2, Nina Watts1

1: University of Westminster, United Kingdom; 2: Haplo, United Kingdom



OASIS: A sustainable digital repository service owned by academics

Yankui Feng, Sebastian Pałucha

University of York, United Kingdom



ROSI – Open Metrics for Open Repositories

Grischa Fraumann, Svantje Lilienthal, Christian Hauschke, Lucia Sohmen

German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Germany



Making Local Knowledge Visible: An IR in Kosovo

Michele Gibney

University of the Pacific, United States of America



Virtual Reality Record Metadata

Michele Gibney

University of the Pacific, United States of America



An assessment of the status of Open Access Policies and Repositories Development in Kenya

Milcah Wawira Gikunju, Felix Rop

University of Nairobi, Kenya



A native iPad app for the DSpace 7 REST API

Keith Gilbertson

Virginia Tech, United States of America



Hamburg Open Science at TUHH: An All-in-one repository service based on DSpace CRIS

Oliver Goldschmidt, Andreas Pohnke, Beate Rajski, Gunnar Weidt

TU Hamburg, Germany



Usage Statistics Do Count

Chiara Bigarella, Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez, Alexandros Ioannidis, Lars Nielsen

CERN, Switzerland



DOI Minter: A Service for Flexible Generation of DataCite DOIs in Connection with a DSpace Repository

Mohyden Habbal, Daryl Grenz

KAUST, Saudi Arabia



Introducing the Fedora User Guide

Juliet L. Hardesty1, Anna Goslen2, Jennifer B. Young3, Ruth Kitchin Tillman4, Andrew Woods5

1: Indiana University, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States of America; 3: Northwestern University, United States of America; 4: Penn State University, United States of America; 5: Duraspace, United States of America



Long-term preservation: Integrating DSpace and Rosetta at ETH Zurich

Barbara Hirschmann, Andreas la Roi, Greg Scowen

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



User stories and Front Ends for a Research and Cultural Heritage Data Repository

Bolette Ammitzbøll Jurik

Royal Danish Library, Denmark



Jisc Open Research Hub – Supporting Open Scholarship

John Kaye, Dom Fripp, Tom Davey

Jisc, United Kingdom



Highly Automated Import of Metadata into an Institutional Repository: A PHP Tool

Laura Amalia Konstantaki, Federico Cantini, Lothar Nunnenmacher

Lib4RI - Library for the Research Institutes within the ETH Domain: Eawag, Empa, PSI & WSL, Dübendorf, Switzerland



Adapting repositories to OpenAire 4 Guidelines: Huelva repository, a case study

Jose Carlos Morillo Moreno1, Emilio Lorenzo Gil2, Eva Braña Ferreiro2

1: Universidad de Huelva; 2: Arvo Consultores y Tecnología



Developing an Open Repository into Full Service platform for Open Publishing - The Case of 25 Universities of Applied Sciences in Finland

Minna Marjamaa, Tiina Tolonen

AMKIT Consortium, Finland



Research Data Support at the Royal Veterinary College: A Case Study

Michael Murphy

Royal Veterinary College, United Kingdom



Automatic data enrichment: merging metadata from several sources

Frank Lützenkirchen1, Kathleen Neumann2

1: Universitätsbibliothek Duisburg-Essen; 2: Verbundzentrale des GBV (VZG)



Search Engine Optimization as a motivational factor for researchers to submit their material on the institutional open repository case study of Uganda Christian University.

Fredrick Odongo

Uganda Christian University, Uganda



MyCoRe - the repository software framework

Wiebke Oeltjen

Universität Hamburg, Germany



Hamburg Open Science, linking Repositories across universities and fostering digital cultural in science

Konstantin Olschofsky

University of Hamburg/ Hamburg Open Science, Germany



Building Campus Support and Adoption of a New Repository

Jennifer Lea Pate

University of North Alabama, United States of America



Repositories at Work: General Research Data Repository at Universität Hamburg

Hagen Peukert, Juliane Jacob, Iris Vogel, Kai Wörner

University of Hamburg, Germany



OpenAIRE Content Acquisition Policy: expanding the scope

Pedro Príncipe

University of Minho, Portugal



How to publish software artefacts in institutional repositories: Git integration for DSpace repositories with SARA

Franziska Rapp1, Daniel Scharon2

1: Ulm University, Germany; 2: University of Konstanz, Germany



One Repo fits all – The Specialist Repository for Life Sciences as a Data Store for every type of publication

Dr. Ursula Arning, Robin Rothe

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany



Leveraging a University Institutional Repository to Host a New Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Student Biomedical Science Journal at the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

Benjamin Saracco, Amanda Adams

Cooper Medical of Rowan University, United States of America



Introducing Orpheus, an Open Source database of journals and publishers

André Fernando Sartori

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Donut and Glaze: A Hyrax Dam and Decoupled Frontend in AWS

David E Schober

Northwestern University, United States of America



Keeping the user in the workflow: IR licensing for mediated deposits

Gail Steinhart

Cornell University, United States of America



Flexible metadata: the key to a single repository for all types of output

Ben Summers

Haplo, United Kingdom



The Bridge of Data project: Gdansk University of Technology approach to building up the infrastructure for data sharing.

Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska, Michał Nowacki, Anna Wałek, Paweł Pszczoliński

Gdansk University of Technology, Poland



Designing a vocabulary service for a ‘data-driven’ materials data repository

Kosuke Tanabe, Asahiko Matsuda, Mikiko Tanifuji

National Institute for Materials Science, Japan



CDS Videos: The new platform for CERN videos

Flavio Costa, Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez, Ludmila Marian, Karolina Przerwa, Nicola Tarocco, Zacharias Zacharodimos

CERN, Switzerland



A short history of ORCID (DE) in Germany

Paul Vierkant1, Heinz Pampel1, Britta Dreyer2, Stephanie Glagla-Dietz3, Sarah Hartmann3, Christian Pietsch4, Jochen Schirrwagen4, Friedrich Summann4

1: Helmholtz Association, Germany; 2: German National Library of Science and Technology; 3: German National Library; 4: Bielefeld University



re3data - Open infrastructure for Open Science

Paul Vierkant1, Heinz Pampel1, Robert Ulrich2, Frank Scholze2, Maxi Kindling3, Michael Witt4, Kirsten Elger5

1: Helmholtz Association, Germany; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 3: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin; 4: Purdue University; 5: GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences



A model for a sustainable repository network in Serbia

Obrad Vučkovac

Institute of nuclear sciences "Vinca", University of Belgrade, Serbia



Archiving large or restricted datasets with Edinburgh DataVault

Pauline Ward

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



EUDAT-B2FIND : A FAIR friendly and interdisciplinary discovery service for open research data

Heinrich Widmann, Claudia Martens, Hannes Thiemann

Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum GmbH, Germany



Using DSpace@Fraunhofer – Building up the Fraunhofer Open Science Cloud

Andrea Wuchner, Dirk Eisengräber-Pabst, Michael Erndt

Fraunhofer-Informationszentrum Raum und Bau IRB, Germany



JOIN² Software Platform for the JINR Open Access Institutional Repository

Irina Filozova, Roman Semenov, Galina Shestakova, Tatiana Zaikina

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Federation



Context-adaptive research data repository publishing in Chinese Academy of Sciences

Lili Zhang, Chengzan Li, Lulu Jiang, Yuanchun Zhou

Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Scinece, China, People's Republic of