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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 07/June/2021
Workshop: Lights and shadows in integrating and supporting ORCID in repository platforms

Alicia Fatima Gomez1, Magdalena Andrae1, Paloma Marin-Arraiza2

1: TU Wien, Austria; 2: ORCID, Spain

Workshop: Brokerage Event Towards a FAIR Compliant Commons in the ASREN Region

Yousef Torman1, Abdullahi Behi Hussein2, Ahmed Siyad2, Alwaleed K. Alkhaja3, Anwaar Al Kandari4, Behailu Korma5, Daryl M. Grenz6, Helena Cousijn7, Hicham Boutracheh8, Margareth Gfrerer5, Mohamed Ali Ahmed2, Raed Al-Zoubi1, Rawia F. Radi9, Roberto Barbera10, Saida Messaoudi11, Yassar Hanna Braik12

1: ASREN Arab States Research and Education, Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of; 2: Somali Research and Education Network - SomaliREN; 3: Qatar National Library - QNL; 4: Kuwait Technical College - KTC; 5: Higher Education Strategy Center; 6: King Abdullah University for Science and Technology - KAUST; 7: Datacite; 8: Moroccan Institute of Scientific and Technical Information - IMIST; 9: Islamic University of Gaza (IUG); 10: University of Catania; 11: Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer - INSTM; 12: Syrian Virtual University - SVU

Workshop: How repositories can increase their FAIR share

Marjan Grootveld1, Ilona von Stein1, Linas Čepinskas1, Patricia Herterich2, Joy Davidson2

1: DANS - Data Archiving and Networked Services, The Netherlands; 2: Digital Curation Centre

Workshop: Introduction to Fedora 6.0

David Wilcox


Workshop: Making repositories part of your digital strategy: experience from the Samvera Community

Chris Awre1, Karen Cariani2, Nabeela Jaffer3, Alicia Morris4

1: University of Hull, United Kingdom; 2: GBH; 3: University of Michigan; 4: Tufts University

Workshop: Getting Started with DSpace 7.0: Basic Training

Tim Donohue1, Art Lowel2, Andrea Bollini3

1: LYRASIS, United States of America; 2: Atmire, Belgium; 3: 4Science, Italy

Workshop: Europeana Data Model (EDM) Workflows in Archipelago

Diego A Pino Navarro, Allison K Lund

Metropolitan New York Library Council, United States of America

Workshop: Machine-Actionable DMPs in the Repository: Motivation and Implementation

Taylor Mudd1, Richard Forrest2

1: Haplo, United Kingdom; 2: Cayuse

Date: Tuesday, 08/June/2021
Welcome & opening keynote: Sir Jeremy Farrar
Ideas challenge introduction
Panel: Speaking up and speaking out - who will shape the narrative for OA repositories?

Kathleen Shearer1, Eloy Rodrigues1,2, Johan Rooryck3,4, Dominique Bibini1

1: COAR, International; 2: University of Minho; 3: Leiden University; 4: cOAlition S

Presentations session 1

The Carolina Digital Repository During COVID-19: Responding to a Pandemic

Rebekah Kati

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

CTDA in Context

Greg Colati1, Michael Kemezis1, Kayla Hinkson-Grant2

1: University of Connecticut, United States of America; 2: Mt. Holyoke College

Connected in Science: How arXiv facilitates global interactions during the pandemic and beyond

Eleonora Presani

arXiv, United States of America

Presentations session 2

Fedora Software and Community Update: All Aboard for Fedora 6.0

David Wilcox, Arran Griffith


DSpace 7.0 : Coming to a DSpace near you

Tim Donohue

LYRASIS, United States of America

Islandora Community Update: Islandora at Home

Danny Lamb1, Mark Jordan2

1: Islandora Foundation, Canada; 2: Simon Fraser University

Networking session
Date: Wednesday, 09/June/2021
24x7 session 1

Context is as important as content — the Bridge of Knowledge platform as a comprehensive ecosystem of research information

Piotr Krajewski, Aleksander Mroziński

Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland

Helda Open Books - A repository-based service bringing sold-out monographs and textbooks back to life

Markku Roinila, Jussi Piipponen

Helsinki university library, Finland

8 Terabytes of Music to Explore with DSpace-GLAM and IIIF: the Digital Library of the Milan Conservatory

Marta Crippa2, Claudio Cortese1, Emilia Groppo1, Andrea Bollini1, Riccardo Fazio1, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio1

1: 4Science, Italy; 2: Conservatorio "G. Verdi" di Milano, Italy

OpenDOAR’s repository assessment service (RAS)

Jennifer Sanchez-Davies


Sherpa Services – global collaboration for an enhanced and improved service

Karen Jackson

Jisc, United Kingdom

Publications Router: populating repositories automatically

Steve Byford1, Adam Rehin1, Andrea Bollini2, L. Andrea Pascarelli2, Susanna Mornati2

1: Jisc, UK; 2: 4Science, Italy

Compliance without complaints

Taylor Mudd

Haplo, United Kingdom

Presentations session 3

Development of National-level Institutional Repository Cloud Service for Open Science

Masaharu Hayashi, Yutaka Hayashi, Makoto Asaoka, Masashi Kawai, Yasuyuki Minamiyama, Kazutsuna Yamaji

National Institute of Informatics, Japan

A shared governance and a sustainable funding model for HAL, the French National Open Archive

Bénédicte Kuntziger-Planche, Agnès Magron, Nathalie Fargier

Centre pour la Communication Scientifique Directe (CCSD) - CNRS, France

Leveraging Open Services to Enhance Institutional Research Tracking Workflows

Yasmeen Alsaedi, Daryl Grenz, Mohamed Baessa

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia

Presentations session 4

Open for All? Addressing the Need for Regulating Access in the Disciplinary Repository PsychArchives

Lea Gerhards, Peter Weiland, Roland Ramthun, Christiane Baier

Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID), Germany

4TU.ResearchData: Building the community

Connie Clare

4TU.ResearchData, Netherlands

Shared repositories: building (multi-tenancy) repository services at the British Library

Sara Gould, Jenny Basford, Torsten Reimer

The British Library, United Kingdom

Developer track session 1

CAPE: A javascript clientside repository

Christopher James Gutteridge

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

The IOI App: How and why to establish an institutional ORCID integration outside of your repository platform

Yasmeen Alsaedi, Daryl Grenz, Mohamed Baessa

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia

Developing COrDa: The COmmunity Orcid Dashboard

Adam Vials Moore1, Monica Duke1, Kirsty Wallis2, Owen Stephens3

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: University College London; 3: Owen Stephens Consulting Ltd

Two features, 10 lines of code

Taylor Mudd

Haplo, United Kingdom

Logical Item Filtering in DSpace

Kim Michael Shepherd, Pascal-Nicolas Becker

The Library Code GmbH

Minute Madness

Status of students’ graduation (masters) theses in repositories of six European universities

Danijel Gudelj1, Ljiljana Poljak2, Vicko Tomić1, Mirta Matošić2, Matko Marušić1, Ana Marušić3

1: ST-OPEN, University of Split, Split, Croatia; 2: Split University Library, Split, Croatia; 3: Department of Research in Biomedicine and Health, University of Split School of Medicine, Split, Croatia

Repositories and publishers: AgEcon Search forging new relationships

Linda Eells, Julie Kelly

University of Minnesota-United States of America

A Framework for an Arabic Terminology Management System (TMS) using Artificial Intelligence

Sherine Mahmoud Eid

Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt

Advancing Hyku Project Update

Ellen Catz Ramsey1, Brian Hole2, Ilkay Holt3

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Ubiquity Press; 3: The British Library, United Kingdom

SANDIMS: South African National Geophysical Data and Instrumentation Management System

Kate Niemantinga, Pierre J Cilliers

South African National Space Agency, South Africa

Geodisy -- New geospatial data discovery for Canadian research data

Eugene Barsky

University of British Columbia, Canada

Understanding IR Impact: What Do Users Do with Our Stuff?

Wendy Walker

University of Montana, Missoula, United States of America

Atrium Repository: diffusion of cardiology knowledge

Francijane Oliveira da Conceição1,2, Cyntia Mendes Aguiar1,2, Renato Cerceau1,3, Jorge Zavaleta4, Cristiane da Cruz Lamas1,2,5

1: Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia - INC, Brazil; 2: Fundação Oswaldo Cruz - FIOCRUZ, Brazil; 3: Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro , Brazil; 4: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ, Brazil; 5: Universidade UNIGRANRIO, Brazil

RCIN - Digital Repository of Scientific Institutes in Poland

Błażej Betański, Tomasz Parkoła, Natalia Jeszke

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

Changes and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic response on Arca

Tiago Martins da Costa Ferreira, Claudete Fernandes de Queiroz, Luciana Danielli de Araujo, Raphael Belchior Rodrigues, Éder de Almeida Freyre, Andréa Gonçalves do Nascimento, Angelo José Moreira Silva, Catarina Barreto Malheiro Pereira, Rita de Cassia da Silva, Leonardo Simonini Ferreira

Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. Instituto de Comunicação e Informação Científica e Tecnológica em Saúde

Repository Re(volution): AgEcon Search Goes Global

Linda Eells, Julie Kelly

University of Minnesota-Waite Library, United States of America

PeruCRIS: A National Research Information Infrastructure based on DSpace-CRIS

Cesar Olivares1, Francisco Talavera1, Abel del Carpio1, Susanna Mornati2, Andrea Bollini2, Claudio Cortese2, Corrado Lombardi2, Alfonso Maza3, Ana Puente de la Puebla3

1: Concytec, Peru; 2: 4Science, Italy; 3: Semicrol, Spain

Availability of open government data in the Maghreb countries

Elsayed Elsawy1, Ahmed Maher Khafaga Shehata2

1: Sultan Qaboos University, Oman, Tanta University (Egypt); 2: Sultan Qaboos University, Oman, Minia University (Egypt)

Sherpa Romeo – our roadmap

Karen Jackson, Jane Anders

Jisc, United Kingdom

Discovery after migration

Ben Summers, Taylor Mudd

Haplo, United Kingdom

Introduce Impact-Pathways in a CRIS – support societal impact orientation in research projects and funding processes

Birge Michaela Wolf1, Doris Lange1, Thorsten Michaelis1, Andrea Moser1, Stefanie John1, Andreas Abecker2, Stefan Lossow2, Lucia Hahne2, Andrea Bollini3, Giuseppe Digilio3, Susanna Mornati3

1: University of Kassel, Germany; 2: Disy; 3: 4Science

A Recommendation System for an Open Archive

Gulce Bal Bozkurt, Gozde Boztepe Karatas

Middle East Technical University, Turkey

The Scholarship of The Ohio State University: Open for All

Maureen Walsh

The Ohio State University, United States of America

Interoperability Standards for Distributed Collaboration in InvenioRDM

Sara Gonzales1, Matthew B. Carson1, Guillaume Viger1, Lars Holm Nielsen2, Kristi L. Holmes1

1: Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneve, Switzerland

Zenodo spam detection using neural networks

Pablo Panero

CERN, Switzerland

DataCORE - Grappling With Big Files and Big Problems

James Halliday, Brian Keese

Indiana University, United States of America

Is it interoperability or is it integration?

Paul L.S. Stokes, Tamsin Burland, John Kaye, Howard Williams

Jisc, United Kingdom

Interoperability Intersection: Partnerships in Open Science Infrastructure

Eric Olson

Center for Open Science, United States of America

“Precedented”: Public Health, Open Access Infrastructure, and Interrogating Power in Repository Debates

Michael Scott1, Kate Dohe2

1: Hispanic American Periodicals Index, UCLA; 2: University of Maryland Libraries

Bepress to DSpace in PJs: Migrating Two Open Repositories from Home

Julia Corrice, Chloe McLaren, Jim Del Rosso, Gail Steinhart

Cornell University Library, United States of America

Panel: Repository Rodeo

Maureen Walsh1, Danny Brooke2, Rory McNicholl3, Tim Shearer4, Taylor Mudd5, Sara Gonzales6, Arran Griffith7, Heather Greer Klein8

1: The Ohio State University, United States of America; 2: Harvard University, United States of America; 3: University of London, United Kingdom; 4: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America; 5: Haplo, United Kingdom; 6: Northwestern University, United States of America; 7: Islandora Foundation, Canada; 8: Samvera, United States of America

Panel: IRUS In Bloom: Expanded Openness for Institutional Repository Usage Statistics

Hannah Rosen1, Laura Wong2, Jim Ottaviani3

1: LYRASIS, United States of America; 2: Jisc, United Kingdom; 3: University of Michigan, United States of American

24x7 session 2

Elevating Open Data: Building an Accessible Environment for Data Stewardship in Research Libraries with CADRE

Jaci Wilkinson1, Jamie V. Wittenberg2, Patricia L. Mabry3, Valentin Pentchev4, Robert Van Rennes5, Ethan Fridmanski1

1: Indiana University Libraries; 2: University Libraries, University of Colorado Boulder; 3: HealthPartners; 4: Indiana University Network Science Institute; 5: Big Ten Academic Alliance

Using Research Profiles as a Service (RPaS) to Populate an Institutional Repository

Agnes Gambill

Appalachian State University, United States of America

Swallow Beyond the Repository: Development of a Custom Metadata Management Software

Tomasz Neugebauer, Francisco Berrizbeitia

Concordia University, Canada

Repository Migration: How it started, How it’s going

Nicholas Homenda, Juliet L. Hardesty

Indiana University Libraries, United States of America

Increasing the A in OA: How accessibility work in repositories should influence publisher agreements

Sadie Roosa

MIT Libraries, United States of America

We’ve got a Digital Repository: now what do we do with it?

Kent Douglas Reynolds, Bianca Parisi, Cindy Rigg

Niagara College Canada, Canada

Presentations session 5

Cataloging of Biological Datasets in AgDados - the Embrapa Data Repository

Marcia Izabel Fugisawa Souza, Antonio Nhani Junior, Poliana Fernanda Giachetto, Paula Regina Kuser-Falcao, Leandro Carrijo Cintra, Luiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa, Luiz Manoel Silva Cunha, Marcos Cezar Visoli, Tercia Zavaglia Torres

Embrapa Agricultural Informatics, Brazil

Preserving Podcasts: An Institutional Repository Case Study

Erik A. Moore, Valerie M. Collins

University of Minnesota, United States of America

Hodgepodge or Showcase?

Gail McMillan

Virginia Tech, United States of America

24x7 session 3

Navigating OA eBook usage data stakeholder interests to facilitate cross-platform data exchange

Christina Drummond

Educopia Institute, United States of America

DataCite Service Providers program: Bringing the power of DOIs to a system near you

Liz Krznarich

DataCite, United States of America

Reopening the Repository: Redeveloping ScholarSphere to support Open Access

Daniel Coughlin, Seth Erickson, Adam Wead

Penn State University, United States of America

Sustaining Open Infrastructure Communities: Evaluating Fiscal and Administrative Service Options

Heather Greer Klein1, Rosalyn Metz2

1: Samvera, United States of America; 2: Emory University, United States of America

An Engaged Campus Repository in Practice: The University of Minnesota’s Institutional Repository and the Pandemic Response

Erik A. Moore, Valerie M. Collins, Lisa R. Johnston

University of Minnesota, United States of America

Taking (small) steps towards accessible repository content

Mariya Maistrovskaya

University of Toronto Libraries, Canada

Presentations session 6

Notify - The Repository and Services Interoperability Project

Kathleen Shearer1, Martin Klein2, Paul Walk1

1: COAR, International; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

On building a tool for finding datasets based on a list of researchers or publications

Washington L. R. Carvalho-Segundo1, Thiago M. R. Dias2

1: Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Federal Center for Technological Education of Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Brazil

From Hard Drives to Globus: Supporting new workflows for large data transfer in libraries

Kara Handren, Amber Leahey, Kaitlin Newson

Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries, Canada

Networking session
Keynote: Dr Tahu Kukutai & Dr Stephanie Russo Carroll
Panel: "Broken for All": the case for persistent identifiers for digital cultural heritage resources

Adrian Turner1, Deborah Holmes-Wong2, Zahid Rafique2, John Kunze1, Megan Lohnash3, Matthew McKinley4, Allison Lund5

1: California Digital Library; 2: University of Southern California Libraries; 3: California Revealed; 4: Omeka; 5: Metropolitan New York Library Council

Presentations session 7

Arkisto: a repository based platform for managing all kinds of research data

Peter Sefton1, Marco La Rosa2, Michael Lynch1

1: University of Technology Sydney; 2: University of Melbourne

Research Object Crate (RO-Crate) Update

Peter Sefton1, Stian Soiland-Reyes2

1: University of Technology Sydney; 2: The University of Manchester

Next Generation Repositories: Best laid plans

Tanya Holm

University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia

A Causal Analysis of the Progress of Green Open Access

Masashi Kawai1, Koichi Ojiro1, Jun Maeda2, Masaki Nishizawa1, Kazutsuna Yamaji1

1: National Institute of Informatics, Japan; 2: Hokkaido University

Date: Thursday, 10/June/2021
Developer track session 2

Deploying a Serverless Application as a Docker Image

Terrence W Brady

California Digital Library, United States of America

Live Demo: Create a Developer Workspace Challenge

Hardy Joseph Pottinger

California Digital Library, University of California, Office of the President, United States of America

Building Scalable Serverless Digital Repositories using Amplify Open-source Framework

Yinlin Chen, Tingting Jiang, Lee Hunter

Virginia Tech, United States of America

Constructing a Repository Test Strategy Built on Docker Containers

Terrence W Brady

California Digital Library, United States of America

Presentations session 8

Repositories, are you ready to ROR?

Maria Gould2, Liz Krznarich1, Daniella Lowenberg2

1: DataCite; 2: California Digital Library

Next Generation Library Publishing project: Integrating open-source IR and publishing solutions

Catherine Mitchell1, Katherine Skinner2, Kristen Ratan3

1: California Digital Library, University of California; 2: Educopia Institute; 3: Stratos

Dataset Search: An open source tool to support data discovery, reuse, and analytics

Sara Mannheimer, Jason A. Clark, James Espeland, Jakob Schultz, Rhonda Borland, Kyle Hagerman, Daniel Laden

Montana State University, United States of America

Presentations session 9

Plan S and Repository PIDs

Adam Vials Moore1, Sally Rumsey1,2, James Kerwin3, Martin Wolf3

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: cOAlition S; 3: University of Liverpool

Experience in Moving Toward An Open Repository For All

Tyng-Ruey Chuang1, Cheng-Jen Lee1, Chia-Hsun Wang1, Yu-Huang Wang2

1: Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 2: Independent Scholar

Plan S and Open Access via repositories: Unity in diversity

Johan Rooryck1, Sally Rumsey2

1: Leiden University, cOAlition S; 2: Jisc, cOAlition S

Presentations session 10

Results from the OpenAIRE Call for Innovation: Enrich local data via the OpenAIRE Graph

Andrea Bollini1, Susanna Mornati1, Giuseppe Digilio1, Jordan Piščanc2, Michele Artini3, Claudio Atzori3

1: 4Science, Italy; 2: University of Trieste, Italy; 3: ISTI-CNR, Italy

ORCID and OpenAIRE Compliance for DSpace

Courtney Earl Matthews1, William Roy1, Andrea Bollini2, L. Andrea Pascarelli2, Susanna Mornati2, Kathleen Shearer3, Pierre Lasou4

1: Queen’s University Library, Canada; 2: 4Science, Italy; 3: COAR; 4: Université Laval

How to ensure “good” data? Quality assurance by research data repositories

Maxi Kindling, Dorothea Strecker, Vivien Petras, Yi Wang

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin School of Library and Information Science,Germany

24x7 session 4

Ready-made or tailor-made? Seeking seamless depositing solutions for multi (LMIC) country qualitative data

Moni Choudhury1, Hani Salim1,2, Hana Mahmood3, Dhiraj Agarwal4, Tathagata Bhattacharjee4,5, John Norrie1, Sanjay Juvekar4

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia; 3: Neoventive Solutions, Pakistan; 4: KEMHRC, Pune, India; 5: LSHTM, United Kingdom

Interoperability as a service

Tamsin Margaret Burland, John Kaye, Paul Stokes, Howard Williams

Jisc, United Kingdom

Would auto-translation of metadata enhance discovery and impact of research data?

Paul L. S. Stokes, Tamsin Burland, John Kaye, Howard Williams

Jisc, United Kingdom

Lessons learnt in setting up a "one person repository"

Ravi Murugesan

Auroville, India

Pavia Digital Library: enhancing and supporting interoperability within the Cultural Heritage Domain with DSpace-GLAM

Gabriele Rossini2, Paolo Nassi2, Roberto Canevari2, Massimo Aurelio2, Claudio Cortese1, Emilia Groppo1, Andrea Bollini1, Riccardo Fazio1, Matteo Perelli1, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio1

1: 4Science, Italy; 2: Università degli Studi di Pavia, Italy

Breaking language barriers

Bram Luyten

Atmire, Belgium

A National PID Landscape and Beyond

Adam Vials Moore1, Monica Duke1, Balviar Notay1, Christopher Brown1, Alice Meadows2, Josh Brown2

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: MoreBrains Cooperative

Presentations session 11

DSpace-CRIS 7 is here!

Andrea Bollini, Mykhaylo Boychuk, Pasquale Cavallo, Claudio Cortese, Giuseppe Digilio, Riccardo Fazio, Damiano Fiorenza, Luca Giamminonni, Corrado Lombardi, Alessandro Martelli, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Matteo Perelli, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio, Susanna Mornati

4Science, Italy

DSpace 7 - Enhanced Submission & Workflow

Andrea Bollini, Giuseppe Digilio, Claudio Cortese

4Science, Italy

DSpace 7 - Configurable Entities

Lieven Droogmans, Ben Bosman

Atmire, Belgium

Networking session
Keynote: Dr Bianca Amaro
Panel: Dataverse Community & CoreTrustSeal: Certifying generalist data repositories

Katherine Mika1, Sonia Barbosa1, Philipp Conzett2, Robert R. Downs3, Jonathan Crabtree4, Ceilyn Boyd1, Merce Crosas1

1: Harvard University; 2: UiT The Arctic University of Norway; 3: Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; 4: Odum Institute, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Presentations session 12

Open for all. Reusable for whom? A review of what data reusers want and how data repositories can deliver

Lisa R Johnston1, Ixchel M Faniel2, Katie Wissel3

1: University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2: OCLC Research, United States of America; 3: New York University

Open for all but for how long? Roles, responsibilities and accountabilities in the preservation of research data

Amy Currie, William Kilbride

Digital Preservation Coalition, United Kingdom

The Entity-Relation Metamodel from Repositories to Aggregators - The case of LA Referencia and RCAAP jointship Project

José Carvalho1, Lautaro Matas2, Washington Segundo3, Paulo Graça4, Paulo Lopes4

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: LA Referencia; 3: IBICT; 4: FCT|FCCN

Closing & Ideas challenge

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