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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 12/June/2023
8:00am
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9:30am
Registration
9:30am
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12:30pm
Workshop 1
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Ilkay Holt, British Library
 

Developing Good Practices to Support Non-English and Multilingual Content in Repositories

Iryna Kuchma1, Kathleen Shearer2, Tomasz Neugebauer3, Lautaro Matas4, Gultekin Gurdal5

1: EIFL, Ukraine; 2: COAR, Canada; 3: Concordia University, Canada; 4: LA Referencia, Latin America; 5: Izmir Institute of Technology İYTE, Türkiye

Workshop 2
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Heather Greer Klein, Samvera
 

Fedora 6.x - Understanding the Oxford Common File Layout (OCFL), intro to migration tools and understanding available integrations

Dan Field, Arran Lee Griffith

Lyrasis, Canada

Workshop 3
Location: Somerset 2
 

Best practices for using a Dataverse repository

Sonia Maria Barbosa

Harvard University, United States of America

Workshop 4
Location: Somerset 3
 

InvenioRDM Workshop 2023

Sara Gonzales1, Matthew B. Carson1, Peter Cornwell2, Steve Eardley3, Dan Granville2, Maximilian Moser4, Lars Holm Nielsen5, Nicola Tarocco5, Guillaume Viger1, Zacharias Zacharodimos5, Kristi L. Holmes1

1: Northwestern University, Galter Health Sciences Library and Learning Center, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, United States of America; 2: data-futures, Leipzig, Germany; 3: Cottage Labs, United Kingdom; 4: Technische Universitat Wien, Vienna, Austria; 5: European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland

9:30am
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5:00pm
Workshop 5
Location: e-Classroom at SU Library
 

DSpace 7 upgrade workshop

Ian van der Linde, Sarfaraz Mohamed

Stellenbosch University, South Africa

Workshop 6
Location: Makerspace at SU Library
 

Mastering the Figshare API workshop

Andrew Mackenna-Foster, Adrian-Tudor Panescu

Figshare

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch time
2:00pm
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5:00pm
Workshop 7
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Kathryn Cassidy, Trinity College Dublin
 

ROR in Repositories Workshop

Amanda French1, Elizabeth Krzarnich2

1: Crossref, United States of America; 2: DataCite, Germany

Workshop 8
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

Starting up an Institutional Digital Collections Site with Omeka S

Sanjin Muftic

University of Cape Town Libraries, South Africa

Workshop 9
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Wouter Klapwijk, Stellenbosch University
 

Enriching Repository Metadata with Linked Data elements

Wynand Van Der Walt

Rhodes University, South Africa

 
Date: Tuesday, 13/June/2023
8:00am
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9:00am
Registration
9:00am
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10:30am
Opening Keynote Panel with Dr Tshiamo Motshegwa, Prof Willem Fourie, Joy Owango and Ellen Tise
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Claire Knowles, University of Leeds
The opening keynote panel will share thoughts on how repositories can improve data equity worldwide and how they can be better utilised to share data with both humans and machines. Our panellists are Dr Tshiamo Motshegwa, Director of the African Open Science Platform, Prof Willem Fourie, founder of the South African SDG Hub, Ms Joy Owango, Founding Director of the Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa), and Ms Ellen Tise, Senior Director of Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service.
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
Panel 1: Unlocking repositories through persistent identifiers: supporting data access worldwide
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Rachael Kotarski, University of Bath
 

Unlocking repositories through persistent identifiers: supporting data access worldwide

Helena Cousijn1, Gabi Mejias1, Liz Krznarich1, Lombe Tembo2, Harold Bowa3, Owen Iyoha4, Wesley Barry5

1: DataCite, Germany; 2: ORCID; 3: UbuntuNet Alliance; 4: Eko-Konnect; 5: TENET

24x7: People and Process
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Jessica Lindholm, Chalmers University of Technology
 

A Song of [N]ISO and FAIR (or how to remove the OTHER from repository crosstalk)

Adam Vials Moore1, Jenny Evans2, Alan Stone3, Jennifer Basford4, Jez Cope4

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: University of Westminster; 3: Cayuse LLC; 4: British Library



Connecting overlay journals with open repositories and other open science infrastructures

Raphaël Tournoy

Centre pour la Communication Scientifique Directe (CCSD) - CNRS UAR



Analysis of OpenDOAR Data

Paul Walk

Antleaf Ltd., United Kingdom



The process is the work – scribe at the side sectional infrastructure

Adam Vials Moore1, Jenny Evans2, John Kaye1, Tim Fellows1, Scott McLaughlin3

1: Jisc, United Kingdom; 2: University of Westminster, United Kingdom; 3: University of Leeds, United Kingdom



NTU Research Data Repository’s assessment and certification

Yuyun Wirawati Ishak

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore



ATTITUDE OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS TOWARDS USAGE OF REPOSITORIES: A SURVEY OF UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA.

BASIRU ADETOMIWA1, Adebola Oluwamayokun Adegoroye2

1: Redeemer's University; 2: Lagos State University



Lessons learnt during the establishment of an Oral History Channel on how to make oral histories more accessible

Reinhardt Hartzenberg, Dr. Vukile Khumalo

KwaZulu-Natal Archives and Records Service



DigitaX Archive – some stories of more than 200 years of tax resources

Katharina Beberweil

Library and Information Centre IBFD, Netherlands, The

Presentations: Access to Global South research
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Lazarus Matizirofa, University of Pretoria
 

Assessing the Global Divide: Repository access from the global north and south, before and after COVID

Jonathan Wheeler1, Ngoc-Minh Pham2

1: University of New Mexico, United States of America; 2: University of Missouri, United States of America



Institutional Repositories for Institution Visibility and Sharing of Published Research Findings

Godfrey Isaac Mwandosya, Edda Tandi Lwoga

College of Business Education, Tanzania



Global visibility of the University of Namibia’s (UNAM) digital repositories using the generic search engines

Astridah Njala Samupwa, Daniel Ampweya

University of Namibia, Namibia



The discoverability of content produced by the University of Zululand researchers in the databases made available by the UNIZULU Library Services.

Phumlani Biyela

University of Zululand, South Africa

Presentations: Data curation and management
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
 

DataVault: one institution’s answer to Big Data, confidential data

Robin Rice, Ianthe Sutherland

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Packaging data with detailed metadata using RO-Crate in FAIR open repositories

Peter Sefton1, Stian Soiland-Reyes2

1: The University of Queensland, Australia; 2: The University of Manchester, UK



Curating Big Data for Reuse

Katie Mika, Gustavo Durand, Leonid Andreev

Harvard University, United States of America

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Break
Welcome to Newcomers
Location: Somerset 3
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Panel 2: Practice research and repositories: international practices in unlocking arts research
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Torsten Reimer, University of Chicago
 

Practice research and repositories: international practices in unlocking arts research

Jenny Evans1, Jayne Batzofin2, Claire Knowles3, Rachael Kotarski4, Sanjin Muftić2, Adam Vials Moore5

1: University of Westminster, United Kingdom; 2: University of Cape Town, South Africa; 3: University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 4: British Library, United Kingdom; 5: Jisc, United Kingdom

Dev Track: Research data repository developments
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Ianthe Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
 

Marrying research data and their management plans

Maximilian Johannes Moser1, David Eckhard2, Tomasz Miksa1

1: TU Wien, Austria; 2: TU Graz, Austria



A Persistent Identifier Practice For A Research Data Repository

Cheng-Jen Lee, Tyng-Ruey Chuang

Academia Sinica, Taiwan



modularity and interoperability in generalist data repositories

Stefano Maria Iacus, Gustavo Durand

Harvard University, United States of America



Introducing the Oni Repository Stack – a Standards-based OCFL-backed repository platform build on Node.js, Postgres and ElasticSearch

Peter Sefton, Moises Sacal Bonequi, Alvin Sebastian, Mark Raadgever

University of Queensland, Australia

Presentations: Collaboration and community
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

The U.S. Repository Network: Acting on a Community Vision for Repositories

Tina Baich

SPARC, United States of America



Creating binational library collaborations: The experience of the SDSU Library

Lisa Lamont, Erik Beck, Matt Ferrill, Devan McGirr

San Diego State University, United States of America



A generational refresh: continuing Harvard's Digital Repository Service's legacy of innovation

Stefano Cossu

Harvard University, United States of America



Enhancing Institutional Repositories for effective research support

Ester Ernest Mnzava, Catherine Mangare

Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

Presentations: Metadata application profiles
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Paul Walk, Antleaf Ltd.
 

Facilitating community-wide adoption of metadata standards and guidelines through validation and monitoring: The Rioxx v3 EPrints adoption use case

Matteo Cancellieri, Petr Knoth

The Open University, United Kingdom



The openCost project: Integrating publication cost data into institutional repositories

Julia Bartlewski1, Christoph Broschinski1, Gernot Deinzer2, Alexander Wagner3, Dirk Pieper1

1: Bielefeld University, Germany; 2: Regensburg University, Germany; 3: Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY



Rioxx 3: A Modernised Metadata Profile

Paul Walk1, George Macgregor2, Petr Knoth3

1: Antleaf Ltd., United Kingdom; 2: University of Strathclyde; 3: The Open University

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Coffee Break
3:30pm
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4:45pm
Panel 3: The Repository Rodeo
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Heather Greer Klein, Samvera
 

The Repository Rodeo

Gustavo Durand1, Will Fyson2, Dan Field3, Heather Greer Klein4, Agustina Martínez García5, Kirsta Stapelfeldt6, Nicola Tarocco7

1: Harvard University, United States of America; 2: CoSector, University of London, United Kingdom; 3: Lyrasis, United States of America; 4: Samvera, United States of America; 5: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 6: University of Toronto, Canada; 7: CERN, Switzerland

4:45pm
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5:30pm
Poster Session -- Minute Madness
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Data processing model of the Brazilian Laguna Project

Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo1, Adilson Luiz Pinto2, Fabio Lorensi Do Canto2, Thiago Magela Rodrigues Dias3

1: Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil; 3: Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Brazil



Enabling open research practices - connecting the Octopus platform with research institutional repositories

Agustina Martínez García1, John Kaye2, Alexandra Freeman1

1: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Jisc, United Kingdom



Demonstrating African institutional repositories’ contribution to global knowledge

Phillip Ndhlovu

Gwanda State University, Zimbabwe



Open Refine Reconciliation Services for Linking Institutional Repository Metadata

Tuelo Ntlotlang

Botswana International University of Science and Technology (BIUST), Botswana



Open research data repositories to enhance discoverability and reuse research data in higher learning institutions in Tanzania

Neema Florence Mosha1, Patrick Ngulube2

1: University of South Africa (UNISA), South Africa; 2: University of South Africa (UNISA), South Africa



Manara - Qatar Research Repository

Marcin Werla, Dr. Arif Shaon, Dr. Alwaleed Alkhaja

Qatar National Library, Qatar



OpenAIRE Content Provider Dashboard: recent developments from OpenAIRE Nexus and EOSC future projects

Pedro Príncipe, André Vieira

University of Minho, Portugal



The Bigger the Better?: A Comparison of Institutional Repository Statistics and Sizes Across Carnegie R1 Institutions

Joseph R. Kraus1, Emily Bongiovanni2

1: Colorado School of Mines, United States of America; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



The inclusion of UNESCO sustainable development goals (SDGs) on SU repositories

Cathrin Lorrainne Cynthia Baadjies, Msimelelo Dingiswayo

Stellenbosch University Library and Information Services, South Africa



Using the tool Observable to ensure data quality in institutional repository

Cecilia Granell, Jessica Byström

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Discover the Special Collections on SUNDigital Collections at Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service

Marieta Buys, Patricia Khati, Pakama Ncume, Busiswa Mofu, Santie De Jongh

Stellenbosch University, South Africa



From evolution to transformation: using the web to make library and repository data visible and portable

Bronwyn Elizabeth Rassmann

EBSCO, South Africa



OPEN REPOSITORIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: BRIDGING THE INFORMATION GAP

MPUNDU CHILONGA

KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY, ZAMBIA, Zambia



Open Repositories and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Nexus: Mapping Research Outputs from selected South African public universities.

Tendai Mataranyika

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Supporting equity, economies of scale, and interoperability by applying the International Data Space model to open science usage and impact reporting

Christina JS Drummond

University of North Texas, United States of America

6:30pm
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8:00pm
Reception
Location: Stellenbosch University Music Conservatory Endler Hall, c/o Victoria St & Neethling Street, Stellenbosch
Date: Wednesday, 14/June/2023
9:00am
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10:30am
Panel 4: Building Synergies in Capacity Development for Open Scholarship
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Ilkay Holt, British Library
 

Building Synergies in Capacity Development for Open Scholarship

Ilkay Holt1, Iryna Kuchma2, Omo Oaiya3, Jun Maeda4

1: The British Library; 2: EIFL; 3: WACREN; 4: National Institute of Informatics

Presentations: Updates on technology platforms
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Peter Sefton, University of Queensland
 

An update on DSpace-CRIS, the state-of-the-art tool for Research&Information management

Andrea Bollini, Corrado Lombardi, Claudio Cortese, Andrea Barbasso, Fabio Belletti, Irene Buso, Mykhaylo Boychuk, Alfredo Cosco, Giuseppe Digilio, Riccardo Fazio, Damiano Fiorenza, Benedetta Gandolini, Luca Giamminonni, Elisa Golinelli, Stefano Maffei, Davide Negretti, Sara Orlandi, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Matteo Perelli, Adele Pusiol, Immacolata Scancarello, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio, Simone Tarli, Francesco La Rocca, Federico Verlicchi, Vincenzo Mecca, Karla Medina, Susanna Mornati

4Science, Italy



DSpace 7 performance improvements: what's going on, what can we do, and how can non-technical people help developers

Yury Bondarenko, Art Lowel, Lieven Droogmans, Ignace Deroost

Atmire, Belgium



DSpace Community Updates : Wrapping up 7.x and looking towards the future

Tim Donohue, Michele Mennielli, Natalie Baur

LYRASIS, United States of America



Depicting Dragomans: Islandora for Flexible, Web-based Scholarly Resources

Kirsta Stapelfeldt, Natalie Rothman

University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Canada

Presentations: Services for discovery and interoperability
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

CORE Dashboard: A tool for the management of open access content in repositories

Petr Knoth, David Pride, Viktoriia Pavlenko, Matteo Cancellieri

The Open University, United Kingdom



Building the compliance of HAL, the French national open archive, with Open Science funders policies

Bénédicte Kuntziger, Benoît Legouy

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



No Repository is an Island: Putting Enlighten at the heart of the University of Glasgow’s Open Research Infrastructure

Michelle O'Hara1, William J. Nixon2

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: Research Libraries UK (RLUK), United Kingdom



To Strengthen Institutional Repositories: GCRIS Platform and IZTECH Implementation

Gultekin Gurdal1, Begum YAVUZ1, Ayşen BİNEN1, Arda YIKAMACI2

1: Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkiye; 2: Research Ecosystems

Presentations: Managing non-textual outputs
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Kathryn Cassidy, Trinity College Dublin
 

FAIR Code Sharing in Open Access Repositories

Maria Cotera, Andrew Mckenna-Foster

Figshare, United Kingdom



The TIB AV Portal: Unlocking Discovery and Interoperability of Scientific Videos

Margret Plank, Matti Stoehr, Sven Strobel

TIB Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, Germany



Opening repositories to practice research: sharing the findings of the PRVoices and SPARKLE projects

Jenny Evans1, Claire Knowles2, Rachael Kotarski3, Adam Vials Moore4, Alan Stone5

1: University of Westminster, United Kingdom; 2: University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 3: British Library, United Kingdom; 4: Jisc, United Kingdom; 5: Cayuse, United Kingdom



Trials and Tribulations of OER in the Institutional Repository: A Canadian Perspective

Priscilla Carmini, Sarah Coysh, Stephanie Quail

York University, Canada

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
Panel 5: Supporting Trusted OA Usage Data Reporting and Analytics through Shared Infrastructure
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, DataCite
 

Supporting Trusted OA Usage Data Reporting and Analytics through Shared Infrastructure

Christina JS Drummond1, Jo Havemann2, Andrew Joseph3, Liz Krznarich4

1: University of North Texas, United States of America; 2: AfricArxiv; 3: Publishers Association of South Africa / Wits University Press; 4: DataCite / ROR

Presentations: Indigenous knowledge preservation
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Kathryn Cassidy, Trinity College Dublin
 

Digitizing Indigenous Medicinal Plants for Sustainable Management of the Medicinal Wetland Plants of Tanzania

CATHERINE MANGARE, ESTER ERNEST, FAITH MABIKI

SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, Tanzania



Australian Data Archive (ADA) and Australian National University (ANU) and The Dataverse Project, TKLabels use case

Janet McDougall2, Steven McEachern2, Sonia Maria Barbosa1

1: Harvard University, United States of America; 2: Australian Data Archive, Australia



Collecting Digital Object Reuse Data and Assessing it with Care

Ayla Stein Kenfield1, Santi Thompson2, Elizabeth Jean Kelly3, Ali Shiri4, Liz Woolcott5, Joyce Chapman6, Derrick Jefferson7, Ranti Junus9, Nicole Hennig8, Myrna E. Morales10

1: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, United States of America; 2: University of Houston; 3: LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network; 4: School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta; 5: Utah State University; 6: Duke University; 7: American University; 8: University of Arizona; 9: Michigan State University; 10: Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers

Presentations: Repositioning repositories
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

The COAR Notify Initiative: Update on Progress

Kathleen Shearer1, Eloy Rodrigues2, Martin Klein3, Paul Walk4, Tamy Nakao1

1: COAR, Canada; 2: University of Minho, Portugal; 3: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; 4: Antleaf Ltd., UK



The Harvard Data Commons project: leveraging COAR Notify to create interoperability between Harvard data and institutional repositories

Colin Lukens, Andrew Woods

Harvard Library, United States of America



Implementing the COAR Notify Protocol in DSpace 7

Andrea Bollini1, Irene Buso1, Corrado Lombardi1, Stefano Maffei1, Susanna Mornati1, Kathleen Shearer2, Paul Walk2,3, Martin Klein4, Eloy Rodrigues5

1: 4Science, Italy; 2: COAR; 3: Antleaf, England; 4: Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, US; 5: University of Minho, Portugal



OpenAIRE MONITOR: from scholarly output to knowledge database to insights on scientific content and its impact.

Leonidas Pispiringas1, Ioanna Grypari2, Harry Dimitropoulos2, Alessia Bardi3, Natalia Manola1, Antonis Lempesis2, Dimitris Pierrakos2, Pedro Principe4

1: OpenAIRE, Greece; 2: Athena Research and Innovation Center; 3: National Research Council (CNR); 4: University of Minho

24x7: Integrating Systems
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Molebelli Botlhole, University of Botswana
 

Democratized deployment of a repository: a novel outcome for a containerized DSpace application

Brandon T. Kowalski, Erica Mehan Johns

Cornell University Library, United States of America



Development of OA Assist System for JAIRO Cloud

Masashi Kawai1, Jun Maeda2, Masaharu Hayashi1, Kazutsuna Yamaji1

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



Linking publications and data from two french national repositories

Bénédicte Kuntziger1, Yannick Barborini1, Nicolas Larrousse2, Adeline Joffres2

1: Centre pour la Communication Scientifique Directe (CCSD) - CNRS UAR 3668, France; 2: Huma-Num CNRS UAR 3598



The Collections: A 3D touch in DSpace

Zhongda Zhang1, Le Yang2

1: University of Oklahoma Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Oregon Libraries, United States of America



The Global Participation Fund and open research infrastructure interoperability

Lombe Tembo Shuma, Nabil Ksibi

ORCID



The Japanese academic dataset integration based on PID and text processing.

Jun-ichi Onami1, Teruhito Kanazawa1, Ikki Ohmukai2, Masashi Kawai1, Kazutsuna Yamaji1

1: National Institute of Informatics, Japan; 2: The university of Tokyo



Yale Center for British Art Digital Collections and LUX – Sharing Collections Online to the World

Eric Robert James, Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass

Yale Center for British Art, United States of America



Signposting to Make Repository Content More Machine-Accessible

Martin Klein1, Paul Walk2, Kathleen Shearer3, Eloy Rodrigues4

1: Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America; 2: Antleaf Ltd; 3: COAR; 4: University of Minho

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Break
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Panel 6: OpenAIRE interoperability metadata guidelines: ensuring a community-driven global governance for the development of the guidelines
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: William J. Nixon, Research Libraries UK (RLUK)
 

OpenAIRE interoperability metadata guidelines: ensuring a community-driven global governance for the development of the guidelines

Pedro Príncipe

University of Minho, Portugal

Presentations: Discipline specific systems with FAIR principles
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Ilkay Holt, British Library
 

Towards a FAIR-enabled Platform for the IAEA’s Nuclear Data Collections and Services

Ludmila Marian

IAEA, Austria



Introducing FAIR Scores in a Global Agricultural Science Reporting Service: An Analysis of the First Reporting Period

Sebastian Stefan Feger1,2, Valentina De Col1, Moayad AL-Najdawi3, Hector Tobon4, German Martinez4, Juan Carlos Cadavid4, Enrico Bonaiuti1

1: ICARDA; 2: LMU Munich; 3: CodeObia; 4: CIAT



Towards a Generic Research Data Commons: A highly scalable standard-based repository framework for Language and other Humanities data

Peter Sefton1, Simon Musgrave2, Nick Thieberger3

1: University of Queensland, Australia; 2: Monash University, Australia; 3: University of Melbourne, Australia



Publishing Digital Text Editions on the Semantic Web

Zsófia Fellegi1, Gábor Palkó2

1: Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute for Literary Studies, Hungary; 2: Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Department for Digital Humanities

Presentations: Integrating repositories with external services
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Wouter Klapwijk, Stellenbosch University
 

Open Repositories, Open Connections: Case Studies in Open Source Repository Integrations

Rowan Hatherley

Ubiquity Press, United Kingdom



Integration of Open Data Repositories for Scientific Production Certification

Thiago Dias1, Washington Segundo2, Tales Moreira2, Vivian Silva2, Jesus Mena-Chalco3

1: CEFET-MG, Brazil; 2: IBICT, Brazil; 3: UFABC, Brazil



Preservation and the repository, practical interoperability between EPrints and Arkivum

Will Fyson, Rory McNicholl

University of London, United Kingdom

Dev Track: Repository interoperability developments
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, DataCite
 

dspace-rest-client: A Python REST Client for DSpace 7

Kim Michael Shepherd

The Library Code GmbH



Semi-Automated FAST Reconciliation for Hyrax-based Repositories

Tiffany Chan

University of Victoria, Canada



A Validation Service for COAR Notify Notifications

Martin Klein1, Paul Walk2, Kathleen Shearer3, Eloy Rodrigues4

1: Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America; 2: Antleaf Ltd; 3: COAR; 4: University of Minho



COAR Notify: Some technical lessons after 6 months of development

Paul Walk1, Martin Klein2, Eloy Rodrigues3, Kathleen Shearer4

1: Antleaf Ltd., United Kingdom; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory; 3: University of Minho; 4: Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR



A tour of Ibali: Digital Collections UCT - Showcasing Collections for Discovery

Sanjin Muftic

University of Cape Town Libraries, South Africa

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Coffee Break
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Panel 7: LIBSENSE Africa - Breaking down silos across infrastructures to improve the visibility of African research outputs
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Iryna Kuchma, EIFL
 

LIBSENSE Africa - Breaking down silos across infrastructures to improve the visibility of African research outputs

Omo Oaiya1, Owen Iyoha2, Reggie Raju3, Jill Claassen3, Kathleen Shearer4

1: WACREN, Ghana; 2: Eko-Konnect, Nigeria; 3: University of Cape Town, South Africa; 4: COAR, International

Presentations: Role of repositories in promoting SDGs
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Wouter Klapwijk, Stellenbosch University
 

The new role for South African Open Access repositories and Open Journal Systems: enhancing the SA-SDG Hub.

Gallant Lazarus Matizirofa1, Daisy Selematsela. Dr2

1: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 2: University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa



Analysing SDG engagement of research output in a DSpace repository using Postgres NLP

Sean Richard Carte

Durban University of Technology, South Africa



Linking Veterinary Science Faculty Research and Activities to the UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals: The Role of the Library

Marguerite Alice Nel, Amelia Breytenbach

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Botswana open repositories role in SDGs research-based knowledge sharing process: a bibliometric analysis

Kelemwork Agafari kassahun

Botho University, Botswana

Presentations: New technologies in repositories
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Kim Michael Shepherd, The Library Code GmbH
 

Modeling Digital Cultural Landscapes with DSpace

Claudio Cortese, Andrea Bollini, Irene Buso, Riccardo Fazio, Damiano Fiorenza, Benedetta Gandolini, Emilia Groppo, Stefano Maffei, Susanna Mornati, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Immacolata Scancarello, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio

4Science, Italy



Laguna: open informational infrastructure for a scientific data lake

Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo1, Adilson Luiz Pinto2, Fabio Lorensi Do Canto2, Thiago Magela Rodrigues Dias3

1: Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil; 3: Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Brazil



dArk: A decentralized blockchain implementation of ARK Persistent Identifiers

Lautaro Matas1, Washington Segundo2, Thiago Nóbrega2, J. Edilson S. Filho2, Jesús Mena-Chalco3

1: LA Referencia / RedCLARA, Latin America; 2: IBICT, Brazil; 3: UFABC, Brazil



Trustworthy Machine Information Behavior and Open Research Repositories

Samuel Simango

Stellenbosch University, South Africa

 
7:00pm
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10:00pm
Conference Dinner
Location: Neethlingshof Wine Estate, Polkadraai Road, Stellenbosch
Date: Thursday, 15/June/2023
9:00am
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10:30am
Panel 8: Interoperability: What’s in a handshake?
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Lazarus Matizirofa, University of Pretoria
 

Interoperability: What’s in a handshake?

Geoffrey Harder1, Kathleen Shearer2, Omo Oaiya3, Lautaro Matas4, Eloy Rodrigues5

1: University of Alberta, Canada; 2: COAR, International; 3: LIBSENSE, Africa; 4: LA Referencia, Latin America; 5: OpenAIRE, Europe

Presentations: Accessing research data in repositories
Location: Somerset 1
Chair: Ianthe Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
 

Repositioning Repositories: Designing and Assessing the Life Cycle of Research Infrastructures

Ron Dekker1, Ioanna Grypari2, Athina Papadopoulou3

1: Technopolis Group Belgium; 2: Athena Research Centre; 3: OpenAIRE



Rethinking the A in FAIR Data: issues of data access and accessibility in research

Hugh Shanahan1, Louise Bezuidenhout2

1: Royal Holloway University of London,; 2: DANS



DBRepo: A Repository for Databases supporting Data Versioning, Schema Semantics and FAIR Principles

Martin Weise1, Tobias Grantner1, Josef Taha1, Moritz Staudinger1, Eva Gergely2, Kirill Stytsenko2, Raman Ganguly2, Andreas Rauber1

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

Presentations: Migration in software platforms
Location: Somerset 2
Chair: Heather Greer Klein, Samvera
 

Open Standards-Based Repository Development for Discovery and Interoperability

Tiffany Chan

University of Victoria, Canada



Adopting the DSpace 7 platform: challenges, gaps, problematics, and solution formulas from real migration experiences

Andrea Bollini, Corrado Lombardi, Claudio Cortese, Andrea Barbasso, Fabio Belletti, Irene Buso, Mykhaylo Boychuk, Alfredo Cosco, Giuseppe Digilio, Riccardo Fazio, Damiano Fiorenza, Benedetta Gandolini, Luca Giamminonni, Elisa Golinelli, Stefano Maffei, Vincenzo Mecca, Davide Negretti, Sara Orlandi, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Matteo Perelli, Adele Pusiol, Immacolata Scancarello, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio, Simone Tarli, Francesco La Rocca, Federico Verlicchi, Karla Medina, Susanna Mornati

4Science, Italy



New IDEALS: Migrating an IR to a shared-storage infrastructure

Ayla Stein Kenfield, Seth Robbins, Daniel G. Tracy

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, United States of America



"Fraunhofer-Publica" unlocked for Open Access and Interoperability

Dirk Eisengräber-Pabst, Anja Mc Grath

Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Germany

Presentations: Infrastructures for cultural heritage
Location: Somerset 3
Chair: Wynand Van Der Walt, Rhodes University
 

(Re)investing in a national repository infrastructure for cultural heritage

Jenny Basford, Ilkay Holt, Graham Jevon, Nora Ramsey

British Library, United Kingdom



Building Open Access Repository in Eritrea with limited resources

Kiflom Michael Kahsay

Research and Documentation Centre, Eritrea



Implementing and Sustaining An Integrated Open Digital Ecosystem for Cultural Heritage Collections at UH Libraries

Annie Wu, Sean Watkins, Bethany Scott, Santi Thompson, Jerrel Jones, Christin Zepeda, Laura Ramirez, Susan Hoover

University of Houston, United States of America



Prototyping an Organizationally Adaptive Repository for the National Parks Service

Gregory Jansen1, Richard Marciano1, Lyneise Williams2, Mark Conrad1

1: University of Maryland at College Park, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
Closing Keynote with Prof Hussein Suleman
Location: Grand Ballroom
Chair: Torsten Reimer, University of Chicago
Our closing keynote speaker is Prof Hussein Suleman whose research is situated within the Digital Libraries Laboratory in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Cape Town. This session promises to inspire and challenge our participants - to encourage them to think broadly about the ways repositories enable discoverability and interoperability of information and data within the structured web of data.
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Served

 
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