Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 03/June/2024
8:30am
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9:30am
Registration
9:30am
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12:30pm
Workshop 1
Location: SB-M022
Chair: Urban Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology
 

Research Activity Identifiers (RaiDs): Opening the ‘black box’ of project information

Shawn Adrian Ross, Natasha Simons

Australian Research Data Commons, Australia

Workshop 3
Location: SB-M415
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, DataCite
 

Creating DOIs with rich metadata using DSpace

Kelly Stathis1, Pascal-Nicolas Becker2, Andrea Bollini3, Claudio Cortese3, Jordan Piščanc3, Sheila Rabun4

1: DataCite; 2: The Library Code GmbH; 3: 4Science; 4: Lyrasis

Workshop 2
Location: SB3-L111
Chair: Ilkay Holt, British Library
 

Unlocking Accessibility: PDF Annotation with PDF/UA Standard and WCAG Guidelines

Łukasz Kobyliński, Łukasz Skonieczny, Agata Drozd, Antoni Marek, Jakub Koperwas

Sages, Poland

Workshop 4
Location: SB3-L112
Chair: Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
 

OSF Search API for Research Transparency and Discovery

Gretchen Mary Gueguen, Futa Ikeda

Center for Open Science, United States of America

9:30am
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5:00pm
Workshop 6
Location: SB-M500
 

InvenioRDM Workshop 2024

Alex Ioannidis1, Karolina Przewa1, Thomas Morrell2, Dan Granville3, Martin Fenner4, Ekaterina Pechekhonova5, Deb Verhoff5, Matthew B. Carson6, Sara Gonzales6, Guillaume Viger6, Kristi L. Holmes6, Maximilian Moser7, Sotirios Tsepelakis7, Michael Groh8, Karl Krägelin9, Sarah Wiechers9

1: European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland; 2: California Institute of Technology, United States of America; 3: Data Futures; 4: Front Matter; 5: New York University, United States of America; 6: Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center, United States of America; 7: Technische Universitat Wien, Vienna, Austria; 8: University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany; 9: Universität Münster, Münster, Germany

Workshop 7
Location: SB3-L113
Chair: Jessica Lindholm, Chalmers University of Technology
 

Super - Simple - Static - Sustainable: a low resource repository jam

Peter Sefton1, Kim Shepherd2, Claire Knowles3

1: University of Queensland; 2: The Library Code GmbH; 3: University of Leeds

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch time
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Workshop 8
Location: SB-M022
Chair: Nora Mulvaney, Toronto Metropolitan University
 

Getting running with ARK persistent identifiers

John Andrew Kunze1, Donny Winston2

1: College of Computing and Informatics, Drexel University, United States of America; 2: Polyneme LLC

2:00pm
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5:00pm
Workshop 10
Location: SB-M415
Chair: Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Leverage the DataCite REST API for metadata discovery and creation

Kelly Stathis, Joseph Rhoads, Bryceson Laing

DataCite, Germany

Workshop 9
Location: SB3-L111
Chair: Urban Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology
 

DSpace Developer Meet-Up and Q&A

Tim Donohue1, Michele Mennielli1, Andrea Bollini2, Art Lowel3

1: Lyrasis, United States; 2: 4Science, Italy; 3: Atmire, Belgium

Workshop 11
Location: SB3-L112
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

Introduction to the Annif automated indexing tool

Osma Suominen1, Mona Lehtinen1, Ghulam Mustafa Majaj2, Juho Inkinen1, Anna Kasprzik2, Lakshmi Bashyam2

1: National Library of Finland, Finland; 2: ZBW– Leibniz Information Centre for Economics

 
Date: Tuesday, 04/June/2024
8:00am
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9:00am
Registration
9:00am
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9:45am
Opening Plenary
Location: Drottningporten
9:30am
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10:30am
Keynote Speaker Gustav Nilsonne
Location: Drottningporten
Gustav Nilsonne is associate professor of neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden. His work is largely in metascience: assessing and improving the transparency and reproducibility of research. Gustav is a long-standing advocate for open science and is a senior advisor to the Swedish National Data Service.
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
24x7: Transparent and Reproducible Research
Location: Drottningporten 1
Chair: Tomas Lunden, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
 

Advancing Research transparency through Institutional Repositories

kelemwork kassahun

Botho University, Botswana



Open Research Data, Data Sharing and Access Policies of the Indian Research Funding Agencies: An Overview

Pallab Pradhan1, Lavji N Zala2

1: Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) Centre, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India; 2: Department of Library & Information Science, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India



The Federal Open Science Repository of Canada: A Key Destination on Canada’s Roadmap to Open Science

Kathryn West, Allison Kelley

Federal Science Libraries Network, National Research Council Canada



Making data sources discoverable in the EOSC Marketplace via OpenAIRE PROVIDE

André Vieira, Pedro Principe

University of Minho, Portugal



Enhancing Research Transparency and Openness in Qatar: The Role of Manara Research Repository

Marcin Werla, dr Arif Shaon, dr Alwaleed Alkhaja

Qatar National Library, Qatar



Beyond access, Upholding the Integrity of Scientific Publications in HAL Open Archive

Nathalie Fargier

CNRS, France



Open Science Indicators: PATHOS project handbook and repositories use cases

Pedro Príncipe, Antónia Correia

University of Minho, Portugal

Developer Track Session 1
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Jonas Gilbert, University of Borås
 

Repositories as data sources – good practice when preparing data for scientometric studies

Alysson Fernandes Mazoni

Unicamp, Brazil



Cora: Empowering DiVA's Next Major Version with Metadata-Driven Flexibility

Olov McKie, Pere Bartrolí Simó

Uppsala University Library, Sweden



Hybrid ML/AI driven search as cataloging aid in Archipelago Commons

Diego Alberto Pino

Metropolian New York Library Council, United States of America



Authority to Entities: A DSpace 7 migration case study

Kim Shepherd, Pascal-Nicolas Becker

The Library Code GmbH, Germany



Repositories as a Corner Stone of Publication Cost Transparency : XML, OAI-PMH and all that

Lisa-Marie Stein1, Alexander Wagner1, Julia Bartlewski2, Christoph Broschinski2, Gernot Deinzer3, Dirk Pieper2, Bianca Schweighofer3, Colin Sippl3, Silke Weisheit3

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

Presentations: Regional Collaborations
Location: Drottningporten 3
Chair: Kathryn Cassidy, Trinity College Dublin
 

Building Community to Coordinate Ireland’s Fragmented Open Repository Network

Cillian Joy, Christopher Loughnane

University of Galway, Ireland



Collaboration Across Borders

Jessica Barlow1, Lisa Lamont1, Matt Ferrill1, Hilario Castillo Castillo2, Kristofer Patrón Soberano1

1: San Diego State University, United States of America; 2: Archivo Histórico de Tijuana



PHAIDRA's Journey Towards Sustainable and Open Repositories

Raman Ganguly

University of Vienna, Austria

Presentations: Repositories Implementations
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 1
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

How to Rebuild a Jumbo Jet at 30,000 Feet: Strategies for Digital Repository Migration

Michael Giarlo, Aaron Collier

Stanford University, United States of America



Switching the national portal of The Netherlands to OpenAire within six months

Rutger De Jong1, Chris Baars2, Alessia Bardi3, Maurice Vanderfeesten4

1: Leiden University, Netherlands, The; 2: DANS, Netherlands, The; 3: CNR-ISTI / OpenAIRE; 4: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



Comparing some basic features of three institutional software repository platforms

Anusha Ranganathan, Steven Eardley, Hrafn Malmquist

Cottage Labs, United Kingdom



Transparency and Transformation: Reimagining Harvard’s Digital Repository Service

Stefano Cossu, Miriam Leigh, Vitaly Zakuta

Harvard University, United States of America

Panel: How to Make Repository Content Indexed and Discoverable
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 2
Chair: Leigh Stork, University of Strathclyde
 

How to make repository content indexed and discoverable

Petr Knoth1, Martin Klein2, George Macgregor3, Matteo Cancellieri1, Paul Walk4

1: CORE, The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory; 3: University of Glasgow; 4: Antleaf Ltd.

Presentations: Institutional Repositories
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 3
Chair: William J. Nixon, Research Libraries UK (RLUK)
 

System integration for efficient publication of research results through collaboration between researchers and librarians

Masaharu Hayashi, Yusuke Komiyama, Jun-ichi Onami, Kazutsuna Yamaji

National Institute of Informatics, Japan



Catalyzing Access to Open Educational Resources in the Canadian Francophonie: A First OER Collection in a Quebec Institutional Repository

Sophie St-Cyr, Marianne Dube

Université de Sherbrooke, Canada



Open COUNTER-conformant Institutional Repository Usage Statistics (IRUS):Thinking Beyond Top 10 Lists

Sheila Rabun1, Paige Morgan2

1: Lyrasis, United States of America; 2: University of Delaware, United States of America

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Break
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Presentations: Open and Sustainable Infrastructure
Location: Drottningporten 1
Chair: Camilla Lindelow, University of Borås
 

New Frontiers in Community-Led API Development: A Case Study on the OSF

Gretchen Mary Gueguen, Nadja Oertelt

Center for Open Science, United States of America



Infra Finder: Increasing visibility of repositories as open infrastructure

Lauren B. Collister

Invest in Open Infrastructure, United States of America



Lowering the Barrier to Entry for Digital Repository Management by Leveraging Cloud-Native Solutions

Favenzio Calvo, Bryan Brown

Florida State University, United States of America



From “R-Drive to RRKive” – a comprehensive, open and sustainable set of principles and tools for low (and high) resource archival-repositories

Peter Sefton1, Robert McClellan1, Michael Lynch2, Moises Sacal Bonequi1, Nick Thieberger3

1: University of Queensland; 2: University of Sydney; 3: University of Melbourne

Presentations: Working Towards Inclusive Metadata
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Ellen Ramsey, University of Virginia
 

Community and User-Centered Description: Inclusive and conscious metadata as a means of expanding access

Keila Zayas Ruiz, Rhea Ray

Florida State University, United States of America



Exploring the concept of ‘custodianship’ in harvesting repository resources and graphing their relations: Rioxx version 3.0

George Macgregor1, Petr Knoth2, Paul Walk3, Nicola Dowson4, Michael Eadie1, Beverley Jones5, Agustina Martínez-García6

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: CORE & The Open University, United Kingdom; 3: Antleaf Ltd, United Kingdom; 4: The Open University, United Kingdom; 5: University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 6: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Decolonizing Metadata for Open Access

Amanda Figueroa

Curationist



What do open global scholarly metadata datasets contain? Investigating the metadata quality of data associated to underrepresented communities in big aggregators of open repositories

Simon Willemin

ETH Library, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Presentations: Utilizing DSpace
Location: Drottningporten 3
Chair: Ianthe Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
 

DSpace Updater Tool as a support tool for the Brazilian Digital Repository Network

Tatyane Guedes Martins da Silva, Marcio Ribeiro Gurgel do Amaral, Cássio Teixeira de Morais, Marcel Garcia de Souza, Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo

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



The Distribution of DSpace

Hrafn Malmquist

Cottage Labs, United Kingdom



DSpace’s entities in practice

Pascal-Nicolas Becker, Kim Shepherd

The Library Code GmbH, Germany



“There’s no cow on the ice”: How we learned to stop worrying and love DSpace 7

Kristi L. Park, Nicholas Woodward

Texas Digital Library, United States of America

Presentations: Global and Cultural Heritage Collections
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 1
 

Exploring ‘the global community’ in open doctoral research repositories: contradictions and conflicts in the research community of the EThOS repository.

Catherine Montgomery1, Jenny Basford2

1: Durham University, United Kingdom; 2: British Library, London, United Kingdom



Sharing heritage in context: The difficult journey to a unified data platform

Stephanie Buyle, Edwin De Roock, Wim Fremout, Véronique Van der Stede, Erik Buelinckx, Emmanuel Di Pretoro

Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA), Belgium



Rethinking Digital Libraries Paradigms: moving Digital Cultural Heritage Collections to DSpace 7/8

Andrea Bollini, Claudio Cortese, Andrea Barbasso, Irene Buso, Riccardo Fazio, Damiano Fiorenza, Giuseppe Digilio, Benedetta Gandolini, Emilia Groppo, Stefano Maffei, Vincenzo Mecca, Susanna Mornati, Luigi Andrea Pascarelli, Immacolata Scancarello, Francesco Pio Scognamiglio, Federico Verlicchi

4Science, Italy



Canopy IIIF: Remix Digital Assets From Cultural Heritage Repositories

Adam Joseph Arling, Matthew Randolph Jordan

Northwestern University, United States of America

Panel: The Evolving Role of Repositories in the Diamond OA Ecosystem
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 2
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, DataCite
 

The evolving role of repositories in the diamond OA ecosystem

Kathleen Shearer1, Eloy Rodrigues2, Martin Klein4, Paul Walk3, Tamy Nakano1

1: COAR, The Netherlands; 2: University of Minho, Portugal; 3: Antleaf, UK; 4: Los Alamos National Laboratory, US

Presentations: Elevating Underrepresented Voices
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 3
Chair: Katarina Wiberg, National Library of Sweden
 

Appalachian Research and Value for the Greater Good

Robin Ruggaber

University of Virginia Library, United States of America



Open Access Evolution: Empowering Research at a Historically Black College and University, United States

Nurhak Tuncer Bayramli

Elizabeth City State University, United States of America



ROLE OF NATIONAL STATISTICS REPOSITORY IN DATA AND STATISTICS MANAGEMENT: A DISSEMINATION TOOL TOWARDS ELEVATING UNDERREPRESENTED COMMUNITIES IN KENYA

Jacqueline Dama Tundu

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Kenya

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Coffee Break
3:00pm
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4:00pm
Panel: The Repository Rodeo
Location: Drottningporten 1+2
Chair: Leigh Stork, University of Strathclyde
 

The Repository Rodeo

Heather Greer Klein1, Gustavo Durand2, Rory McNicholl3, Arran Griffith4, Alex Ioannidis5, Kirsta Stapelfeldt6, Agustina Martinez-Garcia7

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

4:00pm
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5:00pm
Minute Madness
Location: Drottningporten 1+2
Chair: Joseph Kraus, Colorado School of Mines
Chair: Jessica Bystrom, Chalmers University of Technology
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Poster Session & Welcome Reception
Location: Drottningporten
Chair: Joseph Kraus, Colorado School of Mines
Chair: Jessica Bystrom, Chalmers University of Technology
 

Enhancing DSpace CRIS 7: An Approach to Repository Design

Sumanghalyah Suntharam1, Maja Eterovic1, Domenico Zecchinelli2, Dirk Verdicchio1

1: University of Bern; 2: Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana, SUPSI



Fostering research transparency in neuroscience: Supporting the research data management lifecycle with a Hyrax-based research data repository

Tobias Otto1, Marlene Pacharra2, Paul Walk3, Johannes Frenzel4, Nina Olivia Caroline Winter4

1: Cognitive Psychology, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; 2: Biopsychology, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, CRC 1280 „Extinction Learning“; 3: Antleaf; 4: IT.SERVICES, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany



US Repositories Network Discovery Pilot

Petr Knoth1, Kathleen Shearer2, Paul Walk3, Matteo Cancellieri1, David Pride1, Tina Baich4, Heather Joseph4

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Confederation of Open Access Repositories; 3: Antleaf Ltd.; 4: SPARC



How to be open with sensitive data – examples from the KI data repository project

Helena Eckerbom, Karin Widin, Helena Skyllberg, Glenn Haya, Lisa Andersson

Karolinska Institutet, Sweden



PsychArchives, the Disciplinary Repository for Psychological Science

Lea Gerhards, Yi-Hsiu Chen, Anne Königs, Marie-Luise Müller, Robert Studtrucker, Martin Kock, Christiane Baier, Peter Weiland

Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID), Germany



Ready to ROR: Planning for research organization identifiers in the Carolina Digital Repository

Anna Goslen, Rebekah Kati

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



The Community-Based DINI Certificate for Open Access Publication Services - 20 Years of Self-Empowerment through Standards

Pascal-Nicolas Becker2, Daniel Beucke3, Ute Blumtritt4, Isabella Meinecke1, Jochen Schirrwagen5, Thomas Severiens6

1: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, Germany; 2: The Library Code, Germany; 3: Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany; 4: Universitätsbibliothek Chemnitz, Germany; 5: RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 6: Jade Hochschule Wilhelmshaven, Oldenburg, Elsfleth, Germany



The pillars for a repository: experiences with the Angolan Open Access Repository (RAnAA)

Bernardo Sacanene, Euclides Catumbela

Escola Superior Pedagógica do Bengo, Angola



Unlocking the Potential of Digital Scholarly Editions: Strategies for Attracting the DH Community to Utilize Repositories

Kathleen Neumann1, Robert Stephan2

1: Verbundzentrale des GBV (VZG), Germany; 2: Rostock University Library, Germany



Building a repository of data science and machine learning applications

Arnold Kochari

SciLifeLab, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden



Connecting ELN to Repositories – connecting daily work to long-term transparency

Juliane Jacob

Universität Hamburg, Germany



DC-SRAP: Metadata Application Profile for Academic Repositories

Osma Suominen

National Library of Finland, Finland



Enhancing Research through Open Digital Repositories in University Libraries— A Case Study of Peking University Library

Chao Sun1, Zhenxin Wu2, Yunhai Tong1, Hanyu Li2

1: Peking University, China; 2: National Science Library.Chinese Academy of Sciences,China



LibMeta - Java Object Models for Common Library Metadata Standards

Robert Stephan

Rostock University Library, Germany



Mind the gap! Developing an open data repository under the conflicting mandates of federal memorandums and security requirements in order to promote research transparency.

Alex May, Meghan Berry

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America



Navigating Newspaper Copyright Restrictions in an Open Environment: Implications for Collection Development and User Access

Bryan Ricupero, Laing Rachael

University of Wyoming, United States of America



Showcasing research related to the SDG´s using the local repository: the case of Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Daniel Albertsson, Tomas Lundén, Ylva Toljander

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden



Enhancing Inclusivity: Digital Accessibility and the Institutional Repository

Anne Shelley

Iowa State University, United States of America



Access for All - How do I make my repository accessible?

Susanne Blumesberger, Maria Guseva, Sonja Edler, Victoria Eisenheld

University of Vienna



Institutional Repository KTISIS: Research Evaluation and Promotion Tool

Marios Zervas1, Petros Artemi1, George Veranis2

1: Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus; 2: Dataly Tech, Greece



Is your data FAIR? Data repository assessment using F-UJI and FAIR Enough

Rodrigo Donoso-Vegas

University of Chile, Chile



Machine actionable DMPs in practice : making a FAIR difference at Chalmers

Urban Andersson, Jeremy Azzopardi, Maria Kinger

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Preserving and Sharing Nigeria's Heritage: The National Repository of Nigeria

Chinwe Veronica Anunobi, Chukwuemeka Kelvin Udoji

National Library of Nigeria, Nigeria



The Road From DSpace 6 to DSpace 7 and Beyond: Building (and Building on) Two Modern Digital Repositories at Rice University

Ying Jin, John Mulligan, Kenneth Evans

Rice University, United States of America



Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) – themed ‘Collections’

Jason Partridge

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



South-South partnership experience in the creation of institutional repositories: Case of the Angolan Open Access Repository

Felizardo Tchiengo Bartolomeu Costa1, Tiago Martins da Costa Ferreira2

1: Escola Superior Pedagógica do Bengo, Angola; 2: NEKI-it



Querying DSpace: An AI Powered Conversation Application using RAG with Langchain

Zhongda Zhang1, Le Yang2

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



Inclusivity of institutional repositories in developing countries for university community-information service delivery: Nigeria in focus

Bello Usman, Fatimah Jibril Abduldayan, Sadiat Adetoro Salau

Federal University of Technology, Minna



The ORCID integration into DSpace and DSpace-CRIS

Oliver Goldschmidt

TU Hamburg, Germany



Promoting Transparency in Open Institutional Repositories: A Systematic Review

Mary Ann Mortega Ingua

University of the Philippines Los Banos, Philippines



Open Government Data Initiatives in Ghana: Usage Trends and Metadata Quality

Samuel Owusu-Ansah

University of Ghana, Ghana



Policies and Practices for Sustainable Preservation of Theses and Dissertations in Institutional Repositories

Michael Boock1, Behrooz Rasuli2, Joachim Schöpfel3, Brenda Van Wyk4

1: Oregon State University; 2: Iranian Research Institute for Information Science and Technology (IranDoc), Iran, Islamic Republic of; 3: University of Lille; 4: The University of Pretoria



Accessibility of theses. Are the guidelines enough?

Merja Riitta Kallio

University of Vaasa, Finland



The role of sustainable open access repositories in promoting economic research transparency among academic institutions in West Africa

Bosede Olanike Awoyemi1, John Oloruntoba Awoyemi2, Kehinde J. Fasae1

1: Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Nigeria; 2: Department of Computer Science, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria



Community websites made easy: a static website and headless CMS for Samvera.org

Heather Greer Klein1, Adam Joseph Arling2

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



Out-of-the-Box Repository Configuration: Supporting Small-Scale Research Community Visibility and Transparency

Hagen Peukert

Universität Hamburg, Germany



Assessment of Selected U.S. Digital Image Collections to Digital Public Goods Alliance’s Standard

Michele Reilly2, Santi Thompson1

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: University of Arkansas, United States of America



Fostering Inclusivity in Repositories: Practical Strategies for Elevating Underrepresented Communities

Charles Gichiru

Mama Ngina University College, Kenya



MUTUALIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS FOR INNOVATION AND QUALITY RESEARCH, THE KEY TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Gatavu Paul

University of Burundi, Burundi



The challenge of preserving Gǝʿǝz manuscripts in Eritrea

Kiflom Michael Kahsay

Eritrean Research and Documentation Centre, Eritrea



Global research trends and network visualization on Institutional Repository literature during 2019-2023: A Bibliometric Analysis

Trinayan Borgohain

Gujarat University, India



The Long and Winding Road: Sustaining the Course of a Long Term Collection Project

Kyle Lynn Bachman-Johnson

University of Kentucky, United States of America

Date: Wednesday, 05/June/2024
9:00am
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10:30am
24x7: Harnessing Collaborations for Development
Location: Drottningporten 1
Chair: Ianthe Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
 

Empowering DSpace users and administrators: What is being done and where do we continue from here?

Tal Ayalon

World Bank, United States of America



The history of the DiVA repository: through the lens of being a consortium

Petra Thorsson, Sara Tobiasson

Uppsala University Library, Sweden



Can Artificial Intelligence Unlock the Potential of Open Repositories in Empowering Progress of Sub-Saharan Region?

Michael Zimba

Malawi University of Science and Technology, Malawi



Digital preservation of health cultural collections: the experience of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation

Marcus Vinícius Pereira-Silva1, João Guilherme Nogueira Machado2, Karina Veras Praxedes dos Santos1, Vanessa de Arruda Jorge3, Marcos José de Araújo Pinheiro1, Luciana Monteiro-Krebs1

1: Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Casa de Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil; 2: Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Instituto de Comunicação e Informação Científica e Tecnológica em Saúde, Brazil; 3: Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Vice-Presidência de Educação, Informação e Comunicação, Brazil



Using a DSpace 7 Upgrade as an Outreach Opportunity

Colleen Lyon

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America



Promoting the use of preprints and overlay services on the HAL open archive with COAR Notify

Raphaël Tournoy

CCSD/CNRS, France



Should repositories participate in the Fediverse?

Paul Walk

Antleaf Ltd.



Opening the Hidden Treasure of African data and information towards community representation: The National Repository of Nigeria (NRN) Engagement

Chinwe Veronica Anunobi, Chukwuemeka Kelvin Udoji

National Library of Nigeria, Nigeria



Commoning open repositories

Esther Bravo-Govea

National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

Developer Track Session 2
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Kathryn Cassidy, Trinity College Dublin
 

Experiential Learning and Technical Debt

Clinton Graham

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America



Crate-O - a drop-in linked data metadata editor for RO-Crate (and other) linked data in repositories and beyond

Peter Sefton, Alvin Sebastian, Moises Sacal Bonequi, Rosanna Smith

University of Queensland, Australia



Bringing computation and reproducibility to a data repository using Binder

Cheng-Jen Lee, Tyng-Ruey Chuang

Academia Sinica, Taiwan



Translating Large Datasets for Reproducible Science in an Open Repository

Jake Alan Rosenberg, Vanessa Gonzalez, Sarah Gray, Maria Esteva

Texas Advanced Computing Center, United States of America



Using Fedora 6 to architect future-proof and easily maintained repositories

Dustin Slater

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America



Building a repository of data science and machine learning applications by leveraging on container images and Kubernetes

Arnold Kochari

SciLifeLab, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden

Presentations: Transparency and Reproducibility
Location: Drottningporten 3
Chair: Nora Mulvaney, Toronto Metropolitan University
 

Quality Assurance in Service of Transparency: A Practice Report from PsychArchives, the Disciplinary Repository for Psychology

Yi-Hsiu Chen, Marie-Luise Müller, Lea Gerhards, Anne Königs, Peter Weiland, Christiane Baier, Martin Kock, Hannah Franke

Leibniz Institute for Psychology (ZPID), Germany



The OpenCost project - Using repositories to achieve transparency in the transformation process to open access as part of the science economy

Julia Bartlewski1, Christoph Broschinski1, Gernot Deinzer2, Dirk Pieper1, Bianca Schweighofer2, Colin Sippl2, Lisa-Marie Stein3, Alexander Wagner3, Silke Weisheit2

1: University of Bielefeld, Germany; 2: University of Regensburg, Germany; 3: DESY, Germany



University Research Management and Open Science - an OMEGA-PSIR case study

Łukasz Skonieczny, Henryk Rybiński, Jakub Koperwas

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Presentations: Supporting Climate and Environmental Data
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 1
Chair: Camilla Lindelow, University of Borås
 

Preservation of data from the Brazilian scientific ecosystem: Periodic ingestion of data originating from Br-Cris into the Aleia Research Data Repository

Laura Vilela Rodrigues Rezende1, Marcel Souza2, Priscila Sena3, Washington Segundo2

1: Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brazil; 2: Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia; 3: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul



AGRIS Multilinguality in Bridging Agricultural Knowledge Gaps for Zero Hunger

Alicia Garcia Garcia1, Valentina De Col2, Stefano Anibaldi2, José Antonio Hernandez1, Tiziano Di Condina1, Jaime García Llopis1, Tiziano Lorenzetti1, Ruth Velia Gómez1, Imma Subirats Coll1

1: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); 2: International Center for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA)



CAFÉ: A Joint BUSPH-HSPH Research Coordinating Center of the NIH Climate Change and Health Initiative Leveraging Harvard Dataverse Repository

Sonia Barbosa1, Stefano Aicus1, Joshua S. Cetron2, Kezia Irene2, Michelle Audirac2, Gregory A. Wellenius3, Amruta Nori-Sarma3, Francesca Dominici2, Kevin Lane3, Danielle Braun2

1: IQSS, Harvard University; 2: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; 3: Boston University School of Public Health

Panel: Rights Retention and Repositories
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 2
Chair: Torsten Reimer, University of Chicago
 

Rights Retention and Repositories: Accelerating Global Progress

William J. Nixon1, Dominic Tate4, Kathleen Shearer2, Sally Rumsey3, George Macgregor5

1: Research Libraries UK (RLUK), United Kingdom; 2: Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR); 3: cOAlition S; 4: University of Edinburgh; 5: University of Glasgow

Presentations: Author Identifiers and Information
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 3
Chair: Jessica Lindholm, Chalmers University of Technology
 

Understanding and using the ORCID integration in DSpace and DSpace-CRIS

Oliver Goldschmidt

TU Hamburg, Germany



Strengthening the Global Community Trust Network: Empowering Transparency in Scholarly Infrastructure through ORCID Integration

Lombe Tembo

ORCID, Zambia



authorIDy: Listing Contributions by Contributor Identifier

Patrick Hochstenbach2, Herbert Van de Sompel1, Martin Klein3, Ingrid Dillo1

1: DANS, Netherlands; 2: Ghent University, Belgium; 3: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA



Identifying and extracting authors’ Rights Retention Statements from full text academic articles

Matteo Cancellieri, Anton Zhuk, Valerii Budko, Ekaterine Chxaidze, Viktoriia Pavlenko, Petr Knoth

Open University, United Kingdom

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11:00am
Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
Presentations: Integrations for Research Data Management
Location: Drottningporten 1
Chair: Katie Mika, Harvard University
 

Making Software FAIR: A machine-assisted workflow for the research software lifecycle

Petr Knoth1, Laurent Romary2, Patrice Lopez3, Roberto Di Cosmo2, Pavel Smrz4, Tomasz Umerle5, Melissa Harrison6, Alain Monteil2, Matteo Cancellieri1, David Pride1

1: CORE, The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: Inria; 3: Science Miner; 4: Brno University of Technology; 5: Polish Academy of Sciences; 6: European Institute of Bioinformatics



Real-World Benchmarks for FAIR Data Repositories: Meeting the Needs for Modern Open Data

Arran Griffith1, Maria Esteva2, Dan Field1

1: Fedora; 2: Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas at Austin



Resolving Linked Data: Are we all doing the same?

Mateusz Żółtak, Martina Trognitz

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria



Five ways RO-Crate data packages are important for repositories

Peter Sefton1, Stian Soiland-Reyes2

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

Presentations: CRIS and Other System Integrations
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Kristin Olofsson, Chalmers University of Technology
 

The GCRIS Monitoring App

Gultekin Gurdal1,3, Tugkan Tuglular2,3, Tolga Ayav2,3, Ahmet S. Ozdemirden2,3, Fakhri Jafarov2,3, Zeynep Bektas2,3

1: Izmir Institute of Technology, Library, Gulbahce Kampusu, Urla, Izmir, Turkiye; 2: Izmir Institute of Technology, Computer Engineering, Gulbahce Kampusu, Urla, Izmir, Turkiye; 3: Research Ecosystems, A-8, Teknopark Izmir, Urla, Izmir, Turkiye



A Repository-to-Repository Implementation of COAR Notify: Enabling Informed and Comprehensive Research Integration

William Fyson, Rory McNicholl

CoSector, University of London, United Kingdom



Integration of Open Access Repositories in BrCris: Aiming to Understand the Brazilian Scientific Research Ecosystem

Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo1, Thiago Magela Rodrigues Dias2, Patricia da Silva Neubert3, Fábio Lorensi do Canto3

1: Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Brazil; 3: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brasil



Using an Event Notification Network for Transparent Sharing of Artifact Life Cycle Data

Patrick Hochstenbach1, Ruben Verborgh1, Herbert Van de Sompel1,2

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Data Archiving and Networked Services

Presentations: Using Repositories for Diverse Content Types
Location: Drottningporten 3
Chair: Ilkay Holt, British Library
 

Open Repositories Contributors to Open Innovation Strategies: Sharing Data and Knowledge on Patents

Ricardo EITO BRUN

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain



Towards an open TRIZ multilingual database

Dênis Leonardo Zaniro1,2,3, Luc Quoniam1,3, Marcel Garcia de Souza3, Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo3

1: Universidade Federal de São Carlos (Federal University of São Carlos) - UFSCar, Brazil; 2: Instituto Federal de São Paulo (Federal Institute of São Paulo) - IFSP; 3: Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia (Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology) - IBICT



Thoth Archiving Network: How institutional repositories can become involved in preserving long-form scholarship

Miranda L Barnes

Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Presentations: Unlocking Access with Local Repositories
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 1
Chair: Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Open Access Repositories: Empowering Freedom of Information Access in Kenya

Mercy Jeruto Osiri, Margaret Muthoni Kimani

Kenya National Council for Population and Development, Kenya



Unlocking the Potential of Open Science in Promoting Research Transparency in Global Knowledge Repositories: Experience from Africa and Asia

Cecilia Christabel Kasonde2, Md. Zillur Rahman1

1: Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh, People's Republic of; 2: Kwame Nkrumah University, Zambia



Conceptualization and development of an open repository on Mapuche women in southern Chile

Jocelyn Patterson1, Yohanna del Rio1, Jorge Castillo1,2, Martina Paillacar1

1: Fundacion Nutram, Chile; 2: Universidad de La Frontera

Panel: DSpace
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 2
Chair: Nora Mulvaney, Toronto Metropolitan University
 

DSpace 8.0 and Beyond: What’s new and how a global community makes DSpace happen

Tim Donohue1, Michele Mennielli1, Susanna Mornati2, Ignace Deroost3, Agustina Martínez-García4, Kristi Park5

1: Lyrasis, United States; 2: 4Science, Italy; 3: Atmire, Belgium; 4: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 5: Texas Digital Library, United States

Presentations: Data Repositories and Lessons Learned
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 3
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, DataCite
 

Shared repositories infrastructure: Extracting Global Gains from a Strategic National Approach

Susan Haigh1, Geoff Harder2, Kathleen Shearer3, Kate Davis4, Lee Wilson5

1: Canadian Association of Research Libraries; 2: University of Alberta; 3: COAR; 4: Scholars Portal; 5: Digital Research Alliance of Canada



Agility, Growth, and Cooperative Service Design: two teams building a data repository during times of change

Katherine Lynch, Meghan Testerman

Princeton University, United States of America



Building An Open Repository for FAIR Data: Experience Sharing on Technologies, Communities, and Policies

Tyng-Ruey Chuang1,2,3, Ming-Syuan Ho2, Cheng-Jen Lee1, Chia-Hsun Wang1

1: Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 2: Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 3: Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (Center for GIS), Academia Sinica, Taiwan



Challenges and opportunities when launching an institutional digital repository service in parallel with developing a data governance model and datastewardship practices

Rosa Lönneborg

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

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1:30pm
Lunch Break
1:30pm
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3:00pm
24x7: Technical Solutions
Location: Drottningporten 1
 

Semi-automatic submissions in the French open archive HAL: a new service for researchers

Yannick Barborini, Bénédicte Kuntziger, Philippe Chan

CCSD, CNRS, France



Creating a Dataverse RO-Crate exporter with FAIR-IMPACT support

Dieuwertje Bloemen, Özgür Karadeniz

KU Leuven, Belgium



Data governance and application practices in NSSDC for the new paradigm

QI XU1,2, Ziming ZOU1,2, Jizhou TONG1,2, Xiaoyan HU1,2

1: National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, People's Republic of; 2: National Space Science Data Center



From Invenio1 to DSpace7: Sustainability of an Institutional Repository in Practice

Hana Vyčítalová, Petra Černohlávková, David Gerner

National Library of Technology, Czech Republic



Orbis Pictus – book revival for cultural and creative sectors

Martin Lhotak1, Filip Kersch1, Petr Zabicka2

1: Library of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic; 2: Moravian Library in Brno



Migrate DSpace from 5x to 7x - How do we did it in our national open access service at RCAAP

Paulo Graça1, Fernando Ribeiro1, Raquel Truta2, Ricardo Carvalho2, Paulo Lopes1

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



Self-Assessment Tool for the COAR Community Framework

Masashi Kawai1, Su Nee GOH2, Iryna Kuchma3, Kathleen Shearer4, Masaharu Hayashi1, Kazutsuna Yamaji1

1: National Institute of Informatics; 2: Nanyang Technological University; 3: Electronic Information for Libraries; 4: Confederation of Open Access Repositories



Digital archiving using Records in Contexts

Andreas Nef1, Thomas Bernhart2

1: On the record AB, Sweden; 2: docuteam AG, Switzerland

Presentations: Metrics and Assessment
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Joseph Kraus, Colorado School of Mines
 

If you build it, will they use it? Measuring usage of a global open access repository to assess impact.

Andrew Mckenna-Foster, Maria Cotera

Figshare, United Kingdom



Can the National Repository of Sweden Be Utilized for In-Depth Bibliometric Analysis: Unlocking Insights into Swedish Research

A I M Jakaria Rahman1, Marco Schirone1,2

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: University of Borås, Sweden



Visual Panorama: The Various Facets of Data Visualization of the Brazilian Scientific Research Ecosystem with Aid from BrCris

Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo1, Thiago Magela Rodrigues Dias2, Patrícia da Silva Neubert3, Adilson Luiz Pinto3

1: Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Brazil; 3: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brasil

Presentations: Problem Solving
Location: Drottningporten 3
 

Creating a better balance: the need for tools and practices to combat AI harvests and resource flooding in repository environments

Allison Kelly Sherrick, Diego Alberto Pino Navarro

Metropolitan New York Library Council, United States of America



What are the characteristic community smells influencing the sustainability of open-source repository software communities?

Tomasz Neugebauer1, Pierre Lasou2, Pamela Carson1

1: Concordia University, Canada; 2: Université Laval, Canada



Thinking outside the library? Restoring access to the UK’s doctoral theses collection

Jenny Basford, Graham Jevon

The British Library, United Kingdom



Automatic detection of duplicate records in institutional repositories

Matteo Cancellieri, Anton Zhuk, Valerii Budko, Ekaterine Chxaidze, Viktoriia Pavlenko, Petr Knoth

Open University, United Kingdom

Presentations: Repositories for Sustainability and Global Impact
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 3
Chair: Tomas Lunden, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
 

The Flora and Fauna of Mount Kenya: Using Dspace to Curate Data on Local Species in the face of Climate Change.

Peter Sanya Otuoma, James Kiprono Simotwo

Mount Kenya University, Kenya



Understanding DOI attribution in biodiversity repositories: A Brazilian case study

Laura Vilela Rodrigues Rezende1, Geisa Muller de Campos Ribeiro1, Maria das Graças Monteiro Castro1, Cassia Oliveira1, Fabiano Couto Corrêa2, Carolina Howard Felicissimo3, Keila Elizabeth Macfadem Juarez3, Clara Baringo Fonseca3, Yohana Pereira Ditzel3

1: Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; 3: Rede Nacional de Pesquisa, Brazil



Visibility Analysis of African Institutional Repositories for Global Impact

Olukemi Adebimpe Fadehan, Omobolade Opeyemi Adeagbo

Hezekiah Oluwasanmi Library, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria



The UN Digital Library: Chartering a path forward

Meg Wacha

United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library

Roundtable Discussions
Location: Brevsorterarsalen
Chair: Nora Mulvaney, Toronto Metropolitan University
 

Creating Transparent Retention Policies for Data Repositories to Ensure Long-Term Sustainability for the Research Community

Santi Thompson1, Christina Chan-Park2, Laura Sare3, Andrea Schorr4, Michael Shensky5, Xuan Zhou6

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: Baylor University, United States of America; 3: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 4: University of Texas Health San Antonio, United States of America; 5: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 6: Texas State University, United States of America



Do as I say, not as I do: when best practice and reality don’t agree and what (if anything) can be done about it

Leigh Stork1, Nora Mulvaney2

1: Aston University; 2: Toronto Metropolitan University

 
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3:30pm
Coffee Break
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Presentations: Policy Impact on Repositories
Location: Drottningporten 1
Chair: Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Green Open Access - Institutional Repositories fulfilling their whole purpose

Mark Hahnel

Digital Science, United Kingdom



Equity in Open Access to Scientific Research Results: Insights from Federal Agency Responses to the Nelson Memorandum Policy

Jwan Khisro, Katrina Fenlon

University of Maryland, United States of America



How it started; how it's going: Developing Specialized Data Curation Training to Address Needed Expertise in Focused Areas

Wanda Marsolek

University of Minnesota, United States of America



Empowering Global Progress: GREI Coopetition's Role in Standardizing Transparency, Community, and Sustainability Initiatives

Sonia Maria BARBOSA1, Mark HAHNEL2, Kristi HOLMES3

1: The Dataverse Project; 2: Figshare; 3: Zenodo

Presentations: Repository Trust and Certification
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Laura Vilela Rodrigues Rezende, Universidade Federal de Goiás
 

What defines trust? Can general-purpose repositories be certified at all?

Kai Wörner

Universität Hamburg, Germany



Towards a Trusted Domain Repository: Rebuilding the Archaeological Map of the Czech Republic on the Fedora Platform

David Novák

Institute of Archaeology of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic



Lessons learned to prepare for CoreTrustSeal certification: the case of Arca Dados

Luciana Monteiro-Krebs1,2, Rafael Port da Rocha2, Maria de Fatima Moreira Martins Correa1, Vanessa de Arruda Jorge1

1: Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Fiocruz), Brazil; 2: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil



Creating Trust in Research Data Repositories via a user-driven implementation: Case study of a hyrax-based, institutional data repository

Alexander Esser1, Johannes Frenzel1, Veronika Josenhans1, Tobias Otto1, Marlene Pacharra1, Paul Walk2, Nina O.C. Winter1

1: Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; 2: Antleaf Ltd., UK

Presentations: Use of Persistent Identifiers
Location: Drottningporten 3
Chair: Lisa Lamont, San Diego State University
 

A Large-Scale Reference Matching for Records in Japanese Institutional Repositories using Crossref REST API

Chifumi Nishioka, Jun-ichi Onami, Kazutsuna Yamaji

National Institute of Informatics, Japan



URNs as persistent identifiers for repositories: resolution services and user networks

Jyrki Ilva, Emma Pietarila, Ulriika Vihervalli

National Library of Finland, Finland



Data Repository Integration Strategies with the Aid of Persistent Identifiers in the BrCris Project

Washington Luís Ribeiro de Carvalho Segundo1, Thiago Magela Rodrigues Dias2, Patricia da Silva Neubert3, Fábio Lorensi do Canto3

1: Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil; 2: Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Brazil; 3: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brasil



It already knows! A prototype PID-optimised workflow for a repository

Rory McNicholl, Will Fyson, Eleanor Dumbill

CoSector, University of London, United Kingdom

Presentations: Supporting Local Communities
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 1
Chair: Katarina Wiberg, National Library of Sweden
 

DIKSHA: A Living Repository for Community-Centered Education in India

Ajita Deshmukh

MIT-ADT University, India



Bridging Information Gaps in African Communities: Leveraging Open Repositories for Inclusive Knowledge Access

Wisdom Sefakor Ankora

WACREN, Ghana



The Void of Open Repositories and Its Impact on Marginalised Societies: A Case of Women Marketeers in Makululu Compound, Kabwe, Zambia

MPUNDU CHILONGA

KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY, Zambia



Uplifting Underrepresented Communities: Open Repositories as Tools for Empowerment in Kenya

Shabbir Hussain, Hozefa Ramgadwala

Aljamea tus Saifiyah, Kenya

Presentations: Supporting Research Transparency
Location: Brevsorterarsalen 3
Chair: Katie Mika, Harvard University
 

Enhancing Transparency through Creative Commons licenses: Examining the Social, Technical, and Legal Infrastructures of Open Heritage and GLAMs in Pakistan (This proposal is the part of creative commons’ open culture platform activity fund, 2023. https://creativecommons.org/2023/05/03/open-culture-platform-activity-fund-winners-2023/).

Muhammad Imtiaz Subhani1,2, Amber Osman1,2

1: Creative Commons, Pakistan; 2: XploreOpen, Pakistan



Open Research Data Repositories in Promoting Research Transparency and a Sustainable future in Research Data Management

Emily Jeruto Ng'eno

Moi University, Kenya



CORE GPT: Large Language Models for question-answering over open access research

David Pride, Matteo Cancellieri, Petr Knoth

The Open University, United Kingdom

 
7:00pm
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11:00pm
Conference Dinner
Location: Kajskjul 8
Date: Thursday, 06/June/2024
9:00am
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10:30am
24x7: Integrations for Sustainability and Transparency
Location: Drottningporten 1
Chair: Elizabeth Krznarich, DataCite
 

We Can Work It Out: Cross-Functional Collaboration on Repository Strategy

Deb Verhoff

New York University, United States of America



Creating a sustainable open-source repository community with Dataverse

Dieuwertje Bloemen1, Rene Belsø2, Philipp Conzett3

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: DeiC (Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation); 3: UiT The Arctic University of Norway



Transparency of payments for Open Access – Extending the metadata set with contract and payment details

Julia Bartlewski1, Christoph Broschinski1, Gernot Deinzer2, Dirk Pieper1, Bianca Schweighofer2, Colin Sippl2, Lisa-Marie Stein3, Alexander Wagner3, Silke Weisheit2

1: University of Bielefeld, Germany; 2: University of Regensburg, Germany; 3: DESY, Germany



Twenty years of quality assurance: five lessons

Dominic Mitchell

DOAJ, Sweden



Metadata for Creative Commons Licenses to Open Science Repositories: analysis of implementation

Juan Miguel Palma Peña

National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico



A Practice of Science Data Bank on Promote the transparency of research

Lulu JIANG

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



ORCID Global Participation Fund: Improving equity of access to research infrastructure in under-represented regions

Lombe Tembo

ORCID, Zambia

Developer Track Session 3
Location: Drottningporten 2
Chair: Jonas Gilbert, University of Borås
 

Repositories and Computation: Crossover Episode

Maximilian Moser, Martin Weise, Sotirios Tsepelakis, Tomasz Miksa, Andreas Rauber

TU Wien, Austria



The FAIR Signposting Validator

Martin Klein1, James Powell1, Herbert Van de Sompel2

1: Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America; 2: Data Archiving and Networked Services



Persisting complex, hierarchical repository content in an S3 object store

Paul Walk1, Anusha Ranganathan2

1: Antleaf Ltd.; 2: Cottage Labs



The ORA Data Preservation Service – a lightweight, open-source, digital repository solution

Tom Wrobel

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



FAIRiCat: Supporting Discovery of a Repository's Interoperability Affordances

Herbert Van de Sompel1, Martin Klein2, Patrick Hochstenbach3

1: DANS, Austria; 2: Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; 3: Ghent University, Belgium

Presentations: Trends and the Future of Open
Location: Drottningporten 3
Chair: Lisa Lamont, San Diego State University
 

Looking up from the weeds: seeing what's next for OA by learning from the past

Richard David Jones

Cottage Labs, United Kingdom



Sustainable Development Goals in EPrints

Eleanor Dumbill, Will Fyson

CoSector, University of London, United Kingdom



Taking stock of the repository landscape in Europe: survey results and next steps

Kathleen Shearer1, Eloy Rodrigues2, Tamy Nakano1, Natalia Manola2, Martine Pronk3, Vanessa Proudman4

1: COAR, Canada; 2: OpenAIRE, Greece; 3: LIBER, The Netherlands; 4: SPARC Europe, The Netherlands



OpenAIRE guidelines streamlined, modernized and more global

Pedro Príncipe1, André Vieira1, Leonidas Pispiringas2

1: University of Minho, Portugal; 2: OpenAIRE AMKE

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11:00am
Coffee Break
11:00am
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12:00pm
Keynote Speaker Dr. Monica Granados
Location: Drottningporten
Dr. Monica Granados has a PhD in ecology from McGill University. While working on her PhD, Monica discovered incentives in academia promote practices that make knowledge less accessible and has since devoted her career to working in the open science space in pursuit of making knowledge more equitable and accessible. She has worked on open knowledge initiatives with Mozilla, PREreview and the Government of Canada. Monica is now an Assistant Director at Creative Commons working on the Open Climate Campaign promoting open access of climate and biodiversity research.
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Closing Plenary
Location: Drottningporten
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch

 
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