Lambert Heller
ICSTI 2015: ITOC workshop on Open Science and Open Data
July 4th, 2015
Data sovereignity for researchers, o...
About me
22
• I’m working for academic libraries since 2004.
• 2013 I kicked off TIB “Open Science Lab”, a small
interdisc...
A person-centric view on research metadata
3
„Profile“ view supports competition & collaboration
Researcher	
  
Iden,ty	
 ...
Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches
• Target audience: Publishers, orgs & individuals
• Value proposition:Disa...
Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches
• Target audience: Individual researchers
• Value proposition:Conveniently...
Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches
• Target audience: Research administration
• Value proposition:Analyse, re...
Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches
• Target audience: Research admins & individuals
• Value proposition:Publi...
Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches
• Target audience: Research admins & individuals
• Value proposition:Publi...
Scholarly profiles: What young researchers look for
9
Some results from my DHI Paris workshop last month
Prototype Open Science VIVO beta
10
Harvested data – researchers are fully in control of data
Prototype Open Science VIVO beta
11
Interactive visualizations, e.g. co-authorship graphs
Prototype Open Science VIVO beta
12
Visualizations for research administration purposes
Next: TIB VIVO
13
New: Visualizations of author – title – keyword triples
Background: Everything is modelled in RDF triples
14
Example: Person – authorship (role) – article
What else do we do with VIVO?
• ...invite for a much anticipated first german workshop
for VIVO users on September 9th thi...
Some questions and challenges
• ...all CRIS subjects and objects have PIDs, including
objects and relations that are insti...
Thank you for your attention!
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  1. 1. Lambert Heller ICSTI 2015: ITOC workshop on Open Science and Open Data July 4th, 2015 Data sovereignity for researchers, open data for everyone – the VIVO approach to CRIS
  2. 2. About me 22 • I’m working for academic libraries since 2004. • 2013 I kicked off TIB “Open Science Lab”, a small interdisciplinary team. • Context: Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 • The net enables research to be more open and collaborative. Together with researchers communities, we examine and cultivate new opportunities. Last not least: Which specific problems may libraries help to solve? • More: @Lambo and http://biblionik.de/about-me/
  3. 3. A person-centric view on research metadata 3 „Profile“ view supports competition & collaboration Researcher   Iden,ty   Research   products   Social   graph(s)   Impact   data   Research   area(s)   Ins,tu,onal   role(s)  
  4. 4. Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches • Target audience: Publishers, orgs & individuals • Value proposition:Disambiguate authors & aggregate info on one hub available to all • Business model: Multi-stakeholder operation • Data reusability: High 4 1. ORCID
  5. 5. Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches • Target audience: Individual researchers • Value proposition:Conveniently reach out & connect on the web • Business model: Commercial service • Data reusability: Low 5 2. ResearchGate, academia.edu et al
  6. 6. Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches • Target audience: Research administration • Value proposition:Analyse, report & manage your institutional research portfolio • Business model: Commercial software & services • Data reusability: Low (often not even on public web) 6 3.a TR Converis, Elsevier Pure and similar CRIS
  7. 7. Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches • Target audience: Research admins & individuals • Value proposition:Publish & connect academic institutions’ profile data • Business model: Open source software & standards • Data reusability: High (complements or even replaces 3.a) 7 3.b VIVO & other Linked Open Data based profiles
  8. 8. Scholarly profiles: Three and a half approaches • Target audience: Research admins & individuals • Value proposition:Publish & connect academic institutions’ profile data • Business model: Open source software & standards • Data reusability: High (complements or even replaces 3.a) 8 3.b VIVO & other Linked Open Data based profiles Hint: Next week I‘ll publish a more detailed version of this comparison on the LSE „impact of social sciences“ blog.
  9. 9. Scholarly profiles: What young researchers look for 9 Some results from my DHI Paris workshop last month
  10. 10. Prototype Open Science VIVO beta 10 Harvested data – researchers are fully in control of data
  11. 11. Prototype Open Science VIVO beta 11 Interactive visualizations, e.g. co-authorship graphs
  12. 12. Prototype Open Science VIVO beta 12 Visualizations for research administration purposes
  13. 13. Next: TIB VIVO 13 New: Visualizations of author – title – keyword triples
  14. 14. Background: Everything is modelled in RDF triples 14 Example: Person – authorship (role) – article
  15. 15. What else do we do with VIVO? • ...invite for a much anticipated first german workshop for VIVO users on September 9th this year • ...match the upcoming official german CRIS standard „Kerndatensatz Forschung“ with VIVO ontologies • ...advice & collaborate with institutes from Leibniz Association, maybe towards a large-scale VIVO based aggregation of german researcher profiles. • Ina Blümel (eScience professor HsH Hannover) leads our VIVO development efforts with students, thereby growing a new generation of „linked data librarians“. 15 Currently, we...
  16. 16. Some questions and challenges • ...all CRIS subjects and objects have PIDs, including objects and relations that are institution-specific? (cf. Den Haag Manifesto 2011) • ...project ideas, grant proposals, running projects etc. can be well represented in a scholarly profile? („Realtime information“ on a researchers activity) • ...small contributions and conversations scattered all over the web are timely, automatically captured within a researchers profile? (ORCID OAuth & push API?) 16 How can we make sure that...
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention!

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