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DataCite UK and British Library Update - DataCite UK Summer Client Meeting 2018

Update on recent activities and statistics presented at the DataCite UK Summer Client meeting, hosted by the British Library on July 9th, 2018.

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DataCite UK and British Library Update - DataCite UK Summer Client Meeting 2018

  1. 1. DataCite UK and British Library Update, July 9, 2018 Sarah Stewart, Data Services Specialist The British Library https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9465-4042 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9465-4042
  2. 2. www.bl.uk Theme for 2018: Changes and Growth • New Staff and Growing Team • Statistics • Events • Data Developments at the British Library 2 https://www.flickr.com/photos/sdizzy/3685103860
  3. 3. www.bl.uk New Faces! New Roles! 3 Rachael Kotarski – Head of Research Infrastructure Services Sarah Stewart – Data Services Specialist Data Services Lead Data Services Assistant
  4. 4. www.bl.uk Come Work with Us! 4
  5. 5. www.bl.uk DataCite UK Statistics: DOI Registration • Total DOIs Registered: 1,124,976 of which 1,108,095 are searchable (=98%) • DOIs Registered in 2017: 103,672 • DOIs Registered in 2018 (to date): 53,382 • In June, 2018: 8947 • Since last Summer Client meeting: 105,796 5
  6. 6. www.bl.uk DataCite UK Statistics: Clients • 97 Clients in Total, 3 have joined since last Client Meeting • Welcome to: CREST Consortium Historic England Parliamentary Archives Goodbye to: • BGI GigaScience • MBA/SAFOS merger • 97 Clients assigned at least one DOI per month in June 2018 • Clients = Community! 6
  7. 7. www.bl.uk DataCite UK Statistics: Metadata Schema Use 7 v.3.1.0-3 <v.3.0 v.4.0
  8. 8. www.bl.uk DataCite Metadata Schema Usage (2018) • Four organisations still using early version (v.2.0+) • Of these, one organisation has not assigned any DOIs until last month • Three organisations are using both v.4.0 and v.2.0 • Two organisations are using both v.3.0+ and v.2.0 8
  9. 9. www.bl.uk Time to Update Your Metadata Schema? 9
  10. 10. www.bl.uk DataCite UK gets CLOSER… • CLOSER (Cohort and Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources) • Strong interest in maximizing research impact through data linkage, data harmonisation, and data discovery • Workshop held with members of CLOSER to discuss Persistent Identifiers and how to integrate them into workflows • Identify ways of employing DOIs (and PIDs such as ORCIDs) to make data from longitudinal and cohort studies findable and citable 10
  11. 11. www.bl.uk Core Aims from CLOSER Workshop • Highlight the benefits of using DOIs for enabling citation of and links to data from the CLOSER studies’ datasets • Highlight the impact of the use of DOIs on data management of the studies and their users • Investigate the implications of assigning persistent identifiers to this data and the steps needed to realise the highlighted benefits 11
  12. 12. www.bl.uk Findings and Next Steps for CLOSER • In order to realise the benefits of assigning DOIs to data, some further developments in both research culture and infrastructure will need further development • Consistent policies from funders regarding data citation using DOIs are required • Funders could provide further incentives for data sharing, citation and re-use. Further development of data citation metrics will aid in furthering this aim • Publishers could encourage, or even mandate that researchers provide and use DOI citations, and develop workflows which encourage the uptake of DOIs when publishing data and software. They could also enforce data citation using DOIs • More training is required on how to implement DOIs into workflows for longitudinal data – questions around granularity at which DOIs could be assigned for increased impact 12
  13. 13. www.bl.uk FREYA Ambassadors’ Webinar • Webinar to launch the FREYA Ambassadors’ Programme hosted at the British Library • Included funded partners of FREYA: STFC, PANGAEA, DANS, DataCite and CERN and the British Library • For more info, or to join, contact info@project-freya.eu • https://www.project-freya.eu/en/activities/ambassador-programme 13
  14. 14. www.bl.uk Spotlight on Theses: DataCite UK and EThOS • 6262 Theses to date have a DOI • 1873 Theses in 2017-2018 • 817 in 2018 • 184 in 2009, when EThOS started 14
  15. 15. www.bl.uk British Library’s Research Repository 15 • Pilot repository with Ubiquity Press • Partners: British Museum, Tate, National Museums Scotland, MOLA and British Library • Replacement and implementation of digital preservation system to ensure long-term preservation of increasing digital collections to support future research
  16. 16. www.bl.uk British Library’s Data Strategy “That research data are as integrated into our collections, research and services as text is today.” 16
  17. 17. www.bl.uk What’s on the Horizon? • Follow-up with clients who have not yet minted any DOIs to see how we can help (training, workflows) • Further outreach, both internally and externally, to communicate benefits of DOIs in making data FAIR and DataCite’s mission • Workflows for data and software at the British Library, in conjunction with launch of new repository 17 Photo: S. Stewart
  18. 18. www.bl.uk Thank You! Any Questions? Contact Us: datasets@bl.uk 18