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Why now COAR Community Framework?

Why now COAR Community Framework?

2021/4/27 Asia OA seminar series (3rd)
"Balancing good practices with inclusivity: COAR Community Framework for Good Practices in Repositories"

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April 30, 2021
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  1. Why now COAR Community Framework? Yasuyuki Minamiyama JPCOAR, National Institute

    of Informatics Research Center for Open Science and Data Platform ORCiD ID:0000-0002-7280-3342
  2. Asia OA seminar series (3rd): Japan 2 Today’s webinar title:

    Balancing good practices with inclusivity: COAR Community Framework for Good Practices in Repositories Thanks for Asia Core member!
  3. What is JPCOAR? 3 Training Working Group Community Empowerment Working

    Group Research Data Working Group Steering Committee Contents Working Group JPCOAR: Japan Consortium for Open Access Repository (2016.7- ) A nationwide community in Japan https://jpcoar.repo.nii.ac.jp/ 662member institutions (as of 2021.3)
  4. Background: Trustworthy Data Repositories 4 Efforts to develop trustworthy data

    repositories criteria are spreading internationally Ref: Figure 1. Evolution of Instruments for Assessing Trustworthy Data Repositories. http://doi.org/10.5334/dsj-2021-001
  5. Point at issue about repository criteria 5 01 02 03

    Most of existing evaluation criteria based on domain-specific repository practices Have different philosophies and/or concepts than institutional repositories Recent movement by publishers have been promoted to this situation Ref: Repository Features to Help Researchers: An invitation to a dialogue (formerly Data Repository Selection: Criteria That Matter) https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4084762
  6. Recent topic: Joint position statement 6 https://www.coar-repositories.org/news-updates/joint-position-statement-on-data-repository- selection-criteria-that-matter/ “COAR and

    many others have published concerns about the selection criteria to raise awareness of their potential harm in the community” Example: * It threatens to exclude many repositories and limit options for researchers
  7. For the proper evaluation of institutional repositories 7 We need

    own framework that is consistent with the philosophy / concept of institutional repositories
  8. Features of COAR community framework 8 For more information from

    OpenAIRE interview: Kathleen Shearer on COAR's newest community framework https://www.openaire.eu/kathleen-shearer-on-coar-s-newest-community-framework It was developed and vetted with a wide community of stakeholders including smaller repos Diversity A lot of other frameworks were developed specifically for a certain type of content (e.g. research data) Content agnostic It is based on other recommendations and frameworks Standardized
  9. Next step: Our approach 9 Step 1 Step 2 Step

    3 Release of Japanese translation Embodiment and implementation of the framework Analysis and improvement based on the practice Done Ongoing Planning Talked by: Koh Sugawara Talked by: Masashi Kawai