Review of Repository Infrastructure
The objective of this project is to determine how improvements to repository infrastructure can be made across the sector to increase the findability, accessibility, interoperability and re-usability (FAIR) of Australian-funded research outputs.
- Identify an ideal future state including a review of international initiatives such as OpenAire;
- Create a prioritised list of enhancements for findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability.
- Seek feedback from CAUL members and other stakeholders;
- Lead the implementation of changes in Australia as required.
Timing: The project has concluded (undertaken in 2018).
Project lead: Martin Borchert, UNSW
Team members: Andrew Harrison, Monash; Andrew Heath, UQ; Belinda Tiffen, UTS; Janet Fletcher, VUW; Katrina Dewis, UTas; Maude Frances, UNSW; Virginia Barbour, AOASG; Natasha Simons, ANDS (advisory);
CAUL Review of Australian Repository Infrastructure (pdf, 3.27 MB, last modified 22/03/2019)
Research Infrastructure Librarian at Monash University
National Library of Australia
Senior Research Data Management Specialist at Griffith University
Executive Officer at Australasian Open Access Strategy Group
Manager, Digital Library Services and Infrastructure at University of Tasmania
University Librarian at Macquarie University
Last modified 16 March 2020