Automation and human curation to enable the preservation, linking, and discovery of research and scholarship - Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Daniel Coughlin, Michael Tribone, Scott Woods - Universität Hamburg
Automation and human curation to enable the preservation, linking, and discovery of research and scholarship
Cynthia Vitale1, Daniel Coughlin1, Michael Tribone1, Scott Woods2
1Pennsylvania State University, United States of America; 2West Arete
Methods, tools, and workflows for discovering, linking, and preserving open access scholarship and research are critical infrastructure for open repositories. With many distributed aggregators of scholarship and research in the University ecosystem, such as Unpaywall, PURE, ETD’s, and others, discovery of this content is not difficult. What is more of a challenge are the local workflows required to integrate these resources into the repository infrastructure. To address this need, the Penn State University Libraries developed a human curated and automation pipeline to discover, claim, and link distributed scholarship. Processes were then created to ingest and preserve these assets within our institutional repository. As a case study for this process, we will be discussing our approach to integrating metadata and open access articles into our repository and linking the articles to distributed data and other related resources.--- Diese Veranstaltungsreihe beinhaltet die Fachvorträge and Keynotes der Open Repositories 2019.