Metadata Stores Profiles: Flinders University

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Recorded 16th March 2012. During a noisy lunch break at the ReDBox Community Day, Amanda Nixon spoke to Simon Pockley (ANDS) about the Flinders University Metadata Stores Project - reloaded on the 29th June 2012.
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I'm Amanda Nixon are from flinders university and I work in the live I think it's important to say that to
begin with in the library we didn't have a project the original adds projects blenders were based in two faculties so what director researchers so that's fantastic we had director researcher engagement in order to build communication between those projects and to have more of a centralized overview of them we set up a steering committee for an advisory group was called and the library was invited onto that so that's where I came in although I did get to sort of talk a little bit about the original setup of some of the project proposals it enabled communication so
that people weren't just written by the results we have the data capture program that was respected former meta data store the other two projects were dependent on the metadata stop so it was important to have a level of coordination it was also terrific to get other stakeholders involved that may not have been involved at the law that all actually doing the work in the project so we have a research officer hoped we had what was then the acting pro vice-chancellor of icts so the library was there we had a lot of people who needed to be there in the room to talk about it what ultimately happened through that process is that started to drive a wider in research agenda at Flinders was a good place to start up
some ideas which then started to percolate outside of that an advisory group it ended up in a proposal to set up an area of and pep responsibility for in research have a coordinating role with all those existing resources that were already in the institution flinders like many or most other institutions already spent a lot of resources into supporting in research we already had plans computer we had collaboration groups we had the demand there but we didn't have one place that could bring your things together and encourage use of those resources more wildly across the institution in a researcher Flinders
that where responsibility for the metadata stores project so we're hoping that within that year to set up hopefully are very useful with a load uptake research data management planning tool that will lead through into redbox that's a chosen metatarsal solution and then because we've got that wider agenda start looking at other storage options as well so the work that's happening with redbox is informed by stuff that we're also looking at in terms of our DSi a local node other storage options as well so it's not just concentrating on what we're doing the metadata it's also going into a wider storage solution as well for researchers so we chose red
box because it was a standalone solution we were coming at it from a small project not a sexualized project in a faculty or something you can stand alone and then we give me a ring email me