Systems for the National Repository Platform (NRP)
22 November 2023
2:00 PM – 3:15 PM
This course is held in the Czech language.
Annotation: In the first part, the seminar aims to explain what a repository is and how it works, why data should be stored in a repository, how to fill in metadata, licensing information, versioning, citations, and more. We will also introduce the systems that will form the core implementations of NRP: CLARIN-DSpace, ASEP-ARL, and CESNET-Invenio. Before the final discussion, we will present the overall architecture and development plans of the NRP.
Benefit for participants: Participants get information that will help them understand the issues of building a National Repository Platform from the perspective of a future user and partly also a repository manager.
Prerequisites: The workshop is mainly addressed to active members of EOSC-CZ working groups and scientists working with data.
Tutors: David Antoš (NRP Technical Architecture), Pavel Straňák (Repositories, CLARIN-DSpace), Miroslav Šimek (Invenio Platform), Jana Doleželová (ASEP/ARL Data Repository)
David Antoš is the Head of the Data Storage Department at CESNET. He leads the National Data Infrastructure Architecture working group within EOSC-CZ, which is responsible for the design and architectural oversight of the implementation of the National Data Infrastructure.
Pavel Straňák is a researcher at the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University. As the scientific secretary of the LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ research infrastructure, he has contributed to creating several freely available datasets in the LINDAT-Clarin repository.
Miroslav Šimek is the architect of the National Metadata Directory and has been working in data exchange formats between systems since the beginning of the century.
Jana Doleželová is employed at the Library of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, where she works on developing the ASEP repository, which offers authors from the Academy of Sciences long-term and secure data archiving.