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Samvera Partners Call
Friday, January 10th, 2020
11:30 am  |  Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-05:00)  |  1 hr 







Meeting number: 737 192 431 
Meeting password:h9cwrT45




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We want Samvera Community to be a fun, informative, engaging event for all our partners and participants. We've got a few strategies to help make this happen:

    1. We encourage everyone to apply the Samvera community principles of openness, inquiry, and respect in their interactions at the event.

    2. We have officially adopted an Anti-Harassment Policy.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to community helpers 

Date


Facilitator: Richard Green

Note Taker: John Weise

Attendees



Discussion items

  • Additions to today's agenda
  • Next call
    • Friday 14th February 2020
    • Facilitator: Richard Green
    • Notetaker: tbd
  • Staff from the British Library will join us to talk through the joint research database they have developed with a number of partners: National Museums Scotland, Tate, MOLA, British Museum and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The repository is built in Samvera Hyku and was developed in collaboration with Ubiquity Press.
  • Next f2f Partner Meeting:  Emory University, Atlanta - Monday April 27th and Tuesday 28th (to lunchtime). Hotel suggestions and unordered list of discussion topics on the meeting wiki page.
  • Adding contact names/emails to the list of Samvera instances in production and in development, and to the grants page.
  • Anyone going to Code4Lib who could help staff a Samvera table?
  • Ideas for a short presentation (about something innovative) on next month's call? 
  • Anything to bring to Steering's attention? (Standing item)
  • Add additional items here

Notes

  • Additions to today's agenda
  • Next call
    • Friday 14th February 2020
    • Facilitator: Richard Green
    • Notetaker: Dan Coughlin
  • Staff from the British Library will join us to talk through the joint research database they have developed with a number of partners: National Museums Scotland, Tate, MOLA, British Museum and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The repository is built in Samvera Hyku and was developed in collaboration with Ubiquity Press.
    • (this demo was not recorded)
    • Sara Gould and Jenny Basford from the British Library gave this demo
    • this is about... https://iro.bl.uk
    • already had... https://ethos.bl.uk
      • exploring whether Hyku will be suitable to handle all of ethos in the future
    • Independent research organization
    • Decided to have own repo but also on behalf of others. 
    • Launched shared repo process 18 months ago. 
    • With Ubiquity and Hyku
    • Launched live in late November. 
    • Will eventually extend to more organizations.
    • Features
      • search across organizations with items in repo
      • can go also go to each individually
      • support for embargo, including mix of embargoed and public within an item
      • Filter bar – resource type, collection, creator, institution, availability, keyword, language
      • featured collections, recent additions
      • analytics across everything, can also do it for individual organizations
      • Default Hyku with snazzy front end design over the top
    • Specific customizations by Ubiquity, to be eventually contributed back to community
      • created 11 new work types with specific metadata: article, book, dataset, exhibition, report, thesis or dissertation (exploring suitability; support for doctoral partnerships)
      • ISNI, ORCID (for authors and contributors), DOI integrations.
      • clustered metadata — multiple authors contributors –
      • Datacite supported outside of Hyku
      • complex workflows, but works well
      • Repository of Scotland eprints were mapped and imported (huge job/accomplishment) - field mapping and validation was a lot of work. Not within Hyku. Python. Partners are working on a community tool that will be made part of Hyku. Current solution is proprietary - great "Repo-importer" tool (Ubiquity). 
      • Content specific buttons in public interface (e.g. "open in viewer")
    • Feel free to contact BL with questions or more information.
  • Next f2f Partner Meeting:  Emory University, Atlanta - Monday April 27th and Tuesday 28th (to lunchtime). Hotel suggestions and unordered list of discussion topics on the meeting wiki page.
    • New hotel next to Marriot added to wiki this morning.
  • Adding contact names/emails to the list of Samvera instances in production and in development, and to the grants page.
  • Anyone going to Code4Lib who could help staff a Samvera table?
  • Ideas for a short presentation (about something innovative) on next month's call? 
    • UCLA
    •  * Theological Seminary (scrollable timeline)
  • Anything to bring to Steering's attention? (Standing item)
    • steering is meeting face to face at end of January (27-28)


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