ReDBox DLC and the Research Activity Portal

 

Mr Gavin Kennedy1

1QCIF, St Lucia, Australia

Title ReDBox DLC and the Research Activity Portal
Synopsis The RDS sponsored Research Activity ID (RAiD) is a persistent identifier in the Research Data Life Cycle, linking research activities to researchers, data infrastructure and services. The QCIF team have now integrated the RAiD into the ReDBox platform as a key identifier in its new data management features. This new ReDBox is the platform driving the Research Activity Portal (www.raportal.org.au), a RAiD service that we will demonstrate in this showcase session.
Format of demonstration Live Online Demonstration with short Slide Show
Presenter(s) Gavin Kennedy, Outreach and Engineering Manager, QCIF
Target research community Research Data Management
Statement of Research Impact Through the ReDBox DLC researchers will have a flexible data management platform which gives them multiple channels for acquiring data infrastructure and services, managing data, collaborating around data and services, and publishing data. The RAiD provides a consistent key in ReDBox for tying research activities to people, infrastructure and data.
Request to schedule alongside particular conference session Prefer not to have a lunchtime slot on the Wednesday or Thursday as we will be hosting a ReDBox user community meeting.
Any special requirements Nothing additional. Note that the url given above will be available late next week, but the demonstration version of the portal can be seen at: http://dlcf-test.redboxresearchdata.com.au/

Biography:

Gavin Kennedy is an IT research and solutions expert with over 30 years experience in ICT with the past 17 years in eResearch and ICT research. Gavin is the head of Outreach and Engineering at the Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation (QCIF), where he is responsible for business development as well as leading QCIF’s Software Engineering team, who are the key developers of ReDBox, the popular research data management and publishing platform.

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