|The Australian Research Data Commons Party Infrastructure Project (ARDCPIP) was successfully completed in July 2011. This wiki and the documents it provides remain available for reference purposes but users are advised that is is no longer actively maintained.
Current documentation relating to the Trove People Zone is available in Trove Help. Contributors are advised to review this documentation and contact the Trove Support Team with any queries.
Additionally the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) makes available ARDC Party Infrastructure documentation specifically tailored for the research sector at: http://ands.org.au/guides/ardc-party-infrastructure-awareness.html
The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) Party Infrastructure Project is an Australian National Data Service (ANDS) funded project being carried out by the National Library of Australia (NLA). The project will persistently identify Australian researchers and organisations. This will enable a more coherent view of research data collections in the ARDC and their relationships with people and organisations in the innovation system.
Currently researchers and research organisations publicise their data collections and other research outputs using varying forms of name. As a result it is difficult to discover all research outputs produced by a researcher or research organisation and to see their profile.
The Party Infrastructure Project will enable:
The overall approach of the project is to extend the NLA's People Australia infrastructure to deliver a sustainable architecture that can be used to identify researchers and research organisations well into the future.
The objective of the Party Infrastructure project is to:
The Party Infrastructure Project is expected to run for approximately 18 months beginning January 2010. A Project Advisory Group will formally involve key stakeholders from the research sector and provide input into and review all project materials. An Implementers Group will also be established.
Stage 1: Consultation/specification (January 2010 - June 2010)
Stage 2: Development and Implementation (July 2010 - June 2011)
|Version 1.0 (Final)||27 August 2010||Microsoft Word / PDF|
|Version 0.3||29 July 2010||Microsoft Word / PDF|
|Version 0.2|| 21 July 2010
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|Version 0.1|| 16 June 2010
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