Content Providers News no.14
14 May 2021
Upcoming meeting: 3rd of March at 14h30 CET
OpenAIRE runs a series of regular online community calls for all OpenAIRE content provider managers. We welcome any feedback from users. The aim of the calls is to provide clear and accurate information on our infrastructure and service developments.
The main topic of the upcoming meeting will be on the results from the "Enrich Local Data via the OpenAIRE Graph" Project: Bring Innovation to DSpace. Specifically it will be about the integration of the Broker service in DSpace CRIS and DSpace7, developed by 4Science as a result of the Open Innovation Call promoted by OpenAIRE.
The Community calls are open to all OpenAIRE content provider managers and we welcome any feedback from users. This is an opportunity to present and discuss recent developments from OpenAIRE, upcoming releases from the Provide related services and other relevant topics.
Check out the new and updated factsheets
The OpenAIRE Open Science helpdesk services offers a set of diversified materials, to support the community on the usage of OpenAIRE services and to adopt the best practices on Open Science. On the continuous process of updating and creating new materials, we published one new factsheet focused on the OpenAIRE Provide dashboard, and another one was updated, focused on how repositories can join the OpenAIRE network and adopt the guidelines to make their content more visible and/or adhere to the Open Access mandate.
Beyond these materials, you can find a diversified set of support resources to help you on the usage of OpenAIRE services on the adoption of best practices on Open Science, such as guides, use cases, FAQs, webinars and workshops presentations and recordings.
Check out the presentations in English, Spanish and Portuguese
The University of Minho organized the OpenAIRE Week Portugal between 22nd and 26th of February, focused on sharing the results and services of OpenAIRE Open Science infrastructure, as well as its contributions to the EOSC developments.
The session targeting repository managers, titled “OpenAIRE services and guidelines for repositories: EOSC and the future”, counted with distinct presentations, such us the presentation of the OpenAIRE Research Graph and the context of OpenAIRE services in EOSC (presentation in English), and also an overview of PROVIDE services, followed by presentations from the community: the integration of the OpenAIRE guidelines in the Portuguese National Aggregator of Repositories (RCAAP) and their impact, and also three short talks from repository managers demonstrating real use cases on using the OpenAIRE services to manage their collections (RiuNet from Spain, Repositório Comum and Spatientia from Portugal).