OpenAIRE Research Graph: An intelligent gateway to scholarly communication
The OpenAIRE Research Graph is gradually becoming a key asset of OpenAIRE. We are investing a lot of effort in its development and improvement. Quality, inclusiveness, transparency and open governance are key in our thinking, but underneath all, there is a huge ongoing technical effort for making it robust and usable for discovery and monitoring. Many of our users are asking us to know more about what the graph is about? Why do we need one and what does OpenAIRE Graph bring in? We listened and we compiled a set of key points that will guide the uninitiated and the experts alike into our world. Into our future.
OFSET - OpenAIRE Moodle plugin for the space/geospatial sector
OFSET is a Moodle plugin that uses content from OpenAIRE and ingests it into a dynamic learning platform dedicated to the space/geospatial sector, developed by Planetek within the EO4GEO project. OFSET effectively enables users to use an advanced search engine that makes it possible for them to request information according to their needs, on demand, within the Moodle environment.
It was back in 2018 when OpenAIRE supported the creation of the Open Schools Journal for Open Science for students through the OpenAIRE-Advance H2020 project. The idea flurished and students all over Europe submitted articles on their findings covering a variety of topics and produce many publications available online.
TOPOS - Open science observatory for transport research
In an environemnt where vehicles, smart buildings, sensors, people, co-exist and produce large volumes of data, we need to have transparency and trust around that data. And open science becomes crucial.
The BE OPEN H2020 project, aiming to assist in operationalising open science in transport research in Europe, has created TOPOS, a two-part platform: a forum for national and European stakeholders to exchange ideas and share best practices, and an observatory for organizations to showcase the status and progress of open science uptake in transport research.
NI4OS-Europe H2020 project developed tools that respond to emerging open and FAIR RDM demands of researchers. LCT for researchers: License Clearance Tool and RoLECT for EOSC RoP Legal & Ethics Compliance.
EC and national consortia, the scientific community and industry working at the core of the ‘blue economy’ came together to present ongoing efforts that facilitate the research on blue economy sectors.