Open Journal Systems (OJS) sets new standards to achieve OpenAIRE compliance with JATS

Guest post by Antti-Jussi Nygård (Federation of Finnish Learned Societies), Dr. Katja Mruck (Center for Digital Systems at Freie Universität Berlin) ​Open Journal Systems (OJS, is an open source journal management and publishing system, developed by the Public Knowledge Project (PKP, Around 10,000 journals worldwide and over a thousand journals published in Europe use Open Journal Systems. The latest major version OJS 3 was released in 2016, and sin...

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Providing Finnish national Publication Data to OpenAIRE – Case VIRTA

This text was written by Joonas Nikkanen (CSC – IT Center for Science, Finland) and Jochen Schirrwagen (Bielefeld University Library, Germany) Efficient dissemination and visibility of research results across scientific communication infrastructure boundaries is closely linked to the definition of standards for the description of scientific information and communication protocols. Metadata should be as complete and consistent as possible, as its quality is also part of the services that build up...

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Guidelines for the scientific content providers in EOSC-hub

Simple steps to make research discoverable and re-usable The emerging EOSC ecosystem will unquestionably require a minimum set of interoperability metadata to ensure basic discoverability, navigation and accessibility between systems. The OpenAIRE Guidelines allow content providers in EOSC to expose metadata about their research products in a uniform, broadly accepted format, thereby maximizing their accessibility, interoperability, findability, and support of reproducibility according to F...

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