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Nov 28, 2022

GoTriple ensures the discoverability of social sciences and humanities (SSH) resources, facilitates collaborations and works systematically to improve access to open content and resources across disciplinary and language boundaries.

The new collaboration between the OpenAIRE and TRIPLE teams aims to select through the OpenAIRE Research Graph a vast number of open scholarly SSH resources, such as research data and publications and include them in the GoTriple platform. 

The GoTriple platform is in the making. Its goal is to serve as a single access point for all SSH-relevant stakeholders (researchers, universities, libraries, citizens and service providers)  to find and reuse SSH resources easily, learn more about current and past projects, connect with people and serve the SSH community across Europe. 

Up to now, there are 199.963 documents, including publications and datasets from OpenAIRE on GoTriple. 

"This MoU is a step more in the fruitful collaborations between OPERAS and OpenAIRE; especially in the perspective of publishing qualitative research outputs to facilitate their discovery and the building of cooperation all over Europe and across disciplines." Suzanne Dumouchel, TRIPLE Project & Scientific Coordinator

"This collaboration enlightens the Social Science and Humanities scholarly resources from the OpenAIRE Research Graph in the GoTriple platform.  We together envision a hub where researchers can better access larger research contents and reuse them, increasing the SSH community collaboration. Commitment, action, and change towards multilingualism and inclusivity of different types of research products are of key value for OpenAIRE" Natalia Manola, OpenAIRE CEO 

About TRIPLE: At the heart of the TRIPLE project is the development of an innovative multilingual and multicultural discovery platform for the social sciences and humanities (SSH), called GoTriple. It will provide a single access point that allows you to explore, find, access and reuse materials such as literature, data, projects and researcher profiles at European scale. The TRIPLE project is financed under the Horizon 2020 framework with approx. 5.6 million Euros for a duration of 42 months (2019–2023). It will be one of the dedicated services of OPERAS, the Research Infrastructure supporting open scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities in the European Research Area. TRIPLE consists of a consortium of 19 partners from 13 European countries and is coordinated from France by Huma-Num.

About OpenAIRE Nexus: The Horizon 2020 OpenAIRE-Nexus project, a consortium of 11 partners, brings in Europe, EOSC and the world a set of services to implement and accelerate Open Science and tools to embed in researchers' workflows, making it easier for them to accept and uptake Open Science practices of openness and FAIRness.

About OpenAIRE: OpenAIRE is a Non-Profit Partnership, established in 2018 as a legal entity, OpenAIRE AMKE, to ensure a permanent open scholarly communication infrastructure and support research in Europe and beyond. OpenAIRE is making Open Science happen. Collectively and in practical ways. Its fields of expertise and activities include services, policies and training. Operating since 2009, OpenAIRE is an integral part and a leading force behind the European Open Science Cloud developments.