Content Providers News no. 9
19 June 2021
Upcoming meeting: 7th of October at 14h30 CEST
The OpenAIRE Content Providers Community calls are back after the summer break. Join the upcoming community call on October 7th, and keep updated on the most recent developments in OpenAIRE PROVIDE. The main topic will be the BROKER Service, the OpenAIRE metadata enrichment service, focusing on the most recent novelties with impact for Repository Managers.
The Community calls are open to all OpenAIRE content provider managers and we welcome any feedback from users. The aim of the calls is to provide clear and accurate information on our infrastructure and service developments.
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 novelties on how to subscribe enrichment events
The OpenAIRE Broker service enables repository managers to enrich research artifacts with additional metadata. Through this service, a content provider manager will find additional and missing metadata for their collection, such as PIDs, links to projects, ORCIDs, additional classification subjects, among others. The service is being continuously developed to offer additional metadata enrichments and to improve their performance. This article presents the new approach to deliver the metadata enrichments for content provider managers, which will offer a preview of a set of enrichments and allow the subscription for notifications about new metadata enrichments of their interest.
Join us on the 14th of October for the Provide Session during the OpenAIRE Week
The third day of OpenAIRE week will provide the setting for OpenAIRE in European and global stage of Content Providers.
Know more on how OpenAIRE services are contributing to embed OS into practice
OpenAIRE’s services contribute to implementing Open Science practices and to help repository managers manage and gain more visibility to their research outputs. An example of these contributions is the Serbian use case in explains how the University of Belgrade Computer Centre (RCUB) is taking advantage of OpenAIRE services. They can increase the visibility of Serbian research outputs, ensuring the compatibility of Repositories with OpenAIRE guidelines and enriching research outputs with additional metadata provided by the Broker service.