An open scholarly communication resource from all to all
The OpenAIRE Research Graph is our new core service which we aspire will bring innovation towards our vision of a global open scholarly communication ecosystem. The graph contains research entities (people, organizations, funders) and outcomes (publications, data, softwaree and other artifacts) all linked together through semi-automated enrichment processes. The graph is a springboard for many of OpenAIRE's emerging services.
404 participants (and yes, it's not the NOT FOUND error) attended our OpenAIRE week 2020 to learn about UNESCO’s recommendations for open science, the developments of the European Open Science Cloud, OpenAIRE's tools services and collaborations and many more. The event left us with a strong message: We can make OpenScience work and we can make it work globally.
Kathleen Shearer on COAR's latest community framework
COAR wants to encourage repositories to adopt good practices and there's a new framework for that. So we spoke with Kathleen Shearer, the confederation's Executive Director, about their latest initiative. What's the motivation behind the framework? Was it well received? Who was involved? Find the answers in this exclusive interview.