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Content Providers News no. 12
18 January 2021
Mark your calendar and save the dates of the upcoming calls
Since 2019 the OpenAIRE Content Providers have been held on a monthly basis every first Wednesday at 14:30 CET. In 2021 we will continue with the Community Calls for Content Providers, and the first call will take place on February 3rd. Please mark your calendar and save the dates of the upcoming calls: February 3rd, March 3rd, April 7th, May 5th, June 2nd, July 7th.
The aim of the calls is to provide clear and accurate information on our infrastructure and service developments. The Community calls are open to all OpenAIRE content provider managers and we welcome any feedback from users. 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 access the metadata enrichments
The Broker service offers a wealth of information on scholarly communication data, with the aim of enriching the repository metadata records. This service has been improved to meet the user needs, such as improving the user interface and the new types of metadata enrichments. Due to the continuous increase of the information generated by the Broker, the new developments were focused on the service scalability, ensuring its reliability and response to the increased amount of information generated by the OpenAIRE Research Graph. Access to your repository dashboard and find out what interests you and subscribe to enrich your records.
Learn how the EC uses the OpenAIRE API to get the up-to-date list of research outputs
The OpenAIRE Research Graph collects metadata records from a variety of open and authoritative content providers, interlinks information by using a semantic graph database approach, and re-distributes enriched information via brokering services and APIs. The EC Participant Portal accesses the OpenAIRE API to get the up-to-date list of research outputs of each H2020 project, allowing project managers to accept or reject the publication items suggested by OpenAIRE and incrementally curate the official report.