OpenAIRE and EMBRC teams collaborate to ease the activity of tracking research outputs of the EMBRC infrastructure and provide statistics and indicators useful for reporting, for monitoring the impact of EMBRC in the research landscape and its contribution to Open Science.
OpenAIRE offers a MONITOR dashboard with a set of configurable indicators and the tools required to define the identification criteria of research products accountable to the infrastructure. The metadata records of the identified products will be made openly available via the OpenAIRE API and via Zenodo as a dump in json format.
EMBRC is responsible for the definition of the identification criteria using the tools provided by OpenAIRE and for the validation of the outcome of the text mining algorithm developed by the OpenAIRE team.
EMBRC will use the MONITOR dashboard for tracking/reporting purposes, providing to the OpenAIRE team any useful feedback on functionality and possible enhancements.
WHEN – November 18th 14:00 - 16:00 CET (For OpenAIRE AMKE Members only)
The aim of this internal workshop, for OpenAIRE AMKE members only, is to collect and share information about the various initiatives related with Open Science monitoring and indicators that are being developed and planned in several European countries, and to discuss which can be the role of OpenAIRE on this area.
You can register for the workshop here:Registration Form
OpenAIRE supports the Open Access and Open Science policies of funders like The Research Council of Norway (RCN) by aggregating information from a range of data providers (including research funders, publication repositories, data repositories, Open Access publishers, CRISs) in order to link projects, authors, institutions, funding information, publications, data-sets, and other resource output types. From these links, OpenAIRE’s information space can be queried to provide value-added services for funders, researchers, and repositories. Inferred information then used to enrich the original metadata record of the publication and made publicly available via the OpenAIRE portal [https://www.openaire.eu/]. With this information, OpenAIRE can offer funders like RCN a unique view of the scientific outputs that derive from their funding.