The OpenAIRE data providers network is growing!
The OpenAIRE information space continues its impressive record of growth. The OpenAIRE portal now includes almost 14 million Open Access publications and 16,800 datasets from almost 700 OpenAIRE compatible data providers. The number of data providers is constantly growing. We had over 120 new data providers joining us in 2015 and almost one hundred revalidated. Check out the OpenAIRE compatible data providers list: www.openaire.eu/search/data-providers.
The following are among the newest OpenAIRE data providers that contributed to increase the number of documents in the OpenAIRE information space.
- Institutional or Repositories:
- UPCommons. Portal del coneixement obert de la UPC with 61042 Open Access publications.
- ASEP – Repository of the Czech Academy of Sciences
- Hal-Diderot (Universite Paris Diderot - Paris 7) with 11992 Open Access publications.
- Roderic – Universitat de València with 29774 Open Access publications.
- Juelich Shared Electronic Resources with 8320 Open Access publications.
- tuprints - TU Darmstadt publication service with 2901 Open Access publications.
- University of Southern Denmark with 1602 Open Access publications.
- SciVie (thematic repository) with 1386 Open Access publications.
- Afyon Kocatepe Üniversitesi Açık Erişim Sistemi with 1375 Open Access publications.
- HSRR – Hertie School Research Repository with 1204 Open Access publications.
- University of Innsbruck Digital Library with 1088 Open Access publications.
- GSI repository with 1033 Open Access publications.
- OpenEdition - Centre for Open Electronic Publishing with 179867 Open Access publications.
- MDPI – Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute with 45350 Open Access publications.
- UTS ePRESS with 2011 Open Access publications.
- Ubiquity Press Journals: Data Science Journal, Journal of Interactive Media in Education, Journal of Molecular Signaling, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication.
- Copernicus Journals: Fossil Record, Advances in Radio Science, Geographica Helvetica, Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems, Primate Biology, SOIL
Check out the following OpenAIRE presentations highlighting figures of some new data providers in 2015:
- October/December 2015 - www.slideshare.net/OpenAIRE_eu/new-openaire-data-providers-some-of-the-most-recent-from-october-to-december-2015
- July/September 2015 - www.slideshare.net/OpenAIRE_eu/new-openaire-data-providers-some-of-the-most-recent-from-july-to-september-2015
- May/June 2015 - www.slideshare.net/OpenAIRE_eu/latest-10-new-openaire-data-providers
Participation makes sense: Join the network.OpenAIRE collects any OA peer-reviewed scholarly publications, preferably with links to funding information (e.g. EC and national funding schemes). Non-OA material is accepted if it has links to funding information.
What are the benefits of joining the network?
- It makes sense to be part of an interoperable European OA network. Make research more visible.
- Open Access mandates are on the rise. Adding funding information to records makes sense in the long-term.
OpenAIRE also offers:
- Knowledge extraction services - to enrich metadata records with links to other research outputs.
- Text-mining services - OpenAIRE can identify funding information, treating all records confidentially.
- OpenAIRE’s APIs - machine access to aggregated and enriched bibliographic metadata and project information, support for DSpace and EPrints platforms: http://api.openaire.eu.
- Addons, Patches and Plugins - are available for standard platforms: www.openaire.eu/repmanager-guide.
+ info here: https://www.openaire.eu/intro-data-providers
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