In This Issue Calling All Digital Humanists! Make Your Work More Visible, Citable, Discoverable Richard Poynder’s Open Access Interview Series Features Judy Ruttenberg on SHARE ARL National Digital Stewardship Residency Concludes with Release of OSF Toolkit Center for Open Science, …continue reading.
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and Center for Open Science (COS) need your help to understand how libraries can make digital humanities (DH) projects more visible, citable, and discoverable on the web. Please take the following survey by November 30, and circulate …continue reading.
Association of Research Libraries (ARL) program director for SHARE, Judy Ruttenberg, recently talked with journalist Richard Poynder for his Open Access Interviews series. Poynder begins, “When the open access movement began it was focused on solving two problems—the affordability problem …continue reading.
The Center for Open Science (COS) and EarthArXiv launched this week a new preprint service powered by SHARE to provide free, open access, open source archives for the earth sciences. EarthArXiv is the 15th community preprint service built on COS’s flagship platform, …continue reading.
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has released a toolkit to support the deep engagement of librarians in the creation and management of digital scholarship. Developed by Megan Potterbusch, the toolkit is the outcome of Potterbusch’s yearlong National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) hosted by …continue reading.
In This Issue Matthew Harp, Joanne Paterson Named Visiting Program Officers for SHARE Humanities Project Center for Open Science Launches New Preprint Services, Thesis Commons Metadata 2020 Collaboration to Advocate for Better Data about Research SHARE on the Road Learn …continue reading.
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has appointed Matthew Harp and Joanne Paterson as visiting program officers for a SHARE project to help make online, scholarly works in the humanities more findable and usable, sparking further discovery and learning. Digital humanities scholarship …continue reading.
Last month the Center for Open Science (COS) announced two major developments of interest to our communities. The OSF Preprints platform, powered by SHARE, added six new preprint services to accelerate dissemination of research: INA-Rxiv, the preprint server of Indonesia; LISSA, …continue reading.
Individuals from around the world have joined forces to form Metadata 2020, a collaboration that advocates for richer, connected, and reusable metadata describing all research outputs. Why? Richer metadata fuels discoverability and innovation. Connected metadata bridges gaps between systems and communities. Reusable metadata …continue reading.
In This Issue In Service of Digital Stewardship: Collaborating with Researchers and Building Trust Recommendations for Curating Digital Commons Metadata for SHARE NEH Awards ARL Grant to Integrate Digital Humanities into Scholarly Web with SHARE Open Access Platforms Are Key …continue reading.