SHARE representatives and enthusiasts continue to spread the word about uses for SHARE’s free, open, data set that describes and links to research and scholarly activities of all kinds. Check out the SHARE presentations below. Members of the SHARE team …continue reading.
As we transition to Phase III of SHARE—integration with other systems—the Operations Team and the SHARE development team at the Center for Open Science (COS) are devoting more resources to supporting products that solve urgent needs for organizations within the …continue reading.
SHARE 2.4.0—February 10, 2017 Updated how source icons are stored, and can now store and display icons for push sources as well. Show contributors in cited order on detail page. SHARE 2.3.0—February 2, 2017 Improved Elasticsearch mappings. Searching without specifying …continue reading.
In This Issue SHARE: Infrastructure for Open Scholarship Applying the Open Science Framework to the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project SHARE to Host Open Community Calls How SHARE Uses Crossref Metadata to Make Scholarship Accessible SHARE on the Road Learn More …continue reading.
ARL visiting program officer Cynthia Hudson-Vitale recently contributed a post on the Crossref blog about how SHARE uses metadata from Crossref and what future Crossref functionality would be useful for SHARE. Crossref is a not-for-profit membership organization for scholarly publishing, working to …continue reading.
SHARE representatives and enthusiasts continue to spread the word about uses for SHARE’s free, open, data set that describes and links to research and scholarly activities of all kinds. Check out the SHARE presentation below. Members of the SHARE team …continue reading.
It is with great excitement that we announce SHARE will now host quarterly calls that are open to the whole community. As SHARE continues to enhance the data set and move towards active integration into the scholarly infrastructure, an open …continue reading.
This month I would like to highlight exciting developments in the use of the Open Science Framework (OSF) in my work with a history research group at George Washington University (GW), the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project (ERPP). This work is …continue reading.
The December 2016 issue of College & Research Libraries News features an article by SHARE co-lead Judy Ruttenberg that highlights SHARE’s role in supporting two recent developments in research and scholarship: (1) sharing research findings faster through discipline-based preprint services and (2) elevating contextual …continue reading.
In This Issue Center for Open Science Team at Grace Hopper Code-a-Thon Works on SHARE Learning Skills and Scheduling Meetings: The Humble Beginnings of a Digital Stewardship Residency Rick’s MetaTips: Linking Related Intellectual Works in SHARE SHARE on the Road …continue reading.