It has been almost a month since the news broke that international for-profit publisher Elsevier purchased open-access-publishing software company bepress. By now the immediate shock is waning and institutions are considering the implications of what that takeover means for their …continue reading.
The pilot cohort of SHARE curation associates wrapped up its yearlong program this month, with many of the participants presenting their capstone projects on a recent, open, SHARE community call. Projects included improvements to local data-curation and preservation plans and …continue reading.
Developing the Internship In 2016, I (Matthew) was selected as a SHARE curation associate to develop my digital curation skills and enhance the Arizona State University (ASU) repository while contributing to the SHARE initiative. Through this project I helped establish …continue reading.
In This Issue Recalibrating Priorities in the SHARE Road Map SHARE Curation Associates Convene in Atlanta SHARE on the Road Learn More about SHARE Recalibrating Priorities in the SHARE Road Map As we transition to Phase III of SHARE—integration with …continue reading.
Seventeen of the 2016–2017 SHARE curation associates—library professionals interested in digital curation and institutional repositories—gathered on January 24–25 in Atlanta, Georgia, to develop their skills and enhance and build local projects related to SHARE. The SHARE Operations Team and three …continue reading.
Within our continued work to improve SHARE and its platform of tools and services, developers at the Center for Open Science are finalizing efforts to link intellectual works together in SHARE’s recent modeling upgrade. Extending the current capability to filter …continue reading.
In This Issue OSF Preprints: Powered by SHARE Curation Associates Kickoff SHARE on the Road Learn More about SHARE OSF Preprints: Powered by SHARE In September the Center for Open Science (COS) launched OSF Preprints—a free, open source, preprints repository …continue reading.
While this summer’s SHARE Community Meeting was filled with project reports and workshops about the SHARE data set, the days that followed were literally buzzing. On July 14–15, 2016, 35 librarians representing a variety of libraries across the US helped launch …continue reading.
At the July 2016 SHARE Community Meeting held in Charlottesville, Virginia, we announced more details about our new metadata schema and related utilities for SHARE, just released in early September. To recap my previous posts on improvements to the SHARE …continue reading.
In his May 31, 2016, Library Journal article, “Green OA and the Interoperability of Institutional Repositories,” John Parsons interviews Association of Research Libraries program director Judy Ruttenberg about how SHARE is “mapping the metadata muddle” to facilitate finding related research across repositories. …continue reading.