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.
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.
The SHARE team is currently postponing the development of most harvesters for new metadata providers to SHARE in order to undergo a thorough review of SHARE’s technical architecture. The review will inform development of the next iteration of SHARE’s application …continue reading.
At the spring 2017 meeting of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) in Philadelphia, a small group of ARL member representatives and several guests discussed SHARE’s transition to a self-supporting community initiative. Designees from eight libraries, on behalf of their …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.
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.
Developers at the Center for Open Science working on the SHARE project are constantly looking for ways to improve SHARE’s highly variable metadata about scholarly and research activity. One challenging task is to add subject areas so that users can …continue reading.