In This Issue Jeffrey Spies to Depart Center for Open Science to Focus on SHARE, Other Opportunities SHARE v3: Rebooting the Metadata-Harvesting Framework, Metadata-Editing Pipeline Integrating Digital Humanities into the Web: Workshop Surfaces Ideas to Enhance Discovery Learn More about …continue reading.
Jeffrey Spies, SHARE’s co-director and the original architect of both SHARE and the Open Science Framework (OSF), will be leading a redesign of SHARE’s core technology over the coming months as an independent partner. Joining Jeff in this effort will …continue reading.
In This Issue Center for Open Science Launches New Preprint Services: Arabixiv and Frenxiv Integrating Digital Humanities into the Web with SHARE: Project Update SHARE Technical Improvements Learn More about SHARE Center for Open Science Launches New Preprint Services: Arabixiv …continue reading.
The Center for Open Science (COS) has launched two new preprint services powered by SHARE to provide free, open access, open source archives for the Arab and French research communities. Arabixiv and Frenxiv are preprint services built on COS’s flagship platform, the Open Science Framework (OSF), which …continue reading.
The SHARE developers have enhanced SHARE over the past few months, by back-harvesting a variety of metadata providers, and by implementing minor feature improvements and bug fixes in two SHARE releases (v2.13.0 in December 2017 and v2.14.0 in January 2018). …continue reading.
The project team for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Advancement Grant “Integrating Digital Humanities into the Web of Scholarship with SHARE” has begun its work exploring ways to use SHARE to make digital humanities (DH) projects more discoverable. …continue reading.
2017 in Review In 2017, SHARE formed a new Stakeholder Committee, chaired by Tyler Walters, dean of libraries at Virginia Tech. The committee is looking at SHARE’s institutionally focused use case under development as TritonSHARE—including what kind of strategic and …continue reading.
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.