SHARE’s open data about research releases and its open API are meant to encourage innovation in the scholarly and research communities. We hope many people will build projects using SHARE. Below are examples of such projects.
You can set up feeds to receive notifications upon the release of research matching specified criteria, such as creator, topic, funder, data set, or publication. To create a feed, search the data set with your search terms and, on the results page, click the Atom feed symbol (amplification logo) to the right of the search box.
Integrating Digital Humanities into the Web of Scholarship with SHARE
In August 2017, the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) received a $75,000 Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to investigate the value SHARE could have for digital humanities scholars. The project explored how scholars promote discovery of their own digital humanities work, and how they find digital scholarship or its components for their own use. The team published a white paper in November 2019 describing the project activities and what the team learned.
The Center for Open Science (COS) launched OSF Preprints: The Open Preprint Repository Network in September 2016. OSF Preprints is powered by the SHARE database and API, including search results from arXiv, PeerJ, Research Papers in Economics, and others, in addition to the branded preprint services hosted by COS (PsyArXiv, SocArXiv, and engrXiv).