SHARE intends, with SHARE Notify and any other projects it pursues, to rely on existing standards where available. This means, for example, incorporating the ORCID researcher identification scheme to facilitate the delivery of disambiguated author information. It also means working with …continue reading.
Recent US government initiatives to ensure public access to federally funded research have created a new and timely opportunity for the higher education community to better structure its strategies and systems for managing both data and publications. Independent of how …continue reading.
No. The Clearinghouse for the Open Research of the United States (CHORUS) is a publisher-driven offering proposing to help federal agencies comply with the OSTP directive. CHORUS aims to do so by making a version of articles resulting from federally …continue reading.
The development of solutions that unlock research data for creative reuse is a key tenet of the SHARE project. The promotion of this principle can be evidenced by the inclusion of research data as a “research release event” of which …continue reading.
While the precise business model for SHARE remains a work in progress, there are no plans to charge individual authors or researchers as either producers or consumers of the research release events captured by SHARE Notify. Nor will campuses bear …continue reading.
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