What’s New? SHARE Notify Team Focuses on Enhancing Metadata During the month of August the SHARE Notify development team has made many incremental improvements to the research metadata collection process in order to produce a data set that will be …continue reading.
What’s New? Recap of SHARE Community Meeting, Summer 2015 SHARE was pleased to host 60 stakeholders—representing libraries, research offices, funding agencies, publishers, and private industry—in Washington, DC, last month for the second SHARE Community Meeting. Julia Lane of the Institute for …continue reading.
Sixty individuals—from universities, corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies—gathered in Washington, DC, Monday–Tuesday, June 22–23, 2015, for the second SHARE Community Meeting. Participants included SHARE Working Group members, SHARE Notify beta participants, technical partners, and other stakeholders. Most of the …continue reading.
What’s New? SHARE Notify Beta Update We are excited to announce that we have collected metadata on more than one million research release events for SHARE Notify. In recent weeks, we have added four new metadata harvesters: Data Dryad, Harvard …continue reading.
What’s New? SHARE Notify Enters Beta SHARE Notify has officially entered beta! We currently have more than 30 metadata providers and will continue to add more as news of SHARE spreads and interest in participating in the project grows. Highlights …continue reading.
Stakeholders in the research enterprise—funding agencies, institutions, and individual researchers—often find it challenging to keep track of new research activities that may be relevant to their work. To make research more widely accessible, discoverable, and reusable, SHARE is launching today …continue reading.
As presented by Judy Ruttenberg and Jeff Spies to the Spring 2015 CNI Membership meeting. Visit the Open Science Framework for the original and updates to this presentation.
What’s New? Launch of SHARE Joint Working Group Over the course of 2014, SHARE greatly benefited from community participation in our four working groups—Workflow, Technical, Repository Community, and Communications. These groups contributed substantially in the following areas: Defining the scope …continue reading.