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.
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.
Individuals from around the world have joined forces to form Metadata 2020, a collaboration that advocates for richer, connected, and reusable metadata describing all research outputs. Why? Richer metadata fuels discoverability and innovation. Connected metadata bridges gaps between systems and communities. Reusable metadata …continue reading.
It has been almost a month since the news broke that international for-profit publisher Elsevier purchased open-access-publishing software company bepress. By now the immediate shock is waning and institutions are considering the implications of what that takeover means for their …continue reading.
The May/June 2017 issue of D-Lib Magazine includes an article on SHARE’s schema-agnostic approach to aggregating diverse and distributed metadata about scholarship in order to facilitate discovery and innovation. This issue of D-Lib is devoted to projects related to the …continue reading.
ARL visiting program officer Cynthia Hudson-Vitale recently contributed a post on the Crossref blog about how SHARE uses metadata from Crossref and what future Crossref functionality would be useful for SHARE. Crossref is a not-for-profit membership organization for scholarly publishing, working to …continue reading.
Within our continued work to improve SHARE and its platform of tools and services, developers at the Center for Open Science are finalizing efforts to link intellectual works together in SHARE’s recent modeling upgrade. Extending the current capability to filter …continue reading.
ARL’s partner in SHARE, the Center for Open Science (COS), participated in Open Source Day, Code-a-Thon for Humanity at the annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) in Houston, Texas, on October 21, 2016. The code-a-thon was geared …continue reading.
In This Issue SHARE 2.0 Discovery Interface Launches Rick’s MetaTips: Digging into the SHARE 2.0 Metadata Schema National Digital Stewardship Resident to Embed Data Curation in Scholarly Workflow SHARE Community Convenes in Charlottesville Learn More about SHARE SHARE 2.0 Discovery …continue reading.
At the July 2016 SHARE Community Meeting held in Charlottesville, Virginia, we announced more details about our new metadata schema and related utilities for SHARE, just released in early September. To recap my previous posts on improvements to the SHARE …continue reading.