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.
What’s New? SHARE at CNI SHARE presented an update on our progress at the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Fall 2014 Membership Meeting in Washington, DC. Tyler Walters (dean of university libraries at Virginia Tech and SHARE director), Eric Celeste …continue reading.
What’s New? Summary of SHARE Stakeholder Meeting Now Online As we reported in October, more than 60 SHARE working group members, Notification Service prototype participants, technical partners, and other interested parties gathered this fall for a two-day in-person meeting. The …continue reading.
As presented by Tyler Walters, Eric Celeste, and Jeff Spies to CNI, December 2014
As presented by Judy Ruttenberg and Eric Celeste to CASRAI Canada ReConnect14, November 2014.
As presented by Eric Celeste to the DLF Forum, October 2014.
What’s New? SHARE Convenes First Stakeholder Meeting More than 60 SHARE working group members, Notification Service prototype participants, technical partners, and other interested parties gathered earlier this month for a two-day in-person meeting. The event offered an opportunity for stakeholders …continue reading.
What’s New? COS Update on SHARE Notification Service Development The Center for Open Science (COS) has completed the first set of objectives for the SHARE Notification Service prototype. This initial prototype includes content from PLOS, UC eScholarship, DOE PAGES, VTechWorks, …continue reading.
What’s New? Support Grows for SHARE Initiative SHARE is a higher education and research community initiative to ensure the preservation of, access to, and reuse of research outputs. We are pleased that a wide array of stakeholders, including the following …continue reading.
What’s New? SHARE Engages International Initiatives The research ecosystem is global. As SHARE’s project plans advance, SHARE leaders are eager to remain closely engaged with their international counterparts to ensure sufficient alignment in our development for interoperability with repository networks …continue reading.