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.
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.
This month I would like to provide an update on developments around SHARE’s metadata schema. Now, a little over a year since the launch of SHARE Notify, SHARE has captured over 7 million research events. In doing so, we have …continue reading.
This month’s MetaTips is a reflection back on my week at the seventh Research Data Alliance Plenary Meeting (RDA P7) in Tokyo, Japan, three weeks ago. RDA is an international community with a mission to build the social and technical infrastructure …continue reading.
by Rick Johnson and guest coauthor Cynthia Hudson-Vitale To build a comprehensive and useful open data set about research and scholarly activities across their life cycle, SHARE has three principal objectives: 1) increase the number and variety of data providers, …continue reading.
Heading into the new year, it is a good time to pause and reflect on the past year, and look forward to what lies ahead. In 2015, SHARE launched the public beta of SHARE Notify, which generates a feed of …continue reading.
When repository managers or others inquire to SHARE about becoming SHARE Notify data providers, we often hear a few simple questions: 1. What metadata fields are most important for SHARE? 2. Do I need to write software to plug into …continue reading.
In this and and future installments of Rick’s MetaTips I will be sharing advice on how to make your research—whether it’s your own, your institution’s, or your repository’s—more visible through SHARE by improving your metadata… This month’s tip applies primarily …continue reading.