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Enhanced interoperability for multiple platforms funded by the OpenAIRE project

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Poster presented at Open Repository 2018, Bozeman, Montana

In December 2017 OpenAIRE has announced an open call for tenders with the aim to seek innovative ideas that will improve the OpenAIRE infrastructure services and/or its overall uptake. 4Science replied to the Lot1 - Repository tools and services to address the lower level of the infrastructure improving interoperability.

We proposed a set of initiatives among the most used open source platforms in the open science ecosystem such as OJS, Dataverse, DSpace and DSpace-CRIS, to adopt emerging standards and protocols and increase the interoperability of such platforms with the OpenAIRE infrastructure.

[Approval is pending and due on 15th January 2018. As soon as approved or rejected, we will update the present abstract with details about the proposed improvements]

The project runs from 1st February to 15th May, the poster aims to showcases the produced results giving the relevant information to all the institutions that want to benefit of the produced code released as open source on GitHub and proposed to the respective communities for inclusion in the next official releases.

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Enhanced interoperability for multiple platforms funded by the OpenAIRE project

  1. 1. Enhanced interoperability for multiple platforms funded by the OpenAIRE project Andrea Bollini, Claudio Cortese, Susanna Mornati - 4Science, Italy

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