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Friday, November 6 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
SHARE and the Open Science Framework

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SHARE is building a free, open data set about scholarly research activities across their lifecycle. In this session, SHARE and OSF project leaders will discuss ways that libraries and publishers can participate and benefit from an open data set about research activity, and contribute to open practices that benefit the research community. We will update the community on the progress of SHARE Notify, currently processing and freely distributing millions of research release events from sources including ArXiv, Figshare, PLOS, PubMed Central, and a number of institutional repositories. We will share progress on expanding the number of data providers and enhancing those notifications to ensure they are a timely, comprehensive reliable source of data for universities about their own research output.

SHARE is an open source development project led by three higher education associations (ARL, AAU, and APLU) in partnership with the Center for Open Science, a nonprofit technology start-up. The Open Science Framework is a set of tools to enable openness and reduce practical and technical barriers to sharing research, including workspace and persistent identifiers for stages of research activity (e.g., research design, data collection, manuscript versions) Through the SHARE partnership, these tools can be leveraged by and integrated with the unit of the university responsible for long-term stewardship of that complex set of research activities, the library and its institutional repository. Repository managers, collection development librarians, e-resources librarians, standards bodies, publishers and more can all participate in building and benefiting from SHARE.

Speakers
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Judy Ruttenberg

Senior Director of Scholarship and Policy, Association of Research Libraries
Judy Ruttenberg leads ARL’s priority areas of Advocacy & Public Policy and Scholars & Scholarship, with a strong emphasis on open science and open scholarship (including new publishing models), and research data sharing. This work is done in partnership with federal agencies, scholarly communities, and peer associations in the United States, Canada, and internationally. Judy is also involved in ARL’s work advancing universal design and accessi... Read More →
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Andrew Sallans

Partnerships, Collaborations, and Funding Manager, Center for Open Science


Friday November 6, 2015 3:30pm - 4:15pm EST
Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard Center