OxFOS - Open scholarship infrastructures and Sustainability
Open Scholarship, and indeed modern scholarship in general, rely on an increasing number of digital infrastructures to operate, with the expectation is that they will persist as the basis for scholarly practice in the longer term. This session will introduce some different scholarly infrastructures and then discuss how they address sustainability issues. Octopus is populated directly by researchers while CORE is populated by harvesting material from other sources. DataCite works behind the scenes to provide persistent identifiers for datasets and other non-traditional outputs, while CrossRef, among other services, performs a similar function for regular publications.
Date: 17 March 2022, 14:00 (Thursday, 9th week, Hilary 2022)
Venue: Online
Speakers: Neil Jefferies (Open Scholarship Support, Bodleian Libraries), Alex Freeman (Octopus), Balviar Notay (CORE), Petr Knoth (CORE), Ed Pentz (CrossRef), Matt Buys (DataCite), Sarah Stewart (Open Scholarship Support, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)
Organising department: Bodleian Libraries
Organiser: Bodleian Libraries (University of Oxford)
Organiser contact email address: openscholarship@bodleian.ox.ac.uk
Host: Bodleian Libraries (University of Oxford)
Part of: 2022 - Oxford Festival of Open Scholarship
Booking required?: Required
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Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Sarah Humphreys