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Taller organizado por los proyectos OpenAIRE2020 y FOSTER+ que tendrá lugar el próximo 24 de octubre en el marco del congreso “ECA - Ecosistemas del Conocimiento Abierto” y se celebrará en la Universidad de Salamanca.
 

24 Octubre 2017

Taller organizado por los proyectos OpenAIRE2020 y FOSTER+ que tendrá lugar el próximo 24 de octubre en el marco del congreso “ECA - Ecosistemas del Conocimiento Abierto” y se celebrará en la Universidad de Salamanca.
 

DI4R 2017 will be held in Brussels, on 30 November - 1 December 2017. It will take place at the Square Meeting Centre, and is organised jointly by EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe. The PC welcomes researchers, innovators, data producers, scientific domain experts, librarians, data science practitioners, service providers, project leaders, policy makers and funders to send proposals for contributions on requirements, developments, success stories and gap analyses in the form of presentations, lightning talks, interactive sessions, posters and demonstrations.

De 30 Noviembre 2017 hasta 01 Diciembre 2017

DI4R 2017 will be held in Brussels, on 30 November - 1 December 2017. It will take place at the Square Meeting Centre, and is organised jointly by EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe. The PC welcomes researchers, innovators, data producers, scientific domain experts, librarians, data science practitioners, service providers, project leaders, policy makers and funders to send proposals for contributions on requirements, developments, success stories and gap analyses in the form of presentations, lightning talks, interactive sessions, posters and demonstrations.

Las infografías de los Vocabularios Controlados de COAR proporcionan una visión general y ayudna a entender los conceptos básicos de los Vocabularios Controlados de COAR. 
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New OpenAire fact sheet for funders interested in monitoring services for their Open Science policies.
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10 Julio 2017

CRIS/RIMS (Current Research Information Systems / Research Information Management Systems) are becoming more and more relevant to monitor research activities and outputs, highlighting strengths and weaknesses of institutional performance and providing insight for budget allocation, collaboration and funding opportunities, etc. Proprietary CRIS are expensive and often compete with Institutional Repositories, draining resources and closing information behind barriers, contrary to the OAI principles.

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