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How to link your research records to the OpenAIRE-DARIAH Gateway

Most of the DARIAH affiliated services are not offered through a federated architecture, but instead through in-kind contributions of individual partners (see Kálmán et al. 2019). The OpenAIRE-DARIAH Gateway serves as a dedicated discovery hub to DARIAH-affiliated research outputs of different kinds as it brings them together from dispersed locations, and makes them searchable along different facets such as projects, content types or access conditions.   In case you cannot find your own outputs in the gateway, DARIAH strongly encourages you to contribute to the richness of the OpenAIRE-DARIAH gateway and link your own data sets and other research outputs by following the step-by-step guide below. Step 1: Go to https://dariah.openaire.eu/  and sign up/sign in. Step 2: Click on ‘Link’ → ‘Start linking’. Step 3: Add the DOI (or other PID) or title, author etc. of the resource and then click on ‘Search’.  Step 4: Click on the ‘+’ symbol...

What’s in the EOSC for DARIAH partner institutions?

In this series of blog posts, we outline concrete ways in which scholarly and service provider communities around DARIAH can interact with the EOSC and the value it holds for them. We also summarize the many ways in which DARIAH already contributes to the EOSC. In this second post, we are focusing on what it means for DARIAH national nodes and partner institutions to join/contribute to the EOSC. We share insights on how you can register DARIAH-affiliated services to the EOSC and what are the added values.

Connecting Arts and Humanities to the European open data commons: the OpenAIRE-DARIAH Research Community Gateway

The role of discovery platforms is becoming crucial as we produce an increasing amount of scholarly publications year by year. Not only they serve as a filtering interface (generous or not :-)) to mediate between ourselves, machines and the body of knowledge that is impossible to manually navigate (and stay on top of), but they also have a strong influence on knowledge representation in general. In this post, we take a look at how DARIAH helps connect Arts and Humanities research data and other content types to the OpenAIRE Research Graph to increase their visibility and reusability beyond geographical, language and disciplinary borders.

DARIAH’s highlights for the Open Access Week 2020

Beyond any doubt, 2020 marked an extraordinary year in the development of Open Access. To celebrate Open Access Week of this special year, we brought together a brief selection of events, resources and tools that help scholarly communities to gain back control over scholarly communication infrastructure. In addition to DARIAH’s highlights, we also recommend programs from the rich Open Access Week calendar of the Open Access Book Network.

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