All about that BASE

peter.suber's bookmarks 2018-06-29


Slides: "This conversation will be about how DOIs and ORCID iDs only recently entered BASE, one of the largest academic search engines, which happens to be non-commercial. BASE harvests bibliographic metadata via OAI-PMH from thousands of publication repositories – each of which has its own idea about Dublin Core, the lowest common denominator of metadata formats. So we normalize the data from each repository. Authors have been able to claim their own publications in BASE since mid-2017 by connecting them to their ORCID iD. It is an open research question how this linkage information could percolate back to the source repositories."


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Tags: oa.slides oa.dois oa.orcid oa.metadata oa.base oa.repositories

Date tagged:

06/29/2018, 10:03

Date published:

06/29/2018, 05:20