7 tips for successful harvesting | CORE

pontika.nancy@gmail.com's bookmarks 2015-10-19


The CORE (COnnecting REpositories) project aims to aggregate open access research outputs from open repositories and open journals, and make them available for dissemination via itssearch engine.  The project indexes metadata records and harvests the full-text of the outputs, provided that they are stored in a PDF format and are openly available. Currently CORE hosts around 24 million open access articles from 5,488 open access journals and 679 repositories.

Like in any type of partnership, the harvesting process is a two way relationship, were the content provider and the aggregator need to be able to communicate and have a mutual understanding. For a successful harvesting it is recommended that content providers apply the following best practices (some of the following recommendations relate generally to harvesting, while some are CORE specific)



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oa.new oa.core oa.harvesting oa.repositories oa.oai_phm oa.identifier oa.metadata ru.sparc15 oa.uk

Date tagged:

10/19/2015, 04:55

Date published:

10/19/2015, 02:48