CORE’s value for developing country researchers | EIFL

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"In June 2017, EIFL invited the global open access full text aggregator CORE to take part in an Open Science train-the-trainer course for universities and research institutions in EIFL partner countries. Our guest blogger, Nancy Pontika, CORE Open Access Aggregation Officer, writes about the experience. CORE is a full text aggregator of open access (OA) scientific content. Our service, which has been running since 2011, aggregates research papers from data providers from all over the world, including institutional and subject repositories and journal publishers. This process, which is called aggregation, allows us to offer search and analytical capabilities over metadata and the full-text of the research papers. CORE’s ability to aggregate the full-text files, and not only metadata, makes CORE a unique service in the research community. With CORE searches, full text publications can be downloaded."


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Date tagged:

11/28/2017, 14:39

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11/28/2017, 09:39