Focus on Repositories in Serbia: 2021 in review – NI4OS- Europe

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Since 2017, Serbia has witnessed an intensive development of institutional repositories. The process was boosted by the adoption of the Open Science Platform in 2018. Repositories in Serbia are predominantly powered by DSpace and most of them have been developed by the Repository Development Team at the University of Belgrade Computer Centre (TRAP-RCUB). (Read more about the Policy for Transparent Access to Research Infrastructures at the Computer Centre of the University of Belgrade: TRAP-RCUB IT solution and organizational model for the implementation of institutional or thematic repositories) The expertise gained through EU projects has provided guidance in achieving technical interoperability (OpenAIRE Advance) and compliance with FAIR principles and EOSC requirements (NI4OS-Europe). This post summarizes the work in this direction done by the University of Belgrade Computer Centre in 2021.



01/21/2022, 03:39

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Tags: oa.serbia oa.interoperability oa.aggregators oa.cts oa.ni4os oa.sshoc oa.openaire oa.fair oa.repositories

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01/21/2022, 14:15

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01/19/2022, 03:39