OpenAIRE compliance, Wordcat synchronisation and a new interface for Cadmus | atmire
"OpenAIRE is the infrastructure of the European Commission to promote and monitor Open Access to research publications and data as required for research funded by EU. Being OpenAIRE compliant means that all full-text publications in Cadmus that are based on research carried out in the framework of ERC and FP7 projects are automatically included in the OpenAIRE portal. OpenAIRE is retrieving data from compliant repositories using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). The provided metadata must include the ERC or FP7 project identifier. This enables OpenAIRE to establish an unambiguous match between publications and projects. The ERC/ FP7 funded content is harvested periodically, indexed within the OpenAIRE portal and presented in the OpenAIRE search and browse section. This is of great importance for the visibility of a project’s research output. In this way, the project publications deposited in Cadmus can be read, used and cited more widely by the global research community. The fact that Cadmus is compliant with OpenAIRE is a direct help for faculty members who are project leaders in complying with the Open Access requirements of the European Commission ... Publications from projects funded by the future Horizon 2020, EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) will also be part of OpenAIRE. Cadmus content included in WorldCat ... Since last March, Cadmus’ bibliographic data is available in WorldCat, the world's largest Catalog. Thanks to work by the library staff, Cadmus is being harvested by WorldCat on a regular basis. The visibility of publications included in Cadmus is guaranteed by the standard protocol for metadata harvesting (OAI-PMH), also in use for the OpenAIRE compliance. New interface ... @mire aligned the Cadmus look and feel with the new institutional style guidelines. Moving the search box from the right hand navigation bar into the header created more space in this menu. The front page now features direct access to recent submissions for four specific publication types."