An Interview with CHORUS on joining OASPA - OASPA

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"CHORUS is a not-for-profit community effort dedicated to making open research work. We are an ever-growing group of institutions, learned societies, society publishers as well as commercial publishers. Our partner agencies — NSF, DOE, DOD, NASA, USDA, JST, CSIRO and others are invaluable allies in helping us to move forward. Our goals are to help our stakeholders scale their OA compliance. We work to develop metrics about open data, improve the overall quality of metadata related to open research and host forums and workshops to connect the stakeholders so they can learn and hopefully build trust with each other. CHORUS monitors for Open Access on publisher sites. We connect datasets to published content and link articles to agency portals and grants where available. We publish dashboards, reports and APIs for our funder, institution and publisher stakeholders. We help conduct and participate in open science pilots often around connecting and improving metadata. All of this helps our stakeholders improve their metadata by giving rapid feedback about the quality of metadata being seen."


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Date tagged:

02/29/2024, 11:26

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02/29/2024, 06:26