Globalization, Open Access, and the Democratization of Knowledge | EDUCAUSE

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-07-05

Summary:

"By promoting interoperability and implementing common standards, we are beginning to see national and regional efforts to aggregate openly accessible content from institutional repositories and funding agency repositories, making the body of self-archived literature easier to discover. SHARE embodies this effort in the United States. As regional networks mature, interoperability and harvesting will allow research from one region to be discoverable in another. OpenAIRE, the European repository network, is harvesting records from LA Referencia, the Latin American network, after LA Referencia adopted OpenAIRE guidelines for standardized metadata elements and vocabularies. These network linkages reduce geographic barriers to accessing international scholarship. On a smaller scale, libraries should include international open-access networks as targets in their discovery systems."

Link:

http://er.educause.edu/articles/2017/7/globalization-open-access-and-the-democratization-of-knowledge

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Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » lterrat's bookmarks

Tags:

oa.new oa.strategies oa.green oa.discoverability oa.libraries oa.interoperability oa.implementation oa.share oa.force11 oa.openaire oa.repositories

Date tagged:

07/05/2017, 13:15

Date published:

07/05/2017, 09:15