NERD service is running correctly on the platform servers, the API is appropriately used and annotations follow a minimum robustness for each application fields and the usage load.
Collaborative web plateform for the internal communication of the project.
Dashboard built for partners to visualise and interrogate usage data from a variety of sources. The dashboard will be capable of displaying usage by country and other IP range selections for each book or identifier as appropriate.
Source code, open source licensing and documentation : INRIA gathers today the scientific and technical expertise around the (N)ERD service. INRIA will ensure that the service is available and running correctly on its servers for integration by the partners. If needed, adjustments of the service API and particular authentication mechanisms will be provided. INRIA will ensure that the API is appropriately used and that the resulting annotations follow quality criteria given the considered application fields. These criteria include accuracy and coverage of the produced annotations as explained in the validation section below, but also satisfactory response time under average loads, service disponibility and security. Regression tests and performance metrics will be regularly carried out by INRIA and communicated to the other partners.
Source code and documentation on OAMetrics service development.
Source code (via Github) and documentation for OA Metrics service development.
Identification of technical specifications to implement annotation service.
One research publication on NERD and enabling new forms of academic publication
The classification system will be developed based on a classification of existing peer review practises. These existing practises are described by current members of the OAPEN Library and DOAB and will be reviewed alongside other review practises through a literature study. The classification system will be validated externally through a round of consultation among publishers and other stakeholders and - internally among project partners.
Report on stakeholders and European infrastructures related to Open Science in HSS
One research publication on the academic potential for storing, sharing and reusing mass annotations, alongside a scoped service-independent implementation model for annotations
Open licenses are defined as Creative Commons licenses or similar (allowing for similar usage rights). The list of open licenses will be drawn up on the basis of existing licenses in DOAB and other open licenses in use among academic publishers and institutions. The list of open licenses will be validated externally through a round of consultation among publishers and other stakeholders and internally among project partners. The list shall be regularly reviewed and updated.
Set up a governance and quality assurance structure to enable and maintain the certification service.
Minutes of the workshop to explore and identify new sources of book metrics and plan for third parties to develop/provide these in future.
Ubiquity Press is already using annotation on 40 peer-reviewed journals. In 2016, OpenEdition achieved in OpenAire2020 a successful experiment on using Hypothes.is annotation layer for open peer review of articles in Vertigo Journal. The experiment opened possibilities to extend the project to academic books in similar conditions. In this task, OpenEdition will identify publishers to participate to the experiment, activate the open annotation pane on a selection of books of different types (monographs, edited books) and engage potential reviewers and authors to use annotations to build a scientific conversation with strong support. Comparison will be made with the previous experiment and Ubiquity Press journals usage of OPR. The experiment output will be disseminated in a report and publication.
Implementation of the certification service on the platforms.
The report describes the options for all the metrics services and includes: local hosting by individual HIRMEOS partners, third party hosting on generic Shiny hosting services (with an annual fee dependent on QoS guarantees), or if appropriate by an individual HIRMEOS partner.
Reporting on M15, M30 on T 7.4 T7.4 Alignment and exploitation [Fostering and strengthening communication with network of key stakeholders and scientific communities (with special focus on fields with low Open Science uptake)] (Lead: UGOE, contributing: UniTO, DARIAH-EU, MWS, EKT, and all partners, duration: M7-30)
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Author(s): Marina ANGELAKI, Dimitris EFSTATHIOU, Irakleitos SOUYIOULTZOGLOU
Published in: Expanding Perspectives on Open Science: Communities, Cultures and Diversity in Concepts and Practices, 2017, Page(s) 305-307
Author(s): Margo Bargheer, Zeki Mustafa Dogan, Wolfram Horstmann, Mike Mertens, Andrea Rapp
Published in: LIBER QUARTERLY, Issue 27/1, 2017, Page(s) 194-211, ISSN 2213-056X
Author(s): Birgit Schmidt, Andrea Bertino, Daniel Beucke, Helene Brinken, Najko Jahn, Lisa Matthias, Julika Mimkes, Katharina Müller, Astrid Orth, Margo Bargheer
Published in: Publications, Issue 6/2, 2018, Page(s) 27, ISSN 2304-6775
Author(s): Bargheer, Margo; Bertino, Andrea
Published in: BIBLIOTHEK – Forschung und Praxis, Issue 2018, 2018