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The rise of open scholarly data and possible implications
International Conference on Changing Landscape of Science & Technology Libraries 2019, February 28 - March 2
  • Aaron Tay, Singapore Management University
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Presentation
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acceptedVersion
Publication Date
2-2019
Abstract

In this talk I cover the rise of open scholarly metadata thanks to efforts to create open infrastructure by non profits such as Crossref, Datacite, ROR as well as efforts from organizations such as JISC CORE, Opencitations, I4OC (Initative for open citations) to harvest and extract scholarly data. I talk about how libraries have benefited from all this data (most of which is available via APIs) and how Lens.org has brought most of this data together to create a compelling open service.

Keywords
  • Metadata,
  • open infrastructure,
  • open data
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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
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https://smu-sg.webex.com/smu-sg/lsr.php?RCID=b39abc648dc1318718740a0b19f3fb27
Citation Information
Aaron Tay. "The rise of open scholarly data and possible implications" International Conference on Changing Landscape of Science & Technology Libraries 2019, February 28 - March 2 (2019) p. 1 - 27
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/aaron-tay/11/