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Todd Suomela

Manifoldapp - Home - 0 views

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    "The intuitive, collaborative, open-source platform for scholarly publishing you've been waiting for. "
Todd Suomela

fatcat! - 1 views

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    "Fatcat is a versioned, user-editable catalog of research publications: journal articles, conference proceedings, pre-prints, etc. Features include archival file-level metadata (verified digests and long-term copies, in addition to URLs), a documented API, and work/release indexing (aka, linking together of pre-prints and final copies)."
Todd Suomela

The Data Curation Network - A shared staffing model for digital data repositories - 0 views

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    "We are the Data Curation Network As professional data curators, research data librarians, academic library administrators, directors of international data repositories, disciplinary subject experts, and scholars we represent academic institutions and non-profit societies that make research data available to the public. What we do Data curators prepare and enrich research data to make them findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR). Sharing our data curation staff across DCN partner institutions enables data repositories to collectively, and more effectively, curate a wider variety of data types (e.g., discipline, file format, etc.) that expands beyond what any single institution might offer alone."
Todd Suomela

Guest Post: Is the Research Article Immune to Innovation? - The Scholarly Kitchen - 0 views

  • The real argument, then, is not about when and how traditional formats like the PDF will be replaced; it’s about accepting that the familiar (and perhaps boring) research article still has its purpose, while at the same time thinking ambitiously and creatively about how the humble document can be supplemented with the modern features and functions that the digital environment offers.
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