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We are preparing a new release of AGROVOC. In order to do so, we need to temporarily stop any new editing operation on AGROVOC.
Starting from Wednesday, 8 July, 11 am CEST (UTC/GMT +2), VocBench will be accessible in read-only mode. You will be promptly informed as soon as new edits will be allowed again.
The stop is expected to last only a few days.
Thank you for your understanding!
The AGROVOC team
You can read the original post at: http://english.cas.cn/Ne/CASE/201405/t20140516_121037.shtml
Researchers & students required to deposit in open access repositories
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) will promote open access to scientific articles generated from publicly funded research, the academy announced Thursday in Beijing.
In a statement, CAS said it will require its researchers and graduate students to deposit final, peer-reviewed manuscripts of research articles into the open access repositories of their respective institutes within 12 months of their official publication in academic journals.
CAS will also encourage researchers to deposit previously published articles into their respective institutional repositories as well.
The manual provides users of VB v2.1 with detailed explanatory information on how to use the tool, covering the new modules - Schemes, Statistics, Export, Import, SPARQL - and functionalities.
It is a living document which will be updated as required. Still some of the figures may not correspond 100% to the current user interface.
If you read something that is not clear enough or if you think of something that should be added, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the release of version 2.1 see the post: VocBench 2.1 rolled out!
OpenAIRE is offering open webinars on OpenAIRE compatibility for repositories on Tuesday, March 18 and on Tuesday, April 1.
The purpose of the Webinars
A new declaration has been issued to guide the citation of data, in the same way other research outputs are cited in the practice of scholarship. The declaration was crafted by a group of more than 40 individuals representing 25 organisations.
The objective of the Declaration
The preamble of the declaration states,
On 7th March 2014, iMarine is organizing the interactive workshop iMarine data platform for collaborations. The objective is to showcase "a set of practical solutions, demonstrating how the Ecosystem Approach related information (and not only) can be collaboratively managed, shared, and analyzed in secure and very cost-effective applications." (Agenda)
The Publishing Data Interest Group of the Research Data Alliance brings together all stakeholders involved in publishing research data. Its goal is to address the implementation of workflows for publishing data and therefore help establish appropriate supporting infrastructure.
A couple of days ago the Interest Group issued a proposal for four new Working Groups under the title "Data Publishing 2020" on the following topics:
UNESCO launches Open Access repository based on Creative Commons 3.0 Intergovernmental Organisation Licensemar, 17/12/2013 — sarah.dister
UNESCO launched its new Open Access Repository, making its publications freely available and providing "the public with an insight into the work of the Organization so that everyone is able to discover and share what UNESCO is doing." (An open door to UNESCO's knowledge)
The Repository contains more than 300 books, reports, and articles in 12 languages, including major UNESCO reports and key research publications. Hundreds of other reports and titles will be made available in the near future.
“How can users experience iMarine as one coherent source of facts about marine entities, rather than a bag of contributed contents?” (*) In answer to this question, the Information Systems Laboratory (ISL) of FORTH-ICS developed − for the iMarine project − a top-level ontology for the marine domain.
Access the latest version: MarineTLO – Draft (September 2013)