The COAR Notify Initiative
Schlagworte:scholarly communication, repository, linked data notification, activity streams, coar
On January 28, 2021, the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) launched the COAR Notify Initiative. The aim is to develop and accelerate community adoption of a standard, interoperable, and decentralized approach to linking research outputs hosted in the distributed network of (data) repositories with resources from external service providers such as overlay-journals and open peer review services, using linked data notifications.
In the presentation an overview will be provided with the technical challenges in current repositories and how decentralized solutions could have an impact on the current scholarly communication system. We will present the Event Notifications in Value-Adding Networks protocol which provides a network topology with data nodes and service nodes that inform each other about artifacts and services that are provisioned pertaining to artifacts. Using this protocol examples will be provided how this protocol can be used in various scholarly scenarios and relations with other projects that are implementing this protocol.
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