This week we announce that the FAIRsharing developer and curation teams have carried out an important cleaning and updating of organisations in FAIRsharing. Organisations are essential elements of the FAIRsharing data model representing academic or non-academic entities that support, fund or maintain one or more of our records (databases, policies and standards). Users can also […]
This week celebrates the release of the all-new FAIRsharing site as it has now moved out of beta and into production at https://fairsharing.org/. You see lots of changes, but behind the shiny new interface is a completely re-written back end and data model, to allow for greater flexibility over the coming years. We have a […]
In one week’s time (the w/c 31 January), we will move the content of our beta site back to its home on our production homepage, https://fairsharing.org. What will stay the same? All beta URLs (such as https://beta.fairsharing.org/FAIRsharing.2abjs5) will automatically be redirected, therefore any beta links you are using right now will still work. Any of […]
FAIRsharing has partnered with the Bodleian Library and the University of Oxford to become a trusted organisation within ORCID. This has improved user authentication and has paved the way for future work.
Announcing our new Subject Browser! You can navigate either via a tree or a sunburst covering our complete subject hierarchy of over 400 research areas.
Earlier this summer, we switched FAIRsharing to read-only mode. We did this to prepare our content for migration to our brand-new system, which you can find at https://beta.fairsharing.org. We are happy to report that you can now add new content and update existing content as normal. If you notice any bugs with the system, please […]
From July 14th until September, FAIRsharing is available for searching and browsing only. We have temporarily disabled edits so that we can move the content across to our brand-new FAIRsharing system and website! It will take a few weeks to ensure the data is correctly migrated, checked and further curated, so please be patient while […]
This blog post is duplicated as an OpenAIRE news item. OpenAIRE works to develop tools for Open Science and has established an open and sustainable scholarly communication infrastructure responsible for the overall management, analysis, manipulation, provision, monitoring and cross-linking of all research outcomes. This mutual effort and collaboration between OpenAIRE and FAIRsharing will ensure that this interconnected […]
FAIRsharing helps the COVID-19 Rapid Review Initiative mandating data sharing via repositories Republished from the OASPA blog: https://oaspa.org/data-deposition-required-for-all-c19-rapid-review-publishers/ The C19 Rapid Review Initiative – a large-scale collaboration of organisations across the scholarly publishing industry – has agreed to mandate data deposition across the original group of journals that set up the collaboration (eLife, F1000 Research, Hindawi, PeerJ, PLOS, […]
#terms4FAIRskills hackathons – December 2020 By Laura Molloy and Peter McQuilton This post is reproduced from the original posted on Dec 16th, 2020 on the CODATA blog. The terms4FAIRskills core team was delighted to welcome a group of keen annotators from across Europe to join in a hackathon on 11th and 15th December 2020. Participants […]