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Call for action!

COAR calls on the scholarly community to work together to support and contribute to a system that is open, functional, and driven by the needs of the research community. More

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Next Generation Repositories

COAR has launched the Next Generation Repositories Project to identify future technologies and functionalities. More

Interest Group “Repository Impact and Visibility”

This Interest Group will explore and document existing approaches for maximizing repository visibility as well as develop new and innovative strategies for adoption by organizations around the world.

Save the date! #COAR2017

COAR Annual Meeting will take place in the beautiful city of Venice (Italy) in May 8-10 2017, on the campus of the Università Ca’Foscari. More…


Dic 21 Happy Holidays and Prosperous New Year from COAR

Dear COAR Members and Partners, 2016 has been another productive year for COAR. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your participation in COAR and to share with you some of the highlights. In 2016, several new … Conitnuar leyendo »

Dic 16 Slides and recording of COAR webinar on Publishing Controlled Vocabularies for Access and Reuse

Slides and the recording of COAR webinar Publishing Controlled Vocabularies for Access and Reuse is now available. For more about the webinar, please check the webinar web site. Thanks to our participants for joining us in the last COAR webinar of the year.

Nov 30 Join us on December 15th for another webinar on Controlled Vocabularies

COAR is pleased to announce another webinar: “Publishing Controlled Vocabularies for Access and Reuse” and have Rowan Brownlee from Australian National Data Service (ANDS) as a speaker. This webinar is initiated by COAR Controlled Vocabularies Interest Group (IGCV). Save the date and register … Conitnuar leyendo »

Nov 22 Argentine open access and repository law

Last week, the Argentine government published a law entitled “Creación de Repositorios Digitales Institucionales de Acceso Abierto”. The law establishes that all institutions which are part of the National Science and Technology System that receive funding from the Argentine federal … Conitnuar leyendo »

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