This group has been subsumed by several other groups that deal with specific issues of interoperability including Controlled Vocabularies, Metadata and NGR
Interoperability is the technical “glue” that makes possible an emerging open science infrastructure – an infrastructure that connects a global, distributed network of repositories and other tools. While technology exists to make possible this integration, the landscape around interoperability is complex, and continually evolving.
COAR has been working on issues of interoperability since its inception in 2009, beginning with the COAR Interoperability Project, which has produced a number of outputs that make the case for interoperability across repositories and with other systems and outline the priorities for repository interoperability in the future.
Completed work and publications