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Overlay model for peer review on repositories - open for comments! [06/08/2020]
COAR together with other like minded initiatives have prepared an overlay model to standardize the management of peer review processes on top of Open Access repositories. The document presents some simple models and vocabularies for using standard notification protocols to achieve common interactions between repositories and overlay peer review, based on the use cases provided, including DIGITAL.CSIC. Public commenting until September 11, 2020.

Earth Science Collection added to EPOS [03/08/2020]
Since 2018 DIGITAL.CSIC has been collaborating with Geo3Bcn scientific community (formerly ICTJA) in order to publish and curate a rich collection of Earth Science datasets as a preliminary step to its inclusion in Earth Plate Observing System (EPOS), one research infrastructure under EOSC umbrella. These datasets have already been added to EPOS Multi-Scale Laboratories aggregator

New Sections about Support to Open Research at DIGITAL.CSIC website [17/07/2020]
A revised and expanded page about copyright management in an Open Science environment is already available at the repository website as well as a new page with a compilation of training materials by DIGITAL.CSIC Technical Office. 

Job Opportunity at DIGITAL.CSIC [15/07/2020]
Do you have a Library/Information Sciences profile and an interest in Open Science and management of Open Access to research outputs, including data? Vacancy open under the framework of CSIC Youth Employment Initiative. More information at CSIC website.

DIGITAL.CSIC implements Scholix [07/07/2020]
Scholix is the consensus achieved by a number of organisations — journal publishers, data centres, global service providers — to create an open global information ecosystem to collect and exchange links between research data and literature. DIGITAL.CSIC has implemented Scholix so as to expose relations between its datasets and scientific literature in services like DataCite Event Data and ScholeXplorer.  

Application Open for the Course "Open Access and Reproducible Science" [02/06/2020]
DIGITAL.CSIC Technical Office will deliver the course "Open Access and Reproducible Science" in Madrid on upcoming October 21-23. This will be the first edition of a course that will explore the fundamentals of Reproducible Science within the broader Open Science context and targets CSIC research community as well as research support technical staff. Application period is open until June 12. 

DIGITAL.CSIC Services and Support Pages Updated [02/06/2020]
A number of the repository's pages about services and support to institutional community have been revised. In particular, updated information can be found about CSIC Open Access Mandate, Authors, Research Groups and Projects Profiles, preparation of Data Management Plans and the Collection of DIGITAL.CSIC User Handbooks.  

DIGITAL.CSIC participates in e-IRG Workshop 2020 [02/06/2020]
On past May 25-26, the e-IRG Workshop was organised  as a series of 3 Workshops within the framework of Croatia's Presidency of the Council of the European Union. DIGITAL.CSIC was invited to speak within Webinar III: Making data and services FAIR with a presentation about practical implementation, challenges and recomendations to turn FAIR Principles into a reality in a multidisciplinary research performing organization. 

More than 200,000 CSIC research outputs in DIGITAL.CSIC [14/05/2020]
Last April 29. DIGITAL.CSIC hit the landmark of 200,000 outputs by CSIC research community. This infographic goes through the repository evolution in terms of contents and services since its inception in 2008 as a result of CSIC commitment to the Berlin Declaration until nowadays.   

DIGITAL.CSIC Template to Prepare DMPs for H2020 Projects [23/04/2020]
DIGITAL.CSIC Techncial Office has prepared a template to assist CSIC researchers who have to deliver a data management plan within their H2020 funded projects. Researchers should adapt this template according to the specificities of the data collections they will be using and creating during their project.


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