An open forum to discuss the future of Peer Review is available [06/10/2015]
Open Scholar invites the entire academic community to take an active part in the discussions that may help shape the future of peer review. This initiative and its aims have already been endorsed and are enthusiastically supported by important organisations and companies, such as OpenAIRE, ORCID, ScienceOpen, CSIC, Sense about Science, Crossref and Wiley. The opinions and ideas of this forum will help, for example, the project “Open Peer Review Module for Institutional Repositories” (OPRM). Join our open forum and have your say!
Open Peer Review Module for Repositories (OPRM) [18/09/2015]
With the support of OpenAIRE, Open Scholar will coordinate a consortium of five partners to develop the first Open Peer Review Module (OPRM) for open access repositories. The partners are: the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA-CSIC), Secaba Lab and ARVO. Digital.CSIC and e-IEO as the first repositories with this plugin. The OPRM will initially be developed as a plugin for repositories using the Dspace software package. The OPRM project was approved and supported by OpenAIRE from July.
DIGITAL.CSIC in the 2015 second edition of Ranking Web of Repositories [11/09/2015]
On August, the second 2015 Edition of the Ranking Webometrics was published. The current edition has been updated with some important changes in the methodology (indicators and weighting) and the total number of repositories analyzed.
The Digital.CSIC positions: 13 at institutional level (out of 2188 repositories analyzed), 19 at world level (out of 2275) and 8 in the European ranking (out of 904).
All details here http://repositories.webometrics.info/.