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TitleOpenAIRE Content Acquisition Policy: expanding the scope
Author(s)Príncipe, Pedro
KeywordsOpenAIRE graph
Content policy
Repositories infrastructure
Issue date11-Jun-2019
Abstract(s)The new Content Acquisition Policy defines the conditions under which metadata of scientific products collected from content providers in OpenAIRE will be considered for inclusion in the OpenAIRE information space. Policies specify which typologies of objects are mapped into which OpenAIRE entities (literature, dataset, software, other research products) and which are the minimal quality conditions under which metadata can be accepted. It is important to stress that OpenAIRE collects publications from EC-funded projects as well as every other Open Access (OA) content. In this new Content Acquisition Policy version, OpenAIRE is expanding the scope again to include non-OA content (under certain conditions) too. Specifically, OpenAIRE accepts the metadata records of all scientific products whose structure respect the model and semantics as expressed by the OpenAIRE guidelines. This means that both Open Access and non-Open Access material will be included and links to other products will be resolved where this is possible (i.e. the provided PIDs have a resolver). Please note that OpenIARE do not exclude non-OA content of repositories compliant with former versions of the guidelines.
TypePoster
Description14th International Open Repositories Conference, June 10th-13th, Hamburg, Germany.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/60529
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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