In 2021 we were awarded the BMBF grant and launched the new platform in Beta one year later with basic upload, enhance, and export functions. Since then we have been on a steep learning curve, not least thanks to our publishing partners willing to test and share feedback about the platform and its functionalities with us.
We are excited to announce the final release of our BookMetaHub and to take stock of its full functionality and latest additions in today’s blog.
On September 12th, ScienceOpen and HTWK Leipzig will be organizing the Road to Open Meta Conference, where some of the publishing industry’s best will discuss metadata communications and difficulties within, and introduce solutions derived from best practices and innovations.
Registration for the conference is still open. Everyone is welcome to register for free and join us on the #R2OM conference.
To speed up the transformation to Open Access (OA), the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will be funding 20 innovative projects over the next two years. We are proud to announce that ScienceOpen is participating with a project around Open Access book metadata for increased discoverability, and we would like to give a preview here of what we are working on.
Continue reading “Shared Values, Common Benefits: The ScienceOpen OA Book Metadata Project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research”