What is ResearchObject.org
researchobject.org presents the ongoing activities of the open Research Object community and gathers knowledge about related developments and adoptions. The community is composed of representatives from science domains, research infrastructure development, publishing and policy making.
The vision of the community is to facilitate knowledge interchange and reproducible computational research through the definition and promotion of Research Object principles, i.e. identification, annotation, and aggregation of scientific artefacts. The focus is not on replacing any solutions that are already in place, but on ‘engaging’ with existing solutions. Read more...
Based on our past work in promoting RO principles in the scientific workflow community and inspired on the data citation principles of Force11, researchobject.org focuses on developing general RO publication and creation principles across multiple scientific domains. This is very much work in progress and we would very much welcome contributions and collaborations. Please find out more here…
What is happening
- Join in development effort and catch up the latest news at our Google mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you want to contribute content to researchobject.org, see our governance policy.
- Find out more about getting involved, here…
Digital Libraries 2014
The Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) and the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL) will be held together as the International Digital Libraries Conference (DL2014) in London, UK.
Mon22Sep2014Wed24Sep2014Amsterdam, The Netherlands
RDA Fourth Plenary Meeting