The TRIPLE project, which aims to develop an innovative multilingual and multicultural discovery solution for social sciences and humanities research, has launched the first of several training resources on the DARIAH-Campus platform. The training resource, entitled ‘The Open Access Publishing Platform ORE (Open Research Europe)‘, provides technical details on how ORE works and the benefits it has for researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
The TRIPLE project, which stands for ‘Transforming Research through Innovative Practices for Linked Interdisciplinary Exploration’, aims to provide a discovery solution, the GoTriple platform, that will ensure explorability, findability, accessibility and (re)usability of SSH resources, increasing thus their economic and societal impact. As part of this work, the TRIPLE project will integrate this discovery solution into the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) marketplace.
This first resource is a recording of a training session, focussing on the Open Access Publishing Platform Open Research Europe (ORE). It is jointly presented by Emma Lazzeri, Open Science researcher at GARR and ISTI-CNR, and Ilaria Fava, Project Officer in the field of Open Science at the Goettingen State University Library (UGOE).
The collection of resources that TRIPLE will contribute to DARIAH-Campus over the coming months will provide training on EOSC activities and related issues. As both DARIAH and TRIPLE are committed to ensuring best practice in Open Science, this collection of resources will form an important contribution to ongoing skills development among researchers in the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities.
More resources from TRIPLE will be added over the next few months, but you can view the first of these here now: https://campus.dariah.eu/id/bCwy-3HWGaC4DXiocdUhY
To find more resources on Open Science and many other topics within Digital Humanities, you can browse the collections on DARIAH-Campus here: https://campus.dariah.eu
To find out more about the TRIPLE project, visit the website here: https://project.gotriple.eu/