SAVE THE DATE – CHORUS 2024 Annual Members Business Meeting

SAVE THE DATE – CHORUS 2024 Annual Members Business Meeting 18 April 2024 at 9:30AM EDT “Virtual Zoom Meeting” Please save the date for the CHORUS 2024 Annual Members Business Meeting Thanks for your continued support, CHORUS Staff info@chorusaccess.org

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Crossref update on Funder ID transition to RoR

Following the earlier post from Crossref about their plans to deprecate the support for the Open Funder Registry, Crossref has released another update on using ROR in place of the Open Funder Registry. The post can be found here – RORing ahead: using ROR in place of the Open Funder Registry.

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2024 Call for Nominations to the CHORUS Board now open

Nominations to the CHORUS Board are now open. The CHORUS Board of Directors was elected by our membership during our last Annual Members Meeting. We are now seeking your nominations for seats on the CHORUS Board that will be voted upon at the next CHORUS Annual Members Meeting scheduled for 18 April 2024. Appointments to the Board of Directors […]

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Update from Metadata Game Changers and CHORUS

Building on our earlier post about our partnership with Metadata Game Changers, a new blog post on Upstream provides additional information and details about the dataset journeys. The primary focus of this collaboration is to enhance visibility in research infrastructure. The project aims to shed light on the often unnoticed aspects and connections within the […]

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AGU/CHORUS Data Citation Best Practices Project Summary

In October 2020, CHORUS was named in a two-year National Science Foundation (NSF) grant made to the American Geophysical Union (AGU). The initial news post can be found here.  During the project AGU and CHORUS were able to facilitate and discover additional linkages between papers and related grants and datasets through the use of open […]

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CHORUS Endorses Statement on Research Data Linkability and Citability of Research Data

CHORUS proudly endorses and became a signatory to the STM, DataCite, and Crossref Joint Statement on Research Data Linkability and Citability of Research Data.This statement recommends 12 best practices for research data sharing. CHORUS continues to support the research community by collaborating with a cross-section of stakeholders to make it easier to share, link and […]

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New Resources to Enhance Open Research

The Open Research Funders Group has just released some excellent resource documents derived by their working groups to enhance open research. CHORUS Staff participated in some of the working groups. DOIs for Grants – FAQ for Funders Enabling FAIR Workflows – Key actors and actions Accompanying documents for funders, grantees/researchers, and publishers are available.

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CHORUS Forum: Supporting Accessibility on 24 October 2023

Accessibility is a key factor in the push to make scholarly communications a more equitable, inclusive space. By making articles, books, and conference proceedings more accessible to individuals with disabilities — by ensuring everyone has equal access to scientific knowledge — we strengthen and expand the broader research community. The need to embrace and act […]

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CHORUS joins C4DISC to advance diversity and accessibility in Scholarly Communications

CHORUS has proudly joined the Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications (C4DISC) aspart of our ongoing commitment to fostering diversity and inclusivity within the scholarly communication landscape. CHORUS, like many other organizations in our industry, acknowledges the immense value of a diverse array of perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences. As a member of C4DISC, […]

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CHORUS Forum: Real World Impact of Faculty Publications

At last month’s CHORUS Forum on Real World Impacts on Faculty Publications speakers tackled the issues about what real-world impact means and how it might be measured. Panelists touched on a variety of issues within the topic and highlighted tools and systems designed to answer the hard questions around the challenges of finding ways to […]

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