We are marking an important change to our API development by introducing API versioning. This change sets the foundation for scaling and evolving the development of our APIs. API naming conventions will follow standard protocols for version controls with minor updates recorded as 1.1, 1.2 and major updates recorded as 1.0, 2.0, 3.0. Minor updates […]
We have an immediate need for a Business Development Director to join our team. We need a full or part time (30-40 hours a week) Business Development Director to develop and implement our strategic development strategy. Job duties include driving membership; relationship building and engaging members and sponsors in organizational activities; grant writing, and event […]
To gain a better understanding of the current landscape of article sharing through scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs) and sites, the STM Association conducted an open consultation across the scholarly community in early 2015. The aim of this consultation was to facilitate discussion by all stakeholders in order to establish a core set of voluntary principles that clarify how, where […]
CHORUS congratuates Judy Russell on receiving the NFAIS Miles Conrad award.
CHORUS reaches a new milestone as we welcome GeoScienceWorld as our 50th member!
The University of Denver has joined the CHORUS pilot to help academic institutions monitor compliance with public access policies.
The United States Department of Agriculture and CHORUS have signed a memorandum of understanding to advance public access to USDA-funded research.
CHORUS publisher members discuss how biomedical publishers are adapting workflows with CHORUS to meet funder requirements.
CHORUS signed a letter of agreement with the University of Florida (UF) and Scopus to explore how our services can be extended to institutions to monitor and increase the rate of compliance.
Public access to federally funded research is simple in principle but complex in practice. A blog post by Jeffrey Salmon from DOE mentions CHORUS as part of the solution.