The CHORUS board of directors honored retiring board member Fred Dylla at a dinner in Washington D.C. earlier this month following the Annual Members Meeting. Fred was involved at the very conception of CHORUS and has served as a founding board member since 2013.
Six directors were elected to the CHORUS/CHOR, Inc. Board of Directors at the Annual Members Meeting in Washington, DC on February 6, 2019. New to the board are two members-at-large from academic institutions: Rick Anderson (University of Utah) and Judith Russell (University of Florida, Gainesville). Returning to the CHORUS board are David Crotty (Oxford University […]
The University of Denver used CHORUS Institution Dashboards in conjunction with their own internal data to help monitor public accessibility to the University’s publicly funded research. In this second of a series of success stories, University of Denver staff discuss how CHORUS helped them explore an automated solution to monitor their funded open access research. […]
The latest version of the CHORUS Publisher Implementation Guide is now posted in our Resources section. Considerable thanks to Evan Owens and the Technical Working Group for this achievement. Please send any feedback to us via email@example.com
How Rockefeller University Press helped define a solution for monitoring open access to funded research that works for publishers of all sizes.
See you on February 6, 2019 in Washington, DC!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has signed an agreement with CHORUS to expand public access to the results of its funded research.
Don’t miss Howard Ratner at these sessions on November 7th at Charleston: METADATA 2020: a holistic approach to metadata improvements for scholarly communications; COLLECTIVE ACTION: community approaches in scholar communications; STOPWATCH SESSION: monitoring open access with CHORUS
Warm thanks to those who attended our reception at STM Frankfurt. And for those of you who couldn’t be there, here’s what you missed.
David Weinreich examines the CHORUS connection in the recent government report on “Disseminating and Preserving Digital Public Information Products Created by the U.S. Federal Government.”