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Monday, March 15 • 9:00am - 9:30am
Notify: The Repository and Services Interoperability Project

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For several years now, COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) has been advancing an exciting new vision of the next generation repository. Key to this vision is the notion of connecting value-added services to distributed resources in repositories. As a first priority, COAR has been advancing the use case of connecting review services to repositories, which is particularly timely in the COVID-19 context where there is a strong interest in sharing research outputs immediately before peer review has been undertaken, but also a need for vetting of resources. In 2020, COAR published a generic technical model that will enable the linking of preprints and other repository resources with external services, with an initial focus on peer review services. The technical model—which was developed based on a number of use cases provided by preprint servers, repositories, peer review services, and overlay journals—applies a distributed, message-oriented approach based on W3C Linked Data Notifications (LDN). In January 2021, COAR launched the “Notify Project” which is working with early adopters to support the implementation of a common technical model. This group will pilot the technologies and develop the ontologies and conventions that will ensure interoperability across services. The plan is to have a number of implementations of the technical model by March, and this presentation will provide an overview of the technologies and conventions developed through this project.


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Martin Klein

Scientist, Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Kathleen Shearer

Executive Director, COAR - Conferation of Open Access Repositories
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Paul Walk

Director, Antleaf Ltd.
Paul Walk is Founder and Director of Antleaf, a digital consultancy, which delivers technical consultancy, management and development services, in the general domain of research data management.

Monday March 15, 2021 9:00am - 9:30am EDT
Pre-recorded Video