EIFL webinar for Palestine: How libraries can use free CORE content discovery tools

Learn about CORE’s free content discovery services and tools work for Arabic language content

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ABOUT THE RESOURCE

TYPE:
Webinar
PUBLISHER:
EIFL
PRESENTER:
Nancy Pontika, Open Access Aggregation Officer at CORE
DATE:
March 2020
DOCUMENT LANGUAGE:
English
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In this EIFL webinar, specifically for librarians and repository managers from Palestinian institutions, Nancy Pontika, Open Access Aggregation Officer at CORE, explains how to use free CORE content discovery tools such as -

  • CORE Search - search for open access content.
  • Recommender - a plugin for repositories, journal systems and web interfaces that provides suggestions on relevant articles to the one currently displayed. Recommender supports users in discovering articles of interest from across the network of open access repositories.
  • CORE Discovery, which is a browser extension and an API (Application Programming Interface), which helps users to discover freely accessible copies of research papers. CORE Discovery is also the only discovery system that can locate scientific content even for items with an unknown DOI or which do not have a DOI.   
  • CORE Discovery Plugin for repositories, which enriches metadata-only pages in repositories with links to freely available copies of the paper.

In the Q&A part of the webinar we discuss content published in the Arabic language, and how to ensure that Palestinian repositories are aggregated by CORE.

See the webinar slides here - pptx file size: 20 MB, or here - pdf file size: 3.5 MB.