CORE update for October to December 2019

During the last quarter of 2019 CORE released new updates for two of its services, CORE Reader and CORE Discovery, and has initiated new collaborations, for example with LA Referencia. In addition, CORE was singled out for its contributions and was awarded for its outstanding impact of research on society and prosperity. Details about these and more news can be found below.

CORE won an Outstanding Impact of Research on Society and Prosperity Award

During the Research Excellence Awards 2019 Ceremony dedicated to the 50th anniversary of The Open University, CORE was presented with the award for “Outstanding Impact of Research on Society and Prosperity Award”. This important award reflects the clear value CORE represents to its millions of users as the largest repository of Open Access scientific knowledge. read more...

CORE update for July to September 2019

CORE releases CORE Discovery in Mozilla and Opera browsers

CORE Discovery, a browser extension that offers one-click access to free copies of research papers whenever you might hit a paywall, is now published in Mozilla and Opera Stores. The plug in was originally released as a Google Chrome extension.

CORE presents its full texts growth and introduces eduTDM at Open Science Fair 2019

CORE was active at the Open Science Fair 2019, an international event for all topics related to Open Science. CORE had two posters at this event; a general to the CORE service poster, which updated the community about the full text growth and wide usage of the CORE services, and a second one about the eduTDM. read more...

CORE visits Ethiopia and participates in an Open Science training session

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In June 2017, EIFL invited the global open access full text aggregator CORE to take part in an Open Science train-the-trainer course for universities and research institutions in EIFL partner countries.

Watch the videos recorded during the workshop and read more

Solomon Mekonnen – Open Access Ethiopia 

Zaituni Kaijage – Open Access Tanzania

Dr Roshan Karn – Open Access Nepal

Dr Manisha Dhakal – Open Access Nepal

Simon Osei – Open Access Ghana

Gloria Kadyamatimba – Open Access Zimbabwe

It was a great experience travelling to Addis Ababa and a big thanks to the workshop host, Library of the University of Addis Ababa (Mesfin Gezehagn, Solomon Mekonnen and Girma Aweke) for their hospitality. It was also great to meet the trainers participating in the workshop, from Ghana (Lucy Adjoa Dzandu, Simon Kwame Osei, Benjamin Yao Folitse), Nepal (Dr Manisha Dhakal and Dr Roshan Kumar Karn), Tanzania (Zaituni Kokujona Kaijage, Paul Samwel Muneja, Bwire Wilson Bwire) and Zimbabwe (Gloria Kadyamatimba).