Newsletter Nr. 6 – November 2018 Click here to read our Newsletter! Dear readers, Welcome to the sixth edition of the HIRMEOS newsletter. The newsletter keeps you updated on developments in the project High Integration of Research Monographs in the
HIRMEOS Workshop: Entity-Fishing for Digital Humanities and Scholarly Publishing
We would like to announce the next HIRMEOS workshop: Entity-Fishing for Digital Humanities and Scholarly Publishing Tuesday, 04 September 2018, 9:30-17:00 Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen Vortragsraum, SUB historical Building Papendieck 14 37073 Göttingen https://goo.gl/maps/yWCuqdhtXNy In the course of
Newsletter Nr. 5 is out!
Dear readers, Welcome to the fifth edition of the HIRMEOS newsletter. The HIRMEOS newsletter keeps you updated about developments in the project High Integration of Research Monographs in the European Open Science infrastructure (HIRMEOS). In this issue: * Our new
Strategic Partnership between PKP and EKT
The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) announces the establishment of a new strategic partnership with a member of the HIRMEOS project, the National Documentation Centre(EKT) of Greece. PKP, founded 1998 by John Willinsky, is a multi-university initiative developing free open source
HIRMEOS enhances its digital platforms with entity-fishing: Validation of the NERD Services.
Validation of the NERD Services The platforms involved in the project have completed the integration of entity-fishing (NERD – Named Entities Recognition and Disambiguation) services. Several applications have been successfully tested on the platforms and over the coming months they
HIRMEOS Validation Workshop in Amsterdam
OAPEN organised the validation workshop of HIRMEOS, which took place on 23 January 2018 in the Amsterdam Public Library. During the workshop, the different working groups presented the activities of the last months and discussed the next steps. Particular attention
Identification Services: Standards Implemented!
The first major technical improvement of the publishing platforms involved in the project has been achieved. The Work Package lead by the Greek National Documentation Center (EKT) has enabled four of the five book platforms – Ubiquity Press had already