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Sustaining an Open Scholarly Ecosystem with Community-Based Open Source

Cartolano, Robert T.

Institutions around the world have turned to community-based infrastructure to address the challenges of the scholarly ecosystem. Leveraging the benefits of the open ecosystem including but not limited to open source and open data, it is increasingly possible to develop innovative services at scale. Organizations such as HathiTrust, DuraSpace, Lyrasis and others have achieved a level of success in supporting community-based projects that meet the needs of hundreds of institutions. This talk will summarize recent successes, challenges for today, and emerging opportunities that can help to accelerate our collective efforts to support an open scholarly ecosystem.

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June 7, 2019

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Keynote presentation at ELPUB 2019: https://elpub2019.hypotheses.org/1673#cartolano

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