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Experience of using CORE Recommender
CORE Recommender is a plugin for repositories, journals and web interfaces that provides suggestions on relevant articles to the article a user is looking for. The source of recommended data is the base of CORE, which consists of over 25 million full texts from CORE. Today we have interviewed George Macgregor, Scholarly Publications & Research Data Manager at the University of Strathclyde, responsible for the Strathprints institutional repository.  Read about his experience of using CORE Recommender on the Jisc Research blog.read more...
2nd June 2021CORE AdminCORE, recommender, statisticscore, corerecommender, data, full-text, interview, recommender
CORE & PubMed collaborate for further full text dissemination
CORE provides access to freely available full text papers which were previously unavailable in PubMed to enhance the experience of its users. This is delivered via the LinkOut service. Read the CORE blog post to find out more about this integration. Continue reading on Open Research blog.
4th February 2021Catherine KuliavetsCORE, Integration, newslettercore, full-text, integration
CORE listed Number 1 in the list of top 21 free online journal and research databases
Image from the Scribendi website, 101 Free Online Journal and Research Databases for Academics.
An online editing and proofreading company, Scribendi, has recently put together a list of top 21 freely available online databases
. It is a pleasure to see CORE listed as Number 1 resource in this list. CORE has been included in this list thanks to its large volume of open access and free of cost content, offering 66 million of bibliographic metadata records and 5 million of full-text research outputs. Our content originates from open access journals and repositories, both institutional and disciplinary and can be accessed via our read more...
17th February 2017CORE Adminaggregation, CORE, harvesting, repositoriesAPI, dataset, full-text, guide, journals, open access, repositories, resources, scribendi, search engine
CORE now offers 5 millions of open access full-text research papers
CORE is thrilled to announce that it currently provides 5 millions of open access full-text papers.
CORE’s data providers from around the world
In the last year, we have managed to scale up our harvesting process. This enabled us to significantly increase the amount of open access content we can offer to our users. With more and more open access content being made available by data providers, thanks to recent open access policies, CORE now also captures and provides access to a higher percentage of global research literature ”, says CORE’s founder, Dr Petr Knoth.
With 66 million metadata records and 5 million full-text, from 102 countries, in 52 different languages, CORE becomes now the world’s largest full-text open access aggregator. CORE embraces the vibrant collections of both institutional and disciplinary repositories, while its large volume of scholarly outputs ranges from scientific research papers, to grey literature and from Master’s to Doctoral thesis. In addition, it is a metasearch for the all the open access peer-reviewed scientific journal articles published in open access journals. read more...
3rd February 2017CORE Adminaggregation, CORE, dataset, growth, harvesting, repositoriesfull-text, metadata, statistics, tdm1 Comment
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