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Open Access Helper gets CORE API v3 boost
We are always excited to announce new releases of tools that support Open Access and use the CORE services.
This time there is a release from our friends at the Open Access Helper. This is a tool that helps everyone discover a legal Open Access version of research outputs around the web. 
What is new with this version is the application’s ability to bring to researchers proactive notifications on their iPad and iPhone whenever they are browsing articles behind a paywall. 
We are really excited about this release because it is integrating our brand new CORE API (v3).read more...
10th February 2022CORE AdminAPI, CORE, Integrationcore, core coreAPI APIv3, core integration API, coreAPI, integration, openaccess
Flowcite Expands its Knowledge Library with 210 Million Research Papers from CORE
Flowcite has teamed up with CORE, the world’s largest aggregator of open access research papers. The partnership will provide Flowcite users with free and unlimited access to millions of open access research papers from the CORE database.
CORE is delighted to partner with Flowcite and progress our aligned goals to make open research content available to all. By connecting our innovative solutions we continue to evolve the way research is being completed and increase the discoverability and usage of all research outputs.” Dr Petr Knoth, CORE Founder.read more...
9th April 2021CORE AdminCORE, dataset, Integrationcore, database, dataset, integration
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 helps Lean Library to provide its users with freely accessible copies of research papers
CORE follows its mission and makes open access more visible and reusable by being an enabling infrastructure. This time CORE joins its forces with Lean Library, whose aim is to provide seamless access to research materials for users. Due to this collaboration with Lean Library, the CORE Discovery service will now be indirectly used by library systems integrating Lean Library, thereby reaching more users. More information about this integration can be found here.
22nd May 2020CORE AdminAPI, CORE, discovery, IntegrationAPI, core, discovery, integration, LeanLibrary
CORE Recommender installation for DSpace
In this blog post, Alex Efimov, Staff Engineer at the Research Office of the Ural Federal University, gives a step by step guide on how to install the CORE Recommender on DSpace. The post is also available in Russian
The CORE Recommender is a large and complex service, while its main purpose is to advance a repository by recommending similar articles. This blog post reviews only the plugin for a dspace/jspui based repository. The source of recommended data is the base of CORE, which consists of metadata descriptions and full texts. In addition, this plugin can recommend articles from the same repository as well.read more...
12th March 2020CORE AdminCORE, recommendercore, DSpace, integration, recommender
LA Referencia integrates CORE Recommender in its services
LA Referencia – an aggregator of research papers from Latin America collaborates with CORE – a scholarly communications infrastructure that provides access to the world’s largest collection of open access research publications, acquired from a global network of repositories and journals.
CORE Recommender is now integrated within  LA Referencia, allowing users to discover similar articles from across a network of thousand open access data providers. CORE Recommender acts as a gate to millions of open access research papers, suggesting relevant articles where the full text is guaranteed to be openly available. Moreover, the recommender delivers to users only free to read materials, i.e. materials that can be accessed without hitting a paywall. 
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20th November 2019Catherine Kuliavetsaggregation, CORE, recommender, repositoriescollaboration, core, integration, LAReferencia, latinamerica, recommender, SouthAmerica
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