TRIPLE in a nutshell
- TRIPLE stands for Transforming Research through Innovative Practices for Linked Interdisciplinary Exploration
- Launch: 1 October 2019
- Official kick-off: 4 December 2019
- Project duration: 42 months (2019–2023)
- Financed under the Horizon 2020 framework with approx. 5.6 million Euros
- Consortium of 19 partners from 13 European countries
- Coordinated from France by the Research Infrastructure Huma-Num, a unit of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)
- Currently 87 staff members working in one or more of the 8 work packages
- Is an innovative multilingual and multicultural discovery solution for the social sciences and humanities (SSH)
- Will provide a single access point that allows you to explore, find, access and reuse materials such as literature, data, projects and researcher profiles at European scale
- Is based on the Isidore search engine developed by Huma-Num (unit of CNRS)
- A prototype will be released in autumn 2021
- Will be one of the dedicated services of OPERAS, the research infrastructure supporting open scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities in the European Research Area
TRIPLE and OPERAS News
Who is behind the TRIPLE project? What is their role in the project, what is their background, and how did they get in touch with the Open Science movement? Get to know the TRIPLE project team and read the latest
At the end of October, we had issued a call for European experts from the social sciences and humanities (SSH) who would like to join the newly established TRIPLE Advisory Board (TAB). Many thanks to the twelve scholars who have
- New OPERAS Newsletter: February 2021by Judith Schulte on 22 February 2021
The next OPERAS Newsletter is now available: OPERAS Newsletter February 2021 The newsletter keeps you updated about the OPERAS Research Infrastructure, its ongoing projects (COESO, OPERAS-P, TRIPLE, Study on OA Diamond, OPERAS-GER), the CO-OPERAS...
- DOAB successfully relaunches the OPERAS Certification Service on the open source DSpace platformby Judith Schulte on 17 February 2021
OPERAS, the European Research Infrastructure for the development of open scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities, is glad to announce the successful migration of DOAB to a new open source environment. The...
This morning's #OPERASLab workshop "Future of scholarly writing in SSH": @mblaszczynska presents outcomes from an OPERAS study on tools & services... used by #humanities and #socialsciences researchers across Europe. #writing #presentations #citations #references #notetaking #skills
The last day of The Future of Scholarly Communication: #OPERAS-P Workshop (24–26 February 2021) starts with a session about the "Future of ... scholarly writing in SSH".
#ScholComm #SSH #SSHResearch #DH #OA
#OPERASLab @OPERASEU @EU_H2020
Day 2 of #OPERASLab begins with "Innovative models of #bibliodiversity in scholarly publications". Outputs presented by @DelfimLeao with comments ... from Margo Bargheer, @PetarPjandric, and Sayri Karp.