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  • Group Focus: Disseminate, Link, and Find
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  • Group Description

     

    GORC International Model WG Case Statement

    The GORC International Benchmarking WG changed its name to GORC International Model WG on 2 August 2021. The revised Case Statement with the new group name has now been attached to this page.

    The following previous case statements have now been superseded.

     

    Introduction

     

    The Global Open Research Commons (GORC) is an ambitious vision of a global set of interoperable resources necessary to enable researchers to address societal grand challenges including climate change, pandemics, and poverty. The realized vision of GORC will provide frictionless access to all research artifacts including, but not limited to: data, publications, software and compute resources; and metadata, vocabulary, and identification services to everyone everywhere, at all times.

     

    The GORC is being built by a set of national, pan-national and domain specific organizations such as the European Open Science Cloud, the African Open Science Platform, and the International Virtual Observatory Alliance (see Appendix A for a fuller list). The GORC IG is working on a set of deliverables to support coordination amongst these organizations, including a roadmap for global alignment to help set priorities for Commons development and integration. In support of this roadmap, this WG will establish benchmarks to compare features across commons.  We will not coordinate the use of specific benchmarks by research commons. Rather, we will review and identify features currently implemented by a target set of GORC organizations and determine how they measure their user engagement with these features.

    GORC20International20Benchmarking20WG_20Case20Statement_0.pdf

    GORC20International20Benchmarking20WG20Case20Statement20V220April202021.pdf

    GORC20International20Model20WG_Case20Statement20V420July202021.pdf

  • Group Email

    gorc_model@rda-groups.org
  • Group Type: Working Group
  • Group Status: recognised-and-endorsed
  • Co-Chair(s): CJ Woodford, Mark Leggott, Andrew Treloar

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