Future Services Other services, such as a platform to support translation, a single access point to book reviews, a support service to publishing tools users, or a federated annotation service, are under consideration. OPERAS’ catalog of services is designed to
Research for Society A platform for humanities and social sciences research blogs Hypothesis is designed to be an interactive platform between humanities and social sciences (SSH) researchers and the society at large. Developing the practices of academic blogging, the hypotheses.org
Discovery Find your way in the maze of academic publishing in social sciences and humanities. Pathfinder is designed to help researchers find a solution to their editorial needs, in the context of open scholarly communication, and can be used in
Quality Insurance Service Peer Review Information Service for Monographs (PRISM) Increasing trust in Open Access book publishing by improving transparency around the quality assurance process (peer review procedure). PRISM gives publishers the opportunity to display information about their peer review
Analytics Service Metrics Service Collects usage and impact metrics related to published Open Access content from many different sources and allows for their access, display and analysis from a single access point. OPERAS Metrics is a usage and alt-metrics platform
Discovery Service Dedicated platform for social sciences and humanities publications, researcher profiles, and projects that includes multilingualism, creation of links and connections to different data sources, bridging of disciplines, integrated services, and crowdfunding. The GoTriple platform is currently under development
OPERAS Services OPERAS is currently in its preparation phase, developing a catalog of different scholarly communication services at European level, addressing the specific needs of the research community identified in the previous Horizon 2020 EU OPERAS projects OPERAS-D and HIRMEOS.