SSH Open Marketplace: Beta Release is live and available for public testing

The Beta release of the SSH Open Marketplace was launched in January and is available for public testing. The SSH Open Marketplace is a discovery portal designed to offer social sciences and humanities researchers the tools, software, datasets, training materials, and workflows they need to manage their data across the full research life cycle. 

Currently boasting some 5000 individual records – and growing, the SSH Open Marketplace is a key service from the SSHOC project and will continue to evolve throughout 2021. It already has a polished and stable front and back end and is ready to be explored. 

You are warmly invited to review and test the service, submitting any user suggestions directly to the development team via the “Report an issue” button provided or by joining the SSH Open Marketplace Tester Community, to be more actively involved in ongoing developments.

“The Beta version is an important opportunity for us to involve the community as part of our participatory-design approach. Feedback during this development phase leading up to the final release of the SSH Open Marketplace is most welcome and will be systematically integrated into ongoing developments.” Frank Fischer, DARIAH Director and SSHOC WP7 leader.

Read the article on the beta release at SSHOC’s official website or go explore the SSH Open Marketplace.