ORCID and DataCite Final Event: Towards Holistic Open Research

The ODIN project has been working since 2012 to link researchers to their datasets using PIDs in real-world research systems. The team have examined the landscape as it evolves with input from an international group of experts in the field and built practical tools to enable others to link PIDs.

ODIN project webinar video now available

Thank you all for registering for the ODIN webinar on persistent identifiers which was held September 9th and attracted up to 60 people.
We are pleased to inform you that videos and slides from the webinar are now available from the ODIN project site, at:

http://odin-project.eu/events/webinars/

If you have any questions for the presenters, please do not hesitate to contact us via the ODIN project email address:

info@odin-project.eu

ODIN Webinar on Tuesday September 9 at 1500 (BST) / 1600 (CEST) / 1700 (EEST)

After ODIN: looking to the future

Announcing a free webinar from the ODIN project, taking place on Tuesday September 9, at 1500 (BST) / 1600 (CEST) / 1700 (EEST)

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Why do we need persistent identifiers (PIDS)? What can we do with them - and what can’t we do without them? Given that the technology exists, why don’t researchers already have access to all the PIDs, systems and services that they could possibly need?

Thomson Reuters Collaborates with DataCite to Expand Discovery of Research Data

Thomson Reuters Data Citation Index’s cooperation with DataCite guides industry to better discovery, attribution and connectivity to research

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