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DataCite Annual Conference in Nancy, France, 25 - 26 August 2014

DataCite invites you to our 5th Annual Conference & Special Anniversary Celebration. This year’s theme, Giving Value to Data: Advocacy, Guidance, Services will highlight recent developments in the discovery, access and reuse of research data. The conference will celebrate the dramatic advances made in the way the research community works with data since minting the first DOI for data a decade ago. This is underscored by DataCite minting its 3,000,000th DOI (Digital Object Identifier) earlier this year.

DataCite in the Open Repositories 2014 Conference

DataCite will be represented in the Open Repositories 2014 Conference, to be held June 09-13 in Helsinki, Finland in the context of the ODIN (ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network) project.

ODIN project webinar video now available

Thank you all for registering for the ODIN project data webinar, which was held June 3rd and attracted up to 160 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

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