DataCite, ORCID, and Sages invite you to this webinar that will address the importance of adopting Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) like DataCite DOIs and ORCID iDs to ensure that researchers and their contributions are uniquely identified, connected, and discoverable. The session will discuss:
- why and how organizations can benefit from working with service providers that have implemented DataCite and ORCID to improve research infrastructure and their growth.
- why and how researchers can benefit from a connected PIDs infrastructure
- the Polish Platform of Medical Research (PPM) use case will be demonstrated to showcase integration with PIDs in Institutional CRIS systems.
- risks and trust in pursuit of a well functioning Persistent Identifier infrastructure for research
All are welcome! Register here.
- Chih-Chih Estelle Cheng, ORCID
- Helena Cousijn, DataCite
- Jakub Koperwas, Sages, Omega-PSIR
- Justyna Zawada, Wroclaw Medical University Library
- Pablo de Castro, euroCRIS
DataCite: DataCite is a leading global non-profit organization that provides persistent identifiers (DOIs) for research data and other research outputs. ORCID and DataCite are reciprocal members.
ORCID: ORCID, which stands for Open Researcher and Contributor ID, is a global, not-for-profit organization sustained by fees from our member organizations. We are community-built and governed by a Board of Directors representative of our membership with wide stakeholder representation. ORCID is supported by a dedicated and knowledgeable professional staff.
Sages: Sages offers Research Information Systems - comprehensive solution for archiving, sharing and knowledge management based on open source software (OMEGA-PSIR).