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    Introducing the Digital Object Container Identifier: a multilinear object & identifier approach in using PIDs to build equity
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Owango, Joy; Ksibi, Nabil
    Presentation at the PIDfest Conference 2024.
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    Persistent IDentifiers in Funder Workflows and the Research Lifecycle
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Wijnbergen, Ivo
    ORCID iD is a unique and persistent identifier for researchers that ensures the persistence and interoperability of scientific communication and facilitates the exchange of information in accordance with the principles of open science and FAIR data. This workshop focuses on the integration of ORCID iD into the systems of research funding organizations, with the goal of reducing the administrative burden on researchers and increasing the visibility of Czech research results globally. The goal of the workshop is to provide a platform to discuss the benefits and practical use of ORCID iD in the Czech environment.
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    ORCID integration into PTCRIS: developing an integrated research information ecosystem in Portugal
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Laranjeira, Cátia
    ORCID iD is a unique and persistent identifier for researchers that ensures the persistence and interoperability of scientific communication and facilitates the exchange of information in accordance with the principles of open science and FAIR data. This workshop focuses on the integration of ORCID iD into the systems of research funding organizations, with the goal of reducing the administrative burden on researchers and increasing the visibility of Czech research results globally. The goal of the workshop is to provide a platform to discuss the benefits and practical use of ORCID iD in the Czech environment.
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    PID-optimized research workflows
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Meadows, Alice
    ORCID iD is a unique and persistent identifier for researchers that ensures the persistence and interoperability of scientific communication and facilitates the exchange of information in accordance with the principles of open science and FAIR data. This workshop focuses on the integration of ORCID iD into the systems of research funding organizations, with the goal of reducing the administrative burden on researchers and increasing the visibility of Czech research results globally. The goal of the workshop is to provide a platform to discuss the benefits and practical use of ORCID iD in the Czech environment.
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    Welcome & Intro to Current PID Landscape in the Czech Republic
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Svoboda, Martin
    Presentation at the Workshop ORCID iD 2024 about current state of persistent identifiers in the Czech Republic.
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    From Collection to Citation : The Diverse Actors and PIDs Needed for Comprehensive Material Sample Management
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Klump, Jens; Edmunds, Rorie; Thomer, Andrea
    This interactive panel session will use the ESIP Cluster’s mapping to trace the network of actors involved in the collection and process management of samples through their lifecycle, as well as key use cases and current technical challenges. It will focus on: 1. The assignment of PIDs (e.g., IGSN IDs). 2. Guidelines developed by the ESIP Cluster to enable sample citation in scholarly publications. By taking a holistic view of those involved in material sample management, the session hopes to foster dialogue between researchers and the (meta)data managers who can realise their changing needs and expectations regarding standardised protocols, transparent metadata, and efficient sample retrieval.
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    Novel Uses and Emerging Trends in PIDs
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Subhani, Muhammad Imtiaz ; Osman, Amber
    In this session, we delve into the dynamic realm of PIDs, uncovering both their novel applications and emerging trends reshaping the digital ecosystem. The session begins by examining the foundational role of PIDs in research data management, where they ensure the discoverability, accessibility, and citability of diverse data sets. We explore how PIDs empower researchers to track data provenance, facilitate data sharing, and enhance reproducibility, fostering transparency and collaboration in scientific endeavors.
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    Double Identification Workflows Research and Practical Application: DataCite / CSTR Collaboration
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Chen, Xiaoli
    Presentation at the PIDfest Conference 2024.
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    Why PIDs Matter: Keynote Panel 1
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Zheng, Zefan; Owango, Joy; Finch, Caroline; Porter, Simon; Hoekstra, Rinke
    Presentation at the PIDfest Conference 2024 from the Keynote Panel 1 on topic WHy PIDs Matter. Includes following presentations: Zefan Zheng. Learning to be FAIR; Joy Owango. Why PIDs matter?; Simon Porter. For Service Providers, PIDsare an invitation to collaborate ; Rinke Hoekstra. Why PIDs matter(The Good, The Bad and The Ugly).
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    Developing a New Award DOI Service - US Department of Energy
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Robinson, Carly
    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) provides DOE awarding organizations the ability to assign DOIs to awards. The journey to provide this service began in 2017, when we started to hear from DOE communities about how helpful it would be to have persistent identifiers assigned to awards. As early participants in Crossref’s Funder Advisory Group, we were involved in the development of their Grant ID service, allowing Crossref members to assign DOIs to various types of awards using a metadata schema specifically tailored to describe awards. Leveraging this experience and following the launch of the Crossref service, the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) developed a new Award DOI Service. I’ll share the process of developing the DOE Award DOI Service, its 2020 minimum viable product launch, and the continued development efforts working to scale up the service.
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    Leveraging PIDs to Implement Open Science Aware Responsible Research Assessment
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Tatum, Clifford
    This presentation introduces the Open Science Assessment Framework (OSAF), which is being developed to facilitate the use of research assessment-specific infrastructure informed by sensibilities of both the Open Science (OS) and Responsible Research Assessment (RRA) movements. Central to the OSAF is adapting the RAiD (a new PID for projects) for use in research(er) assessment. The RAiD is presently being implemented as a service on the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) platform via the FAIRCORE4EOSC project. The OSAF is presently being developed in the GraspOS project. Both projects are funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe framework programme.
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    Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) for Dataset Elements to Enhance the FAIR Principles
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Saldanha Bach, Janete; Mutschke, Peter
    The current PID assignments at the study or dataset level in the Social Sciences are insufficient to disambiguate data citation. It needs a more granular identification to allow for precise data identification and to overcome the widespread inconsistency in data referencing practices. Existing methods lead to ambiguity, reliance on inadequate metadata, and difficulties in data retrieval, while PIDs for dataset elements enhance FAIR principles and improve research visibility. In this sense, we present the PIDs registration service for individual dataset elements by KonsortSWD of the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI). This service is a pivotal advancement, addressing the challenges in data citation by enabling fine-grained referencing, thereby improving research integrity and transparency. The technical solution developed within the KonsortSWD's PID service uses the ePic API, using the Handle standard, and is highly compliant with the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model due to its machine-actionable features such as enabled citation tracking for enhanced data findability and interoperability.
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    Developing a New Identifier to Support Trust in Media: Input on a Universal Media Identifier
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Carpenter, Todd
    In early 2024, ISO approved the creation of a new International Workshop Agreement project to develop a plan for a new identifier that would uniquely identify media channels and brands. The deliverable of this workshop is a document that provides requirements and recommendations for the structure and governance of Unique Media Identifiers (UMiDs) that are assigned to channels and brands (content publishers). The aim of this unique key is to establish source identity, i. e. a clear connection between outlets and assets belonging to the same content publisher, channel, or brand across platforms, including news media websites and their social media presence. Such an interoperable system of identifiers is crucial to safeguarding the integrity of the online news ecosphere,,which is relevant for every stakeholder and user when publishing, accessing, and managing content online.
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    Developing a US National PID Strategy
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Carpenter, Todd
    Following the lead of other countries, the United States is developing a national PID strategy. The research landscape in the US is complex and very heterogeneous, with many distinct communities of practice, funding sources, institutional engagements, as well as corporate interests engaged in the research ecosystem. Building upon the work of the RDA PID National Strategies group, a team is crafting a cohesive plan to support PID adoption, application and resource development. This session will outline our work, progress toward the national strategy and how it will interact with and support other similar national approaches.
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    Understanding what makes persistent identifiers “persistent”
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Almeida, Melroy; Aryani, Amir
    Different PIDs within the research community have different infrastructures, interests, values and serve different needs of the community while collaborating with each other. The nature of persistent identifiers not only requires technical capabilities but also requires communities to bring them together. For PIDs to be useful to the community, the persistence of identifiers needs to be preserved and maintained. In this session we aim to explore the role of community in the usage and adoption of persistent identifiers. We look to understand which components of the community and what sort of ecosystems would nurture the success of PIDS and continue to make it persistent over time.
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    Australian National Graph: Levering PIDs to Animate the National Level Network of Research Collaborations
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Almeida, Melroy; Aryani, Amir
    In this presentation, we explore the concept of the National Persistent Identifier (PID) graph. Connections between ORCID, ROR, DOI, RAID, and other PIDs provide a valuable source of information about the digital footprint of research and the collaboration network of researchers. We provide insights into these connections across the Australian research ecosystem such as the role of ORCID in connecting researchers to nationally funded grants by Australian Research Council (ARC), the coverage of ROR in Australia, and the scope of FunderID in connecting research outputs to Australian research institutions.
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    It Takes More Than a Village: A National Network of Bottom up PID Strategies in Germany
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Ziedorn, Frauke; Genderjahn, Steffi; Hagemann-Wilholt, Stephanie; Taller, Nelli
    There are individual efforts to develop national persistent identifier (PID) strategies involving numerous stakeholders and infrastructures. The planned panel discussion wants to provide insights into the diversity of developments in Germany. We will present the bottom-up strategies for open identification systems from the perspective of the projects PID Network Germany and PID4NFDI as well as the national DOI and ORCID consortia.
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    Implementing FAIR Workflows: PIDs in the Research Project Lifecycle
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Zheng, Zefan; Ross, Shawn; Cousijn, Helena; Chen, Xiaoli
    In this session we will present the work and experiences implementing PIDs and metadata workflows in a Neuroscience PhD research project, and walk the audience through the research project life cycle from the perspectives of the key PIDs – the roles they play in each stage of the research process, and what action items researchers should check off as they manage and share their research, to make sure the open research infrastructure is utilized to the fullest to optimize the FAIRness of each output. The session will contain four short talks explaining the FAIR workflows approach, the importance of aggregating information at the project level, the resulting project dashboard, and most importantly, the experiences of the researcher applying FAIR workflows to his research project. This will demonstrate the primary PID use cases throughout the research project life cycle and how they can be integrated into the day-to-day practices.
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    A Universal Proposal System: Connecting Facilities, Users, Institutions, and Data
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) White-DePace, Susan; Vanni, Constance A.; Jones, Paul
    Three U.S. Department of Energy Scientific User Facilities are partnering on a shared application to manage the submission and review of research proposals, making use of ORCID and ROR identifiers to standardize the format and structure of proposal data and supplement local, independent business systems with PIDs that can follow a user and their research from proposal to publication.
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    Advancing FAIR Data Practices through Integrating Scientific Measuring Instruments PIDs for CRIS
    (National Library of Technology, 2024) Wermelinger, Julia; Grasso Toro, Federico
    In research data management, the integration of Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) plays a pivotal role in achieving Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) data. This presentation explores the synergy of three components - OpenIRIS, Code Versioning by Git, and Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for research results. By establish a comprehensive framework for enhancing Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) by FAIR data practices. The non-profit platform Openiris.io as a beacon for the research community: facilitating the discovery, sharing, and management of resources. Through its central portal and customed institutional portals, OpenIRIS incorporates features developed with direct researchers involvement, making it a repository of best practices for scientific resource management, in particular measuring instruments.