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ORCID and DataCite: Towards Holistic Open Research

ODIN Project

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (CEST)

ORCID and DataCite: Towards Holistic Open Research

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Recognising and rewarding researchers for their work means connecting researchers to all their outputs, including datasets. Tools, systems and services to enable this are increasingly becoming a part of the fabric of 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.

We would like to invite all those interested in research data citation, management, policy, evaluation and systems to join us for the ODIN project final event. We are delighted that additional context and experience will be provided by the keynote speakers for the day, Dr Merce Crosas, Director of Data Science at IQSS, Harvard University, and Dr Simon Hodson, Executive Director of CODATA.

You will be among the first to hear about our tools, findings and guidance and will have a chance to engage with the project team to understand how you can integrate and use PIDs. There will also be a dedicated technical session to address in depth technical questions.

Collocated with the 4th Research Data Alliance Plenary in Amsterdam, the ODIN Final Event presents an opportunity to learn more about the state of the art in research data citation, mechanisms for attribution and referencing in Open Science.


 Wednesday September 24 2014 - 13:30-17:00

 Room 2


1330 - 1340 Opening remarks and welcome (Laure Haak - ORCID)
1340 - 1410 The Care and Feeding of Scientific Data (Merce Crosas - Harvard University)
1410 - 1455 Persistent Identifier as an enabler in the research process
  Discovery and analysis (Rachael Kotarski - The British Library)
  Submission to datacentres (Sergio Ruiz - DataCite)
  Publishing and citing (Sunje Dallmeier-Tiessen - CERN)
1455-1500 Introduction to the breakouts, plus housekeeping
1500-1515 Break. Coffee available in breakout session rooms
1515-1600 Breakout sessions
Room 2 Room 8
Open Science enabled by persistent identifiers? (How) can we make it happen? Hands-on with ODIN interoperability solutions
Facilitator: Adrian Burton (Australian National Data Service) Facilitator: Martin Fenner (PLoS)
ODIN has demonstrated the practical possibilities for integrating PIDs into workflows, and for interoperation between PID systems. This offers an enormous range of potential benefits and opportunities - if we choose to make it happen. What are the barriers to, and drivers for, meaningful change? How can the research community come together to push policy and practice forward? Should the use of PIDs be mandatory or voluntary? If the latter, how can we incentivise researchers to engage? Join us in shaping a consensus on what should come next. ODIN allowed ORCID and DataCite to work together for the first time, not just as partners but also on a technical level. This has resulted in several services and implementations. So if you are interested in the tech behind the scenes, join this session and get involved. We appreciate your feedback and questions on our developments and services, as well as your thoughts about the way ahead.
Room 2
1615 - 1645 What’s next? What do we learn from the ODIN recommendations and discussions (Simon Hodson - CODATA)
1645 - 1700 Lessons learnt today and closing (Laure Haak - ORCID)
Have questions about ORCID and DataCite: Towards Holistic Open Research? Contact ODIN Project
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De Meervaart Conference Centre
Meer en Vaart 300
1068 Amsterdam

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (CEST)

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ODIN Project

The ODIN project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 312788.

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ORCID and DataCite: Towards Holistic Open Research
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