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Hi Adrian and others,
I would also like to attend!
If there is time to say a few words about that would be great too!
Given the current situation more will be happening online and it would be nice to remind people of the PID Forum as a way to stay connected.
Best wishes,

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From: on behalf of tom demeranville via PID IG
Reply to: “***@***.***
Date: Friday, 20 March 2020 at 11:58
To: Adrian Burton , PID IG
Subject: Re: [rda-pid-ig] virtual plenary session for PID IG?
I would definitely do my best to attend!
Tom Demeranville
Product Director
On Fri, Mar 20, 2020 at 6:17 AM aburton via PID IG wrote:
RDA is running some of the cancelled Melbourne sessions online over the next little while.
What would you t! hink about running our PID-IG session? We don’t have timing etc yet, so this is just an ‘in principle’ question as to whether you would attend or be able to present a virtual plenary session.
The Melbourne program could be changed, but here is what we had planned:
1. Intro and PID IG for newcomers (Adrian Burton)
2. PID System Updates
1. PIDs for Instruments: discussing the adoption of PIDINST WG output (Markus Stocker, Ted Habermann)
2. ROR: Research Organisations Registry (Maria Gould)
3. DataCite (John Chodacki)
3. PID user snapshots
1. PID best practices: European Space Agency (Iolanda Maggio)
2. Enterprise PID initiatives: Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (Kathryn Unsworth)
3. PID policies: European Open Science Cloud (Sarah Jones)
4. PID decision support framework: (Natasha Simons, ARDC)
4. Discussion: What is working? How do we know? Where there are still gaps or uncertainties?
Your thoughts?
Would you attend?
Could you present?

Dr Adrian Burton ,
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