PID NL - A workshop on the use of Persistent Identifiers in the Netherlands.

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20 Nov 2019

PID NL - A workshop on the use of Persistent Identifiers in the Netherlands.

 

Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) are an important component of Open Science and FAIR data practices. PIDs ensure that entities within the research workflow are discoverable, citable, comprehensible, and connected.

In this workshop, we will provide an overview of the value of PIDs and the different PID types available, followed by demonstrations of PID implementations and examples of how to successfully increase PID awareness. After lunch, we’ll roll up our sleeves and break out in groups to start exploring what PIDs can do for you or your institution. 

Where? The Hague, NWO building

When? 20th of November 2019, 10:00 - 17:30 CET - Venue opens @09:30 hrs.

Who? Information Specialists, Librarians, Repository managers, CRIS managers, Policy makers, and everyone else interested in PIDs!

What? Presentations and interactive break-out sessions. Expect to go home with new PID plans!

Programme

10:00 hrs - Welcome 

10:05 hrs - The importance of PIDs for science in the Netherlands - Maria Cruz (NWO)

10:20 hrs - Using PIDs in a research workflow - Esther Plomp (TU Delft)

10:40 hrs - ORCIDs in bloom: Best practices for stimulating the adoption of author identifiers - Peter Verhaar (Leiden University)

11:00 hrs - Making Data FAIR with the use of DOI's - Madeleine de Smaele (4TU)

11:20 hrs - PID’s and Poetry - Hylke Koers (SURFsara)

11:40 hrs - Workshop introductions and Q&A

12:00 hrs LUNCH

13:00 - 14:30 hrs Parallel sessions

Session 1: PIDs 101 (repeating at 1500) - Ivo Wijnbergen (ORCID) and Helena Cousijn (DataCite)

Session 2: Persistent Identifiers for Digital Cultural Heritage - Marcel Ras (NDE) and Remco Veenendaal (NA)

Session 3: PIDs in the Natural Sciences: Unambiguous link to the physical specimens - Sharif Islam (DiSSCo)

14:30 hrs COFFEE

15:00 - 16:30 hrs Parallel sessions

Session 4: PIDs 101 - Ivo Wijnbergen (ORCID) and Helena Cousijn (DataCite)

Session 5: How RDA supports effective PIDs - René van Horik (DANS) and Mark van de Sanden (SURFsara)

Session 6: Working with the PID Graph - Chris Baars (DANS) and Madeleine de Smaele (4TU)

16:30 hrs - Closing remarks and drinks

 

Please register here.

Full programme and presentations here.

 

This workshop is organised by RDA-NL in collaboration with 4TU.ResearchData, DataCite, the FREYA project, ORCID and SURF.