IG

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Case Statement: 
IG Established
 

The pervasive use of persistent identifiers is seen as a foundational element in anchoring and referencing research data in an interoperable way. The purpose of the Persistent Identifier Interest Group is to synchronize identifier-related efforts, address important and emerging PID-related topics and coordinate activities, including appropriate RDA Working Groups, to practically solve PID-related issues from the engaged communities.

The PID IG will foster working groups to address specific topics, and in particular to address and define emerging PID use cases in the domain of data, and whether the research community would benefit from a global open identifiers for persons, data objects, organizations, grants, etc. Where applicable the PID-IG will collaborate with existing RDA working groups, or it will establish new working groups based on priority areas as identified at RDA plenaries.

A full charter document can be found here.



Recent Activity

29 Oct 2018

FREYA Project Blog

Hi everyone,

Most of you probably already know the FREYA project, but I wanted to draw your attention to our project blog. We use the blog to publish posts about the FREYA project, our work, deliverables, conferences and meetings, and any other PID-related things.

Our most recent blog, for instance, gives an impression of the FORCE2018 meeting were FREYA was present: https://www.project-freya.eu/en/blogs/blogs/freya-force2018-making-pids-...

26 Oct 2018

Identifiers of Digital Objects (IDOs) and Digital Identifiers of Objects (DIOs): a conceptual framework for identifiers

[ I'm cross-posting this message to several groups that may be interested in these results: I hope that by sending only one mail to several mailing list will allow the mailing list server to send just one message to each recipient.
My apologies for the duplicate messages if this is not the case ]
Dear all,

13 Sep 2017

PID IG session in Montreal

Hi everyone -
you might be interested to join the PID IG session in Montreal. We will present and discuss the latest happenings around persistent identifier, i.e. new identifiery types or usage thereof.
You can find the draft agenda here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GMI_p0Kjzgjfr-hD40tyoNRV3kHTdDpxrrWR...
If you like to chime in to show or discuss your projects and ideas, there is enough time foreseen for such contributions!.

20 Apr 2017

PID IG co-chair rotation

Dear PID IG members,
following discussions at and after the RDA Plenary 9 in Barcelona, we
would like to rotate the co-chairs of the PID IG, a process which is
also frequently encouraged by RDA. I will step down as co-chair and be
followed by Jonathan Clark from the DOI Foundation, whom I suspect many
of you know. I believe Jonathan's good spirit and energy will be a very
welcome addition to the group. Unless there are objections to this
decision, we will soon go ahead and request the rotation to be formally
made by the RDA secretariat.

23 Mar 2017

Research Data Alliance DDPIG Interim Outputs for review and comment

Dear RDA Interest Group members,

We wish to share with you the draft outputs created by three of
the Task Force teams of the RDA Data Discovery Paradigms Interest
Group. We think one or more of these outputs are relevant to the
work your IG is doing. Your thoughts and feedback on the three
interim documents will be greatly appreciated:

03 Jan 2017

CFP: Persistent Identifier session at EGU 2017

Dear colleagues,
the following session at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly
2017 may be of interest to those combining PID topics with geosciences
and related disciplines. Submission deadline is January 11.
Apologies for cross-postings.
http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/session/22861
ESSI 2.3 - Developing Persistent Identifiers for Future Applications and
Maintaining Integrity

09 Jun 2016

Call for Papers - Special Issue "20 Years of Persistent Identifiers"

--- Apologies for cross-postings ---
Dear colleagues,
we would like to invite you to consider publishing some of your work in
an upcoming Special Issue of the Data Science Journal (DSJ)
under the topic "20 Years of Persistent
Identifiers - Where do we go next?". The submission deadline is 31
August 2016.
Persistent identifiers (PID) for scholarly resources have been around
now for more than 20 years. Since the initial launch of the Handle.net
we have seen a proliferation of PID into many use cases. Some PID

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