Working session to:
- Highlight progress
- Review the draft National PID Strategies guidance document
- Present new or updated case studies
- Hear how this work is related to the EOSC FAIR-IMPACT project
- Discuss next steps ahead of WG wrap up in June
Collaborative session notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UkqRT_HT4Zd-GDRl2lSZovhTjTWwzAZ6PwuE...
- Co-chair’s welcome and introduction to the WG (5 mins)
- Review of the WG output:
Presentation from co-chairs on draft output: Pathways to national PID strategies (10 mins)
Working session to review (edit) the output (30 mins)
- New or updated case studies (20 minutes)
- Next steps for the WG: options and recommendations (20 mins)
- PIDs in the EOSC FAIR-IMPACT project - Jessica Parland-von Essen (5 mins)
- Summary and close (5 mins)
Background: a variety of case studies were presented at the previous plenary session Developing a ‘how-to’ guide for National PID Strategies and at WG online meetings in between plenaries
Researchers, PID providers, research information managers, publishers, policy makers, funders, service providers, and anyone with an interest in PID integration and adoption. This session will appeal to anyone who wants to find out about national PID strategies, the priority PIDs in the countries that set up this group, and the plans for encouraging adoption and integration of these PIDs to support open, responsible, and reproducible research, for example, as well as supporting research integrity and transparency.
The National PID Strategies WG was established after the Plenary 17 Birds of a Feather session, where there was a consensus that the WG should be formed with the objective of mapping common activities across national agencies/efforts and report on the specific PIDs adopted in the context of national PID strategies.
The WG runs from December 2021 to June 2023 and has been looking at commonalities across the national case studies, such as a national PID policy, a coordinating network/group developing roadmap and policies, similar PIDs being prioritised in national infrastructures and ORCID/DataCite consortia being common.
The WG has enabled coordination and community discussion to deliver the following:
- mapping common activities across national agencies/efforts and a guide on the specific PIDs adopted in the context of national PID strategies;
- agree PID categories and define common metadata and standards for PIDs;
- a minimal set of PIDs for international interoperability;
- example ideas on governance and common workflows.
At Plenary 19 the WG highlighted progress made in the first six months of the project. This included presentations from a number of national case studies and a draft version of the guide - Developing a ‘how-to’ guide for National PID Strategies. This session will provide the opportunity to hear about updates to existing case studies, new case studies, and the latest version of the guide.
Having a WG looking at national PID strategies has provided an opportunity to promote international PID systems rather than isolated national systems, avoid replication of PID development, and exchange experience of national-level PID coordination and map needs.
The working group start date was 10 December 2021. By the time of the RDA 20 plenary the group will have been running for 15 months so will be in its final phase. The work plan for the last 12 months includes the following:
0-12 months - seek community input to agree on PID categories and define common metadata and standards for PIDs, define a minimal set of PIDs for international interoperability, and provide example ideas on governance and common workflows.
12-18 months - complete community consultation and finalise agreement on report, national case studies, PID categories, common metadata and standards for PIDs, and minimal set of PIDs.
In this session, we will present updates to existing national PID strategy case studies, new case studies, and the latest version of the guide.
National PID Strategies Working Group Output – Guide
Australia case study - National PID Strategies
UK case study - National PID Strategies
Canada case study - National PID Strategies
Netherlands case study - National PID Strategies
Finland case study - National PID Strategies
Korea KISTI case study - National PID Strategies
Previous plenary meetings:
National PID Strategies VP19 WG meeting: Developing a ‘how-to’ guide for National PID Strategies
National PID Strategies VP18 WG meeting: Aligning and coordinating national PID strategies
National PID Strategies VP17 BoF: Opportunities for collaboration and alignment
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