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Better Together: PIDs and Open Science – Connections Make Science Open

November 1 @ 6:00 am 7:00 am UTC

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Join us for the third of the joint webinar series co-organized by Crossref, DataCite and ORCID. We will talk in-depth about who we are, how our organizations work together for the benefit of the scholarly community, and how Persistent Identifiers (PID) optimized research infrastructures support the implementation of Open Science.  The webinar will be presented in English and will last 90 minutes including time for Q&A. The slides and recording will be shared afterwards with all who register.

As addressed in the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science and UNESCO open science toolkit, Open Science infrastructures are key to the sustainability of Open Science. To make scientific research more accessible to everyone, the interoperability and reusability of research outputs associated with uniquely identified individuals are fundamental, which can be achieved via adopting PIDs across different research workflows, improving permanent and unrestricted access to the research community. 

As sustainable community-driven scholarly infrastructure providers ORCID, Crossref and Datacite, guarantee data provenance and machine-readability. Persistent identifiers combined with open, standardized, and machine-readable metadata enable reliable and robust connections to be made between research outputs, organizations, individuals and much more, as well as being beneficial to others who build services and tools on top of the open infrastructure we provide making content more discoverable.