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Better Together: PIDs and Open Science – Connections Make Science Open
The third session of Better Together, a joint webinar series co-organized by Crossref, DataCite and ORCID, features speaker, Dr. Tiffany Straza, an Open Science Consultant in the Section of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy at UNESCO.
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.
In this session, we discussed Open Science, the UNESCO Recommendations, and how connections between research outputs, organizations, and individuals can benefit different research workflows and save costs.
Enabling Value showcases how ORCID-enabled scholarly service providers enable fast and simple registry interoperability for ORCID member organizations and other scholarly institutions.
I’m a Member, Now What?! ensures your organization is getting the most out of its membership.
For our community
During Open Access Week 2022 KAUST, INFLIBNET India, PKP and ARDC joined us to discuss how they contribute to open science.
10 years of ORCID! A panel of ORCID pioneers reflect on ORCID’s first decade, share biggest surprises and lessons learned, and look ahead to what the future may hold.
ORCID Product updates
The ORCID Product Team shares the progress that has been made, updates that have been implemented, and what projects are on the horizon. Catch up on the latest updates!
Global Participation Fund
Learn more about the Global Participation Fund, the grant application and funding process, and the projects that have been funded.