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This introductory LIBSENSE webinar on Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) and the role they play in building open research infrastructures took place on September 7

Persistent identifiers (PIDs) – for individuals (ORCID iDs), research outputs (Crossref and Datacite DOIs) and organizations (RORs) are foundational elements in the research information infrastructure. They enable transparent and trustworthy connections and their wider adoption can lead to improved access to information and increased trust in scholarship and research.

Gabriela Mejias (ORCID Engagement Manager), Rachael Lammey (Crossref Head of Community Outreach) and Helena Cousijn (DataCite Director of Community Engagement) talked about ORCID, DOIs and ROR and how they contribute to the FAIRization of data (FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable). 

The recording is here (Access Passcode: C2!WY5y5) and the slides can be found at https://doi.org/10.23640/07243.12927377.v1

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