Cross-posted from the Make Data Count blog. As a research and scholarly communications community, we value methods to gauge the impact of research outputs, and we do this in the forms of citations and downloads. But, until now this has been limited to traditional journal publications, and scholarly research is much more than an article. […]
Month: August 2017
Announcing PIDapalooza 2018 – the open festival for persistent identifiers!
PIDapalooza is back, by popular demand! We’re building on the the best of the inaugural PIDapalooza and organizing two days packed with discussions, demos, informal and interactive sessions, updates, talks by leading PID innovators, and more. There will be lots of opportunities to network – and to learn from and engage with PID enthusiasts from […]
DataCite is Hiring another Application Developer
As DataCite’s Technical Director I am very excited to announce that DataCite is looking for another application developer to strengthen our team. This is an opportunity to work on interesting development work around scholarly infrastructure with a focus on research data. You would join a small technical team of one application developer based in Berlin […]
EZID DOI Service is Evolving
The California Digital Library (CDL) and Purdue University are adopting a new strategic direction for their EZID digital object identifier (DOI) services to support DataCite’s long-term sustainability and to improve DOI services for the broader community. Over the course of the next two years, EZID DOI services will be phased out for users outside of […]