New Release of Fabrica: Improvements Inspired by User Feedback

We are excited to announce the latest release of Fabrica! We are thrilled to announce that this release includes 13 new improvements that have been heavily influenced by user feedback and user behavior.

At DataCite, we believe in a user-driven design approach and are committed to creating the best possible experience for our users. We want to express our gratitude to all users who have taken the time to share their thoughts and ideas with us. Your input is invaluable and has played a crucial role in developing these changes.

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Welcome our new DataCite Committee Members

We are pleased to welcome new committee members to the DataCite Community Engagement Steering Group, Services and Technology Steering Group, and Metadata Working Group. Following our call for nominations in October, we received many applications from community members seeking to contribute to DataCite’s mission. Below, you can read more about the new members and what they bring to DataCite!

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Wellcome Trust and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Partner with DataCite to Build the Open Global Data Citation Corpus

Aggregated references to data across outputs will help the community monitor impact, inform future funding, and improve the dissemination of research Amsterdam – 17 January 2023 – DataCite is pleased to announce that The Wellcome Trust has awarded funds to build the Open Global Data Citation Corpus to dramatically transform the data citation landscape. The […]

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DataCite Celebrate and Reflect on a Year of Global Community Collaboration

As the world emerged from the global COVID-19 restrictions, 2022 will go down in history. When many of us observed the COVID -19 restrictions being lifted, geopolitical unrest, inflation, and tightening of the monetary policy started to have an impact on the global community. Despite these uncertainties, the DataCite community remained resilient and committed to our mission. 

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Mind the gap – what to expect when practicing FAIR

Implementing FAIR Workflows: A Proof of Concept Study in the Field of Consciousness is a 3-year project funded by the Templeton World Charity Foundation. In this project, DataCite works with a number of partners on providing an exemplar workflow that researchers can use to implement FAIR practices throughout their research lifecycle. In this monthly blog series, the different project participants will share perspectives on FAIR practices and recommendations. 

In this post, Xiaoli Chen, project lead at DataCite, reflects on the gap between acknowledging FAIR and practicing FAIR.

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