Category Archives: Meetings

Summer meeting slides online and WDS

Dear all, today we put the slides from the summer meeting online. You can find them all on our our DataCite webpage . The reason for the delay is that I just returnded to Europe in the last days. After … Continue reading

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DataCite summer meeting recap

In the last 4 days Berkeley has been the heart of the „data citation world“. We first had the summit of the CODATA task group on data citation , followed by our two day DataCite summer meeting. Our meeting began … Continue reading

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DataCite Summer Meeting “Data and the Scholarly Record: the Changing Landscape”

DataCite will hold its second Summer Meeting on August 24th and 25th at the historic Shattuck Plaza Hotel in Berkeley, California. The Summer Meeting will be a 1.5 day event and is open to all. You can register at: reading

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DataCite website refurbished

Dear all, we have refurbished the DataCite Website. The new version is easier to navigate and allows user to find the information they look for more directly. Please take your time and if you like, give us some feedback on … Continue reading

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So many Initiatives and Identifer systems out there. Do they talk to each other?

Dear all, I am sorry for not posting in the last weeks. I was travelling a lot. For example I attended the winter meeting of ICSTI, the International Council for Scientific and Technical Information . This body is a great … Continue reading

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PI workshop in Bonn

On February 1. and 2. there was a workshop on “Persistent Identifiers for the Social Sciences” in Bonn in Germany. The workshop was jointly organized by the DataCite member Gesis – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences with the IDSC … Continue reading

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D-Lib issue on research data

Last June, the first DataCite meeting in Hannover was a great success. We had around 100 atendees from all over the world and many interesting talks on different research data topics. You can find the slides and videos from the … Continue reading

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