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    Herbst TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshops - Metadaten Best Practice
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, PID Competence Center, 2021-11-09) Taller, Nelli; Dreyer, Britta; Burger, Felix; Hagemann-Wilholt, Stephanie
    Folien für den virtuellen Workshop "Herbst TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshops - Metadaten Best Practice".
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    DOIs für Blog-Beiträge: Herausforderungen und Best Practice
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, PID Competence Center, 2022-11-28) Taller, Nelli
    Folien für den virtuellen Workshop "DOIs für Blog-Beiträge: Herausforderungen und Best Practice".
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    Do researchers need to care about PID systems?
    (Zenodo, 2018) Kraft, Angelina; Dreyer, Britta
    A survey across 1400 scientists in the natural sciences and engineering across Germany conducted in 2016 revealed that although more than 70 % of the researchers are using DOIs for journal publications, less than 10% use DOIs for research data. To the question of why they are not using DOIs more than half (56%) answered that they don’t know about the option to use DOIs for other publications (datasets, conference papers etc.) Therefore it is not surprising that the majority (57 %) stated that they had no need for DOI counselling services. 40% of the questioned researchers need more information and almost 30% cannot see a benefit. Publishers have been using PID systems for articles for years, and the DOI registration and citation are a natural part of the standard publication workflow. With the new digital age, the possibilities to publishing digital research objects beyond articles are bigger than ever – but the respective infrastructure providers are still struggling to provide integrated PID services. Infrastructure providers need to learn from publishers and offer integrated PID services, complementing existing workflows, using researcher’s vocabulary to support usability and promotion. Sell the benefit and enable researchers to focus on what they are best at: Do research (and not worry about the rest)!
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    Persistent identification of instruments
    (London : Ubiquity Press, 2020) Stocker, M.; Darroch, L.; Krahl, R.; Habermann, T.; Devaraju, A.; Schwardmann, U.; D’onofrio, C.; Häggström, I.
    Instruments play an essential role in creating research data. Given the importance of instruments and associated metadata to the assessment of data quality and data reuse, globally unique, persistent and resolvable identification of instruments is crucial. The Research Data Alliance Working Group Persistent Identification of Instruments (PIDINST) developed a community-driven solution for persistent identification of instruments which we present and discuss in this paper. Based on an analysis of 10 use cases, PIDINST developed a metadata schema and prototyped schema implementation with DataCite and ePIC as representative persistent identifier infrastructures and with HZB (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie) and BODC (British Oceanographic Data Centre) as representative institutional instrument providers. These implementations demonstrate the viability of the proposed solution in practice. Moving forward, PIDINST will further catalyse adoption and consolidate the schema by addressing new stakeholder requirements.
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    Erster TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshop - DataCite Metadaten Schema 4.4
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, PID Competence Center, 2021-05-03) Taller, Nelli; Burger, Felix; Dreyer, Britta
    Folien für den virtuellen Workshop "Erster TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshop - DataCite Metadaten Schema 4.4".
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    Persistent Identification Of Instruments
    (Ithaka : Cornell University, 2020) Stocker, Markus; Darroch, Louise; Krahl, Rolf; Habermann, Ted; Devaraju, Anusuriya; Schwardmann, Ulrich; D'Onofrio, Claudio; Häggström, Ingemar
    Instruments play an essential role in creating research data. Given the importance of instruments and associated metadata to the assessment of data quality and data reuse, globally unique, persistent and resolvable identification of instruments is crucial. The Research Data Alliance Working Group Persistent Identification of Instruments (PIDINST) developed a community-driven solution for persistent identification of instruments which we present and discuss in this paper. Based on an analysis of 10 use cases, PIDINST developed a metadata schema and prototyped schema implementation with DataCite and ePIC as representative persistent identifier infrastructures and with HZB (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie) and BODC (British Oceanographic Data Centre) as representative institutional instrument providers. These implementations demonstrate the viability of the proposed solution in practice. Moving forward, PIDINST will further catalyse adoption and consolidate the schema by addressing new stakeholder requirements.
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    FAIRly connected - Ressourcen vernetzen
    (Zenodo, 2022) Burger, Felix
    Damit eine veröffentlichte Ressource die FAIR-Prinzipien erfüllen kann, bedarf es qualitativ hochwertiger Metadaten, welche nicht nur die Ressource selbst, sondern auch mit ihr in Verbindung stehende Objekte beschreiben. Diese Verknüpfungen werden vom Poster anhand des DataCite-Metadatenschemas dargestellt. Der Fokus liegt hierbei auf dem Property "relatedIdentifier". Mittels ausgewählter Beispiele werden die FAIR-Kategorien illustriert und Anregungen geliefert, sowie exemplarische Herausforderungen und Fragestellungen bei der DOI-Metadatenvergabe vorgestellt.
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    Herbst TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshop 2023
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, PID Competence Center, 2023-11-21) Taller, Nelli; Hagemann-Wilholt, Stephanie
    Folien für den virtuellen Workshop "Herbst TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshop 2023.
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    TIB DOI Konsortium: Was ändert sich und wie geht es weiter?
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, PID Competence Center, 2020-11-13) Taller, Nelli; Dreyer, Britta; Burger, Felix
    Folien für den virtuellen Workshop "TIB DOI Konsortium: Was ändert sich und wie geht es weiter?".
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    Frühlings TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshop - Best Practices Empfehlungen zum DOI-Metadatenfeld relatedIdentifier
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, PID Competence Center, 2022-05-12) Taller, Nelli; Burger, Felix
    Folien für den virtuellen Workshop "Frühlings TIB DOI Konsortium online Workshop - Best Practices Empfehlungen zum DOI-Metadatenfeld relatedIdentifier".