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Title: Expanding the World of PIDs: Conference Identifier and their Role in Managing Metadata Quality
Authors: Hagemann-Wilholt, Stephanie 
Keywords: scholarly conferences;persistent identifiers;research information management;ConfIDent
Issue Date: 19-Nov-2019
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: Autumn 2019 euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting (WWU Münster, Germany, Nov 18-20, 2019)
Conference: Strategic Membership Meeting 2019 – Autumn (Münster) 
Abstract: 
Currently, information on scholarly events such as conferences is scattered and often not available on a long-term basis. Furthermore, the landscape for event metadata is heterogeneous and interoperability is missing. A Working Group led by DataCite and Crossref plans to establish a standard for Conference Metadata which will be re-used by our DFG-funded project ConfIDent.

The aim of ConfIDent – a joint project of TIB Hannover and RWTH Aachen, department for Computer Science – is to develop a service platform for sustainable information on scientific events. The sustainability of the service will not only be obtained an user-centred approach but also by connecting it to existing services enabling data exchange, and by the commitment to the FAIR principles. We want to assign PIDs to the events of the registry as well as connect them with PIDs of conference related entities and persons such as proceedings, videos, researchers, organizations etc. Part of the project will be to test the interoperability with CRIS system VIVO.
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14 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the session "Identifiers in research information management"
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/1246
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