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Wednesday, January 23 • 11:30am - 11:55am
NARCIS & Freya: Can PIDs contribute to Research in Context?

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NARCIS, the national gateway to scholarly information in the Netherlands (www.narcis.nl) contains information about publications, datasets, research projects, researchers and organizations. NARCIS is an aggregated from various different sources; repositories, CRIS’s (Current Research Information System) and other sources such as funders. One of the aims of NARCIS is to show Research Information in its context. For a publication, context can mean one or more relations to different information types: the underlying data, the project, its funding or related publications. Relationships between the different information types provide essential context to research. Although this can seem to be a straightforward task, in practice there are many challenges. Especially in information exchange and aggregating information from different sources, PIDs are the only way to relate objects sustainably. In this session, we will discuss the possibilities of PID-Graphs by comparing  NARCIS PID Graphs with ORCID PID Graphs as part of the  EU project FREYA.

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Maaike de Jong

Project leader, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS-KNAW)
Maaike de Jong develops and manages international projects on research data infrastructures and open science at DANS. She currently leads the engagement work package of FREYA, an EU project on persistent identifiers. She has a background in biological sciences and continues her involvement... Read More →

Wednesday January 23, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am GMT
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