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Thursday, January 24 • 3:00pm - 3:55pm
The Yin and Yang of PIDs

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This interactive, hour-long session on communicating about PIDs to researchers will be divided into two halves. The first will look at the yin -- the “dark side”! -- of PIDs. After hearing a couple of "horror stories from the session leaders, participants will be invited to share their own experiences of PID communication challenges. What went wrong? How did they address the issue? What did they learn from the experience? How can we all help ensure fewer PID problems in future?

The second half will focus on the yang -- positive PID stories and communication strategies. Following the same structure as the first part, this time around we will be sharing our success stories.  What worked -- and how do you know it did? Why did it work? Is it replicable by other organizations?

Please come to this session with at least one PID story to share -- good or bad -- and be ready for a lively discussion of how we can learn from our shared experiences to tell a more consistent and evidence-based PID story to researchers and make our communications with them more successful.

Session organizers: Helena Cousijn (DataCite), Ginny Hendricks (Crossref), Alice Meadows (ORCID)

Speakers
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Helena Cousijn

Director of Community Engagement & Communications, DataCIte
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Rachael Lammey

Head of Community Outreach, Crossref
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Alice Meadows

Director, Communications, ORCID
 


Thursday January 24, 2019 3:00pm - 3:55pm
Stage 2

Attendees (19)