ODIN: Connecting research and researchers

A session at Citizen Cyberscience Summit 2014

Friday 21st February, 2014

5:40pm to 6:00pm (GMT)

*This talk is part of the PUBLISHING CITIZEN SCIENCE track*

The ODIN Project (www.odin-project.eu/) in which DataCite (www.datacite.org) is participating together with ORCID (www.orcid.org), The British Library (www.bl.uk), the Australian National Data Services (ANDS) (www.ands.org.au), arXiv (www.arxiv.org/), CERN (www.cern.ch) and DRYAD (www.datadryad.org).

The ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN), a project funded by the European Commission (FP7), aims to build on the success of DataCite and ORCID by designing an ‘awareness layer’ for persistent author and object identifiers, thereby reducing technical, cultural and logistical barriers to the accessibility, attribution and trust of data. Identifier awareness will make it possible to stabilise:

  • References to a data object;
  • Tracking of use and re-use;
  • Links between a data object, subsets, articles, rights statements and every person involved in its life-cycle (creator, editor, reviewer, aggregator, etc.).

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Sergio Ruiz

Operations Officer at DataCite

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  • Bruno Vieira
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  • Sergio Ruiz

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  • Jonathan Brier

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Time 5:40pm6:00pm GMT

Date Fri 21st February 2014

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