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Getting Started with the PID Platform
What are persistent identifiers? Overview
What are persistent identifiers? Features
What are persistent identifiers? Selection
What is a DOI, Handle, ARK, URL, URI, ...?
What is an ORCID iD?
What is a DOI?
Who is DataCite?
Who is Crossref?
Librarians and Repository Managers
Introduction for librarians and repository managers
What are the discipline-specific differences in data management workflows?
What are the differences between ORCID and DataCite Metadata?
Case study: ORCID overview for institutions
Case study: Versioning with identifiers
Case study: Linking across identifiers
Case study: DataCite workflow integration: Humanities and Social Sciences
Introduction for developers
ORCID Public API
ORCID Member API
Querying DOI metadata
Searching DOI metadata
Authenticating using ORCID
Case study: ORCID Integration in Disciplinary Data Repositories
Policy makers and Funders
Introduction for policy makers
What can my organisation do to enable PID adoption among researchers?
Is there a PID type to identify my own organisation?
How can I use ORCID iDs to evaluate research activity?
Introduction for publishers
What are the benefits of integrating PIDs in publishers workflows?
What should be included in a Publisher Data Policy?
How can I integrate ORCID within publishing workflows?
How can I use ORCID iDs for peer review recognition services?
What is the DataCite metadata schema?
Case study: PIDs in Publishing Workflows
Introduction for researchers
What are the various author identifier systems?
Why get an ORCID ID?
How does auto-update work?
THOR Metrics Dashboard
Presentations THOR Workshop: Identifiers - Infrastructure, Impact and Innovation
Presentation THOR Ambassador Webinar
Presentations THOR Bootcamps
Presentations Crossref-THOR Outreach meeting
Presentations THOR Final Event
Creating DOIs and DOI metadata.
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