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What can my organisation do to enable PID adoption among researchers?


Below you will find the actions as recommended by the ODIN project: 1] Lower access barriers for institutions to participate to interoperable global PID e-Infrastructures, through appropriate agreements between institutions, fostering collaborations and with the support of national/international bodies. [2] Support scientific communities without existing PID solutions to participate to existing interoperable PID frameworks, while tailoring interfaces to their specificity. [3] Provide (seed) funding to ease local participation and access to emerging PID infrastructures. [4] Design policies to elevate data to a key indicator in research assessment, with appropriate attribution to their creators and curators, through open and interoperable PIDs. [5] Design appropriate incentive systems to pervade research evaluation, e.g. citation mechanisms based on PIDs for data, linked to PIDs for contributors. [6] Assure that a trusted/open/sustainable/interoperable PID infrastructure is established with ease of participation of 3rd parties. [7] Establish a participative framework with PIDs for contributors and materials, where any participant can expose information, enriching the entire e-Infrastructure.