#PIDapalooza21 2021 takes place 27-28 Jan – the open festival of persistent identifiers. The festival is two days of quick fire sessions on a whole variety of areas aimed at helping the community share implementation questions around making use of PIDs: from handling multilingual publications, national research implementations, to GLAM projects.
To give you a taster here are a few example sessions that you can drop into, each lasting no more than thirty minutes.
- Research.fi is a national PID-graph implementation – Wednesday, January 27 • 16:30 – 17:00 UTC. Connecting a variety of research artifacts as a national Finish project.
- Identifier Politics – On Trust and PIDs – Wednesday, January 27 • 17:30 – 18:00 UTC. Educopia Institute reflect on transparency and accountability in governance.
- GUIDs in GLAMs: Smithsonian Embraces Different PIDs for Different Entities – Wednesday, January 27 • 23:30 – Thursday, January 28 •00:00 UTC. GUIDs at scale in a museum and collections context.
- How to get heritage organisations to start using PIDs: a tale of two countries – Thursday, January 28 • 09:30 – 10:00 UTC. PID use in two different countries in a heritage context – UK and Netherlands.
- Technical aspects of publication in several languages – sharing best practices in multi-language publications – Thursday, January 28 • 11:30 – 12:00 UTC. Challenges of multilingual PID use in publishing.
PIDapalooza is brought to you by California Digital Library, Crossref, DataCite, NISO, and ORCID.