24 April 2017
Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences
08:30-9:00 Registration & coffee
09:00-09:10 Welcome from organisers
09:10-9:30 Opening remarks
- Professor Łukasz Szumowski, Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Science and Higher Education
- Professor Paweł Rowiński, Vice-President of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
9:30-11:00 Introduction to Persistent Identifiers
Crossref, ORCID, DataCite, Project THOR, PID Interoperability
11:20-12:50 Persistent Identifier Services
Crossref services, THOR partner services, PID Integrations. Discussion
13:50-15:20 What’s happening: Plans & Applications
- Industry initiatives and how to get involved with Project THOR partners
- Polish case-studies
15:40-17:00 Panel Discussion: Let’s Link Research! Persistent Identifiers for Polish Scholarship.
Moderator: Dr. Maciej Maryl, Digital Humanities Centre at the Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Josh Brown, Director Partnerships, ORCID
Dr. Eng. Przemysław Korytkowski, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, member of the Committee for Evaluation of Scientific Units at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education
Dr. Habil. Emanuel Kulczycki Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, the chairman of the Specialist Team for the Evaluation of Scientific Journals at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education
Rachael Lammey, Member & Community Outreach, Crossref
17:00 Closing remarks.
This outreach meeting aims to explore how the research community can work together to help connect research and improve discoverability of content - publications, data and more.
Representatives from Crossref and Project THOR partners (ORCID, DataCite and the British Library) will introduce and provide updates on their initiatives and services (and how they work together). We will also have panelists from Polish institutions join us to discuss how the research landscape looks for them, and how they might work with some of the services discussed.
The day aims to provide a deeper understanding of foundational scholarly infrastructure, but also to have the opportunity to discuss how that can be used in publisher and researcher workflows.
We welcome editors, publishers, librarians, researchers, funders and the wider community to come share their thoughts and ideas. There will be lots of time for discussion and questions, so please join us and register here.