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Persistent Identifiers in Research Disciplines - Report on FREYA project workshop for selected EOSC projects

Lambert, Simon

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    <title>Persistent Identifiers in Research Disciplines - Report on FREYA project workshop for selected EOSC projects</title>
    <subject>Persistent Identifiers</subject>
    <subject>European Open Science Cloud</subject>
    <date dateType="Issued">2020-11-03</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;The FREYA project organised a workshop, held on 5 August 2020, whose purpose was to bring together a number of current EOSC-related projects that are devoted to connecting their own research communities to the EOSC, as well as one major project, FAIRsFAIR, which is not discipline-specific but focusses on practical solutions for the use of FAIR data principles. The aim was to take stock of the uses, opportunities and challenges of PIDs across a range of research disciplines and to raise questions such as: what is there in common, where are the differences, what are the opportunities? FREYA itself includes a range of disciplinary partners developing their own applications of the PID Graph, but with the emphasis on the legacy of FREYA in the last part of the project, it was the right time to engage in this concrete way with the current EOSC projects. The outcomes of the workshop will be taken into account in a forthcoming public FREYA deliverable &amp;ldquo;Integration of the PID Graph with the EOSC&amp;rdquo; and are described in this report.&lt;/p&gt;</description>
      <funderName>European Commission</funderName>
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      <awardTitle>Connected Open Identifiers for Discovery, Access and Use of Research Resources</awardTitle>
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