Guess what!?!? PIDapalooza is back! This time we will meet up with the nerdiest PID folks on January 23-24, for a two-day celebration of persistent identifiers and networked research.
Brought to you by California Digital Library, Crossref, DataCite, and ORCID. Together, we will do the impossible – make a meeting about persistent identifiers and networked research fun!
This year’s sessions are organized around eight broad topics:
- PID myths
- Achieving persistence
- PIDs for emerging uses
- Legacy PIDs
- Bridging worlds
- PID stories
- Kinds of persistence
The program is final and there’s something for everyone! From Do Researchers Need to Care about PID Systems? to Stories from the PID Roadies: Scholix; From The Bollockschain and other PID Hallucinations to #ResInfoCitizenshipIs?
There will also be plenaries by Johanna McEntyre on As a [biologist] I want to [reuse and remix data] so that I can [do my research] and Melissa Haendel (title to be confirmed).
Get your tix!
Now’s the time to register – we hope to see you there!