Persistent Identifiers or PIDs allow us to uniquely identify digital research resources like publications and datasets, ensuring the resources remain accessible over time. This blog post takes you through the concept of PIDs, and how PIDs help make our research FAIR. The post also explains the different kinds of PIDs that currently exist for publications, datasets, people, organisations and grants.
During the Dutch national Open Science Festival, ODISSEI launched the first version of the ODISSEI Portal. The ODISSEI Portal combines metadata from a wide variety of research data repositories into a single interface.
ODISSEI wants to support researchers to conduct cutting edge research. Those who are preparing a grant application, are welcome to get in touch to discuss how ODISSEI can help to further elevate your proposal.
In June, DANS, CESSDA-ERIC and ODISSEI hosted a workshop for social scientists on Research Data Management (RDM) and responsible Open Science. The slides and the recordings of the presentations are now published online
This conference aims to bring SHARE users from multiple disciplines together to discuss ongoing research projects from across the Netherlands.