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Organisational Identifiers at OpenCon satellite event, Oxford 2016

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Geoffrey Bilder presents on the Organisational Identifier (OI) Project at the OpenCon satellite event in Oxford, Nov 2016

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Organisational Identifiers at OpenCon satellite event, Oxford 2016

  1. 1. the case of the missing leg #OpenCon, Oxford Geoffrey Bilder Director of Strategic Initiatives @gbilder
  2. 2. organisation identifiers #OpenCon, Oxford Geoffrey Bilder Director of Strategic Initiatives @gbilder
  3. 3. The power of PIDs
  4. 4. Presenter Name Presenter Title @twittername
  5. 5. Presenter Name Presenter Title @twittername
  6. 6. Flashback 2011
  7. 7. Brown University Psychoceramics Professor
  8. 8. • Not-for-profit global initiative • 30 members worldwide > 814 data centers > 7.4 million DOIs > 6,600,000++ resolutions/month DataCite Snapshot
  9. 9. So now what?
  10. 10. We still have a problem
  11. 11. The problem:
  12. 12. The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref Contributor identifiers: ORCID
  13. 13. The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers:
  14. 14. ISNI? Ringgold? FundRef? GRID? OrgRef? Open Corporates? LEI? The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers:
  15. 15. The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers:
  16. 16. We aren’t the only ones who think so…
  17. 17. “Stakeholders interviewed for this study typically described identifying organisations as “a nightmare.” —JISC/CASRAI Organisation ID study
  18. 18. Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers: Gaps
  19. 19. Why Us?
  20. 20. • We all need Organisation Identifiers • We know the identifier space • We each represent a broad community • We are willing to take it on
  21. 21. We cannot create a completely new organisation for every identifier initiative we create.
  22. 22. Requirements
  23. 23. Organisational
  24. 24. ORCID Principles
  25. 25. coverage governance sustainability insurance
  26. 26. “Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructure” Bilder G, Lin J, Neylon C (2015) http://doi.org/9wj
  27. 27. Technical
  28. 28. “But aren’t organisation identifiers easier than identifiers for people?” (cue laughter)
  29. 29. • Merge • Split • Have Aliases (e.g. “Trade Name”) • Die (e.g. bankruptcy) • Be Reborn (e.g. emerge from bankruptcy) • Have Sub organisations • Have Affiliated organisations Organisations do irritating things like….
  30. 30. Harvard University
  31. 31. Subscriptions Subscriptions Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library
  32. 32. 128.103.*.* 131.142.*.* 140.247.*.* 207.86.182.* 134.174.4.* -- 134.174.7.* 134.174.14.* -- 134.174.17.* 134.174.140.* -- 134.174.174.* 134.174.178.* -- 134.174.191.* 134.174.193.* 199.94.0.* -- 199.94.47.* 212.171.47.146 Subscriptions Subscriptions
  33. 33. Legal Entity Legal Entity President & Fellows of Harvard College
  34. 34. Affiliations Affiliations Harvard University - Berkman Center for Internet & Society
  35. 35. gbilder@crossref.org Thank You @gbilder

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