Introduction to Persistent Identifiers (PIDs)

  • 22 March 2024
    10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • online

This course is held in the Czech language.

Annotation: Persistent identifiers (PIDs) are the cornerstone of implementing the FAIR principles. Their effective use can significantly simplify the sharing of research results. This training will explain what persistent identifiers are, introduce their types, and explain their use at different research cycle stages. Support for implementing persistent identifiers at the national level in the Czech research, development and innovation environment will be presented. The lecturers will also focus more on introducing the ORCID iD researcher identifier and how it can be best used in a scientific career.

Benefit for participants: Participants will gain a basic understanding of the role of persistent identifiers in the science communication system. They will learn how the implementation of identifiers is supported in the Czech Republic. They will know how best to use the ORCID iD researcher identifier for their needs.

Level: beginner

Language: Czech

Prerequisites: interest in science and research communication

Mgr. Petra Černohlávková, National Library of Technology,

Mgr. Hana Heringová, National Library of Technology,

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Mgr. Petra Černohlávková

Mgr. Petra Černohlávková is the head of the Centre for Repositories and Metadata Support, which is part of the National Library of Technology. Her work in NTK also includes the role of expert guarantor of the vital activity of the CARDS project focused on methodological support of work with metadata and persistent identifiers. She also serves as the leader of the EOSC CZ Metadata Working Group and as a lecturer on the Data Steward course under the Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship (FF UK).

Mgr. Hana Heringová

Mgr. Hana Heringová leads the National Centre for Persistent Identifiers, operating under the Repository Centre since 2023. She is co-chair of the National PIDs Strategy Interest Group under the Research Data Alliance and the Community Engagement Expert Group for Europe, the Middle East and Africa of the registry agency DataCite.

Both are now heavily involved in preparing the international PIDfest conference as Chairpersons of the Steering Committee.

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