Conference paper (unpublished)'Developing Identifiers for Heritage Collections ' is a tool aimed at heritage professionals to support decision making for persistent identifier (PID) use. The project’s 2020 survey found the value of PIDs, for example in creating trustworthy links, was understood but needs to be more clearly addressed directly to decision makers...
AbstractThis presentation, given at a workshop on PID requirements in the UKRI Open Access Policy, gives an overview of implementation options to meet technical requirement 5a: "PIDs for research outputs must be implemented according to international recognised standards, examples of international standards include DOI, URN or Handle".
Blog postEver wondered what that bar code on the back of every book is? It’s an ISBN: an International Standard Book Number. Every modern book published has an ISBN, which uniquely identifies that book, and anyone publishing a book can get an ISBN for it whether an individual or a huge...