Data Publishing with Dryad and Persistent Identifiers with Research Organization Registry

CDL Visit with Updates on New Products
Friday, Jul 26, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Come join us in the YRL Presentation Room on Friday, July 26, from 10-11:30am for an informational session on two new CDL products: 

Dryad, a global research data publishing platform, has migrated onto CDL built technology (formerly called Dash). As Dryad and CDL gear up to re-launch this platform, Daniella Lowenberg (Dryad Product Manager) will be visiting UCLA to talk about the new platform and what this means for UCLA researchers.

ROR (Research Organization Registry) is an initiative to develop open infrastructure for persistent identifiers for organizations so that it is easier to track research and publication outputs by institution and to establish a network of connections between identifiers for people (e.g., ORCID), identifiers for content (e.g., DOIs), and identifiers for organizations (ROR IDs). CDL is leading ROR along with 3 other partners, and ROR IDs will be implemented in Dryad when it re-launches later this summer. Maria Gould from CDL is serving as project lead for ROR and will join Daniella to talk about organization IDs and the power of implementing them in platforms like Dryad.

There will be ample time for questions after a presentation by Daniella Lowenberg and Maria Gould.