– Member of the international DataCite consortium, Inist-CNRS is agency of attribution of DOI identifier in France
Persistent identifiers* are an important element of good practices in the movement of Open Science, playing a key role by facilitating the discovery and long-term access to scientific objects that arise from research. They allow the identification, referencing, sharing and citing of data to increase their visibility.
The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is an example of persistent identifier that can be assigned to the results of research (data, pictures, videos etc.).
A dedicated team within Inist-CNRS is at your disposal to advise you concerning the attribution of a DOI to your research data (supply of DOI prefixes, help with the creation and conversion of metadata etc.). The team also accompanies you in the use of different services proposed by DataCite.
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
03 April 2019 - – 2019 Abes Days – May 28th and 29th -Montpellier
22 March 2019 - – CNRS New Entrants Day, March 26, 2019
13 February 2019 - – COUPERIN survey on your publishing and Open Access practices
07 January 2019 - – COPIST’s survey available