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Let's get persistent with your research (Staff)

Practical information

  • Audience: Postdocs and research staff at Queen's
  • Date and time: 16 May (17:00 - 18:00)
  • Length: 1 hour
  • Place: Online
  • Number of places: N/A
  • Organised by: Research Data Management Team


This is a brand new course for 2023

  • This training course is aimed at academic staff, including career researchers & Postdocs
  • This is for all those researchers who would like to develop their understanding of (i) which persistent identifiers they need to use for their research & (ii) how to go about setting up these identifiers 
  • Identifiers like DOIs are important for published outputs, including research data. The inclusion of a DOI will often be a funder or publisher requirement. But how does one go about acquiring one? How can I get a DOI for my data?
  • This class will provide information on the purpose of these identifiers and where to register for them
  • The class will also supply information on personal identifiers for researchers (ORCiD iD) and why it is imperative that you have an ORCiD iD
  • ORCiD is required for funding bids, submission of research to publishers and to help differentiate you from other researchers. This class will provide information and context about using ORCiD
  • There is also the opportunity for a one-to-one follow-up immediately after the class online to answer bespoke queries. If you wish to avail of this booking, please note it in the booking form.

Library training details are available here.


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