DOIs for Research Services at Flinders University

Peter Mason, Aliese Millington

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    Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) were first introduced in 2000 to be a permanent way of identifying and resolving to publications, and specifically, journal articles. From these beginnings only 22 years ago, DOIs have been expanded to identify research data, software, and equipment, such as High-Performance Computing (HPC). Today, approximately 275 million DOIs have been minted.

    Flinders University Library is looking to ‘what’s next’ and is exploring the viability of minting DOIs for Research Services. We distinguish a Research Service as being made up of people providing a service, not simply an output or equipment. In this presentation we will look how this fits with the DataCite manual, where best-practice currently is, and how the research community can benefit.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages2
    Publication statusPublished - 19 Oct 2022
    EventeResearch Australasia - Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia
    Duration: 17 Oct 202220 Oct 2022


    ConferenceeResearch Australasia
    Internet address


    • DOI
    • Research Services
    • DataCite Schema


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