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Welcome to the DataCite Team, Richard!

Martin Fenner & Richard Hallett
DataCite is pleased to welcome Richard Hallett to our team. Richard joined DataCite as application developer in December. Get to know him better via this interview. Richard Hallett Can you tell us a little bit about what you did before you started...

Announcing DataCite DOI Fabrica

Martin Fenner
Today DataCite is launching DOI Fabrica, the next generation of DataCite’s DOI registration service, replacing the Metadata Store (MDS). This is the biggest and most important product release DataCite has done in many years, and the result of nine...

DC2AP and DC2RDF Webinar

Laura Rueda
As we have talked about before, the DataCite Metadata Working Group has prepared a DataCite to Dublin Core application profile (DC2AP) and an ontology (DC2RDF) and is currently running a public review to become a DCMI Community Specification. Two weeks...

Register DOIs with the new Fabrica form!

Robin Dasler
Announcement of the release of the DOI registration form in DataCite DOI Fabrica.

Metrics for Characterizing Metadata Collections

Ted Habermann
This is a guest blog post written by Ted Habermann, Director of Business and Community Development for The HDF Group. Dr. Habermann is currently leading International Standards Organization (ISO) projects developing XML Schema and transforms for ISO...

Google Dataset Search Webinar - everything you always wanted to know about Google Dataset Search

Natasha Noy, Helena Cousijn, Mary Hirsch & Martin Fenner
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DataCite 2018 Wrap-up and 2019 Preview

Robin Dasler
First, a big pat on the back for last year 2018 saw a lot of changes at DataCite. We went from 5 employees to 8, and we released several new things, both visible and not-so-visible. Here are the highlights from a product release perspective. DOI and...

Link checker is here

Robin Dasler
DataCite is pleased to announce our newest service. The link checker is here! Many of you have asked for an automated link checking service to help you maintain your DOI records, and it’s now out of the box and ready for Providers to use. The link...

10 years of DataCite - How it all began

Jan Brase
As part of our 10-year anniversary, we want to tell you the story of how DataCite was founded 10 years ago. Therefore, we approached several people ‘who were there’ to tell you their part of the story. This is the first guest blog post by Jan Brase...

Hear us ROR! Announcing our first prototype and next steps

Maria Gould
What has hundreds of heads, 91,000 affiliations, and roars like a lion? If you guessed the Research Organization Registry community, you’d be absolutely right! Last month was a big and busy one for the ROR project team: we released a working API and...

Work through your PID problems on the PID Forum

Rachael Lammey, Alice Meadows & Helena Cousijn
As self-confessed PID nerds, we’re big fans of persistent identifiers. However, we’re also conscious that the uptake and use of PIDs isn’t a done deal, and there are things that challenge how broadly these are adopted by the community. At PIDapalooza...

DOIs, Data, and Dedication: DataCite ED Trisha Cruse retires

John Chodacki
It is with mixed feelings that I announce that our Executive Director, Trisha Cruse, plans to retire later this year. I’m sad that Trisha will be leaving us, grateful for all the work Trisha has done for DataCite, but also happy that our friend and colleague will be able to take on new life adventures.

DataCite needs better member data: update your information in DOI Fabrica

Helena Cousijn & Patricia Cruse
At the end of last year we conducted the first DataCite member survey. And one of the things you told us is that relevant information doesn’t always reach you. This is obviously really important to us, so we immediately put it on our 2019 roadmap....

Job announcement: DataCite is looking for an Executive Director

John Chodacki
Following the announcement of Trisha Cruse’s retirement, DataCite has started its search for a dynamic, committed, and entrepreneurial Executive Director to build on our exceptional record of providing first-class services to the research community...

Upcoming Changes to DOI Content Negotiation

Martin Fenner
DOI content negotiation is one of the oldest DataCite services, launched in 2012. Content negotiation makes it easy to fetch DataCite metadata in other metadata formats, for example BibTeX or schema.org, or as formatted citation in one of more than...

After 10 years of DataCite, Adam Farquhar says goodbye

Adam Farquhar
This is a guest blog post by Adam Farquhar, Deputy President of the DataCite Board. With this blog post, I wanted to let you know that, after a full decade, I will be stepping down from the DataCite Board. I’ve served as President or Deputy President...

OAI-PMH Service Updates

Richard Hallett

DataCite works on ROR in second German ORCID project

Helena Cousijn & Martin Fenner

2020 Executive Board Elections

Matt Buys

The new DataCite Membership and Fees Model

Helena Cousijn
As a membership organization, members are at the core of everything we do and it is important that we work collectively on DataCite’s strategy and long term sustainability. Over the last year, following the October 2018 board meeting, we have been...

Powering the PID Graph: announcing the DataCite GraphQL API

Martin Fenner
Today DataCite launches a new API that powers the PID Graph, the graph formed by scholarly resources described by persistent identifiers (PIDs) and the connections between them. The API is powered by GraphQL, a widely adopted Open Source technology...

The why, what, and how of repositories

Helena Cousijn, Robin Dasler, Britta Dreyer & Paul Vierkant
DataCite is a community of libraries, research institutions, and data centers that house repositories. We often receive questions about how exactly we work with repositories, so we wanted to take this opportunity to answer your top 10 questions. How...

DataCite is Hiring an Application Developer

Martin Fenner
DataCite is looking for a full-stack application developer to join the DataCite development team. DataCite is a leading global non-profit organization that provides persistent identifiers (DOIs) for research. DataCite was founded in 2009 to support...

The new Product Engineering team at DataCite

Sarala Wimalaratne

DataCite Commons at your service

Martin Fenner
DataCite and the FREYA project partners are proud to announce the official launch of DataCite Commons today. DataCite Commons is the web interface to explore the PID Graph, formed by the publications, datasets, research software, and other research...

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