DataCite Member Meeting 2022

Other FAIR Events

As in the last two years, this member meeting will be virtual. DataCite will host several virtual sessions in different time zones and languages to give a general update on DataCite and their product roadmap. In addition, there will be training sessions and PID and service provider sessions.

The member meeting will be held on September 22, 2022 from 06:00-19:00 UTC.

In this year's meeting, for the first time, we invite participation from the wider community in all of sessions except the trainings!

  • The training sessions are only for DataCite Direct Members, Consortium Leads, Consortium Organizations and Member Only organizations.
  • All of the other sessions listed are open to the public, feel free to register.

Session Descriptions

DataCite: Now and in the future

The session will look at what we have accomplished in relation to our strategic plan and look ahead to the coming years. Attendees will be able to interact and provide feedback during the session via polling, chat, and Q&A.

Speaker: Matt Buys (Executive Director, DataCite)

Multi-language versions will be available.

This session is open to anyone with an interest.

The session will be recorded and then made publicly available along with the slides.

Register for session 1 (06:00-07:00 UTC)

Register for session 2 (15:00-16:00 UTC)


DataCite Roadmap: Together shaping priorities for 2023

In this session we will take a look at the roadmap over the past 12 months and then will have an interactive session about your priorities for 2023.

Participants would be using both Miro and Menti.

Speakers: Sarala Wimalaratne (Engineering Director, DataCite) and Kristian Garza (Product Design Manager, DataCite)

This session is open to anyone with an interest.

The session will be recorded and then made publicly available along with the slides.

Register for session 1 (07:00-08:00 UTC)

Register for session 2 (16:00-17:00 UTC)


DataCite Training: Making the most of DataCite’s services

Join us for training on DataCite’s services, metadata, and more! There will be two simultaneous tracks available.

  • DataCite Core Training: Topics will include DOI fundamentals, metadata basics, making the most of Fabrica, and an overview of DataCite’s services and communication channels.
  • DataCite Advanced Training: Topics will include the DataCite metadata schema, making connections to other PIDs, DataCite’s APIs, and IGSN.

Speakers for DataCite Core Training:

  • Britta Dreyer (Director of Operations & Finance)
  • Helena Cousijn (Community Engagement Director)
  • Mary Hirsch (Member Support Manager)
  • Gabriela Mejias (Community Manager)
  • Paul Vierkant (Outreach Manager)

Speakers for DataCite Advanced Training:

  • Mary Hirsch (Member Support Manager)
  • Xiaoli Chen (FAIR Workflows Project Lead)
  • Mike Bennett (Application Developer)
  • Rorie Edmunds (Samples Community Manager)
  • Kelly Stathis (Technical Community Manager)
  • Liz Krznarich (Technical Lead, ROR)
  • Cody Ross (Application Support Engineer)

The training session is open to DataCite members and consortium organizations only.

The training will not be recorded.

Register for session 1 (08:00-10:00 UTC)

Register for session 2 (17:00-19:00 UTC)


How do open infrastructures work together?

Providers of open infrastructures collaborate to enable seamless scholarly communication. But what are they actually doing to realize this? How do open infrastructures integrate metadata of other providers into their services? This open community session gives open infrastructures the opportunity to let us see scholarly communication through their eyes. Throughout the session you will be able to ask the panelists anything about their services.

Speakers: TBA

This session is open to anyone with an interest.

The session will be recorded and then made publicly available along with the slides.

Register for session (13:00-14:00 UTC)


DataCite Service Providers

DataCite’s registered service providers program helps to ensure that members have access to high-quality DataCite integrations that support DOI registration best practices. Join this session to learn more about several of our registered service providers, including updates on upcoming new features.

Speakers: TBA

This session is open to anyone with an interest.

The session will be recorded and then made publicly available along with the slides.

Register for session (14:00-15:00 UTC)

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