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You are invited to join the ORCID US Community and ORCID-CA for a community discussion on how the FAIR Principles and the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance relate to Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) such as ORCID iDs and DOIs. We will be joined by guest speakers Mike Nason (Open Scholarship & Publishing Librarian, University of New Brunswick Libraries) and Dr. Riley Taitingfong (Luce Foundation Postdoctoral Researcher, Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona) who will share their insights on Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reuse (FAIR) and Collective Benefit, Authority to Control, Responsibility, Ethics (CARE). We will discuss together the implications and considerations involved for those working with PIDs in the research and scholarly communication ecosystem.

 

FAIR, CARE, and PIDs:

 

Thank you!

 

Sheila Rabun, MA, MLIS [log in to unmask]"> https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1196-6279

Senior Strategist, Research Infrastructure Programs

ORCID US Community

Lyrasis DataCite US Community

IRUS US

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I live, work, and learn on the traditional lands of the yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash Tribe of San Luis Obispo County and Region. While land acknowledgement is an important starting point, ongoing and consistent action to support indigenous communities is critical. Being an indigenous ally is an ongoing and life-long process. Learn about land acknowledgments and ways to be in solidarity with indigenous nations beyond land acknowledgments.

 



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