IDF Open meeting: Innovative uses of the DOI System
Thursday, 21st June 2007
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1200 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Presentations from the International DOI Foundation's Open meeting on the
theme of "Innovative uses of the DOI System", held in Washington, DC in June
2007 are now available, together with materials from related meetings
discussing the DOI System.
Following a keynote on "Content management in
the next generation Internet", several panellists discussed specific areas
of innovation. In a following Handle System Workshop, two presentations
discussed interesting areas of new development: Chuck Koscher of CrossRef
spoke on the application of multiple resolution at CrossRef; and Piero
Attanasio of mEDRA described a pilot scheme for integrating ISBN with DOI to
form a "Bookland DOI" (the linkage of DOI with other ISO identifiers such as
ISBN in this way is explicitly recommended in the current draft ISO
standard). The same themes were picked up in the next days NISO/BISG Forum
on "The Changing Standards Landscape: Creative Solutions to Your
Information Problems". Presentations of all these meetings are now
available via the links below:
Welcome and Overview - Jonathan Clark, Chairman, International DOI Foundation
Presentations: "Innovative uses of the DOI System"
"The Changing Standards Landscape: Creative Solutions to Your Information Problems
", June 22, 2007, Washington, DC. This NISO/BISG Forum was organised by NISO and BISG, with the main themes on "Six Key Attributes of Successful Content Management: identify, describe, discover, retrieve, share, and comply".
Updated 11 July 2007
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