DataCite Open Hours – July 2021

In the July edition of Open Hours, Helena Cousijn & Joris van Rossum (STM) introduced the topic of data curation. We were then joined by three guest speakers, who shared their fantastic presentations about metadata curation at their institutions.

DataCite Open Hours – November 2021

After a break for the DataCite Member Meeting, Open Hours returned with an introduction to the new Fair Workflows project and some interesting metadata schema suggestions.

DataCite Open Hours – January 2022

The first DataCite Open Hours of 2022 took place on Wednesday 26 January with a total of 62 participants joining (including DataCite staff).

DataCite Open Hours – March 2022

We heard some great presentations about the IGSN and DataCite collaboration followed by some interesting questions and discussion.

DataCite Open Hours – May 2022

We were lucky enough to hear some fantastic presentations about metadata completeness by experts in their field.

DataCite Open Hours – July 2022

In this edition, we celebrated 10 years of re3data! The session included some exciting guest presentations.

DataCite Open Hours – November 2022

In this edition of DataCite Open Hours, we discussed some of the ways we are working to achieve metadata completeness through our various project activities.

DataCite Open Hours – January 2023

In this first Open Hours of the year, we heard from Matt Buys, DataCite's Executive Director, and Sarala Wimalaratne, DataCite's Engineering Director, about DataCite's vision and roadmap for 2023.

DataCite Open Hours – May 2023

The session opened with a really interesting introduction to the new Global Access Program (GAP) by Gabi Mejias (Community & Program Manager), Bosun Obileye (Regional engagement specialist (Africa)) and Arturo Garduño-Magaña (Regional engagement specialist (LATAM)).

DataCite Open Hours – July 2023

Thank you to everyone who joined Open Hours and participated in the consultation. Kristian Garza, Sarala Wimalaratne, and Mike Bennet presented an overview of the ongoing PID Graph work under EOSC. There was then an opportunity for the attendees to provide feedback about the PID Graph work and suggest requirements for their use cases.