Interested in learning how you can obtain DOIs for your scholarship? Join us for lunch!
You have probably seen DOIs for online scholarly content (example: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/02640470610689151). A DOI (digital object identifier) is a persistent and unique identifier of an object. They help to support the discovery and citation of scholarship.
Join Fondren staff for lunch and a presentation on the library’s new DOI minting services, which can facilitate DOI assignment to content in library-managed repositories (e.g., Rice Digital Scholarship Archive) and other university-managed platforms that are committed to long-term preservation and access. DOIs can be assigned to individual “one-off” items or long-term projects, such as scholarly journals.
Thursday, June 28, Noon-1:00, Fondren Digital Media Commons (DMC) Multipurpose Room, B42F
Wednesday, July 11, Noon-1:00, Fondren Digital Media Commons (DMC) Multipurpose Room, B42F
Sessions with fewer than three registrants will be canceled.
Please RSVP here
Unable to attend, but want to learn more? Visit the library’s cds.