Submissions/Usage of Digital Object Identifiers across Wikimedia projects
This is an accepted submission for Wikimania 2015.
- Submission no.
- Title of the submission
- Usage of Digital Object Identifiers across Wikimedia projects
- Type of submission (discussion, hot seat, panel, presentation, tutorial, workshop)
- Author of the submission
- E-mail address
- Country of origin
- Germany / United Kingdom / USA
- Affiliation, if any (organisation, company etc.)
- Personal homepage or blog
- Abstract (at least 300 words to describe your proposal)
Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) help to locate electronic versions of scholarly publications on the Web. Wikimedia projects are amongst the largest users of these identifiers, be it in references cited on Wikipedia or Wikibooks or in the metadata of articles on Wikisource, of files on Wikimedia Commons, or in Wikidata items.
In this session, we will provide an overview about current and historical usage of DOIs across Wikimedia projects. This includes a brief overview of usage scenarios, as well as tools for monitoring, visualizing and analyzing such usage.
- Technology, Interface & Infrastructure
- Length of session (if other than 30 minutes, specify how long)
- 30 minutes
- Will you attend Wikimania if your submission is not accepted?
- Slides or further information (optional)
- Halfaker, Aaron; Taraborelli, Dario (2015): Scholarly article citations in Wikipedia. figshare. Retrieved 14:22, Feb 27, 2015 (GMT)
- Wikipedia Cite-o-Meter
- CrossRef Labs DOI Chronograph
- CrossRef DOI Events for Wikimedia
- Wikidata items with DOIs
- Preserving Wikipedia citations for the future: Geoffrey Bilder
- Special requests
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- —mako๛ 00:05, 28 February 2015 (UTC)
- Sebastian Wallroth (talk) 10:13, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
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