Wikipedia Science Conference/Submissions/Usage of Digital Object Identifiers across Wikimedia projects

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This proposal has been accepted. MartinPoulter (talk) 17:23, 16 May 2015 (BST)

Personal details

Your name
Geoffrey Bilder
How can we contact you?
gbilder (at) crossref (dot) org/ @gbilder
Where will you be travelling from to attend this conference?

Not sure yet.

Session details

Conference themes

Which conference themes does your session address? Delete as appropriate. Follow the link for more details and links.

  • Wikipedia and/or Wikimedia as models for scientific publishing
  • Wikipedia and/or Wikimedia as platforms for scientific education
Type of session

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  • Presentation (20 mins + 10 mins questions)
Further details

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.

This session 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. These tools include: