This July, the LIBER 2017 conference was held in Patras, Greece, featuring 36 presentations along with numerous workshops, meetings, panels, and keynotes. After the conference, attendees rated the presentations, and among the three tied for first place with a 100% approval score was OCLC’s Rebecca Bryant’s and Annette Dortmund’s presentation on “Adoption and Integration of Persistent Identifiers in European Research Information Management.”
The preliminary findings described in the presentation will ultimately be published in an OCLC Research Report in November. Read more about the work OCLC Research is doing in the area of research information management and stay tuned for news on the upcoming report.
Congratulations to Rebecca and Annette for the accolade!