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Notícias ISNI

  • ISNI Organizations Registry - Identifying Organizations in the Scholarly Supply Chain
    28th August 2017, London, UK. The ISNI International Agency Ltd (ISNI-IA) today announces changes to its infrastructure focused on providing open identifiers for organizations working in the field of scholarly communications. The ISNI Organizations Registry will enable organizations to change and correct their own records and allow the research community to identify author affiliations persistently and authoritatively, thereby supporting analysis of research output and impact. read more
  • ISNI-VIAF Summit 2017
    On behalf of the Conference of European National Librarians (CENL), the British Library and the Bibliothèque nationale de France convened a meeting of ISNI member institutions and registration authorities together with prospective members of ISNI and OCLC on 7th-8th February at the British Library in London. In total, there were thirty-three attendees from across Europe and the United States. The purpose of the summit was to explore the future development and interoperability of ISNI and VIAF through OCLC's services and platforms. read more
  • ISNIs now in EThOS
    2015-08-03 EThOS is the UK’s national thesis service which aims to maximise the visibility and availability of the UK’s doctoral research theses. It demonstrates the quality of UK research, and supports the UK Government’s open access principle that publications resulting from publicly-funded research should be made freely available for all researchers, providing opportunities for further research. read more
  • Putting the brakes on confusion
    By ISNI Board member Paul Jessop - 2015-04-13 read more
  • When will Socrates be picking up his photocopying royalties?
    By ISNI Board member Paul Jessop - 2015-03-17 Well since (a) the Athenian republic was not strong on copyright, (b) Socrates probably had slaves to do his copying by hand rather than a machine from Xerox, (c) scholars do not know what, if anything, Socrates actually wrote, (d) anything he did write is long out of copyright and (e) Socrates is a long time dead, this burning question may not detain us long. read more
  • Member Story: La Trobe University
    2015-02-23 The library at La Trobe University recently took over responsibility for gathering data on annual research outputs for reporting to the Australian government, which impacts federal funding and supports the country's benchmarking efforts. "It's in our interest," explained Geoff Payne, Deputy Director Strategy and Planning, "to make sure that we can maximize the compliance within those reporting requirements without compromising the productivity of individual researchers." read more
  • ISNI International Agency Information Licence
         OPEN LICENCE  You may re-use the “Information” made available by the “Producer” under the freedoms and the conditions specified by this licence.  1.1 Re-use of Information under this licence  read more
  • ISNI In the Music Industry
    From ISNI board member Paul Jessop: Checking the release dates, it must have been in 1974 that I first heard Killer Queen on the radio while on the way to school. I was amazed at the guitar sounds and that started a life long interest in music technology. read more
  • Peak Global Researcher Identifier Group welcomes La Trobe University as a member and Data Contributor
    2015-02-11 The International Standard Name Identifier  – International Agency (ISNI-IA or ISNI) is very pleased to announce that La Trobe University has become a member of ISNI. read more
  • Why a Collective Management Organization needs ISNI – a case study
    By David Grundy, Information Analyst, Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society - 2014-07-18   The Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) is a not-for-profit organization, run by writers, for writers.   Its 70,000 members include novelists, screenwriters, academic authors, and poets. Individually, these writers have no way of tracking the numerous ways that their work is used - and the way that these uses are legally permitted and controlled – in many jurisdictions around the world.   read more