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Now Hiring: Metadata Curation Lead

ROR is looking for a data manager to lead metadata curation activities for the registry, including coordinating registry updates and maintenance, working with ROR’s community curation advisors, and developing and implement long-term curation policies and practices.

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New ROR Update and Final GRID Sync

In July, ROR and GRID announced that the two registries would begin to diverge in Q4 2021 following GRID’s final public release.

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ROR Resources Roundup

ROR adoption is ramping up, and we’ve been hard at work during the past few months creating resources (or should we say ROR-sources?

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ROR and GRID: The Way Forward

Earlier today, GRID announced that it will discontinue its schedule of public releases in Q4 2021. This decision marks an important and exciting milestone in the evolution of both organization registries.

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ROR’s 2020 Annual Report: A ROR-port on the past year and a look to what’s next

ROR is a specific type of identifier and a specific type of initiative that does not always fit neatly into pre-defined notions and categories.

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Events

ROR-ing around the clock at PIDapalooza21

In the same week that ROR celebrated its third birthday, PIDapalooza celebrated the fifth festival of persistent identifiers, also as a virtual event.

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Events

Unmute to ROAR! ROR's third annual (and first virtual) community meeting

ROR turned three last week and marked the occasion just like anyone else celebrating a birthday during the pandemic: with a virtual party!

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Aligning ROR with the Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure

The scholarly community depends on a network of open identifier and metadata infrastructure. Content identifiers and contributor identifiers are foundational components of this network.

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The Path to ROR Adoption in Scholarly Publishing and Beyond

ROR offers an open and community-driven solution for tracking research outputs by institutions. ROR identifiers for research organizations are not meant to exist on their own.

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Explainers

What Does it Mean to Be in ROR?

Some of the most frequent questions ROR receives are about what it means when an organization is in ROR, and how organizations end up in the registry in the first place.

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