Meet Ringgold at Frankfurt Book Fair 2016
Schedule a meeting or visit us at Hall 4.2, Stand M86.
Quality Data to Power Scholarly Communications
As scholarly communications become more interconnected, high quality data becomes more important. Ringgold’s organizational identifiers and associated metadata allow systems to exchange information more effectively. Armed with Ringgold’s information for institutions and scholarly works, clients are better able to develop business intelligence, improve decision making, and more easily connect their publications to the broader research community.
Persistent Identifiers – The 5 Things You Need To Know
Wednesday 19 October, 13.00-13.30
Professional & Scientific Information Hot Spot Stage, N99 in Hall 4.2
The use of persistent identifiers has become much more widespread in scholarly communication. Ringgold, the institutional identification experts, will explain the importance of persistent identifiers and why you should be using them to your advantage, whatever your role in scholarly communications. Please join us to learn more.
Schedule a meeting or visit us at Hall 4.2, Stand M86
Laura Cox, Diane Cogan, Christine Orr, and Jean Brodahl would be delighted to sit down and discuss your aims and goals.
We look forward to seeing you at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
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