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206.07 LT10 ARKs in the open


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Category: Communication

Description: ARKs are a widely used to ensure persistent publicly resolvable links to objects. The ARK ecosystem is crucial to long-term access to digital objects. Over 550 institutions (research, not-for-profit, private, government) across the world have registered to use ARKs. They’ve created an estimated 175 million ARKs with publicly resolvable links to objects (digital, physical, people, places, etc.). This talk will provide an update on "ARKs in the Open", a collaboration aimed at building an open, international community around Archival Resource Keys (ARKs) and their use as persistent identifiers in the open scholarly ecosystem.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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