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Le Digital Object Identifier, une impérieuse nécessité ? L'exemple de l'attribution de DOI à la Collection Pangloss, archive ouverte de langues en danger

Abstract : The Pangloss Collection is an open archive of endangered languages, developed over more than twenty years in what would currently be called an Open Science perspective: to arrive at a close association between documentation and research, for their mutual benefit. The article looks back at the general topic of resource identification, and at the current “socio-scientific” context, in order to put into perspective the somewhat paradoxical choice of assigning a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to each document in the Pangloss Collection. The stages of implementation are also outlined, broaching methodological as well as technical topics.
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Aurelia Vasile, Séverine Guillaume, Mourad Aouini, Alexis Michaud. Le Digital Object Identifier, une impérieuse nécessité ? L'exemple de l'attribution de DOI à la Collection Pangloss, archive ouverte de langues en danger. I2D – Information, données & documents, A.D.B.S., 2020, 2, pp.156-175. ⟨halshs-02870206⟩

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