1. About the Party Infrastructure Project Survey

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The Australian Research Data Commons Party Infrastructure Project is a National Library of Australia project funded by the Australian National Data Service that aims to enable improved discovery of research outputs and data through persistently identifying Australian researchers and research organisations. To learn more about the Party Infrastructure Project or contact the Project team please see the wiki at https://wiki.nla.gov.au/display/ARDCPIP

This survey is designed to gather information about party data from Project stakeholders in the research sector. Party data refers to data about individuals or organisations and can include name, affiliation, staff ID, field of research, publications and so on. Responses will be used to better inform the project team about the current state of names data in the sector and to identify potential contributor sources.

Participant details are optional but encouraged. The names of individuals and institutions/organisations and other identifying information will not be included in survey results or associated publications.

The survey has 14 questions.

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* 1. Does your organisation or institution collect party data for it's researchers and/or research organisations? Party data is data about a person or organisation and can include name, affiliation, staff ID, field of research, publications etc

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