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Geoffrey Bilder's presentation to the APE 2012 meeting with updates on the CrossMark version identification service, and ORCID

Geoffrey Bilder's presentation to the APE 2012 meeting with updates on the CrossMark version identification service, and ORCID

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    • CrossMark Update Academic Publishing in Europe Nr. 7 Jan. 25th, 201w Geo rey Bilder Director of Strategic InitiativesFriday, 27 January 12
    • Remind me... What is CrossMark? (And could you please stop naming things with “Cross” at the front?)Friday, 27 January 12
    • “The Web is by nature an interactive environment, yet online journals are mostly static, befitting their traditional role as a never-changing scholarly record.”Friday, 27 January 12
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    • erratum corrigendum updates enhancements withdrawals retractions new editionsFriday, 27 January 12
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    • What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher-maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you Whether there have been any updates If this copy is being maintained by the publisher Where the publisher-maintained version is Other important publication record informationFriday, 27 January 12
    • When content changes, readers need to knowFriday, 27 January 12
    • How does it work?Friday, 27 January 12
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    • What kind of Publication Record information could be available? Funding disclosures Con ict of interest statements Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates) Location of data deposits or registries Peer review process used CrossCheck plagiarism screening License typesFriday, 27 January 12
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    • How do I join?Friday, 27 January 12
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    • Participation is optionalFriday, 27 January 12
    • Participation is optional Participants maintain their contentFriday, 27 January 12
    • Participation is optional Participants maintain their content Participants agree to keep CrossMark metadata up to date!Friday, 27 January 12
    • Participation is optional Participants maintain their content Participants agree to keep CrossMark metadata up to date! Participants adhere to logo display guidelinesFriday, 27 January 12
    • Participation is optional Participants maintain their content Participants agree to keep CrossMark metadata up to date! Participants adhere to logo display guidelines Participants have an explanatory “policy” pageFriday, 27 January 12
    • Participation is optional Participants maintain their content Participants agree to keep CrossMark metadata up to date! Participants adhere to logo display guidelines Participants have an explanatory “policy” page Anything with a CrossRef DOI can have a CrossMarkFriday, 27 January 12
    • What Does it Cost?Friday, 27 January 12
    • What Does it Cost? Cu r Bac rent kfil con e c ten on ten t: 20¢ t: 2 ¢Friday, 27 January 12
    • What Does it Cost? Cu r Bac rent kfil con e c ten on ten t: 20¢ t: 2 ¢ Current Content: published in the past two years.Friday, 27 January 12
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A ll rig 2 2 / 2 We d equests fors — who d that w hat p eer on’t e mea r comm never re should hts re 9 serv D E C E n to e spon ques nt. ed MB ER 20 tion ded 11 | V the c OL laim 48 0 | s in N AT UR E | 44 9 http://doi.org/hfkFriday, 27 January 12
    • And now for something completely different...Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID Update 0137-1963-7688-2319 0243-4126-4084-6509 1792-3336-9172-961XFriday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID will work to support the creation of a permanent, clear and unambiguous record of scholarly communication by enabling reliable attribution of authors and contributorsFriday, 27 January 12
    • By issuing unique identifiers to all researchers, ORCID will facilitate discovery and evaluation for researchers, institutions, scholarly societies and publishers Joins faculty or student body Joins scholarly society Applies for grant 1792-3336-9172-961X Submits manuscriptFriday, 27 January 12
    • Researcher What have I published in the past five years? What other papers were published by the authors of this interesting paper? 1792-3336-9172-961X How can I find potential collaborators?Friday, 27 January 12
    • University What was the research output of our institution (departments, individual researchers) last year? What open access papers did we publish? What are our strong (or weak) areas of research?Friday, 27 January 12
    • Scholarly Society What was the research output of our members last year? What projects, grants, and awards have our members received? How often did our members collaborate?Friday, 27 January 12
    • Funding Agency What papers were written by this grant applicant? What papers were published as a result of our funding? What datasets were made available by this research project?Friday, 27 January 12
    • Publisher We want to better track authors and reviewers in our journal submission system. Tell us more about this author, including other papers that he published. What potential reviewers have collaborated with this author?Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID IN CRITICAL WORKFLOWS • Track output of Researcher researchers Joins faculty Joins student body • Locate collaborators • Streamline application process • Support research Applies for grant assessment • Streamline data input • Create author links Submits manuscript 30Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID Initiative started in late 2009, initially with Business, Technical and Outreach Working Groups. ORCID non-profit organization with a Board of Directors created in August 2010. Launch of service planned for the second quarter of 2012.Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID transcends discipline, geographic, national and institutional boundaries 300 participating organizations as of January 2012Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID is open to any organization with an interest in scholarly communicationFriday, 27 January 12
    • The Board of Directors represents a broad cross-section of stakeholders Academic Institutions Publishers Funding OrganizationsFriday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID will interact with other scholarly author identification systems 1792-3336-9172-961XFriday, 27 January 12
    • Researchers will be able to create and maintain an ORCID ID and profile free of charge, and will control their privacy settingsFriday, 27 January 12
    • All profile data contributed to ORCID by researchers or claimed by them will be released under the CC0 waiver All software developed by ORCID will be publicly released under an Open Source Software license approved by the Open Source Initiative.Friday, 27 January 12
    • Timeline 2011-12 Q1 2011 Q2 2011 Q3 2011 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Build Phase 1 - Semantico Build Phase 2 API information released Start Registering ORCIDs Obtain Loans & Sponsorship Sponsorship Drive 1 Staff Hired Start Collecting Fees Drive 2 VIVO Technology Research Mellon Business/ Marketing Research Profile Exchange Research & Development 16Friday, 27 January 12
    • Hiring StaffFriday, 27 January 12
    • Hiring StaffFriday, 27 January 12
    • Hiring StaffFriday, 27 January 12
    • Phase 1 DevelopmentFriday, 27 January 12
    • Self-Asserted Organisationally- Socially-Validated Identity Validated Identity Identity Self-Asserted Identity Organisationally-Validated Identity Socially-Validated Identity Kaliya Hamlin http://www.identitywoman.net/the-identity-spectrum#utm_source=feed&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=feedFriday, 27 January 12
    • Automated-Tools Self-Asserted Organisationally-Validated Socially-Validated Identity Identity Identity Disambiguated Identity 42Friday, 27 January 12
    • Self-Asserted Identity Organisationally-Validated Socially-Validated Identity Identity Phase 1 Phase 2 1.0 1.x 43Friday, 27 January 12
    • Self-Asserted Identity Organisationally-Validated Socially-Validated Identity Identity Phase 1 Phase 2 1.0 1.x Launch 43Friday, 27 January 12
    • If you are interested in Phase 2.... Organisationally-Validated Socially-Validated Identity Identity Phase 2 “Disambiguation without de-duplication: Modelling authority and trust in the ORCID system” http://www.orcid.org/node/615 44Friday, 27 January 12
    • But this is about phase 1.0... Self-Asserted Identity Phase 1 1.0 1.x We are here 45Friday, 27 January 12
    • August 15th, 2011 ORCID and Thomson Reuters have reached an agreement that enables ORCID to start building the ORCID service based on ResearcherID code. Thomson Reuters has provided ORCID with a perpetual license and royalty free use of ResearcherID code and intellectual property, giving ORCID the critical technology to create its system. The agreement also allows ORCID to build upon the ResearcherID code base under an open source model, speeding the organization’s progress towards a registry of unique contributor identifiers and a disambiguation service. 46Friday, 27 January 12
    • Phase 1 Features Core ResearcherID.com functionality plus: • Institutional seeding of profiles (i.e. batch upload, alerting) • Delegated management of profiles • Profile exchange into grant/manuscript submission systems • Fine-grained control of privacy settings at the claim level – public=”share with anybody” – protected=”share with parties authorized via OAuth” – private=”do not share” • ORCID identifier resolution (both via GUI and REST API) • Metadata search (both GUI and REST API) 47Friday, 27 January 12
    • Semantico Team Declan Newman , Will Simpson and Liam Sheerin posing in front of ORCID code system 48Friday, 27 January 12
    • Development Phase 1: Sprints Sprint 1: Query API ETA ~ 14-10-2011 Delivery mock query API that third parties can use to start integration work with manuscript/grant tracking, evaluation systems. Deliver deployable WAR. Sprint 2: Deposit API ETA ~ 21-10-2011 Delivery mock deposit API that third parties can use to start integration work with manuscript/grant tracking, evaluation systems. Deliver deployable WAR. Sprint 3: Deposit API ETA ~ 10-11-2011 Hook-up front-end to API backend. Sprint 4: Templating ETA ~ 18-11-2011 Spring MVC/Security & FreeMarker integration. 49Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID Phase 1 API Specification http://goo.gl/ctWlR 50Friday, 27 January 12
    • Phase 1 Query API Name Key Returned Description Bio ORCID Profile metadata Given a contributor, give me name and affiliation data Works ORCID List of work metadata Given a contributor, tell me what works they have contributed to Work Work identifiers ORCIDs & Given a work, tell me what (e.g. DOIs) associated metadata contributors are responsible for it Search ORCID, Work ORCIDs & Given whatever metadata I have, identifiers, or associated metadata give me a ranked list of potential profile metadata contributors identified by that metadataFriday, 27 January 12
    • November 2nd, 2011 The ORCID Phase 1 API Mockup https://github.com/ORCIDFriday, 27 January 12
    • Gratuitous Screenshots 53Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID Phase 1 in Development Running on “localhost” 54Friday, 27 January 12
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    • Brown University Psychoceramics ProfessorFriday, 27 January 12
    • Brown UniversityFriday, 27 January 12
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    • Timeline 2011-12 Q1 2011 Q2 2011 Q3 2011 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Build Phase 1 - Semantico Build Phase 2 API information released Start Registering ORCIDs Obtain Loans & Sponsorship Sponsorship Drive 1 Staff Hired Start Collecting Fees Drive 2 VIVO Technology Research Mellon Business/ Marketing Research Profile Exchange Research & Development 16Friday, 27 January 12
    • Thank You gbilder@crossref.orgThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. 63Friday, 27 January 12
    • ORCID ID Syntax Finalised Opaque, numeric, non-sequential, with a ISO/IEC 7064:2003, MOD 11-2 check-sum and expressed as HTTP URI. http://orcid.org/0137-1963-7688-2319 http://orcid.org/0243-4126-4084-6509 http://orcid.org/1792-3336-9172-961X “Structure of the ORCID Identifier” http://goo.gl/zAF71 64Friday, 27 January 12