Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Hot Topics: The DuraSpace
Community Webinar Series
“Enhancing Early Career ...
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Webinar 3:
Enhancing Early Career Researcher
Profiles: VIVO & ORCID Integra...
Introduction
Josh Brown
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Why ORCID?
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
“Of the more than 6 million authors in a
major journal citations...
Why ORCID?
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
What is ORCID?
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
ORCID is a
hub.
ORCID APIs
connect:
•researchers
•their work...
ORCID adoption
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
195+members
ORCID adoption
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
ORCID adoption
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Running from 2013 to 2014, the
program was designed to increase
ORCID adoption and integration in
universities.
•9 project...
The Adoption and Integration program
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Universities are now the fastest growi...
Speakers
• Kristi Holmes
– VIVO and ORCID
• Jon Corson-Rikert
– ORCID iDs and VIVO profiles
• Simeon Warner
– Challenges a...
VIVO & ORCID
Kristi Holmes, PhD
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
What is VIVO?
1. An open source
semantic web
application
2. An information
model
3. An open
community
VIVO
An open-source semantic web application that
enables the discovery of research and
scholarship across disciplines in ...
A VIVO profile allows you to:
Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and
professional achievements for individuals and
c...
How are ORCID and VIVO
complementary?
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
ORCID iD is the permanent, global
identifier, with enough information to
aid in disambiguation of the person
VIVO is typic...
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
http://www.co2partners.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/path.png
VIVO st...
Longitudinal tracking of people –
a tough nut to crack!
• Scholars and Trainees
• Alumni
• Visiting scientists
• Administr...
Draft
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Longitudinal tracking of people –
a tough nut to crack!
• the role ORCID is
currently playing
• Enhancing the process
thro...
Accreditation requirements
• One institution has a
behind-the-firewall VIVO
to track their alumni for 3
years after gradua...
Galter Library’s Metrics and
Impact Core
• The Metrics and Impact Core (MIC), housed in Galter Library, has
expertise in b...
Mission: Speeding transformative research discoveries to
patients and the community
Northwestern University Clinical and
T...
Seeking data
1. a better perspective of scholarly outputs for everyone
• Multiple sources covering multiple subjects and d...
ORCID iDs & VIVO Profiles
Jon Corson-Rikert
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
How do ORCID iDs and VIVO
profiles work together?
• In the VIVO-ISF ontology
• Through VIVO software extensions
• Examples...
ORCID iDs in the VIVO-ISF
ontology
• The property vivo:orcidId is an object
property to support connecting VIVO and
ORCID ...
2014 ORCID A&I Grant
• Cornell received a 2014 ORCID Adoption
and Integration grant, funded by the
Sloan Foundation
• Enab...
Dual Outcomes
• VIVO adds the ORCID iD to the person’s
VIVO profile and linked data
– Displays in VIVO as either
“confirme...
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
ORCID Record Linked to VIVO
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Examples
• Cornell – simplest approach through
VIVO and orcid.cornell.edu
• George Washington University – pilot
profile p...
Cornell Low Key Approach
• Offer the opportunity to create or
confirm an ORCID iD through VIVO
– Complicated by separate f...
George Washington University
• Part of a larger 5-university VIVO pilot
by the Southeastern Universities
Research Associat...
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Sample GWU Screenshot
Texas A&M University
• Also recipient of 2014 ORCID A&I grant
• Minted over 10,000 ORCID iDs and
added them to an internal...
TAMU ORCID Management App
Clement, Gail, Cooper, Micah, Hahn, Doug, Ilik, Violeta, Tucker, Sandy. "It Takes a Village to G...
University of Colorado-Boulder
• Again a VIVO-related recipient of 2014
ORCID A&I grant
• Joint initiative of the Office o...
CU Boulder Process & Timeline
• April, 2014 – pre-registration communication
with campus
• July, 2014 – 3209 new registrat...
CU Boulder (continued)
• 22% of the faculty had claimed their
ORCID iD within 3 days
• As of 4/14/15:
– Total claimed = 16...
Ongoing Implementation
• A new ORCID module is included on the
reporting tool used for the annual merit
process
– Shows th...
June 11, 2013
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
CU Boulder Ongoing
Implementation (continued)
• Created view for department heads to see ORCID
iDs for their faculty inclu...
CU Boulder – Upcoming ToDos
• Rerun the registration process to pick up
about 550 new faculty hires
• Leverage new functio...
Colorado Research Diamond
• As part of Flagship 2030, CU hopes to
develop a collaborative enterprise
among regional univer...
Challenges & Confusions
Simeon Warner
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
“How much information should my
ORCID record have?”
“I have a VIVO profile so why should I
maintain one in ORCID too?”
•Bo...
Minimal record
Registration is quick and easy,
just 30 seconds to enter
1. name
2. email
3. password
4. agree to privacy p...
Helpful ORCID record (1)
Reasons to add a little more information:
1.Provide enough information so that someone who
follow...
Helpful ORCID record (2)
Reasons to add a little more information:
2.Provide other identifiers so that ORCID can act as a
...
Expansive ORCID record
There are many import wizards for
– connection of an ORCID record to other identifiers
– import of ...
You may make your ORCID record
a complete picture of your research
contributions if you choose.
But a complete record isn'...
ORCID and the Semantic Web
• An ORCID iD is a URI
• ORCID has limited support for RDF
• More work on 2015 roadmap
• New W3...
Which person identifier?
ORCID, ISNI, VIAF, id.loc.gov,…?
•No single person identifier for all uses
•ORCID is researcher d...
Hub identifier linking to
other identifiers and to
profiles in other systems
Profusion of Identifiers
Kristi Holmes
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Profusion of Identifiers
Profusion of URIs for people
– Can ORCID provide crosswalking
services and function as a global
s...
International Context
Josh Brown
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
VIVO, ORCID and others
ORCID and VIVO work together, and in
partnership with international organizations
to further data c...
Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Questions?
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Series 11: Integrating ORCID Persistent Identifiers with DSpace, Fedora and VIVO

Webinar 3: “Enhancing Early Career Researcher Profiles: VIVO & ORCID Integration”
April 16, 2015

Curated by Josh Brown, ORCID

Presented by: Simeon Warner, Library Information Systems, Cornell University, Jon Corson-Rikert, Head of Information Technology Services, Cornell University and Kristi Holmes, Director, Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University

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  • VIVO enables collaboration and understanding across an institution and among institutions
    VIVO harvests much of its data automatically from verified sources so it is accurate and current, reducing the need for manual input.
    The rich information in VIVO profiles can be repurposed and shared with other institutional web pages and consumers, reducing cost and increasing efficiencies across the institution.
    Data is housed and maintained at the local institutions. There it can be updated on a regular basis.
    Search results are faceted so information can be located rapidly and with less time spent sorting through information.
    Profiles are largely created via automated data feeds, but can be customized to suit the needs of the individual.
    Profiles are richer in content than typical [web pages or] social networking sites and will rank higher in general internet searches.
    Across institutions VIVO provides a uniform semantic structure to enable a new class of tools using the data to advance science. …..visualizations, search, discovery, etc
    Each institution provides its own VIVO system and data. Local governance determines data to be provided.
    VIVO structures data in RDF triples using the VIVO ontology. Moreover, the recommendations state that as a general principle the profile data should be publically available as Linked Open Data. This announcement demonstrates the CTSA Consortium’s recognition of the value of semantic web standards and increasing momentum in support of semantic web technologies to facilitate research discovery. Examples of applications which consume these rich data, including: visualizations (Katy’s viz URL), enhanced multi-site search (VIVO search URL), and VIVO Searchlight (searchlight URL). Other utilities are in development across a wide range of functionalities.
  • Profiles are largely created via automated data feeds, but can be customized to suit the needs of the individual.
    Information is open source (free) and is stored in a framework that allows for exporting to other applications.
    Profiles are richer in content than typical [web pages or] social networking sites and will rank higher in general internet searches.
  • Not just the junior investigators
  • ORCID ID minted by PI or institution flows in from ORCID.org via SOA
    ORCID ID entered on published content flows in via information vendors
    ORCID ID entered on unpublished content flows in via institutional content repositories.
    Profile Updates can be exchanged bi-directionally between ORCID.org and the institutional profiling systems
  • Mention the challenges of longitudinal tracking of scholars
    the role ORCID is currently playing
    how this could be enhanced through researcher information systems -- get an update on a researcher 10 years down the road
    Northwestern impact analysis work
  • The Library’s new Metrics and Impact Core (MIC) is focused on leveraging the library resources and other sources of information at this institution and beyond for impact and justification support for grant submissions and renewals; support for faculty recruitment, tracking, and impact assessment activities; training for enhancing research impact and how to report outcomes to funding agencies; and data analysis and visualizations. The core’s impact and evaluation librarian provides advanced bibliometric and scientometric analysis and offers consultations and workshops on related topics (e.g., enhancing research impact, dissemination strategies, reporting outcomes and impact, visualization strategies).
  • Mission
    Speeding transformative research discoveries to patients and the community
    Strategic Goals
    Speed translation and improve efficiency by integrating processes and programs that connect researchers with a continuum of resources, training, funding opportunities, and strategic partners
    Develop and implement innovative systems to identify, evaluate, facilitate and disseminate scientific breakthroughs, and improve the quality, safety and cost-effectiveness of clinical and translational research
    Promote Northwestern's culture of collaboration, innovation and translation through team-building, education, and training to empower the multi-disciplinary translational research teams of tomorrow
    Sample PROCESS, OUTPUT, and IMPACT metrics
  • How much information should my ORCID record have? This is a question I'm often asked by researchers when I discuss ORCID and the process of registering. … Do I have yet another profile to maintain? I want to talk about this not just because it is a frequently asked question, but also because it gets at some of the affordances and reasons for ORCID.
  • A minimal ORCID record is very quick and easy to create, 30 seconds. This is enough to get an iD and use it in research workflows – if it is used then it will become more helpful over time
  • Minimal record will show nothing public except for name and identifier. This page clearly isn’t very useful because when we arrive here we are left with the question “Which John Smith?”. However, the owner of this id is still able to login as part of verified workflows and use his id. He may wish not to add works to his profile but should he choose to do so then it will be easy and automatic via the round-trip described earlier – a simply matter of approving
  • While a minimal ORCID record facilitates the use of an ORCID iD, there are reasons to add a little more information. Perhaps two key reasons are 1) Provide enough information so that someone who follows a link to your record, or searches for you, can understand which "John Smith" you are, and 2) Provide other identifiers so that ORCID can act as a switchboard to connect your identities in different systems.
  • While a minimal ORCID record facilitates the use of an ORCID iD, there are reasons to add a little more information. Perhaps two key reasons are 1) Provide enough information so that someone who follows a link to your record, or searches for you, can understand which "John Smith" you are, and 2) Provide other identifiers so that ORCID can act as a switchboard to connect your identities in different systems.
  • With just a little more information added, we stand a very good chance of disambiguating this John Smith from another.
  • There are many import wizards which not only allow connection of an ORCID record to other identifies, and also import of works, grants, etc.. Users may also enter works themselves.
    A key feature of the ORCID UI is grouping of duplicate work records based on work identifier (e.g. DOI). This allows multiple to work records from different sources to be stored, updated without overwriting each other, and yet the user may select the preferred one to view.
  • ORCID supports a number of wizards that connect to other systems such as Scopus, ResearcherID and ISNI. Cornell Library developed and integration with VIVO that is supported in a number of installations including our own. Links to systems not currently recognized a person or name identifiers can be added as website links too – I choose to link my github page for example.
  • 4.16.15 Slides, “Enhancing Early Career Researcher Profiles: VIVO & ORCID Integration”

    1. 1. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Hot Topics: The DuraSpace Community Webinar Series “Enhancing Early Career Researcher Profiles: VIVO & ORCID Integration” Curated by Josh Brown, Regional Director Europe, ORCID
    2. 2. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Webinar 3: Enhancing Early Career Researcher Profiles: VIVO & ORCID Integration Presented by: •Josh Brown, Regional Director Europe, ORCID •Kristi Holmes, Galter Health Sciences Library and Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS) •Jon Corson-Rikert, Cornell University Library •Simeon Warner, Cornell University Library
    3. 3. Introduction Josh Brown Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    4. 4. Why ORCID? Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series “Of the more than 6 million authors in a major journal citations and abstracts database, more than two-thirds of them share a last name and single initial with another author, and an ambiguous name in the same database refers on average to eight people.” http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf
    5. 5. Why ORCID? Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    6. 6. What is ORCID? Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series ORCID is a hub. ORCID APIs connect: •researchers •their works •organizations •other identifiers
    7. 7. ORCID adoption Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series 195+members
    8. 8. ORCID adoption Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    9. 9. ORCID adoption Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    10. 10. Running from 2013 to 2014, the program was designed to increase ORCID adoption and integration in universities. •9 projects •13 integrations •>7k slidedeck views http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1290632 The Adoption and integration program Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    11. 11. The Adoption and Integration program Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Universities are now the fastest growing member segment. Opportunity costs are lower, and integrations are faster.
    12. 12. Speakers • Kristi Holmes – VIVO and ORCID • Jon Corson-Rikert – ORCID iDs and VIVO profiles • Simeon Warner – Challenges and confusions • Kristi Holmes – Profusion of identifiers • Josh Brown – International context Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    13. 13. VIVO & ORCID Kristi Holmes, PhD Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    14. 14. What is VIVO? 1. An open source semantic web application 2. An information model 3. An open community
    15. 15. VIVO An open-source semantic web application that enables the discovery of research and scholarship across disciplines in an institution. An open-source semantic web application that enables the discovery of research and scholarship across disciplines in an institution. VIVO harvests data from verified sources and offers detailed profiles of faculty and researchers. VIVO harvests data from verified sources and offers detailed profiles of faculty and researchers. Public, structured linked data about investigators interests, activities and accomplishments, and tools to use that data to advance science. Public, structured linked data about investigators interests, activities and accomplishments, and tools to use that data to advance science. VIVO enjoys a robust open community space to support implementation, adoption, &development efforts around the world. See http://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVO VIVO enjoys a robust open community space to support implementation, adoption, &development efforts around the world. See http://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVO
    16. 16. A VIVO profile allows you to: Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and professional achievements for individuals and campus groups. Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and professional achievements for individuals and campus groups. Connect within focus areas and geographic expertise. Connect within focus areas and geographic expertise. Simplify reporting tasks and link data to external applications – e.g., to generate biosketches or CV or for reporting purposes. Simplify reporting tasks and link data to external applications – e.g., to generate biosketches or CV or for reporting purposes. Publish the URL or link the profile to other applications. Publish the URL or link the profile to other applications. Discover potential colleagues or campus resources by work area, authorship, & collaborations. Discover potential colleagues or campus resources by work area, authorship, & collaborations. Display visualizations of expertise areas or complex collaboration networks and relationships. Display visualizations of expertise areas or complex collaboration networks and relationships.
    17. 17. How are ORCID and VIVO complementary? Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    18. 18. ORCID iD is the permanent, global identifier, with enough information to aid in disambiguation of the person VIVO is typically an institutionally- managed profile of the researcher’s activities and outputs Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    19. 19. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series http://www.co2partners.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/path.png VIVO stays at the institution, ORCID stays with the researcher • So especially for early- career researchers, ORCID iDs will link VIVO profiles at different institutions as the researcher moves • Place as well as name changes over time -- even for established people
    20. 20. Longitudinal tracking of people – a tough nut to crack! • Scholars and Trainees • Alumni • Visiting scientists • Administrators • Mentors and mentees Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    21. 21. Draft Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    22. 22. Longitudinal tracking of people – a tough nut to crack! • the role ORCID is currently playing • Enhancing the process through researcher information systems Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    23. 23. Accreditation requirements • One institution has a behind-the-firewall VIVO to track their alumni for 3 years after graduation, a requirement for accreditation • ORCID iDs would help reduce the effort Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series VIVO
    24. 24. Galter Library’s Metrics and Impact Core • The Metrics and Impact Core (MIC), housed in Galter Library, has expertise in bibliometrics, data visualization, continuous improvement, information systems and alternative metrics. The core provides extensive advisory services for researchers, groups or departments on topics such as: • developing successful publishing strategies • managing or tracking publications • maintaining an impactful online identity • measuring or assessing research impact by discipline • communicating research impact to audiences • MIC uses a wide collection of resources, including Scopus, Web of Science, Essential Science Indicators, Google Scholar, NU Scholars, Journal Citation Reports, and more, to provide services and reports for: • Researchers or clinicians to demonstrate impact of published works to promotion or tenure committees, or the impact of research studies to funding agencies when applying for funding • Research groups/institutions/departments to discover how research findings are being used to promote science, or an overall view of research publications and outputs by a specific group
    25. 25. Mission: Speeding transformative research discoveries to patients and the community Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute Evaluation and Continuous Improvement Program http://nucats.northwestern.edu/ Some sample metrics… OUTPUT Metrics Time to Publication or other output Number of technology transfer products ROI of pilot awards ROI of TL1, T32, KL2 scholars Time from publication to research synthesis IMPACT Metrics Influence of a research output Researcher and institutional collaborations Career development and path/trajectory PROCESS Metrics Time from IRB submission to approval Time from grant award to start of study Volume of investigators who use services, take training, and other activities
    26. 26. Seeking data 1. a better perspective of scholarly outputs for everyone • Multiple sources covering multiple subjects and disciplines; authoritative sources; Disambiguated and de-duplicated 1. a way to tie these outputs to institutional efforts, systems, and workflows in a meaningful way grants and to our IR 2. a way to track this information moving forward 3. a better perspective of scholarly outputs for everyone • ORCID allows longitudinal tracking • Diverse outputs • Can be a compliment to survey data • Helpful for alumni Nobody gets excited about filling out annual data reports and it is hard to track our scholars after they leave our institution… ORCID offers us a way to make that more automated with our profiling systems.
    27. 27. ORCID iDs & VIVO Profiles Jon Corson-Rikert Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    28. 28. How do ORCID iDs and VIVO profiles work together? • In the VIVO-ISF ontology • Through VIVO software extensions • Examples – Cornell – George Washington University – Texas A&M University – University of Colorado-Boulder Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    29. 29. ORCID iDs in the VIVO-ISF ontology • The property vivo:orcidId is an object property to support connecting VIVO and ORCID in the linked data web • The object value is a resource of the form http://orcid.org/NNNN-NNNN-NNNN-NNNN • VIVO displays the iD as a direct link to the person’s ORCID record Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    30. 30. 2014 ORCID A&I Grant • Cornell received a 2014 ORCID Adoption and Integration grant, funded by the Sloan Foundation • Enabled VIVO as of the 1.7 release to support communication between VIVO and ORCID • Create or confirm an ORCID iD directly with ORCID from VIVO Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    31. 31. Dual Outcomes • VIVO adds the ORCID iD to the person’s VIVO profile and linked data – Displays in VIVO as either “confirmed” or “pending confirmation” • VIVO requests permission to provide a VIVO URI to ORCID Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    32. 32. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    33. 33. ORCID Record Linked to VIVO Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    34. 34. Examples • Cornell – simplest approach through VIVO and orcid.cornell.edu • George Washington University – pilot profile population from ORCID records • Texas A&M – creating ORCID iDs for graduate students, adding them to VIVO • University of Colorado – creating ORCID iDs for faculty members Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    35. 35. Cornell Low Key Approach • Offer the opportunity to create or confirm an ORCID iD through VIVO – Complicated by separate faculty reporting path for part of the campus – Hoping to move the whole campus to Symplectic Elements and also leverage their ORCID integration • orcid.cornell.edu available in the mean time and for grad students Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    36. 36. George Washington University • Part of a larger 5-university VIVO pilot by the Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) – Goal is to link researchers across 70 member institutions • Justin Littman has pulled in publications and other information from ORCID as a proof of concept alternative to self-edit for researchers not included in faculty reporting Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    37. 37. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Sample GWU Screenshot
    38. 38. Texas A&M University • Also recipient of 2014 ORCID A&I grant • Minted over 10,000 ORCID iDs and added them to an internal-facing VIVO • Focus on grad students, with intent to expand to faculty • Violeta Ilik modeled the data using Karma and ingested into VIVO – Karma data integration tool from USC – http://www.isi.edu/integration/karma/ Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    39. 39. TAMU ORCID Management App Clement, Gail, Cooper, Micah, Hahn, Doug, Ilik, Violeta, Tucker, Sandy. "It Takes a Village to Grow ORCIDs on Campus: Establishing and Integrating Unique Scholar Identifiers at Texas A&M" 2014 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries, Austin, TX, May 6-7, 2014. • Mint iDs • Manage existing iDs • Automate publishing
    40. 40. University of Colorado-Boulder • Again a VIVO-related recipient of 2014 ORCID A&I grant • Joint initiative of the Office of Faculty affairs and the Library • ORCID iDs to be used in a number of campus systems – And shared with other university and affiliated systems Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    41. 41. CU Boulder Process & Timeline • April, 2014 – pre-registration communication with campus • July, 2014 – 3209 new registrations – Tenure-track, instructors, research faculty, but not temporary faculty – 3 opt-out requests received – 210 faculty with pre-existing ORCID iDs, including 90 with emails at ORCID; reconciled this information separately Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    42. 42. CU Boulder (continued) • 22% of the faculty had claimed their ORCID iD within 3 days • As of 4/14/15: – Total claimed = 1657 – Total deactivated ~12 – Total ORCID iDs registered= 3334 – Claim rate 49.7% Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    43. 43. Ongoing Implementation • A new ORCID module is included on the reporting tool used for the annual merit process – Shows the status of their ORCID iD and helps the faculty get info to claim or use their ORCID • Added claimed ORCID iD hyperlink to VIVO CU-Boulder profile pages Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    44. 44. June 11, 2013 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    45. 45. CU Boulder Ongoing Implementation (continued) • Created view for department heads to see ORCID iDs for their faculty including whether it has been claimed • Shared claimed ORCID iDs for Boulder faculty with CCTSI partners at the CU Anschutz Medical School to show on Colorado Profiles, a medical research network for the University of Colorado based on Harvard Profiles and PubMed data • Renewed ORCID membership Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    46. 46. CU Boulder – Upcoming ToDos • Rerun the registration process to pick up about 550 new faculty hires • Leverage new functionality in Symplectic Elements around ORCID iD • Consider new options for managing ORCID registration for new hires (VIVO, Elements, or others) • Consider how/if we want to push or ingest data to/from ORCID Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    47. 47. Colorado Research Diamond • As part of Flagship 2030, CU hopes to develop a collaborative enterprise among regional universities, businesses, government, and federal laboratories to develop and apply new technologies • ORCID iDs shared across VIVOs at UNAVCO, NCAR, and CU Boulder will help enable that vision Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series http://www.colorado.edu/flagship2030/sites/default/files/attached-files/flagship_twopage_summary.pdf
    48. 48. Challenges & Confusions Simeon Warner Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    49. 49. “How much information should my ORCID record have?” “I have a VIVO profile so why should I maintain one in ORCID too?” •Bottom line is that it is a researcher choice, they are in control •A certain amount of information and linking is very helpful
    50. 50. Minimal record Registration is quick and easy, just 30 seconds to enter 1. name 2. email 3. password 4. agree to privacy policy A minimal ORCID record that is enough to get an iD and use it in research workflows
    51. 51. Helpful ORCID record (1) Reasons to add a little more information: 1.Provide enough information so that someone who follows a link to your record, or searches for you, can understand which "John Smith" you are – alternate names – education and employment information – a few works. Everyone likes to show off their best work … – opens the door for disambiguation of existing data
    52. 52. Helpful ORCID record (2) Reasons to add a little more information: 2.Provide other identifiers so that ORCID can act as a switchboard to connect your identities in different systems. – local profile id (e.g. my VIVO id at Cornell) – Scopus Author ID, Researcher ID, ISNI – (Using the search and link wizards that connect to these other systems is also the easiest way to add works.)
    53. 53. Expansive ORCID record There are many import wizards for – connection of an ORCID record to other identifiers – import of works, grants, etc.. – source is recorded and provides way to assess trust – manual entry also supported UI groups information about the same work from multiple sources – user can select preferred one
    54. 54. You may make your ORCID record a complete picture of your research contributions if you choose. But a complete record isn't necessary for ORCID to work and you can link to other profile systems such as VIVO. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    55. 55. ORCID and the Semantic Web • An ORCID iD is a URI • ORCID has limited support for RDF • More work on 2015 roadmap • New W3C report suggesting improvements to clarify identifier semantics • Ivan Herman (W3C) serving on ORCID Technical Steering Group Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    56. 56. Which person identifier? ORCID, ISNI, VIAF, id.loc.gov,…? •No single person identifier for all uses •ORCID is researcher driven and designed to be used in workflows: “An ounce of ambiguity avoidance is worth a pound of disambiguation” •Workflow integration avoids name ambiguity at source Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    57. 57. Hub identifier linking to other identifiers and to profiles in other systems
    58. 58. Profusion of Identifiers Kristi Holmes Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    59. 59. Profusion of Identifiers Profusion of URIs for people – Can ORCID provide crosswalking services and function as a global sameAs registry? – ORCID already supports researchers supplementing their records with additional external URIs -- this is a key use case for ORCID •What are the temporal aspects? •How can goals of linked data be achieved in concert with other groups such as libraries, disciplinary repositories, etc. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    60. 60. International Context Josh Brown Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    61. 61. VIVO, ORCID and others ORCID and VIVO work together, and in partnership with international organizations to further data connections and the applications of standards •CASRAI – Project CRediT •EuroCRIS •Seeking use cases to address Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
    62. 62. Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Questions?

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