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ORCID Director of Community Rebecca Bryant provides an update on ORCID Ambassadors and the Sloan-sponsored Adoption & Integration program.

ORCID Director of Community Rebecca Bryant provides an update on ORCID Ambassadors and the Sloan-sponsored Adoption & Integration program.

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  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCIDto support adoption and integration at their institutions.Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCIDto support adoption and integration at their institutions.Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • Notre Dame is building a plug-in with their institutional repository, based on Hydra, which is an open source project of about 20 institutions (which is build on Fedora). Beginning with a local pilot at Notre Dame, they will then collaborate with at least five other Hydra institutions, helping to facilitate their adoption and integration as well, with the final goal that this plug-in will be available to any Hydra-based IR. The intended functionality will be to create ORCID iDs and to be able to export and import data from the ORCID profile. They are also working closely with staff in their research office, to connect a researcher’s output archived in the IR to grant support. ND also sees opportunities for using ORCID iDs to support identity management/authority control, particularly as a way to help support multi-institutional projects. Purdue will be integrating with their HubZero product, which is a tool for managing research data and planning. HubZero has about 50 “hubs” with about 500,000 visitors/year. The will pilot first with three hubs, PURR (Purdue University Research (data) Repository), NanoHub.org, and HabriCentral, before they roll out in the major open source release of HubZero next September. They plan to create/associate user records with their ORCID iDs, allow users to associate their ORCID iD with the DOI being minted by Purdue, and create linkages between the HubZero and Purdue user profiles. They will promote at the annual HubZero user group meeting and also use this as an opportunity to generate broader interest on campus.
  • integration of ORCID identifiers into their Faculty information System (FIS) to support access and reporting at CUBoulder and CU-Colorado Springs; support the FIS publication data ingest process using Symplectic Elements and other sources; and share ORCID iDs through SPARQL endpoint with the American Psychological Association.

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  • 1. Outreach Update: Engaging the research community through ambassadors & grants Outreach Meeting 30 October 2013 Washington, D.C., US Rebecca Bryant, PhD Director of Community, ORCID r.bryant@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881 Contact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA orcid.org
  • 2. Supporting adoption & integration globally • ORCID Ambassadors • Sloan-funded Adoption & Integration Program 2
  • 3. ORCID Ambassadors • Volunteers who support ORCID outreach activities • Researchers, faculty and administrators, librarians, and association and publishing professionals. 3
  • 4. ORCID Ambassadors 51 Ambassadors from 22 countries 4
  • 5. ORCID Ambassadors • • • • • • • • Work within their own networks to share information about ORCID Organize & lead ORCID presentations & posters Write blog posts, tweet, & more Incorporate into scholarly communications training resources Prominently display their own ORCID iDs Support outreach at conferences Give feedback Provide leadership for organization or national membership & integration 5
  • 6. ORCID Ambassadors ORCID provides resources to support outreach 6
  • 7. How you can help • Nominate someone today at community@orcid.org • Particularly seeking ambassadors in China, South America, South Africa, and from professional societies 7
  • 8. Adoption & Integration Program • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant to promote development of use cases and integrations at North American research universities/institutes and professional societies • Nine program partners, receiving grants of up to $20,000, • Grantees will demonstrate prototypes at May 21, 2014 Outreach Meeting (Chicago) • Code and resources shared, to support broad adoption & integration 8
  • 9. A& I Program Partners Researcher Information Systems Boston University • Build on their existing BUMC integration • Build functionality into Profiles source code • Expand to arts & sciences, creating 2500+ new iDs • Outreach to non-faculty affiliates at BU Cornell University • Enhance functionality within the VIVO source code • Pilot at Cornell • Users will be able to attach iD to VIVO profile, populate their VIVO with ORCID data, display the ORCID iD in VIVO, and enable VIVO to read limited access/public data in ORCID. • Share information with the VIVO community 9
  • 10. A& I Program Partners Professional societies Society for Neuroscience (SfN) • Integrate ORCID into its association management system (AMS) (Personify) • Support information management of 42,000 members from 90 countries • Capture authenticated ORCID iDs and ultimately use iDs throughout its systsems: abstracts submissions, meeting registrations, and more 10
  • 11. A& I Program Partners Repositories University of Missouri • • • Partnering with @mire to integrate into DSpace open source code Pilot in the MOSpace IR Outreach to early career researchers Notre Dame University • • • • Building a plug-in to their campus institutional repository, based on Hydra/Fedora Piloting locally, then collaborating to broaden implementation at 5 other Hydra institutions Incorporate this plug-in into Hydra open source code for use by other IRs Create ORCID iDs, export/import data from ORCID Purdue University • • • • HubZero data life cycle management tool/repository Pilot with 3 hubs: PURR, HABRI Central, nanoHub Integration into HubZero source code, so available to other 50+ institutions using HubZero Create ORCID iDs, enable linkages between iD and DOI being minted by Purdue, and create linkages between HubZero & ORCID profiles Reactome • • • Reactome is a tool to support data integration, analysis, and visualization of biological pathways, making this information available to researchers, educators, and students. Incorporate the ORCID iD into the Reactome database & enable users to export/import data from ORCID Educate researchers & encourage adoption 11
  • 12. A& I Program Partners Multi-faced implementations Texas A&M • • • • Educate graduate students and postdocs about the value of claiming and using their ORCID iDs Create ORCID iDs for all graduate students and tie to the UIN in the campus directory Thesis deposit: Integrate into the source code of the Vireo ETD deposit system (open source) & pilot at TAMU Other publications: Integrate into VIVO researcher information system University of Colorado • • • • Integrate into their Faculty Information System to support evaluation & reporting at CU-Boulder and CU-Colorado Springs, including VIVO profiles and FIS publication ingest from Symplectic Elements and elsewhere Create ORCID iDs for their faculty Share ORCID iDs through SPARQL endpoint with the American Psychological Association. This step will support APA’s desire to push publication data to individual ORCID records Following initial integration into CU FIS, expand to other systems and affiliates, including NCAR, IR, medical campus and more 12
  • 13. What can you do? Spread the word Follow us & give feedback • Claim & populate your • Save the date! May 21, iD     Name variants Email addresses Biography Publications • Display your ORCID iD • Nominate an ambassador at community@orcid.org 2014 Outreach Meeting in Chicago • Subscribe to our blog , http://orcid.org/about/ne ws • Follow, tweet, & retweet @ORCID_Org • iDeas forum 13
  • 14. Outreach Update: Engaging the research community through ambassadors & grants Outreach Meeting 30 October 2013 Washington, D.C., US Rebecca Bryant, PhD Director of Community, ORCID r.bryant@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881 Contact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA orcid.org