20131029_Welcome

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20131029_Welcome

  1. 1. ORCID OUTREACH MEETING Best practices for the integration of ORCID identifiers into research workflows Amy Brand, Harvard University October 30, 2013
  2. 2. ORCID Board of Directors • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Liz Allen, Wellcome Trust Micah Altman, Massachusetts institute of Technology Amy Brand, Harvard University Craig Van Dyck, Wiley-Blackwell Thomas Hickey, Online Computer Library Center Dave Kochalko, Thomson Reuters (Treasurer) Salvatore Mele, CERN Ed Pentz, CrossRef (Chair) Howard Ratner, ORCID Co-Founder Bernie Rous, Association for Computing Machinery Chris Shillum, Elsevier Hideaki Takeda, National Institute of Informatics Todd Vision, University of North Carolina Simeon Warner, Cornell University
  3. 3. Among the use cases identified… • Cluster all the works of a particular person for search purposes • Disambiguation and attribution • Stats about authors — “how many times has this author tried and been rejected from journal X?” • Self presentation — how can I effectively present myself and my work to the world? • Link authors and institutions • Enhance the peer review process • Associate connected authors with one another
  4. 4. Today’s meeting • Integration of ORCID identifiers by publishers, research funders, and professional societies
  5. 5. Harvard systems integrating or planning to use ORCIDs • • • • • Human resource system (PeopleSoft) Institutional repository (DASH) Identity Management System Student Information System Faculty profiles (OpenScholar, Catalyst Profiles)
  6. 6. ORCID entry field in Harvard’s human resource system
  7. 7. System will provide ORCID-HUID pairs for use in Harvard applications, such as DASH open access repository
  8. 8. Opportunities • Individuals and institutions need better tools for curating and networking their own record of scholarship • Institutions need more information about scholarly contribution

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