ORCID-HUBZERO INTEGRATION
MAY 21, 2014 – ORCID OUTREACH MEETING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Michael Witt
Head, Distributed Data Cur...
HUBZERO
• HUBzero, open source software: http://hubzero.org
• Originally funded by NSF, maintained by HUBzero Foundation
•...
SOME EXAMPLES OF HUBZERO
• nanoHUB, https://nanohub.org
• Purdue University Research Repository, https://purr.purdue.edu
•...
REPOSITORY WORKFLOWS
Three simple use cases:
1. New user registration
User creates hub account & creates/associates
ORCID ...
Use case 1:
New user registration
Use case 2:
Link & edit ORCID from user
dashboard
Use case 3:
Include ORCID in Digital Object
Identifier (DOI) metadata
CURRENT STATUS
• All three use cases implemented in prototype
• Pilot test with three hubs in April
• nanoHUB, http://nano...
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
ORCID and HubZero
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ORCID identifiers in repositories

The ORCID identifier has been incorporated into numerous repository platforms. This session will offer a discussion of integration points, policy issues, data flow between systems, researcher participation, discovered opportunities, and demonstrations by universities, research organizations, and vendors.

Moderator: Salvatore Mele, Head of Open Access at CERN

Presenters:

Robin Haw, Scientific Associate and Reactome Outreach Coordinator, Department of Informatics and Bio-computing, OICR
Rick Johnson, Co-Program Director, Digital Library Initiatives and Scholarship E-Research and Digital Initiatives, Notre Dame University
Ann Campion Riley, Associate Director for Access, Collections and Technical Services, University of Missouri Library
Sarah Shreeves, Coordinator, Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS), University Library. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Witt, Head, Distributed Data Curation Center, Purdue University

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ORCID and HubZero

  1. 1. ORCID-HUBZERO INTEGRATION MAY 21, 2014 – ORCID OUTREACH MEETING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Michael Witt Head, Distributed Data Curation Center (D2C2) Associate Professor of Library Science Web: http://www.lib.purdue.edu/research/witt E-mail: mwitt@purdue.edu
  2. 2. HUBZERO • HUBzero, open source software: http://hubzero.org • Originally funded by NSF, maintained by HUBzero Foundation • Built to facilitate virtual communities and online, scientific collaboration, research and learning • Collaborate, develop, publish, archive, and interact with software tools, datasets, documents, multimedia, learning objects, etc. • Social network functionality and collaboration features • LAMP stack, Joomla framework, OpenVZ and Rappture, git, etc. • EZID interface to mint DataCite DOIs • Over 50 hubs online, supporting different virtual scientific communities, hundreds of thousands of users PLATFORM FOR SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION
  3. 3. SOME EXAMPLES OF HUBZERO • nanoHUB, https://nanohub.org • Purdue University Research Repository, https://purr.purdue.edu • Human-Animal Bond Research Institute, http://www.habricentral.org • Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES), http://nees.org • Pharmaceutical product development and manufacturing, http://pharmahub.org • Transforming STEM Education, http://STEMedhub.org • Instant access to high-throughput computing, http://diagrid.org • Drought Research Initiative Network, http://drinet.hubzero.org • Collaborative volcano research and risk mitigation, http://vhub.org • Clinical and translational research in healthcare, http://indianactsi.org • Cancer care engineering, http://ccehub.org • Global engineering education, http://globalhub.org • Energy from biomass, http://c3bio.org SUPPORTING DIFFERENT VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES OF RESEARCHERS
  4. 4. REPOSITORY WORKFLOWS Three simple use cases: 1. New user registration User creates hub account & creates/associates ORCID identifier 2. Edit and link user profile to ORCID Link between hub user dashboard and ORCID 3. User publishes a dataset ORCID identifier is included in DOI metadata to DataCite HUBZERO-ORCID INTEGRATION
  5. 5. Use case 1: New user registration
  6. 6. Use case 2: Link & edit ORCID from user dashboard
  7. 7. Use case 3: Include ORCID in Digital Object Identifier (DOI) metadata
  8. 8. CURRENT STATUS • All three use cases implemented in prototype • Pilot test with three hubs in April • nanoHUB, http://nanohub.org • PURR, http://purr.purdue.edu • HABRI Central, http://habri.org • Demo in May at ORCID Outreach Meeting • Contribute source code to HUBzero, next version release in September 2014 Thanks to support from: HUBZERO-ORCID INTEGRATION

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