0
ORCID Adoption and Implementation
at CU-Boulder
Andrew Johnson
University of Colorado Boulder
ORCID Outreach Meeting
Chica...
Timeline
 Outreach (March-
April)
 Preregistration notice
to faculty (April)
 Registration of iDs for
faculty (summer)
...
Representative
Questions Received
 “What do I do if I
already have an
ORCID iD?”
 “How does ORCID
guarantee my
privacy?”...
Opportunities Discovered During Implementation
 Originally concerned with name disambiguation
 Potential to use ORCID as...
Questions?
CU-Boulder ORCID Project Team:
Liz Tomich (Faculty Affairs)
Don Elsborg (Faculty Affairs)
Vance Howard (Faculty...
ORCID Adoption and Implementation at CU-Boulder
ORCID Adoption and Implementation at CU-Boulder
ORCID Adoption and Implementation at CU-Boulder
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

ORCID Adoption and Implementation at CU-Boulder

447

Published on

From the ORCID Outreach Meeting, May 21-22, 2014, Chicago Illinois. https://orcid.org/content/orcid-outreach-meeting-and-codefest-may-2014

ORCID integration into researcher information systems

The ORCID identifier has been integrated into numerous researcher information system platforms available to the research community, providing the opportunity for improved data through disambiguation and reducing the time-consuming process of maintaining up-to-date records for both individuals and organizations. This session will feature a discussion of integration points, policy issues, data flow between systems, researcher participation, discovered opportunities, improved metrics and reporting, and demonstrations by universities and vendors.

Moderator: David Baker, Executive Director, CASRAI

Presenters:

Urban Andersson, IT Librarian, Chalmers University of Technology
Michael Habib, Senior Product Manager-Scopus, Elsevier
Julia Hawks, VP, North America, Symplectic
Andrew Johnson, Assistant Professor and Research Data Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder)
Patricia Brennan, Thomson Reuters
Christopher Shanahan, Assistant Professor and Faculty Lead, BU Profiles, Boston University School of Medicine
Simeon Warner, Research Associate, Cornell University

Published in: Technology, Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
447
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
15
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "ORCID Adoption and Implementation at CU-Boulder"

  1. 1. ORCID Adoption and Implementation at CU-Boulder Andrew Johnson University of Colorado Boulder ORCID Outreach Meeting Chicago, IL May 21, 2014
  2. 2. Timeline  Outreach (March- April)  Preregistration notice to faculty (April)  Registration of iDs for faculty (summer)  Follow up regarding unclaimed iDs (fall)  Integration with enterprise and other systems (ongoing) Implementation at CU-Boulder  Faculty Affairs/Libraries team registers iDs for all faculty on campus  iDs used in a number of campus systems  iDs will be shared with other university and affiliated systems
  3. 3. Representative Questions Received  “What do I do if I already have an ORCID iD?”  “How does ORCID guarantee my privacy?”  “How can I control which version of my name is associated with my ORCID iD?” Preregistration Results  3630 emails sent to faculty  116 indicated they had an existing ORCID iD  1 opted out of ORCID iD registration
  4. 4. Opportunities Discovered During Implementation  Originally concerned with name disambiguation  Potential to use ORCID as a source of:  Other researcher identifiers that could be used to collect publication data  Data about scholarly works other than publications  Information about graduate student employment and success  Broadened campus conversations about impact of research and creative work (particularly for Arts and Humanities faculty)
  5. 5. Questions? CU-Boulder ORCID Project Team: Liz Tomich (Faculty Affairs) Don Elsborg (Faculty Affairs) Vance Howard (Faculty Affairs) Andrew Johnson (Libraries) Project website: http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/ScholarlyCommunications/orcid/
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×