Orcid oai8 20130618


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  1. 1. orcid.org Contact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA Interoperability and DiscoverabilityOAI8, Geneva, 18 June 2013Laurel L. Haak, PhD Executive Director, ORCID L.Haak@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5109-3700 Todd J Vision, PhD Associate Professor, Univ. of North Carolina tjv@bio.unc.edu http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6133-2581
  2. 2. Integrating with DSpace•  What mechanisms are in place to prevent duplicate registration?•  Who should interact with ORCID, library or personnel system?•  Should we wait for national level adoption to integrate?•  What points of integration with DSpace: Direct or via other platforms?Store in item authority fields for relevant author/contributor metadata?Associate with DSpace user accounts?•  Which membership is right for me?•  What kind of developments/enhancements are recommended for theDSpace community to make ORCID adoption easier for institutions?218 June 2013
  3. 3. The research community haslacked the ability to linkresearchers and scholars with theirprofessional activities.What is the problem?•  Discoverability within and across databases•  Author, grantee, and faculty record management•  Member and meeting management•  Reviewer selection•  Disclosure and COI18 June 2013 3
  4. 4. v ORCID is an international, interdisciplinary,open, not-for-profit, community-drivenorganization. We collaborate with researchersand organizations across the researchcommunity.v Our core mission is to provide an open registryof persistent unique identifiers forresearchers and scholars AND to automatelinkages to research works by embeddingidentifiers in research workflows.ORCID Mission18 June 2013 4
  5. 5. Benefits to the communityv Unique and persistent iD can be used throughoutcareer across professional activities and affiliationsv ORCID iD is embedded in works metadata,independent of platformv Improved system interoperability – acrossdiscipline, organization, and country•  Reduced reporting workload for researchers•  Automates repository deposition•  Supports institutional reporting18 June 2013 5
  6. 6. The ORCID RegistryOther IDs•  ResearcherID•  Scopus•  SSRN•  ArXivResearch Information Systems (CRIS)•  Research Institutions•  Funders•  GovernmentsORCID Account•  Account Settings•  Manage PermissionsORCID Record•  Biography•  Research ActivitiesWorkflows•  Manuscript submission•  Grant applications•  Dataset deposition•  Patent applications18 June 2013 6
  7. 7. ORCID Privacy•  Information in an ORCID Record has aprivacy setting, which can be set by theaccount owner or proxy.•  Duplicate check uses name and emailinformationAccessible by anyoneAccessible by Account Owner, Trusted Organization(s)Accessible by Account Owner, Proxy(ies)18 June 2013 7
  8. 8. •  Get a user’s ORCID iD•  Get data from an ORCID Record•  Let a user import from your system to theirORCID Record•  Enable the user to display on their ORCIDrecord a link to themself on your system•  Create ORCID iDs for employees andassociatesIntegration Flows18 June 2013 8
  9. 9. 9Integration Flowshttp://orcid.org/organizations/integrators18 June 2013
  10. 10. Interoperability18 June 2013 10
  11. 11. Persistent identifiersCourtesy of Herbert van de Sompel,http://www.slideshare.net/hvdsomp/towards-a-machineactionable-scholarly-communication-systemIn data models,“contributors” are movingfrom periphery to center18 June 2013 11
  12. 12. For benefits to be realized…•  Researchers must see the benefit of creatingORCID iDs AND must create or claim anORCID Account•  Research information processes and systemsmust adopt ORCID as a standard personidentifier AND embed ORCID iDs AND linkback with the ORCID Registry•  Research community must support theORCID mission by becoming a member18 June 2013 12
  13. 13. Growth since launchBy June 14, ORCID had issued 166,430 identifiers18 June 2013 13
  14. 14. Registry use is international•  12 countries >10,000 visitors•  56 countries >1,000 visitors18 June 2013 14Country   Visits   %  US   100541   17.3%  China   41788   7.2%  UK   39434   6.8%  Spain   31399   5.4%  Italy   27884   4.8%  Brazil   26233   4.5%  India   25732   4.4%  Germany   23111   4.0%  Japan   20107   3.5%  Australia   19862   3.4%  France   16367   2.8%  Canada   13257   2.3%  Russia   9980   1.7%  Egypt   9443   1.6%  Portugal   9270   1.6%  Sweden   8721   1.5%  Netherlands   8578   1.5%  Malaysia   8012   1.4%  Iran   7909   1.4%  South  Korea   7551   1.3%  Turkey   7470   1.3%  Taiwan   7137   1.2%  Poland   6035   1.0%  Switzerland   5900   1.0%  
  15. 15. ORCID Members15ORCID has 58 members, from a broad cross-section ofthe interntational research community18 June 2013
  16. 16. Embedding is widespreadv Manuscript submissionv Grant applicationsv Linkage with repositoriesv Linkage with other IDsv University CRIS systemsExploring integration in association membership andconference systems. ORCID has been proposed as acomponent of FIM and COI systems.18 June 2013 16
  17. 17. “Nature journals authors can linktheir ORCID to their account in ourmanuscript submission and trackingsystem, and we[are now] publishingauthors’ ORCIDs in papers.”Manuscript submissionORCID iDs are being receivedby CrossRef and PubMedDiehl LA, Souza RM,Alves JB, Gordan PA, Esteves RZ, Jorge ML, Coelho IC. InsuOnline, a SeriousGame to Teach Insulin Therapy to Primary Care Physicians: Design of the Game and aRandomized Controlled Trial for EducationalValidation. JMIR Res Protoc. 2013 Jan 21;2(1):e5.doi: 10.2196/resprot.2431. PubMed PMID: 23612462, AUID- ORCID: 0000-0002-9958-7213 17
  18. 18. 1. Click on ORCID link on Nature.com2. Redirected to register on ORCID3. User authorizes data transfer4. ORCID iD is stored in Nature databaseSubmission workflow123418 June 2013 18
  19. 19. Grant applicationsImport informationfrom ORCID recordLink grant application toORCID identifierNIH ScienCV to pilot useof ORCID iDs this summer18 June 2013 19
  20. 20. Linking with data repositoriesImport works metadata from DataCitehttp://odin-project.eu/2013/05/13/new-orcid-integrated-data-citation-tool/18 June 2013 20
  21. 21. Linking with data repositories18 June 2013 21
  22. 22. External IDsCreate an ORCID iDor associate existingORCID iD withResearcherIDExchange profile and/or publication databetween ORCID andResearcherID18 June 2013 22
  23. 23. Interoperability with ISNIORCID ISNIResearcher-driven, privacy policy, canbe claimed only by live peopleLibrary/algorithm-driven, can beassigned to any author16-digit number, compatible with ISO 27779 standard, last character is achecksum. ORCID and ISNI identifier assignments do not overlap.Resolvable as an HTTP URI Expressed as a 16-digit numberIntegrated in research workflows:publishing, grants, datasets and isthereby embedded in works metadataAssignment is post-hoc and curated bylibrary expertsScope is persistent identifier forresearchers and contributorsScope is persistent identifier forauthors and rights management, alsoidentifier for organizations18 June 2013 23
  24. 24. National adoption: UKhttp://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/di_researchmanagement/researchinformation/orcid.aspx18 June 2013 24
  25. 25. National adoption: Swedenhttp://openaccess.blogg.kb.se/2013/01/30/slutrapport-fran-projekt-forfattarindentifikatorer/25
  26. 26. Available free to the community: registry (orcid.org), opensource code (github.com/ORCID/ORCID-Source/wiki), sandbox fortesting APIs (support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/166623-about-the-orcid-sandbox), Public API, documentation(support.orcid.org/knowledgebase), annual public data file(orcid.org/content/orcid-public-data-file), participation in Steeringand Working Groups (orcid.org/about/community), iDEAS forumAvailable to ORCID Members: Member API, OAuth tokento support authentication, ability to serve as trusted party andread limited access data and write to/create records, biannualdata files. Premium members get additional benefits includingmonthly usage reporting, monthly data files, webhooks, andhigher bandwith access.Membership26
  27. 27. Standard: One organization joins. Option for basic orpremium benefit levels. Discount for non-profits.Consortium or Service Provider: One lead organizationcoordinates membership and technical implementation withgroup participants. Fee based on number of organizations inthe group and benefit level. Discount for groups of 5 ormore.Nation: One lead organization coordinates membership andtechnical implementation with group participants. Fee basedon national GDP.How to joinhttp://orcid.org/about/membership18 June 2013 27
  28. 28. RepositoryTranscend institution-specific identitiesTranscend data silosTranscend manualmetadata entryTranscend name stringsfor search & browseCC-BY SA 3.0 Tore Sætre
  29. 29. datadryad.org•  Built on DSpace•  Hosts long-tail data supportingpublications in science & medicine•  Integrates manuscript & data submissionwith diverse journals, publishers•  Researchers from many differentinstitutions & countries18 June 2013 29
  30. 30. 18 June 2013 30Submit data Manuscript metadata Peer reviewReview passcode Acceptance notification CurationData DOI ProductionArticle metadata CurationArticlePublicationDatapublicationSubmit manuscript Prompt author Article DOI/final metadata harvested
  31. 31. How Dryad differs31Typical DSpace DryadCollections and Communities Data packages and Files7 step submission process 3 stepsIndependence of files Bundling of files duringsubmission & curationMetadata provided bydepositorMetadata provided by journalsNo idea of a publicationworkflowReview workflow, publicationblackout, embargoesHandles Branded HandlesDataCite DOIsStandard metadata Specialized metadataapplication profileDynamic page content Special static pages18 June 2013
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  35. 35. Dryad’s plans for ORCID iDs•  Not only use but expose ORCIDs•  Make benefits tangible to submitters•  Promote uptake of ORCIDs among contributors•  Associate ORCIDs with both•  Submitters•  Contributors•  Capture ORCIDs received from•  Publishers & CrossRef•  Authors•  Coauthors18 June 2013 35
  36. 36. Authentication•  Allow submitters to login via ORCID•  Support for OAuth•  Store external identifers with ePersons18 June 2013 36
  37. 37. Associate ORCIDs with items•  Associate ORCIDs with contributors•  Allow multiple identifier schemes at differentlevels•  ORCIDs, ISNIs, Scopus IDs, etc.•  Enable ORCID lookup upon submission•  Launch ORCID registration for bothauthors and coauthors•  Convey ORCIDs to DataCite18 June 2013 37
  38. 38. 18 June 2013 38Data author credit
  39. 39. 18 June 2013 39Data author credit
  40. 40. •  Initial plans at•  https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/~ryscher/ORCID+Integration•  Join the dryad-dev Google Group fordevelopers•  Twitter: @datadryad18 June 2013 40Your input needed
  41. 41. Questions from BramLaure•  What mechanisms are in place to prevent duplicate registration?•  Who should interact with ORCID, the library or the personnel system?•  Should we wait for national level adoption to integrate?•  Which membership is right for me?Todd•  What points of integration with DSpace: Direct or via other platforms?Store in item authority fields for relevant author/contributor metadata?Associate with DSpace user accounts?•  What kind of developments/enhancements are recommended for theDSpace community to make ORCID adoption easier for institutions?18 June 2013 orcid.org 41