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Executive Director briefing at ORCID Outreach meeting, May 21, 2014, Chicago, IL USA

Executive Director briefing at ORCID Outreach meeting, May 21, 2014, Chicago, IL USA

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    • orcid.orgContact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA ORCID Status and Plans ORCID Outreach Meeting, 21 May 2014 Laurel L. Haak, PhD Executive Director, ORCID L.Haak@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5109-3700
    • Addressing Name Ambiguity J. Å. S. Sørensen J. Aa. S. Sørensen J. Åge S. Sørensen J. Aage S. Sørensen J. Åge Smærup Sørensen J. Aage Smaerup Sørensen http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf “We want to use ORCIDs to simplify the life of Oxford’s researchers for working with institutional systems and publishers’ systems by re-using already available information for publication data management and reporting. The motto is: Input once – re-use often.” Wolfram Horstmann, Assoc. Director, Bodleian Libraries, Univ Oxford http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8673-6104 “AGU is implementing ORCIDs in our member records, editorial databases, and papers. Having the ability to uniquely identify scientists helps the society, editors, authors, and members in many ways, from improving efficiency to providing services and support.” Brooks Hanson, Dir Publications, American Geophysical Union http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6230-7145
    • Wellcome Trust OA Study “No naming authority was imposed on the file, so entities have a variety of names. For instance, the American Chemical Society is referred to in a number of ways — ACS, ACS Publications, American Chemical Society, and The American Chemical Society, among others. PLOS ONE is listed in a similar variety of ways, as are most of the publishers and journals with multiple entries…..By allowing authors to freestyle the name of the payee, we are creating a very loose data source for analysis.” http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2014/03/21/wellcome-money-in-this-example-of-open- access-funding-the-matthew-effect-dominates/ ..for more than people
    • Interoperability requires agreement and use of shared standards and ability to resolve data entities for persons, places, and content Disconnected Data 25 May 2014 orcid.org 4
    • 5 Other Identifiers Funders Higher Education and Employers Professional Associations Repositories Publishers ORCID is a hub ORCID connects researchers with their works (papers, grants, datasets, and more), organizations, and other identifiers ORCID APIs enable exchange between research data systems ISNI Researcher ID Scopus Author ID Internal identifiers FundRef GrantID ISNI Ringgold ID Member ID Abstract ID DOI ISBN Thesis ID DOI (accept many more)
    • • CASRAI provides harmonized terminology & object definitions for research management entities such as persons, projects, etc. • CERIF provides data format for storage & exchange • Organizations including ORCID, ISNI, Ringgold, CrossRef, DataCite provide persistent identifiers for people, places, and content Shared Standards 25 May 2014 orcid.org 6
    • What are standard identifiers? • Numeric or alpha-numeric persistent designations associated with a single entity • Entities can be an institution, person, or piece of content
    • …and what do they do, exactly? Disambiguate and enforce uniqueness Enable linking and data integration In other words, identifiers provide a simple basis for data governance
    • Adoption and Integration 25 May 2014 orcid.org 9 ORCID has issued over 700,000 iDs since our launch in October 2012. Integration and use is international. EMEA 35% America s 50% AsiaPac 15% Over 130 members, from every sector of the international research community Publishing 25% Univ & Research Org 41% Funders 7% Associations 15% Repos and Profile Sys 12% - 100,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 500,000 600,000 700,000 800,000 Creator Website Trusted Party
    • Broad international usage • 50 countries >10,000 unique visitors • 91 countries >1,000 unique visitors • Registry supports multiple character sets • Content in Spanish, French, English, Chinese, and Korean (adding Portuguese, Japanese, and Russian in 2014) 25 May 2014 10orcid.org Country Sessions % USA 552956 16% China 339994 10% India 195203 6% Portugal 188492 5% UK 187704 5% Spain 158594 5% Italy 124642 4% Brazil 119004 3% Germany 117618 3% Japan 103341 3% France 88213 3% Australia 88090 3% Canada 73997 2% Iran 67749 2% Russia 66830 2% South Korea 66321 2% Turkey 56693 2% Vietnam 48241 1% Taiwan 47127 1% Sweden 46469 1% Malaysia 46431 1% Netherlands 44577 1% Egypt 38354 1% Poland 32941 1% Mexico 31522 1% Switzerland 31100 1% Saudi Arabia 23468 1% Belgium 22980 1% Greece 21861 1% Ukraine 20609 1%
    • Who is Integrating and How? 11 • Research Funders • Professional Associations • Publishers • Universities and Research Orgs • Repositories, CRIS, Metrics Sites For a list of organizations and integrations see http://orcid.org/organizations/integrators
    • 12 “Where possible, it is also recommended that contributors be uniquely identifiable, and data uniquely attributable, through identifiers which are persistent, non- proprietary, open and interoperable (e.g. through leveraging existing sustainable initiatives such as ORCID for contributor identifiers and DataCite for data identifiers).” European Commission H2020 Grantee Guidelines http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h202 0/grants_manual/hi/oa_pilot/h2020-hi-oa-pilot- guide_en.pdf http://biomedicalresearchworkforce.nih.gov/tracking-system.htm#d Funding policy “Greater precision and transparency of the research outputs linked to a particular funder or grant is vital to help us better understand the impact of our funding.” Liz Allen, Head of Evaluation, Wellcome Trust http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9298-3168
    • Adoption in Portugal 25 May 2014 orcid.org 13 12/2/13, 1866 12/2/13, 12010 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 Oct-12 Jan-13 Apr-13 Aug-13 Nov-13 Feb-14 iDs created with .pt email domain Weekly total Running total FCT requires grantees to register http://grandirblog.blogspot.se/2014/02/building-pioneering-functionality.htm Autism Speaks, US Department of Energy, US Food and Drug Administration, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Qatar National Research Foundation, US National Institutes of Health, UK National Institute of Health Research, Wellcome Trust
    • Grant applications: Wellcome Trust Add your ORCID identifier during the grant application process Wellcome Trust has integrated ORCID iDs into its eGrants application system.
    • “AGU is implementing ORCIDs in our member records, editorial databases, and papers. Having the ability to uniquely identify scientists helps the society, editors, authors, and members in many ways, from improving efficiency to providing services and support.” Brooks Hanson, Director of Publications, American Geophysical Union http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6230-7145 25 May 2014 orcid.org 15 Professional associations
    • Embedding iD in publication 25 May 2014 orcid.org 16
    • “We want to use ORCIDs to simplify the life of Oxford’s researchers for working with institutional systems and publishers’ systems by re-using already available information for publication data management and reporting. The motto is: Input once – re-use often.” Wolfram Horstmann, Assoc. Director, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8673-6104 25 May 2014 orcid.org 17 Universities
    • How are Universities Integrating? 18 For more on university integrators see http://orcid.org/organizations/researchorgan izations • Get an ORCID iD and insert it in LDAP system, CRIS, dissertation thesis, or directory • Get Data from an ORCID Record and export into a CRIS or update a repository • Enable import of CRIS data into an ORCID Record • Link to identifiers in your system • Create an iD for your faculty, staff, and students and pre-populate with affiliation and works information Boston Univ, Brunel, CalTech, Cambridge Univ, Chalmers Univ Tech, Charles Darwin Univ, Chinese Academy of Sciences Library, CERN, Cornell Univ, EMBL (EBI), FHCRC, Glasgow Univ, Harvard Univ, IFPRI, Karolinska Inst, KACST, KISTI, Consorcio Madroño, Forschungszentrum Jülich, MIT, MSKCC, National Institute of Informatics, National Taiwan Univ College of Medicine, National Taiwan Normal Univ, NYU Langone Medical Center, Oxford University, Penn State, Purdue Univ, Riga Technical Univ, SUNY-Stonybrook, Stockholm Univ, Texas A&M Univ, Univ Bern, Univ. Cadiz, Univ Carlos III de Madrid, Univ Oviedo, Univ Zaragoza, Univ College London, Univ Colorado, Univ Hong Kong, Univ Kansas, Univ Manchester, Univ Michigan, Univ Missouri, Univ New South Wales, Univ Politécnica Madrid,
    • • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation award supports ORCID implementation by US universities and professional associations http://orcid.org/content/adoption-and- integration-program • Jisc and ARMA launching ORCID pilot program for UK Higher Education Institutions; awardees to be announced in May. http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/funding_calls/201 4/03/orcid.aspx University Workflows 25 May 2014 19
    • Repository Integration • DataCite • DSpace (UMissouri) • ePrints (UBern) • EThOS (British Library) • HUBzero (U Notre Dame) • Hydra/Fedora (Purdue) • InSPIRE (CERN) • Vireo (TAMU) • Reactome More at http://orcid.org/blog/2014/03/10/orcid- repositories-and-researchers 20
    • Support by CRIS vendors 25 May 2014 orcid.org 21
    • To date, over 18,000 records have been created by univerities on behalf of their researchers. The claim rate is ~36%. ORCID is a researcher-driven tool. Researchers must use the identifier as they publish/apply/upload/onboard for prospective disambiguation to be realized. When creating records, we need to think carefully about how to engage researchers and ensure they take ownership of and use their ORCID iD. It may be that facilitating record creation and then providing linking tools will be more effective than a bulk create process.25 May 2014 orcid.org 22 Bulk record creation
    • 25 May 2014 orcid.org 23
    • New Features in 2014 24 ✔Funding ✔New languages ✔New search and link wizards Continuing to harmonize metadata Third-party assertions Account delegates Grouping works Public SSO API To keep up-to-date on ORCID features, subscribe to our newsletter at http://orcid.org/about/news or follow us on twitter @ORCID_Org
    • 2525 May 2014 orcid.org Thank you!