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Academics: bring your own identity. Exploratory thoughts and a plug for the ORCID ecosystem.

Academics: bring your own identity. Exploratory thoughts and a plug for the ORCID ecosystem.
By Amber Thomas, head of Academic Technology Team at the University of Warwick UK. @ambrouk

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  • 1. bring your own identitybring your own identityexploratory thoughts(and a plug for the ORCID ecosystem)
  • 2. Context:From Jisc digital infrastructure to academic technologies at WarwickProblem Statement:What’s wrong with how things are?Potential Solutions:How can we address it?what I’ll talk aboutwhat I’ll talk about
  • 3. changes to the research landscapechanges to the research landscape• open access makes more papers are accessible• what counts as scholarship is broadening• more academics are using the web to spread theirresearch• some are even using it to do their research• increased pressure to provide evidence of reach, impactand engagement• Increasing number of “digital resident” behaviours• short term contracts and a transient workforce
  • 4. meanwhile in e-learning world …meanwhile in e-learning world …• e-learning experts often are researchers• research-led teaching blurs boundaries• teaching the researchers of tomorrow• digital literacies for staff and students• MOOCs promote the profile of academics who teach wellonline• Increasing number of “digital resident” behaviours• short term contracts and a transient workforce
  • 5. the result is …the result is …scholarly networkingresearchgateacademia.edumonitoring tools£££££topsydiigoyoutubegeneric social toolstwitterlinked-inscopusweb of sciencelibrary stuff n tinggoogle scholarCHAOSfigsharemendeleycool social scholarshippeerJ
  • 6. keeping track of the chaoskeeping track of the chaosNow re-key your entire professional life into this form,and put all your stuff in my awkwardly shaped bucket
  • 7. Researcher IDs are not a new ideaResearcher IDs are not a new idea2008…… but one who’s time has come?but one who’s time has come?
  • 8. The ORCID ecosystemThe ORCID ecosystemscopusweb of sciencelibrary stuff n tingscholarly networkingresearchgateacademia.edumonitoring tools£££££topsydiigoyoutubegeneric social toolstwitterlinked-inimpactstoryplumanalyticsORCIDgoogle scholarfigsharemendeleycool social scholarshippeerJ
  • 9. ORCIDORCID
  • 10. ORCID exampleORCID example
  • 11. impact storyimpact story
  • 12. impact story: formimpact story: form
  • 13. impact story: exampleimpact story: example
  • 14. imagining a better wayimagining a better wayNow re-key your entire professional life into this form,and put all your stuff in my awkwardly shaped bucketWhat’s your ORCID number?
  • 15. Context:From Jisc digital infrastructure to academic technologies at WarwickProblem Statement:What’s wrong with how things are?Potential Solutions:How can we address it?what I (hopefully) talked aboutwhat I (hopefully) talked about