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Integrating ORCID, Funding, and Institutional Identifiers

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Presented at the "Twelfth Annual ARIES EMUG Users Group Meeting". …

Presented at the "Twelfth Annual ARIES EMUG Users Group Meeting".

The presentation embedded below provides an overview of ORCID researcher identifiers; their role in integrating systems for managing, evaluating, and tracking scholarly outputs; and the broader integration of researcher identifiers with publication, funder, and institutional identifiers.

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  • 1. orcid.orgContact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA Integrating ORCID, Funding, and Institutional Identifiers Twelfth Annual Editorial User Group Meeting (EMUG), June 2014 Laurel L. Haak, PhD Executive Director, ORCID L.Haak@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5109-3700 Micah Altman, PhD Director of Research, MIT Libraries Member of ORCID Board, escience@mit.edu http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7382-6960
  • 2. Then Integrating Researcher Identifiers into the Clarke, Beverly L. "Multiple authorship trends in scientific papers." Science 143.3608 (1964): 822-824. Then
  • 3. Now Integrating Researcher Identifiers into the Now
  • 4. Now is More Integrating Researcher Identifiers into the
  • 5. Change Happens • Authorship is changing • Authors are changing • Works are changing • Evaluation is changing 5 July 2014 orcid.org 5
  • 6. Multiple Names • J. Å. S. Sørensen • J. Aa. S. Sørensen • J. Å. S. Sorensen • J. Aa. S. Sorensen • J. Å. S. Soerensen • J. Aa. S. Soerensen • Jens Å. S. Sørensen • Jens Aa. S. Sørensen • Jens Å. S. Sorensen • Jens Aa. S. Sorensen • Jens Å. S. Soerensen • Jens Aa. S. Soerensen • J. Åge S. Sørensen • J. Aage S. Sørensen • J. Åge S. Sorensen • J. Aage S. Sorensen • J. Åge S. Soerensen • J. Aage S. Soerensen • Jens Åge S. Sørensen • Jens Aage S. Sørensen • Jens Åge S. Sorensen • Jens Aage S. Sorensen • Jens Åge S. Soerensen • Jens Aage S. Soerensen An illustrative example: Jens Åge Smærup Sørense • J. Åge Smærup Sørensen • J. Aage Smaerup Sørensen • J. Åge Smarup Sorensen • J. Aage Smarup Sorensen • J. Åge Smaerup Soerensen • J. Aage Smaerup Soerensen • Jens Åge Smærup Sørensen • Jens Aage Smaerup Sørensen • Jens Åge Smarup Sorensen • Jens Aage Smarup Sorensen • Jens Åge Smærup Soerensen • Jens Aage Smaerup Soerensen And on and on it goes …
  • 7. Common Names “Estimates by China's Ministry of Public Security suggest that more than 1.1 billion people — around 85% of China's population — share just 129 surnames. Problems with abbreviations, ordering of given names and surnames and inconsistent journal practices heighten the confusion.” http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080213/full/451766a.html 5 July 2014 orcid.org 7 http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf
  • 8. Name Changes 5 July 2014 orcid.org 8
  • 9. Multiple Disciplines 5 July 2014 9 Narcolepsy Hibernation Stanford Univ. 1988-1991 Circadian Rhythms Glutamate Receptors Stanford Univ. 1997-2006 Postdoc Policy AAAS 2001-2003 Calcium Sparks Neuron-Glial Signals Potassium Channels NIH 1997-2002 Science Workforce Women in Science Interdisciplinary Research NAS 2003-2007 Research Policy & Infrastructure Evaluation Metrics Discovery Logic 2007-2012 ????One person or many
  • 10. idea People Team Collaborations Trainees Affiliations Employer Professional Associations Education Funding Grants Contracts Seed Funding Coop Agreements Publications Journal Articles Books Patents Legal Briefs Algorithms Software Code Datasets Physical Objects Electronic Files Protein Structures Genetic SequencesImpacts Policy Legal Health Environment Education Product Development Spin Off Workforce Service Activities Peer Review Working Groups Leadership Positions Training and Mentoring Multiple Contribution Types
  • 11. What does ORCID do? ORCID provides a unique and persistent identifier that can be used throughout one’s career, across professional activities, affiliations, and languages More than a registry, ORCID iDs are integrated in standard workflows and embedded in works metadata so moving forward there is no more mess to clean up.5 July 2014 orcid.org 11
  • 12.  ORCID provides a free, non-proprietary registry of persistent unique identifiers for researchers, scholars, and analysts  ORCID iDs are embedded in research systems and ORCID provides APIs that enable the interoperable exchange of information between systems  ORCID code is open source and we support community efforts to develop tools and services  ORCID iDs link to other research information identifiers ORCID 5 July 2014 orcid.org 12  ORCID record data marked public by researchers is published annually
  • 13. 13 Other Identifiers Funders Higher Education and Employers Professional Associations Repositories Publishers ORCID is an identifier hub • ORCID connects researchers with their works (papers, grants, datasets, and more), organizations, and other identifiers • ORCID uses CASRAI definitions • ORCID data and APIs are open and enable exchange between research 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)
  • 14. ORCID is an information hub 5 July 2014 orcid.org 14  Biographical Data  Education Data (ISNI/Ringgold)  Employment Data (ISNI/Ringgold)  Works Data (DOI, ISBN, PubMedID  Funding Data (FundRef) Other iDs  (ISNI, Scopus Author ID, ResearcherID) Name Variations 
  • 15. Adoption and Integration 5 July 2014 orcid.org 15 ORCID has issued over 725,000 iDs since our launch in October 2012. Adoption 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
  • 16. Who is Integrating and How? 16 • 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
  • 17. AIP Publishing, AIRITI, Aries, Atlas, Cactus, Copernicus, EBSCO, Elsevier, EDP Sciences, eJournal Press, eLife, Epistemio, Flooved, Hindawi, Infra-M Academic Publishing, Jnl Bone and Joint Surgery, Karger, Landes Bioscience, National Academy of Sciences, Nature, Oxford University Press, Peerage of Science, PLOS, Rockefeller University Press, RNAi, ScienceOpen, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Wiley, Wolters Kluwer 1 2 3 4 17 Manuscript submission workflow
  • 18. 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, 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 Politécnica Madrid, Univ Washington
  • 19. Support by CRIS vendors 5 July 2014 orcid.org 19
  • 20. Repository Integration • DataCite • DSpace (UM) • ePrints (Bern) • EThOS (BL) • HUBzero (UND) • Hydra/Fedora (Purdue) • InSPIRE (CERN) • Vireo (TAMU) • Reactome More at http://orcid.org/blog/2014/03/10/orcid-repositories-and- researchers 20
  • 21. Third party tools: Metrics http://impactstory.org Now part of SUSHI protocol metadata for article-level metrics 5 July 2014 orcid.org 21 Use your ORCID iD to obtain usage metrics for your publications http://www.projectcounter.org/ documents/Pirus_cop_OCT20 13.pdf
  • 22. RINGOLD Integration • ORCID uses RINGOLD identifiers for institutions • Seamlessly integrated into UI , API, and registry metadata • ORCID records include source tags  strong validation of affiliation, and other information added by institution • Crosswalk to ISNI organizational identifiers is coming soon 22 More at http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/276884- organizations-in-orcid-ringgold-identifiers
  • 23. FundRef Integration • ORCID supports FundRef identifiers • Seamlessly integrated into UI , API, and registry metadata • Search and link wizards can push FundRef identifiers into ORCID with other information about each grant 23 More at http://orcid.org/blog/2014/02/19/link-your-orcid-record-your-funding
  • 24. ORCID is an independent non-profit organization supported by member fees We provide an open registry of unique identifiers for researchers, and APIs for the community to embed identifiers in research systems and workflows Data marked public by researchers is published annually by ORCID under a CC0 waiver ORCID code is available on our GitHub open source repository and we support community efforts to develop tools and services How do we do it? 5 July 2014 orcid.org 24
  • 25. • Find out more at http://orcid.org • More on membership at http://orcid.org/about/membership • Learn about tools to embed ORCID iDs at http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/ • Subscribe to our blog at http://orcid.org/about/news and follow @ORCID_Org on Twitter • Contact the ORCID Executive Director at l.haak@orcid.org 255 July 2014 orcid.org Thank you!

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