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My slides from the session: "ResearcherID, Contributor ID, Scopus Author ID, etc. help to connect your scientific record. How do these tools connect to your online identity, and how can OpenID and ...

My slides from the session: "ResearcherID, Contributor ID, Scopus Author ID, etc. help to connect your scientific record. How do these tools connect to your online identity, and how can OpenID and other tools be integrated? How can we build an online reputation and when should we worry about our privacy?"

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Breakout 3: Author identity – Creating a new kind of reputation online Duncan Hull, Geoffrey Bilder, Michael Habib, Reynold Guida Breakout 3: Author identity – Creating a new kind of reputation online Duncan Hull, Geoffrey Bilder, Michael Habib, Reynold Guida Presentation Transcript

  • Validating Identity Claims and Content Science Online London – August 22, 2009 Michael C. Habib, MSLS Product Manager, Collaboration Tools [email_address]
  • Identity Matrix About Me Not About Me By Me Not By Me Matrix from ClaimID founders: http://claimid.com/
  • By Me, About Me About Me Not About Me By Me Not By Me LinkedIn Facebook Home Page
  • By Me, Not About Me About Me Not About Me By Me Not By Me LinkedIn Publications References Facebook Blog Home Page
  • Not By Me, About Me About Me Not About Me By Me Not By Me LinkedIn Publications Citations References Facebook Blog Trackback Home Page
  • Not By Me, Not About Me About Me Not About Me By Me Not By Me LinkedIn Home Page Publications Citations References Facebook Blog
    • Disambiguation
    • Same Name
    • Same Ideas
    Trackback
  • Distributed Institutional - Authority Files
    • Pros
    • Human-edited
    • Organizational responsibility
    • Tight standards
    • Validated by institution
    • Cons
    • Labor intensive, slow
    • Which organization?
    • Less flexible (Blogs, Comments…)
    • Impersonal
    • Opportunities
    • Librarians - Institutional Repositories
    • Publishers - Article Submission (EES)
    • Funding Agencies - NIH, EU, etc..
    • LC Authority Files
  • Distributed Author - ClaimID
    • Pros
    • Human-edited
    • Individual responsibility
    • Versatile
    • Personal
    • Cons
    • Labor intensive, limited participation
    • Loose standards, coverage
    • Light validation
    • Opportunities
    • OpenID
    • Professional Networks
    • (LinkedIn, Xing, etc.)
  • Aggregated Machine – Scopus Author ID
    • Pros
    • Automated
    • Scales – Complete
    • Validated by publications
    • 99% precision, 95% recall
    • Cons
    • Impersonal
    • 99% precision, 95% recall
    • Opportunities
    • Scopus Author ID
    http://www.scopus.com/search/form/authorFreeLookup.url
  • Aggregated Machine – Scopus Author ID
    • Pros
    • Automated
    • Scales – Complete
    • Validated by publications
    • 99% precision, 95% recall
    • Cons
    • Impersonal
    • 99% precision, 95% recall
    • Opportunities
    • Scopus Author ID
    http://www.scopus.com/search/form/authorFreeLookup.url + Distributed Author Control
  • Machine & Author – 2collab
  • Shared Responsibility
    • Claim Validation
    • Librarians
      • Institutional Repositories
    • Publishers
      • Article Submission (EES)
    • Funding Agencies
      • NIH, EU, etc.
    • A&I Databases
      • Scopus Author ID
    • User-Generated Content
      • OpenID
      • Professional Networks
      • (LinkedIn, Xing, etc.)
    • Content/Expertise Validation
    • Librarians
      • Institutional Affiliation
    • Publishers
      • Peer-Review
    • Funding Agencies
      • Awards
    • A&I Databases
      • Citations
    • User-Generated Content
      • Cross-Reference: A&I, Full-Text, Citation Count, etc.
      • Peer-comments, etc