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  • 1. Introductionhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/runesteiness/4983827599/ to ORCID and Author Identifiers Martin Fenner Department of Hematology, Hemostaseology, Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation
  • 2. Initiative started in December 2009 withBusiness, Technical and OutreachWorking Groups formed in early 2010.Launched as non-profit organization with aBoard of Directors in September 2010.Launch of service planned for 2012.
  • 3. ORCID Principleshttp://www.orcid.org/principles http://www.flickr.com/photos/kusamakura/2537145951/
  • 4. ORCID will work to support the creation ofa permanent, clear and unambiguousrecord of scholarly communication byenabling reliableattribution of authorsand contributors.➀
  • 5. Researcher Researcher Other Researcher Publication Data Other Other 01001001101010101011 10110010101010101010 Patents 10101010100101010100 10101010101010101010 Grants 10100000101111110101 Clinical Trials 01000101010100010010 01001001001010010010 … 00100100100100100100 10010100100111100100 Other ID Other ID ORCID CrossRef DOI DataCite DOI ??? Scholarly Record researchers scientific contributions Discovery Evaluation
  • 6. Discovery
  • 7. What other paperswere published by co-authors of this paper? Discovery
  • 8. What other papers What datasets werewere published by co- made available by thisauthors of this paper? research project? Discovery
  • 9. What other papers What datasets werewere published by co- made available by thisauthors of this paper? research project? Discovery What are the open access papers we published last year?
  • 10. What other papers What datasets werewere published by co- made available by thisauthors of this paper? research project? Discovery What are the open What papers about a access papers we particular topic were published last year? published in our country last year?
  • 11. Evaluation
  • 12. What is the scholarly record of this job applicant? Evaluation
  • 13. What is the scholarly What was the research record of this job output of our applicant? institution last year? Evaluation
  • 14. What is the scholarly What was the research record of this job output of our applicant? institution last year? Evaluation What papers werepublished as a result of our funding?
  • 15. What is the scholarly What was the research record of this job output of our applicant? institution last year? Evaluation What papers were How often were thepublished as a result of papers cited that we our funding? published?
  • 16. ORCID will transcend discipline,geographic, national and institutionalboundaries. ➁
  • 17. ? ORCID F67572010http://www.slideshare.net/hratner/orcid-update-aap-psp-annual-meeting-february-2011
  • 18. Participation in ORCID is open to anyorganization that has an interest in scholarlycommunications. ➂
  • 19. ORCID Participants by Country ORCID Participants by CountryUnited States 81United Kingdom 39Germany 17Australia 7Canada 5 197 Participants as of March 23, 2011Spain 5
  • 20. ORCID Participants by Organization Type Academic (36%) Other (3 %) Government (4 %)Assoc/Society (13%) Publisher (16%) Non−Profit (14%) Corporate (15%)
  • 21. Access to ORCID services will be based ontransparent and non-discriminatory termsposted on the ORCID website. ➃
  • 22. Researchers will be able to create, edit,and maintain an ORCID ID and profilefree of charge.Researchers will control the definedprivacy settings of their own ORCIDprofile data. ➄➅
  • 23. All profile data contributed to ORCID byresearchers or claimed by them will beavailable in standard formats for freedownload (subject to the researchers ownprivacy settings) that is updated once a yearand released under the CC0 waiver. ➆
  • 24. Would ORCID profile informationbe valuable if not free and open? n=120 n=119 n=45 circa circa circa NO POSSIBLY YESORCID Survey October 2010
  • 25. All software developed by ORCID will bepublicly released under an Open SourceSoftware license approved by the OpenSource Initiative.For the software it adopts, ORCID willprefer Open Source. ➇
  • 26. ORCID plans to license Researcher IDsoftware from Thomson ReutersFirst version would be based on thatsoftwareDisambiguation service would be addedas next stepNo decision yet when production systemwill be launched
  • 27. ORCID identifiers and profile data (subjectto privacy settings) will be made availablevia a combination of no charge and for afee APIs and services.Any fees will be set to ensure thesustainability of ORCID as a not-for-profit,charitable organization focused on the long-term persistence of the ORCID system. ➈
  • 28. Collected $245,000 from 44 organizationsin sponsorship drive December 2010 -March 2011Grant from Mellon Foundation to explorebusiness models for academic institutionsMarch - September 2011Membership fees planned for 2012Gap funding required to pay for startupdevelopment in 2011-2012
  • 29. ORCID will be governed by representativesfrom a broad cross-section of stakeholders,the majority of whom are not-for-profit, andwill strive for maximal transparency bypublicly posting summaries of all boardmeetings and annual financial reports. ➉
  • 30. Current Board of Directors
  • 31. This presentation can be copied and distributed provided that proper credit is given.