ORCID Outreach Update May 2014

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  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCID to support adoption and integration at their institutions.
    Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCID to support adoption and integration at their institutions.
    Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCID to support adoption and integration at their institutions.
    Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCID to support adoption and integration at their institutions.
    Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • Each ambassador works within his or her own network to share information about ORCID, and ORCID ambassadors have been busy authoring blogs (four so far), tweeting (one Ambassador has sent more than 100 tweets about ORCID), presenting at conferences such as the Japan Library Fair and Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance, and incorporating information about ORCID into scholarly communications training resources such as http://guides.lib.umich.edu/ORCID to support adoption and integration at their institutions.
    Ambassadors are sharing information at conferences such as the Medical Library Association and are also volunteering to support ORCID outreach at events like the Society for Neuroscience and Modern Language Association national conferences. ORCID Ambassadors have access to a virtual toolkit and community in Basecamp, and they actively use this tool to seek advice and share updates.
  • ORCID Outreach Update May 2014

    1. 1. orcid.orgContact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA Outreach Update: Resources for Researchers and Integrating Organizations Outreach Meeting 21 May 2014 Chicago, Illinois, US Rebecca Bryant, PhD Director of Community, ORCID r.bryant@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881
    2. 2. The ORCID Community • Community-driven • Openly share information • Volunteer supported 27 May 2014 orcid.org 2
    3. 3. Supporting adoption & integration globally Resources for integrating institutions • User community discussion lists • Community-specific resources • Use cases • Resources for • User community discussion lists Resources to support researcher education • Slide decks • Handouts • Banners • Newsletter text • Translations 3
    4. 4. Resources for integrating organizations http://orcid.org/organizations
    5. 5. Resources to support organizations 27 May 2014 orcid.org 5
    6. 6. 27 May 2014 orcid.org 6 • Listserv • Relevant articles, presentations, & blogs • Support in navigating other resources
    7. 7. 27 May 2014 orcid.org 7 Use cases
    8. 8. Adoption & Integration Program • Repositories • U Missouri/@mire—Dspace/Mospace • Notre Dame—Hydra Plug-in • Purdue—HUBzero • Reactome—integration into international biological pathways knowledge center • Professional Societies • SfN—membership management • Researcher Information Systems • Boston University—Profiles • Cornell—VIVO • Multi-faceted integrations • Texas A&M—Vireo ETD workflow, record creation for grad students • U Colorado—FIS 8
    9. 9. Guide for record creation orcid.org 9 http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/321374- timeline-for-creating-orcid-ids-via-the-api
    10. 10. Resources to support outreach 10 http://orcid.org/about/community
    11. 11. Outreach resources in multiple languages 27 May 2014 orcid.org 11 • Catalan • Chinese • English • Greek • Russian • Spanish • Turkish • Ukrainian
    12. 12. ORCID Gear! 27 May 2014 orcid.org 12 http://www.cafepress.com/orcid
    13. 13. • Volunteers who support ORCID outreach activities • Researchers, faculty and administrators, librarians, and association and publishing professionals. • Organizations and individuals ORCID Ambassadors 13 • Trisha Adamus • Keita Bando • Lori Brown • Donna Gibson • Michael Habib • Stefan Kramer • Andy Mabbett • Kim Mears • Merle Rosenzweig • Adrian Stanley • Zheng (John) Wang Attending today: http://orcid.org/content/orcid- ambassadors-1
    14. 14. ORCID Ambassadors 14 80 Ambassadors from 27 countries
    15. 15. 27 May 2014 orcid.org Blogs 15
    16. 16. Tweets 16
    17. 17. Presentations, posters, & videos 17
    18. 18. Leadership for new integrations & encouraging adoption in their own organizations 18
    19. 19. Translations 19 • Registry translation and review • Korean • Japanese • Russian • Portuguese • Handouts
    20. 20. Help spread the word • Panels, presentations, & posters! • Translations • Listservs & newsletters • Use cases • Tweet, blog, & more • Display your ORCID iD • Word of mouth • Join us in Tokyo November 4 20
    21. 21. orcid.orgContact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA Outreach Update: Resources for Researchers and Integrating Organizations Outreach Meeting 21 May 2014 Chicago, Illinois, US Rebecca Bryant, PhD Director of Community, ORCID r.bryant@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881

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