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The	
  ARC	
  and	
  ORCID	
  
16 February 2016
Professor Aidan Byrne
Australian Research Council
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Outline	
  
• ARC & NHMRC joint statement
• Benefits of ORCID
• What th...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
ARC & NHMRC Joint Statement 2015	
  
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Benefits of ORCID	
  
•  Deduplication of data and disambiguation of
re...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
The ARC’s role	
  
•  Continue to act on its commitment to the benefits...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
ARC activities and implementation	
  
•  ARC & NHMRC joint statement (A...
ARC	
  NCGP	
  %	
  funding	
  by	
  ins9tu9on	
  2008-­‐2015	
  
0%	
  
10%	
  
20%	
  
30%	
  
40%	
  
50%	
  
60%	
  
7...
Na9onal	
  Compe99ve	
  Grants	
  Programme	
  
Discovery  Programmes
 Linkage  Programmes  
	
  Laureate	
  
Fellowships	...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Understanding	
  what	
  we	
  are	
  doing!	
  
•  Discipline map for
...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Benefits of ORCID for research	
  
•  There are exciting
publications d...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Benefits of ORCID at the ARC
•  ORCID information could potentially be ...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
ERA	
  2015:	
  Outcomes	
  
ERA	
  2015	
  results	
  are	
  available...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
ERA	
  2012	
  to	
  ERA	
  2015	
  Growth	
  
There	
  was	
  	
  stea...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Measuring	
  Impact	
  
•  In 2016 the ARC will work with the higher
ed...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Universi9es	
  are	
  mul9-­‐dimensional	
  	
  
We	
  need	
  a	
  be_...
Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au
Thank	
  you	
  
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Opening Comments - The ARC and ORCID (A. Byrne)

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Opening presentation at the 2016 February ORCID Outreach Meeting in Canberra, Australia (15-16 February 2016)

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Opening Comments - The ARC and ORCID (A. Byrne)

  1. 1. The  ARC  and  ORCID   16 February 2016 Professor Aidan Byrne Australian Research Council
  2. 2. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Outline   • ARC & NHMRC joint statement • Benefits of ORCID • What the ARC is doing • Engagement and Impact Flying  Duck  Orchid   Mt  Jerrabomberra  2015      APB  
  3. 3. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au ARC & NHMRC Joint Statement 2015  
  4. 4. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Benefits of ORCID   •  Deduplication of data and disambiguation of researchers and research outputs •  Linking and reuse of high quality, persistent data •  Streamline research processes and collaboration •  Contribute to enhancing the nation’s research profile through improved visibility and discoverability of research outputs and impacts
  5. 5. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au The ARC’s role   •  Continue to act on its commitment to the benefits ORCID presents to the Australian research system •  Work collaboratively with the sector, other government agencies and ORCID on implementation and policy development •  Support and reinforce shared purpose and achievement of mutual outcomes from ORCID
  6. 6. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au ARC activities and implementation   •  ARC & NHMRC joint statement (Apr 2015) •  Actively involved with the ORCID Working Group •  Australian ORCID Consortium member •  Authenticated ORCID identifiers collected in application process for all funding schemes, beginning with Discovery Projects (Dec 2015) •  Continuing work to integrate and utilise ORCID within RMS and other ARC processes
  7. 7. ARC  NCGP  %  funding  by  ins9tu9on  2008-­‐2015   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%   100%   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013   2014   2015   Others Charles Sturt University University of Canberra Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation University of South Australia Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Australia University of Western Sydney La Trobe University Swinburne University of Technology Deakin University RMIT University The Flinders University of South Australia University of Technology, Sydney Curtin University of Technology Griffith University The University of Newcastle Queensland University of Technology University of Wollongong National ICT Australia Macquarie University University of Tasmania James Cook University The University of Adelaide The University of Western Australia The University of Sydney The Australian National University The University of New South Wales Monash University The University of Melbourne The University of Queensland IRU   ATN   Go8   Unaligned  unis   &  others  
  8. 8. Na9onal  Compe99ve  Grants  Programme   Discovery  Programmes Linkage  Programmes    Laureate   Fellowships   Future   Fellowships   DECRA   Discovery  Projects   Centres  of   Excellence   SRIs   ITRP   Linkage   Projects   Other Fellowships Area of box represents $$ funded over the period 2011-2015. N.B. - Centres of Excellence, SRIs, not awarded in every year. - ITRP & DECRA only funding since 2012 LIEF  Other Linkage
  9. 9. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Understanding  what  we  are  doing!   •  Discipline map for Discovery Projects
  10. 10. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Benefits of ORCID for research   •  There are exciting publications data that can’t be analysed until solutions to disambiguate authors are found. •  Too many Smiths! Image  shows  a   network  of   authorship  –  but   there  are  currently   too  many   ambiguiUes  for  it  to   be  used.    
  11. 11. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Benefits of ORCID at the ARC •  ORCID information could potentially be used by the ARC for: •  reporting: reduction of burden •  streamlining applications: “Harvest and review” •  compliance checks for claims made in grant proposals (authorship of research outputs, qualifications, employment, collaborations etc.) •  assessor selection and matching •  conflict of interest processes (RMS look up of information in ORCID for publications listed in proposals in order to identify those on that application not to be used as Assessors). •  •  • 
  12. 12. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au ERA  2015:  Outcomes   ERA  2015  results  are  available  in:  State  of  Australian   University  Research  2015-­‐2016  ,  Volume  1,  ERA   Na@onal  Report.*   ERA  2015  outcomes  show  Australia’s  universiUes   conUnue  to  produce  high-­‐quality  research  across  a   wide  range  of  disciplines.       Overall  research  quality  is  improving  and  reflects  ERA’s   role  in  focussing  universiUes  on  research  quality.       Of  the  UoEs  assessed  in  both  ERA  2015  and  the   previous  round,  ERA  2012,  56  per  cent  of  these   maintained  the  same  raUng,  while  29  per  cent   improved  their  raUng  by  one.       The  ERA  results  show  an  extraordinary  breadth  of   outstanding  research  performance  in  Australia.     *Available  at:  www.arc.gov.au.          
  13. 13. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au ERA  2012  to  ERA  2015  Growth   There  was    steady  growth  in  Australia’s  university  research  acUvity   between  the  ERA  2012  and  ERA  2015  rounds,  including  increases  in:     •  the  total  number  of  assessed  UoEs,  up  6%  to  2460   •  the  number  of  research  outputs  submi_ed,  up  5%  to  432,747   •  the  number  of  research  staff  submi_ed,  up  11%  to  67,579   •  total  number  of  patents,  up  20%  to  936.   No. of outputs +5% Total HERDC income (Cat 1-4) +13% Number of Research Staff +11% Esteem +10% No. Of patents +20% No. of units of evaluation +6%
  14. 14. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Measuring  Impact   •  In 2016 the ARC will work with the higher education research sector, industry and other end- users of research to develop quantitative and qualitative measures of impact and engagement. •  A pilot assessment will take place in 2017. The ARC will conduct a full assessment in 2018 as a companion to ERA
  15. 15. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Universi9es  are  mul9-­‐dimensional     We  need  a  be_er   and  more   complete   descripUon  of   acUvity.     Engagement  
  16. 16. Web: arc.gov.au I Email: Communications@arc.gov.au Thank  you  

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