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ORCID Adoption & Integration in DSpace


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ORCID identifiers in repositories

The ORCID identifier has been incorporated into numerous repository platforms. This session will offer a discussion of integration points, policy issues, data flow between systems, researcher participation, discovered opportunities, and demonstrations by universities, research organizations, and vendors.

Moderator: Salvatore Mele, Head of Open Access at CERN


Robin Haw, Scientific Associate and Reactome Outreach Coordinator, Department of Informatics and Bio-computing, OICR
Rick Johnson, Co-Program Director, Digital Library Initiatives and Scholarship E-Research and Digital Initiatives, Notre Dame University
Ann Campion Riley, Associate Director for Access, Collections and Technical Services, University of Missouri Library
Sarah Shreeves, Coordinator, Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS), University Library. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Witt, Head, Distributed Data Curation Center, Purdue University

Published in: Technology, Education
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ORCID Adoption & Integration in DSpace

  1. 1. ORCID Adoption and Integration in DSpace University of Missouri - @mire
  2. 2. OVERVIEW 1. Integration with ORCID API 2. Data consistency and Performance 3. Assignment of ORCID in CSV Batch Deposit 4. ORCID lookup during submission 5. ORCID lookup administrative Item Edit 6. Contribution to the DSpace community 7. Deployment at your institution 8. Possible next steps
  3. 3. 0. INTRODUCTION • ORCID in DSpace • Focus on ingestion • Manual item submission • Batch item submission • Using Authority Control • ORCID in dissemination • Future development
  4. 4. 1. INTEGRATION WITH ORCID API • In DSpace, a facade has been implemented that presents ORCID’s public search and retrieve APIs in a similar way as native DSpace objects. • Results in objects that hide the details about searching and retrieving from ORCID • Allow ORCID data to be used in the same way local DSpace data is accessed.
  5. 5. 2. DATA CONSISTENCY AND PERFORMANCE • Subset of ORCID biography metadata will be replicated into a local store and indexed for local lookup of the ORCID metadata in DSpace. • This store will be further referred to as the DSpace Authority Cache.
  7. 7. 2. DATA CONSISTENCY AND PERFORMANCE: DSPACE AUTHORITY CACHE <doc> <arr name="all_labels"> <str> BioExternalIdentifier{id_orcid='0000-0002-5982-8983', id_common_name='Scopus Author ID', id_reference='7006121728', id_url=' authorID=7006121728&amp;partnerID=MN8TOARS'} </str> </arr> <str name="field">dc_contributor_author</str> <str name="value">Wagstaff, Adam</str> <str name="first_name">Adam</str> <str name="last_name">Wagstaff</str> <str name="id">e514b530-0f23-4f3e-8a8c-9c2e0ee09278</str> <str name="orcid_id">0000-0003-4442-5070</str> <date name="last-modified-date">2014-04-03T10:48:26.938Z</date> <arr name="label_external_identifier"> <str> BioExternalIdentifier{ id_orcid='0000-0002-5982-8983', id_common_name='Scopus Author ID', id_reference='7006121728', id_url=' authorID=7006121728&amp;partnerID=MN8TOARS'} </str> </arr> </doc>
  8. 8. 2. DATA CONSISTENCY AND PERFORMANCE: DSPACE AUTHORITY CACHE Authority control cache is linked to the DSpace item metadata in METS. <mets:xmlData> <dim:dim dspaceType="ITEM"> <dim:field authority="e514b530-0f23-4f3e-8a8c-9c2e0ee09278" element="contributor" qualifier="author" confidence="ACCEPTED" mdschema="dc">Wagstaff, Adam </dim:field> <dim:field element="title" language="en_US" mdschema="dc">A publication</dim:field> ... </dim:dim> </mets:xmlData>
  9. 9. 3. ASSIGNMENT OF ORCID IN CSV BATCH DEPOSIT • GOAL: • Repository Administrators should be able to add ORCID IDs as part of the DSpace CSV Batch Deposit process. • DSpace CSV Batch Deposit tool has been extended to allow addition of ORCID identifiers in a new column.
  10. 10. 3. ASSIGNMENT OF ORCID IN CSV BATCH DEPOSIT Add ORCID identifier to spreadsheet for batch deposit of metadata into DSpace: “” Non-ORCID authors can still be imported: “” CSV spreadsheet
  11. 11. 3. ASSIGNMENT OF ORCID IN CSV BATCH DEPOSIT ORCID authors are retrieved automatically, and the author’s name is displayed in DSpace
  12. 12. 4. ORCID LOOKUP DURING SUBMISSION • GOAL: • To lower the threshold for ORCID adoption,  IDs should be easy to include in metadata by non technical users during the submission of a new item. • To add an author, the submitter will be able to click a “Lookup” button, to perform a live search in ORCID.
  13. 13. 4. ORCID LOOKUP DURING SUBMISSION • Should be easy to differentiate between: • ORCID authors that have already been associated with other items in the repository • and ORCID authors that have not been associated with an item in the repository.
  14. 14. Indicates that author is in DSpace Authority control
  15. 15. Authors in red are in DSpace Authority Control Authors in black are NOT in DSpace Authority Control
  16. 16. 5. ORCID LOOKUP ADMINISTRATIVE ITEM EDIT • GOAL: • To be able to edit and/or add ORCID identifier after item is submitted to DSpace • “Edit item” page shows DSpace Authority Control ID • ORCID lookup functionality has been integrated in “Edit item” page
  17. 17. DSpace Authority Control ID
  18. 18. 6. CONTRIBUTION TO THE DSPACE COMMUNITY • To be release in DSpace 5 • Scheduled for Fall 2014 • Patches for earlier DSpace 4.x and 3.x: • will be made available for download on
  19. 19. 7. DEPLOYMENT AT YOUR INSTITUTION • Add your local staff identifiers • Local storage is solr based, and the schema can easily store any local staff identifiers as well. • A single author object is created per person. This object is uniquely identified. • Each person can have an ORCID id, as well as a local staff id.
  20. 20. 8. POSSIBLE NEXT STEPS • Display ORCID identifier on item pages • Link to author ORCID profile • Add ORCID identifiers to Google Scholar <meta> tags • UI to manage DSpace Authority Control