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ORCID as a Community Initiative (Miyairi)

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Presented by Nobuko Miyairi at ORCID's 2016 Indonesia workshop.

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ORCID as a Community Initiative (Miyairi)

  1. 1. ORCID AS A COMMUNITY INITIATIVE ORCID 2016 INDONESIA WORKSHOP BANDUNG, INDONESIA, 19 OCT 2016 NOBUKO MYAIRI Regional Director, Asia Pacific http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3229-5662 #ORCIDITB2016
  2. 2. COLLECT & CONNECT • Publishers and Repositories: COLLECT iDs for authors, contributors, and reviewers; PUBLISH iD with work, POST paper, dataset, review IDs; RECEIVE updates • Associations: COLLECT iDs for members, authors, and meeting participants; POST affiliation and presentation IDs; RECEIVE updates • Funders: COLLECT iDs at grant submission and review; PUBLISH with award; POST grant IDs researcher record; RECEIVE updates • Universities: COLLECT iDs for new staff and students, at thesis submission, in faculty profile systems; POST affiliation IDs; RECEIVE updates 2
  3. 3. ENTER ONCE, REUSE OFTEN
  4. 4. ORCID MEMBERS IN APAC • Australia 44 (consortium:40) • New Zealand 35 (consortium) • Japan 9 • Taiwan 8 (consortium: 5) • Hong Kong 7 • China 3 • Korea 2 • India 1 • Malaysia 1 • Sri Lanka 1 • Singapore 1
  5. 5. China 105,417 Japan 43,828 India 41,261 South Korea 28,534 Taiwan 16,090 Hong Kong 8,765 Malaysia 11,110 Singapore 6,067 Indonesia 4,838 ID COUNTS IN APAC
  6. 6. AUTHENTICATION? 6 Use an authenticated API to collect iD (username & password) to ensure the person and the iD belong together, the iD is correct (no typos), and that privacy is respected. For more info on membership, visit http://orcid.org/about/membership
  7. 7. PUBLIC AND MEMBER APIS 7 API Features Public API Freely available to anyone • Sandbox test environment freely available • Create: Facilitate creation of new ORCID records (via on-demand process) • Authenticate: Get a user’s authenticated ORCID iD • Read (Public): Search/retrieve public data • No personalized support Member API ORCID member organizations All of above, and: • Read (Limited): Search/retrieve “limited-access” data • Add: Post new items to a record • Update: Edit or delete items you previously added • Personalized support, member newsletter, etc.
  8. 8. MEMBERSHIP FEES Type Annual fee Basic $5,000 API x 1 Non-profit = 20% discount Start-up = 75% discount Premium Small: $10,000 Large: $25,000 API x 5 Non-profit = 20% discount Start-up = 75% discount Consortium 5-9 org: $6,000 each 10-19 org: $5,000 each 20-29 org: $4,000 each 30-99 org: $135,000 total 100-250 org: $200,000 total API x 5 per org Lead organization should: • Handle a single invoice • Provide centralized support channel Org must be non-profit 8 http://orcid.org/about/membership
  9. 9. 9 Slide created by Natasha Simons, ANDS
  10. 10. orcid.org 10 CAUDIT (Council of Australian University Directors of Information Technology) CAUL (Council of Australian University Librarians) AAF (Australian Access Federation) ARMS (Australasian Research Management Society) ANDS (Australian National Data Service) ARC (Australian Research Council) NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) Universities Australia
  11. 11. 11 Slide created by Natasha Simons, ANDS
  12. 12. 12 Slide created by Natasha Simons, ANDS
  13. 13. The lead organization consolidates the support for consortium members for timely support & local knowledge/experiences • 13
  14. 14. NZ JOINT STATEMENT New Zealand is joining the wave of countries to support and adopt ORCID. On July 26 New Zealand's peak bodies representing the scientific and research community, along with funding agencies, released a joint statement of principle supporting the adoption and use of ORCID identifiers across the research and science system. 14 http://orcid.org/blog/2016/08/17/orcid-new-zealand-update
  15. 15. It’s a community effort!
  16. 16. WE NEED YOU TO HELP! • Researchers can save time if the organizations they interact with become ORCID members, connect iDs and their publications, funding, and other research activity records • They need support from their affiliated organizations to understand • What is ORCID • Why use ORCID • How to make it easy and spend LESS time on admin process, and MORE on research activities 16
  17. 17. Group of volunteers help spread the word for ORCID! • Australia 2 • China 1 • Hong Kong 1 • India 2 • Indonesia 2 • Japan 1 • Malaysia 1 • Philippines 1 • Singapore 2 17 ORCID AMBASSADORS
  18. 18. 18 THANKS! Nobuko Miyairi ORCID Regional Director, Asia Pacific n.miyairi@orcid.org

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