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Ellen Cole's presentation from the ORCID and Casrai joint conference, Barcelona, May 2015

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Embedding ORCID across researcher career paths

  1. 1. Embedding ORCID across researcher career paths A Jisc-ARMA Pilot Project at Northumbria University
  2. 2. A research-rich, business-focused, professional university with a global reputation for academic excellence…between 2013 and 2018 we will: • Build global reputation, market position and revenue streams • Grow high quality research and use it to drive excellence in all of our activities • Maximise student and stakeholder satisfaction • Strengthen operational efficiency and effectiveness, and foster a culture of continuous improvement Northumbria University
  3. 3. Approach to ORCID – first steps
  4. 4. Approach to ORCID - endorsement
  5. 5. Northumbria Research Conference
  6. 6. Embedding ORCID across researcher career paths (Jisc-ARMA ORCID pilot project) “This project provides an opportunity to explore broader implementation of ORCID at different stages of researcher career paths and throughout the research cycle via a multi- stakeholder partnership across the institution.”
  7. 7. Higher Education Statistics Agency New HESA field for 2014/15: ORCID identifier: “Providers are encouraged to return the ORCID identifier for students on research programmes” How to capture this for annual HESA return? Online enrolment an option, but too early?
  8. 8. PGR Progression (FT example) • Online enrolment • Faculty induction and University induction with Library presentersEnrolment and Induction • Formal monthly record of progress, including meeting with Supervisor • Meet with whole team minimum every 6 monthsMonthly Supervision • Month 3: Approval of project plan, ethics status, resources, Professional Development Training PlanProject Approval • Month 10, 22: Update on all aspects covered above • Continuing online enrolment in month 12 and 24Annual Progression 1&2 • Month 30: Check if ready or not • If not ready, final extra Annual Progression submitted month 34Submission Readiness • Month 33: Exam team nominatedExaminer Nomination • Month 36: Thesis submitted • Viva takes place by month 38Thesis Submission
  9. 9. Professional Development and Research Training Plan
  10. 10. Student Records System SITS/e-Vision Development Project Conception / Improvement Design Development TestingPilot Implement SupportAcademic / Student resistance Non- standard processes Niche area MI reporting / audit Limited resource
  11. 11. Library support for ORCID
  12. 12. Next steps at Northumbria Continuing to promote and support ORCID as part of our regular programmes of research skills training and development. Using our membership to make sign-up more streamlined for users and to capture identifiers more effectively.
  13. 13. Ellen Cole Scholarly Publications Librarian http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1293-2599 ellen.s.cole@northumbria.ac.uk Tim Baxter Graduate School Manager tim.baxter@northumbria.ac.uk Thanks for listening

Ellen Cole's presentation from the ORCID and Casrai joint conference, Barcelona, May 2015

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