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Poster presented 5/4/14 at the Council of Science Editors annual meeting, San Antonio, TX, USA. http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/

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Poster: Connecting Researchers with their Research Through Community Adoption of ORCID

  1. 1. POSTER TEMPLATE BY: www.PosterPresentations.com Publishing 29% Universities & Research Orgs 35% Funders 7% Associations 16% Repositories & Profile Sys 13% Connec&ng  Researchers  with  their  Research                Through  Community  Adop&on  of  ORCID                    Laurel  L.  Haak  and  Rebecca  Bryant,  ORCID   hDp://orcid.org/0000-­‐0001-­‐5109-­‐3700      hDp://orcid.org/0000-­‐0002-­‐2753-­‐3881     Researchers  and  scholars  want  to     ü Minimize  the  *me  spent  in  repe&&ve  data  entry   ü Eliminate  name  ambiguity,    to  dis&nguish   themselves    from  other  researchers  and  ensure   proper  aDribu&on   ü Ensure  all  of  their  contribu*ons  are  discoverable   ü Connect  themselves  to  their  works  &   organiza&on(s)  across  research/author/grantee   profiles  in  mul&ple  systems   orcid.org Funding     Orgs   Other   Research   Iden&fiers   Research  &   Scholarly   Socie&es   Publishers  /   Manuscript   Submission   Systems   Repositories   &  more     Universi&es   &  Research   Ins&tu&ons   Universi&es  and  research  organiza&ons,   funders,  publishers,  professional  associa&ons,   and  vendors  are    embedding  ORCID  iDs  in  their   processes  and  systems,  including  research   informa&on  management  systems,  faculty   profile  systems,  manuscript  submission   processes,  personnel  systems,  grant   applica&ons,  publica&on  and  data  repositories,   theses  and  disserta&on  comple&on  workflows,   and  access  management  systems.     ORCID  code  is  available  on  our  GitHub  open   source  repository  and  we  support  community   efforts  to  develop  tools  and  services.     ORCID  works  collabora&vely  with  the  research   community  to  ensure  use  and  adop&on  of   research  informa&on  exchange  standards.  -­‐          100,000      200,000      300,000      400,000      500,000      600,000      700,000     Oct   Nov   Dec   Jan   Feb   Mar   Apr   May   Jun   Jul   Aug   Sep   Oct   Nov   Dec   Jan   Feb   Mar   Creator   Website   Trusted  Party   ORCID  has  issued  over   675,000  iDs  since  our  launch   in  October  2012.       Integra&on  and  use  is   interna&onal.   • 50  countries  >10,000  unique  visitors   • Registry  supports  mul&ple  character  sets   • Content  in  Spanish,  French,  English,  and  Chinese,  Korean  (adding   Portuguese,  Japanese,  and  Russian  in  2014)   •  Iden&fy  Authors   •  Simplify  Manuscript  Submission   •  Improve  and  Enhance  Author  Search   •  Research  Reviewers   •  Acknowledge  Peer  Reviewers   •  Link  Authors,  Reviewers,  Members,  and  Mee&ng  Par&cipants   Publishing  Members:  AIP  Publishing,  AIRITI,  Aries,  Atlas,  Cactus,  Copernicus,   EBSCO,  Elsevier,  EDP  Sciences,  eJournal  Press,  eLife,  Epistemio,  Flooved,   Hindawi,  Infra-­‐M  Academic  Publishing,  Jnl  Bone  and  Joint  Surgery,  Karger,   Landes  Bioscience,  Na&onal  Academy  of  Sciences,  Nature,  Oxford  University   Press,  Peerage  of  Science,  PLOS,  RNAi,  ScienceOpen,  Springer,  Taylor  &  Francis,   Wiley,  Wolters  Kluwer   Associa*on  Members:  American  Astronomical  Soc,  American  Chemical  Soc,   ACSESS,  AAAS,  American  Geophysical  Union,  American  Mathema&cal  Soc,   American  Psychological  Assn,  American  Physical  Soc,  American  Soc   Microbiology,  American  Soc  Civil  Engineers,  Assn  Compu&ng  Machinery,   Electrochemical  Society,  IEEE,  IOP,  Modern  Language  Assn,  OSA,  Royal  Soc   Chemistry,  Soc  Neuroscience     Suggested  Prac&ces  for  Collec&on  and  Display  of  ORCID  iden&fiers         Resources  available  on  ORCID  Publishers  page:    hDp://orcid.org/organiza&ons/publishers/learnmore         “AGU  is  implemen&ng  ORCIDs  in  our   member  records,  editorial  databases,   and  papers.  Having  the  ability  to   uniquely  iden&fy  scien&sts  helps  the   society,  editors,  authors,  and  members   in  many  ways,  from  improving  efficiency   to  providing  services  and  support.”   Brooks  Hanson,  Dir  Publica2ons,   American  Geophysical  Union       hDp://orcid.org/0000-­‐0001-­‐6230-­‐7145   1.  Determine a solution for incorporating ORCID iDs that works well with your current journal style. 2.  Add authenticated collection of ORCID identifiers to your manuscript submission process so that authors submit their ORCID iD when they submit their paper. NEVER let an author type in an iD. 3.  Encourage all authors publishing in your journal to obtain an ORCID identifier. At a minimum, print the ones you do receive. 4.  Ensure that each ORCID identifier is easily correlated with the appropriate author. 5.  Add information on obtaining and submitting ORCID iDs to your Instructions for Authors. 6.  Include ORCID identifiers in the production process and ensure they are included in the XML submitted to CrossRef and other repositories. 7.  Remember that the source XML generating the output PDF will require the ORCID iDs to be linked to their associated authors. 8.  Establish a policy stating whether it is the responsibility of the author or the editorial office to verify that the ORCID iD is accurate before publication. 9.  Aim for making the ORCID iDs readable and useful. They should be easy to find and logically placed. See the images below for optimal display of ORCIDs in common print and online journal styles.

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