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The presentation describes the ORCID_CBUA project for the implementation of the ORCID author identifier across a 9-university network covered by the Consortium of Andalusian University Libraries (CBUA) in Andalusia, Spain.

The presentation describes the ORCID_CBUA project for the implementation of the ORCID author identifier across a 9-university network covered by the Consortium of Andalusian University Libraries (CBUA) in Andalusia, Spain.

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The ORCID_CBUA Project: A Consortium-Based Approach to ORCID Adoption

  1. 1. The ORCID_CBUA Project in Andalusia, Spain: A potentially re-usable approach Jisc/ARMA ORCID Workshop (London, Sep 17, 2014) Pablo de Castro ORCID TSG ORCID Ambassador GrandIR Ltd pcastromartin@gmail.com http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6300-1033 Contact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 208o17rc UidSA.org
  2. 2. CBUA : Some facts CBUA : Consortium of Andalusian University Libraries Founded 2001 for joint e-resource procurement Nine CBUA Unis involved in ORCID_CBUA : Universities of Sevilla, Málaga, Granada, Córdoba, Cádiz, Huelva, Almería, Jaén and Pablo de Olavide (Sevilla)
  3. 3. The ORCID_CBUA Proj Lead by University of Seville 12-month project aimed to deliver ORCID accounts to every researcher affiliated with 9 CBUA unis Additional goals : ORCID iD integration into IRs (all- DSpace network) and institutional/regional CRISs Libraries to take leading roles in reaching out to Research Faculties/Depts/Groups Relevant overlapping with other organisational networks, eg Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) Informal agreement with Regional Government (Junta de Andalucía) for technical collaboration
  4. 4. SICA2 Regional CRIS Andalusian Research Information System (SICA2) a Key Project Asset, https://sica2.cica.es/ SICA2 holds wide-reaching research information for every research institution (and researcher) in Andalusia : people, organisations, projects, outputs (CERIF approach) Opportunities for (i) ORCID iD integration in SICA2 and (ii) two-way information exchange for publications and funded research projects SICA presentation at the RSP "Repositories and CRIS: Working Smartly Together" event in Nottingham, July 2011 http://sisob.lcc.uma.es/repositorio/public_documents/CRISREP.pdf
  5. 5. SICA2 : A further step SICA2 the common gateway for Andalusian institutions to the National Harmonised CV (CVN) format
  6. 6. ORCID iD creation Workflow for ORCID iD creation and integration Key project goal : to prove the value of University Libraries as appropriate stakeholders for liaising with Research Departments for research information collection and delivery
  7. 7. Pilot work at U Cádiz Adequate coordination of involved institutional units (Library, Research Office, VC Office, Communication) Creation of ORCID webpage at Library site & good communication strategy with researchers ORCID account creation by Research Departments, starting out with STM areas Library-led project planning, monitoring and reporting
  8. 8. Coordination: first steps Project team with reps from every involved University Library under U Seville coordination Creation of ORCID_CBUA project wiki and technical discussion group First round of ORCID training sessions carried out early Sep'2014 Discussions started on what resources to share (dissemination materials, ORCID webpages & FAQ lists?) and which ones should be institution-specific
  9. 9. Consortium-led approaches
  10. 10. … potentially re-usable http://www.universities-scotland.ac.uk/index.php?page=members

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