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MyRID: ORCID Integration in Malaysia (T. Dharmalingam)

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MyRID: ORCID Integration in Malaysia (T. Dharmalingam)

  1. 1. MyRID: ORCID integration 28 February 2017 Thanaletchumi Dharmalingam Information Technology Officer Malaysia Citation Centre.
  2. 2. Agenda  Background  Objectives  MyRID  Integration
  3. 3. Background  Researchers’ details obtained from various databases for the purpose of promotion:  Scopus  Web of Science  Google Scholar  MyCite  Different author names, difficult to get accurate h-index / citations / number of publications. Malaysians have many common names. etc: Mohammad, Abdullah, Nurul, Siti etc.  Authors change institutions
  4. 4. Objectives  MyRID was developed for the local researchers to manage their publications (local and international) in one place.  Import local and international publications  Local – MyJurnal & MyCite  International – ORCID, Scopus and Web of Science  Exchange profile of researchers
  5. 5. ORCID MyRID International databases Profile, publicationsProfile, publications Scopus, ResearcherID, CrossRef dll MyRID – Malaysian Researchers publication Identity MyJurnal ResearcherID (WoS) Scopus
  6. 6. URL (http://myrid.gov.my)
  7. 7. Profile
  8. 8. Scopus Web of Science
  9. 9. How MCC does the integration?  Application Programming Interface (API) is use to access resources - biographies, publications  Two kind of APIs:  Public (read-only)  Member (requires owner’s authorization)
  10. 10. ORCID API  Member  Requires access token resources - granted by the owner thru OAuth  Once granted, we can access API endpoints authorized by the owner - which include reading and updating resources
  11. 11. Development  Sandbox - Test ORCID APIs
  12. 12. Challenges  Some emails cannot be reached  Researchers have moved institution  Many IDs available for researchers – Scopus, ReseacherID etc How we overcome:  Outreach program – workshops, meetings  Social media
  13. 13.  Thank you

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