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ORCID Adoption and Use by the Research Community

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  1. 1. orcid.org Contact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817 USA ORCID Adoption and Use by the Research Community SARIMA Workshop, 11 May 2015 Laurel L. Haak, PhD Executive Director, ORCID L.Haak@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5109-3700
  2. 2. 2 Digital scholarly communications require information that is machine readable
  3. 3. Names are not digital •  Different versions (full name vs. initials) •  Shared names •  Transliteration •  Accents and other ALT characters •  Name changes •  Multiple family names J. Å. S. Sørensen J.Aa. S. Sørensen J. Åge S. Sørensen J.Aage S. Sørensen J. Åge Smærup Sørensen J.Aage Smaerup Sørensen
  4. 4. 4 What is ORCID? ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier – a machine-readable name – that distinguishes researchers from each other Member-built integrations in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission support automated linkages between researchers and their professional activities and affiliations, ensuring that works are appropriately attributed and discoverable ORCID serves as a hub enabling machine-readable connections between identifiers for organizations, works, and person IDs
  5. 5. ORCID provides plumbing for research information – and the tools to build trust in digital information 10 May 2015 orcid.org 5
  6. 6. Building trust: 10 May 2015 orcid.org 6 •  Tools to allow for easy addition of identifiers (for people, places, and things) during publishing, grant application, thesis deposit, etc. •  Engage the community to embed, authenticate, and assert
  7. 7. Researcher Responsibility 10 May 2015 orcid.org 7 To benefit from ORCID, researchers need only do two things: ①  Register ②  Use iD No membership or fee is needed by the individual or their employer.
  8. 8. 10 May 2015 orcid.org 8 Over 1.3 million researchers have registered for an ORCID identifier. Through their actions, ORCID identifiers are associated with: •  2.1 million unique DOIs •  >20 thousand unique organizations
  9. 9. ORCID responsibility Build the infrastructure: •  Engage the community to embed identifiers •  Ensure that the iD is published with the paper / dataset / grant / thesis, etc. •  Encourage the community to push metadata back to update individual’s record 10 May 2015 orcid.org 9
  10. 10. Integration in research systems 10 May 2015 orcid.org 10 Over 200 members and nearing 200 integrations in every region and sector of the international research community. Americas 48% EMEA 36% Asia Pacific 16% Funder 7% Publishing 16% Repository 20% Research Institute 45% Association 12%
  11. 11. Registry use in Africa 10 May 2015 orcid.org 11 ORCID Registry traffic from African countries represents about 3% of total usage. Cairo Tunis Lagos Algiers Giza Cape Town Pretoria Alexandria Abuja Addis Ababa Johannesburg Casablanca Accra Nairobi Rabat 4 members in Africa: •  GIBS •  Hindawi •  Stellenbosch University •  University of Cape Town Over 7000 registered users, most in South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria,Tunisia, Ghana, Kenya, Botswana Top 15 cities in Africa, by usage:
  12. 12. Regional & national approach •  Austria: Funder requirement 2016 •  Finland: National recommendation 2015 •  Australia: National recommendation 2015 •  Denmark: University launch 2014 •  Spain: Launched 2 consortia in 2014 •  Portugal: Funder requirement 2013 •  Sweden: National recommendation 2013 •  UK: National recommendation 2012 10 May 2015 orcid.org 12
  13. 13. Leveraging existing standards 10 May 2015 orcid.org 13 ORCID works collaboratively with the research community to ensure adoption and use of research information standards
  14. 14. “We want to use ORCIDs to simplify the life of Oxford’s researchers for working with institutional systems and publishers’ systems by re-using already available information for publication data management and reporting. The motto is: Input once – re-use often.”   Wolfram Horstmann,Assoc. Director, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8673-6104 10 May 2015 orcid.org 14 Research institutions
  15. 15. …using iDs across systems 10 May 2015 orcid.org 15 •  Click and Create •  Library Guide •  Training Sessions •  Theses and Dissertations http://libguides.kaust.edu.sa/orcid http://orcid.kaust.edu.sa/
  16. 16. …which validates affiliation information and enables tracking of research outputs 10 May 2015 orcid.org 16
  17. 17. ORCID iDs are being embedded in articles
  18. 18. …and publication search engines 10 May 2015 orcid.org 18
  19. 19. 10 May 2015 orcid.org 19 The author can pre-populate submission form fields: preferred name, affiliation, funding The authenticated iD becomes a part of the paper Upon publication, the iD is indexed by CrossRef, Scopus, Web of Science, and other services. Information flows to ORCID and on to linked platforms Coming in 2015:
  20. 20. •  Over 180,000 articles have been submitted to CrossRef with an associated ORCID iD •  These will start to flow into the ORCID registry this year •  Researchers who use their ORCID iD when they publish will not need to manually update their record in ORCID or in connected systems 10 May 2015 orcid.org 20
  21. 21. 10 May 2015 orcid.org 21 Association membership systems …
  22. 22. 10 May 2015 orcid.org 22 ... and grants…
  23. 23. 10 May 2015 orcid.org 23 …and data management … and datasets… Witt 2014 PeerJ 2015
  24. 24. How does ORCID work? •  Registry allows researchers to connect to existing works and affiliations •  Members build integrations to connect researchers to new works and affiliations 10 May 2015 orcid.org 24
  25. 25. •  Take 30 seconds to register at http://orcid.org/register •  Free to researchers •  Individual owns the record and controls privacy settings •  Works on laptops, tablets, and phones Register for your
  26. 26. Getting started Use free tools to connect your ORCID identifier to your name variations, other IDs, affiliations, and existing works and funding
  27. 27. Link to existing works 27 Connect your ORCID iD to existing works by using tools in ORCID interface or in external platforms Researchers can connect to existing works and push ORCID iD into indexes including Web of Science, Scopus, and Europe PubMedCentral
  28. 28. Updating award information 10 May 2015 orcid.org 28 Researchers can connect to existing projects AND can receive updates when grant awarded Funders can embed ORCID iD during the grant application workflow ORCID record includes, funder name, grant number, source, source provenance
  29. 29. Link to organization 10 May 2015 orcid.org 29 •  List auto-populates based on type-ahead •  All organizations have unique iD •  University or employer can pre-populate and validate association •  Can associate with multiple organizations
  30. 30. Implementation continuum Researchers register as individuals Capture ORCID using authentication 10 May 2015 orcid.org 30 Connect ORCID to one university system Connect ORCID to many university systems Synchronize ORCID Registry with local data No fee, requires internet connection No fee, Public API, requires local database and IT resources Basic member fee, Member API, requires local DB and IT resources Basic or premium member fee, local DB and IT resources Premium member fee, local DB, IT resources Synch integration across organizations Consortium

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