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  5. 5. 5 In EuroPMC, clicking on the author name linked with his/her ORCID will show the researcher profile with the number of publications & citations, and search results correctly.
  6. 6. 6 • The author Chengshu Wang is often listed as Wang C in his publications. • He uses ORCID so he is distinguished from other Wang C in databases. • His publications are searchable by his ORCID (not by name) in EuroPMC, • … and links back to his ORCID record to show his bio, and more publications.
  7. 7. HOW TO STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD? • ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor ID) is a persistent, unique identifier that you can use throughout your academic career. • More than 2.6 million researchers have registered for an iD that helps distinguish them from others, and correctly link their academic work and contributions. • Science, PLOS, IEEE, and other distinguished international journals are starting to mandate ORCID when you submit your manuscripts. • This session will give you a quick understanding on what ORCID is, how to use it, and why. 7
  8. 8. What is ORCID? 8
  9. 9. 9 WHO WE ARE •Founded in 2010; service started in 2012 •Non-profit, non-proprietary, open •Global, interdisciplinary •Independent, community-driven •Supported by organizational memberships
  10. 10. BEFORE • First name • Last name • Middle name • Transliteration • By affiliation • By field • By journal • By co-authors … AFTER 10 WHY NAME DISAMBIGUATION?
  11. 11. • Individuals can register and use ORCID for free of charge whether or not their employer is a member • ORCID is an opt-in system. The researcher controls their record: registration, linked information, privacy and access settings • ORCID member organizations pay for annual fees to use ORCID API and help to maintain ORCID records by getting permissions from each researcher 11 ORCID IS OPT-IN
  12. 12. 12 Researchers can • create, edit and maintain an ORCID record • for free of charge • control privacy settings for every item
  13. 13. USER PRIVACY Information in an ORCID Record has a privacy setting, which is set by the account owner (yourself) LIMITED Accessible by anyone Accessible by Account Owner + Trusted Organization(s) Accessible by Account Owner only 13
  14. 14. 14 ORCID ENABLES ASSERTIONS ORCID member organizations ensure persistent identifiers for people, places, and things are connected in research workflows
  15. 15. Researcher ORCID member organizations Permissions to use ORCID record Register & Manage ORCID record • Basic information • Name • Email addresses etc. • Account settings • Biography, Education, Affiliation • Research activities • Publication • Peer review • Patents • Grants etc. xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx ORCID record Add & update activities 15
  16. 16. AUTHENTICATION? 16 Use an authenticated API to collect iD (username & password) to ensure the person and the iD belong together, the iD is correct (no typos), and that privacy is respected. For more info on membership, visit http://orcid.org/about/membership
  17. 17. ORCID • Open • Allows assertion • Managed by researchers + ORCID community Profile systems • Proprietary & closed • Value add • Managed by researchers 17 ORCID IS NOT A PROFILE SYSTEM
  18. 18. 18 ORCID IS GROWING! - 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 Oct Nov Dec Jan-13 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan-14 Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan-15 Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan-16 Feb Mar Apr May June Member created Direct via orcid.org Member referred Over 2.6 million researchers have registered for an ORCID identifier.
  19. 19. Asia Pacific 15% Europe 50% Latin America 1% Middle East & Africa 4% North America 30% Publisher/As sociation 14% Funder 3% Government 2% Repository/P rofile Org 6% Research Institute 75% Over 500 members, 4 national consortia, 3 regional consortia, 250+ integrations in every region and sector of the international research community
  20. 20. ORCID MEMBERS IN APAC • Australia 44 (consortium:40) • New Zealand 40 (consortium: 35) • Japan 9 • Taiwan 8 (consortium: 5) • Hong Kong 7 • China 3 • Korea 2 • India 1 • Malaysia 1 • Sri Lanka 1 • Singapore 1
  21. 21. 21 China 105,417 Japan 43,828 India 41,261 South Korea 28,534 Taiwan 16,090 Hong Kong 8,765 Malaysia 11,110 Singapore 6,067 Asian countries with more than 5,000 (Indonesia 4,838)
  23. 23. Repositories Funders Higher Education and Employers Professional Associations Other person identifiers Publishers 23 ORCID IS A HUB ISNI Researcher ID Scopus Author ID Internal identifiers DOI ISBN ORCID connects different ID systems through open & persistent identifiers  Machine-readable  Interoperable
  24. 24. ORCID PROVIDES: Plumbing for research information Tools to build trust in digital information
  25. 25. How ORCID connects your identity & works 25
  27. 27. 27 ORCID IN MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION • ScholarOne allows authors to submit their ORCID iDs • More and more publishers & associations adopt ORCID in manuscript submission process
  28. 28. 28 ORCID AUTO-UPDATE Author • Link own ORCID to author profile • Add ORCID to co-authors too Publisher Embed authors’ ORCID in the metadata when the manuscript is accepted Crossref Check authors’ ORCID in the metadata when assigning DOIs to new publications ORCID Receive new publication info from Crossref and add to authors’ ORCID records Notified by email
  29. 29. 29 OAUTH AUTHENTICATION - Log in with an existing ORCID iD - or Create a new iD if you don’t have one
  30. 30. 30 Give permissions to Crossref so your new publications will be automatically added to your ORCID record
  31. 31. 31 ORCID SINGLE SIGN-ON Use ORCID to log in multiple journal sites
  32. 32. 32 CREDIT PEER REVIEW Publishers can credit peer reviewers by inserting to one’s ORCID record
  33. 33. Other publishers requiring ORCID iDs in 2016: PLOS, eLIFE, Science, Hindawi, IEEE, AGU… http://orcid.org/con tent/requiring- orcid-publication- workflows-open- letter ORCID PUBLISHER MANDATES Publishers starting to mandate ORCID in manuscript submission 33
  34. 34. 34 ORCID @ DATABASES ORCID data feed allows databases to insert ORCID iDs retrospectively in their records
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  36. 36. 36 ORCID @ FUNDERS Add your ORCID identifier during the grant application process Wellcome Trust has integrated ORCID iDs into its eGrants application system.
  37. 37. NATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS • Austria: Funder requirement 2016 • Italy: National consortium 2015 • 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 2013, pilot 2014, consortium 2015 37
  38. 38. 38 ORCID @ INSTITUTIONS Research institutions offer personal homepages where researchers can link their ORCID iDs and showcase their research output globally.
  39. 39. ORCID @ REPOSITORIES Example: King Abdullah University of Science & Technology 39
  41. 41. It’s a community effort! ORCID is a community effort
  42. 42. COLLECT & CONNECT • Publishers and Repositories: COLLECT iDs for authors, contributors, and reviewers; PUBLISH iD with work, POST paper, dataset, review IDs; RECEIVE updates • Associations: COLLECT iDs for members, authors, and meeting participants; POST affiliation and presentation IDs; RECEIVE updates • Funders: COLLECT iDs at grant submission and review; PUBLISH with award; POST grant IDs researcher record; RECEIVE updates • Universities: COLLECT iDs for new staff and students, at thesis submission, in faculty profile systems; POST affiliation IDs; RECEIVE updates 42
  44. 44. Why use ORCID? Wifi Dialog 4G 9R88RT4T367 44
  45. 45. 45 1. Reliably and easily connects you with your contributions and affiliations Benefits for Researchers
  46. 46. 46 2. Alleviates mistaken identity Benefits for Researchers
  47. 47. 47 3. Saves you time – “enter once, re-use often” Benefits for Researchers
  48. 48. 48 4. Improves recognition and discoverability for you and your research outputs Benefits for Researchers
  49. 49. 49 5. Your lifelong digital name Benefits for Researchers
  50. 50. 50 Benefits for Researchers 6. You own and control your record, managing what information is connected and how it is shared
  51. 51. 51 7. Enables you to comply with organizations that require ORCID Benefits for Researchers
  52. 52. 52 8. Many systems you already use are connected with ORCID Benefits for Researchers
  53. 53. 53 9. Free to register and use Benefits for Researchers
  54. 54. 54 10. Enables you to play your part in making the Internet better for research! Benefits for Researchers
  55. 55. WE NEED YOU TO HELP! • Researchers can save time if the organizations they interact with become ORCID members, connect iDs and their publications, funding, and other research activity records • They need YOUR support to understand • What is ORCID • Why use ORCID • How to make it easy and spend LESS time on admin process, and MORE on research activities 55
  56. 56. 56 THANKS! Nobuko Miyairi ORCID Regional Director, Asia Pacific n.miyairi@orcid.org

Notas do Editor

  • ORCID overview: why your lifelong identifier is important in the digital age.
  • https://twitter.com/DrMarkBurnley/status/696827654645948418
  • https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26799652
  • http://europepmc.org/authors/0000-0003-1477-1466
  • https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1477-1466
  • Only full name and email address is required to register for an ORCID identifier. All other fields are optional. Obviously, the more other data associated with the Identifier, the more it is possible to uniquely identify an individual, in particular when more than one record may have been created for the same individual. This why we encourage users to complement their identifier by entering data into their ORCID Record.

    Record holders may designate another individual to serve as a proxy to manage their record, or their institution to serve as a delegated manager of their record.

    Record holders may manage what data are seen by whom, by adjusting privacy settings, and by selecting trusted organizations with whom to share limited access data and/or update the record with information on research activities linked through workflows.

    Organizations may register and create records for their employee, but unless they specify authority to present data publicly, the record will remain private until claimed by the researcher. And, at all times, the researcher has the ability to change privacy, proxy, and trusted party settings.

    Field; Group; Activity
  • ORCID was formed to address the problem of name ambiguity in scholarly communications.
  • http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms11605
  • It is the researchers that benefit greatly from ORCID iDs. They can use them throughout their career, and can already use them to distinguish themselves in publications and grants. And many are starting to see the benefits of using ORCID records in outcome tracking. For example, researchers in Portugal who receive federal funding provide their ORCID iD, and benefit from coordinated outcomes reporting by using the ORCID registry as a hub.
  • https://vidwan.inflibnet.ac.in/profile/44962
  • In 2016 we are launching a
    “Levels Program” to clearly articulate how
    organizations can and should be collecting
    and connecting ORCID identifers. Our goals
    are to clariy goals and expectations across
    sectors and improve the trust in connections
    between researchers and their proessional
    afliations and activities. We will be enhanc-
    ing our current guidance by defning prior-
    ity implementation scenarios by sector and
    developing streamlined communications and
    technical documentation.17 ORCID is a com-
    munity eort: to beneft, all must participate.
  • 80% of respondents to our 2015 survey (iD holders and non-iD holders) said this was an important or very important reason to register for an iD
  • 67% of survey respondents overall said this was important or very important, but this was significantly higher in Africa (84%), Asia (78%) and Latin America (81%)
  • Notes for presenter:
    Enter once, reuse often. Connect your iD to other systems and profiles to simplify sign-in across systems, reduce time spent filling in forms and reports, and free up more time to do your research
  • 80% of survey respondents believe that an ORCID iD makes it “easier for people to find and share my work”
  • 78% of survey respondents said this was an important reason to register for an iD
  • Researcher control of their ORCID record is a core ORCID principle (https://orcid.org/about/what-is-orcid/principles)
  • More and more organizations are now requiring researchers to use an ORCID iD, including several funders (see: https://orcid.org/blog/2015/12/04/research-funders-and-orcid-new-members-mandates-and-platforms) and publishers (https://orcid.org/content/requiring-orcid-publication-workflows-open-letter0
  • There are already around 250 member integrations of ORCID in systems and platforms that researchers use every day, including all the major manuscript submission systems,several grant application systems, major research information management and CRIS systems, university systems, and more

    Collecting ORCID iDs from your users, displaying them in your public documents, and connecting and exchanging research information with ORCID, make the Internet work better for everyone – your researchers, your organization, and the whole community
  • This is another core ORCID principle (https://orcid.org/about/what-is-orcid/principles), recently reaffirmed by our Board (https://orcid.org/blog/2016/02/11/updates-orcid-governance-member-elections-and-more)
  • “Persistent identifiers are a way of helping the internet work better for research” was – somewhat unexpectedly – the top reason that survey respondents who have an iD gave as their reason for registering