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Your Work is Distinctive, What About Your Name? - Laurel Haake (ORCID) - #OAWeek2014

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Presentation by Laurel L. Haak, PhD - Executive Director, ORCID

Part of QScience.com's Open Access Week Event: Discover Open Access with QScience.com - held at Hamad bin Khalifa University Student Center, Education City, Doha on 22nd October 2014

http://www.qscience.com/page/OAweek2014

Presentation by Laurel L. Haak, PhD - Executive Director, ORCID

Part of QScience.com's Open Access Week Event: Discover Open Access with QScience.com - held at Hamad bin Khalifa University Student Center, Education City, Doha on 22nd October 2014

http://www.qscience.com/page/OAweek2014

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  1. 1. Your Work is Distinctive, What About Your Name? QScience Open Access Day, Doha, 22 October 2014 Laurel L. Haak, PhD Executive Director, ORCID L.Haak@orcid.org http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5109-3700 Contact Info: p. +1-301-922-9062 a. 10411 Motor City Drive, Suite 750, Bethesda, MD 20817o UrScAid.org
  2. 2. Digital scholarly communications requires information that is machine readable 2
  3. 3. What do PIDs do, exactly? ① Enable machine readability ② Disambiguate and enforce uniqueness ③ Enable linking and data integration Persistent identifiers provide a simple basis for digital data governance
  4. 4. Authoring workflow Publishing a research paper Manuscript Submission Manuscript Acceptance Published Article …where do identifiers fit in? 5 November 2014 orcid.org 4
  5. 5. Authoring with IDs ORCID iD? Contributor type? Dataset? Organization iD? Funder ID? Grant ID? Co-Author information Manuscript Submission Article metadata submitted to CrossRef (including all identifiers) Manuscript Acceptance Published Article Selection and acknowledgement of reviewers Update ORCID record Update institutional repositories (via ORCID) Open Access Research activity • Grant • Dataset • Meeting • Presentation • Collaboration • ETC. 5 November 2014 orcid.org 5
  6. 6. Name ambiguity is a problem • Different versions (full name vs. initials) • Shared names • Transliteration Close to half of Korean nationals share the family name “Kim”, “Lee”, or “Park”.
  7. 7. Name ambiguity is a problem • 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
  8. 8. 8 Repositorie s DOI URI Thesis ID Funders Higher Educatio n and Employer s Profession al Association s Publisher s Other person identifier s ORCID is a hub ISNI Researcher ID Scopus Author ID Internal identifiers FundRefID GrantID ISNI Ringgold ID Member ID Abstract ID DOI ISBN ORCID enables machine-readable connections between iD and: • works • organizations • other IDs
  9. 9. ORCID is a registry 9 • Free, non-proprietary registry of persistent unique public identifiers for researchers • Community-led initiative supported by member fees • Open data and software
  10. 10. Adoption by researchers ORCID is on track to reach 1 million issued iDs in October 2014. 1,000,000 900,000 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 - Member created Direct via orcid.org Via member integration 2012 2013 2014 5 November 2014 orcid.org 10
  11. 11. Integration in research systems EMEA 35% Over 160 members, from every region and sector of the international research community AsiaPac 15% Americas 50% Publishing 25% Universities & Research Orgs 45% Repositories & Profile Sys Associations 12% Funders 7% 11% 5 November 2014 orcid.org 11
  12. 12. Use is International • Usage is international; 54 countries with over 10,000 users; 100 with at least 1000 users. The GCC countries represent about 1% of total usage. • ORCID Website is available in several languages; Japanese, Russian, and Portuguese coming soon 5 November 2014 orcid.org 12
  13. 13. Connecting an ORCID iD Journals are asking authors for their ORCID iD at time of manuscript submission. The authenticated iD becomes a part of the paper The author can pre-populate form fields: preferred name, affiliation, funding Upon publication, the iD is indexed by CrossRef, Scopus, Web of Science, and other services. Information flows to ORCID and linked platforms 5 November 2014 orcid.org 13
  14. 14. Identifiers are being embedded in articles DOI
  15. 15. DOI FundRef 5 November 2014 orcid.org 15
  16. 16. • Over 130,000 articles have been submitted to CrossRef with an associated ORCID iD • These will start to flow into the ORCID registry before the end of the year • Researchers who use their ORCID iD when they publish will not need to manually update their record 5 November 2014 orcid.org 16
  17. 17. Publishers can help Publishers can make using an identifier easy for researchers by: • Collecting identifiers during submission and review (using authenticated login, not typing!) AND autofilling forms • Publishing identifiers in reviews, meetings, and manuscripts • Updating author and reviewer ORCID records 5 November 2014 orcid.org 17
  18. 18. Beyond Publishing We all have questions: How can researchers be reliably connected to their contributions? Can we expand our view of what is considered a contribution? How do we track research activities across a career? Databases? Organizations? How can we measure the impact of a training program? Funding program? Department? Project? 5 November 2014 orcid.org 18
  19. 19. 19 The entire research community is engaging with ORCID • Publishers • Research Funders • Professional Associations • Universities and Research Organizations • Repositories and Research Information Systems • Research Metrics Providers For a list of organizations and integrations see http://orcid.org/organizations/integrators
  20. 20. Funder ORCID Options • Push validated award information (Grant#, FunderID) to ORCID • Push validated review acknowledgement to ORCID • Pull publications, datasets, and other works from ORCID record • Get applicant ORCID iD, attach to application and store in Grant database • Get reviewer ORCID iD • Capture information from ORCID record (name, bio, affiliation, publications) http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/426596-orcid-funder-workflow 5 November 2014 orcid.org 20
  21. 21. Repo ORCID Options • PUSH validated dataset information (DOI) to ORCID • RECEIVE notification from ORCID call-back API • GET publications, datasets, and other works from ORCID record AT DEPOSIT or REGISTRATIO • GET researcher ORCID N iD, attach to dataset and/or local researcher profile • GET information from ORCID record (name, bio, affiliation, publications) • REQUEST permission to write to ORCID record and read limited data • PUSH validated 5 November 2014 orcid.org 21 organization identifier AT PUBLICATION
  22. 22. Repositories: DSpace 22 ORCID support is scheduled to become part of the DSpace 5 core, to be released this fall. DSpace will also release patches for DSpace 3 and DSpace 4. Supported ORCID functionality: • ORCID lookup during manual submission of new publications • ORCID lookup for edit operations on already accepted/published items in DSpace • Batch adding of ORCID metadata using the DSpace metadata CSV upload facilities.
  23. 23. National Approach Some countries are taking a national approach to ORCID integration, with universities, the national library, and funders coordinating efforts to develop a national CRIS/IR fed by data from ORCID: • Denmark: launched September 2014 http://orcid.org/blog/2014/09/03/denmark-adopts-orcid-consortium-approach-orcid-implementation • Portugal: launched November 2013 http://www.fct.pt/noticias/index.phtml.en?id=96&/2014/10/FCT_works_with_ÜberRese arch_to_allow_researchers_to_add_their_grants_to_ORCID • Sweden http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/178945/local_178945.pdf • UK: Jisc/ARMA Pilot Project http://orcidpilot.jiscinvolve.org/wp/ 5 November 2014 orcid.org 23
  24. 24. Adoption “To-Do” List Integrators Researchers ① Integrate data fields for persistent identifiers for people, places, and things into your systems ② Collect persistent identifiers during transactions (using authenticated login, not typing!) AND use APIs to help autofill forms ③ Incorporate identifiers into published metadata ① Register for an ORCID iD ② Use it when submitting papers, applying for grants, depositing datasets, etc. 5 November 2014 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 • Available in multiple languages Register for your
  26. 26. Distinguish yourself
  27. 27. Getting started Use free tools to connect your ORCID identifier to your name variations, affiliations, and your existing works and funding
  28. 28. Link to existing works 28 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
  29. 29. Link to awarded projects Researchers can connect to existing projects Funders can embed ORCID during the grant application workflow ORCID record includes, funder name, grant number, source, other provenance 5 November 2014 orcid.org 29
  30. 30. Link to organization • List autopopulates based on type-ahead • All organizations have unique iD • University or employer can pre-populate and validate association • Can associate with multiple organizations 5 November 2014 orcid.org 30
  31. 31. ORCID and Open Access • ORCID enables discovery, the core goal of OA • ORCID iDs can help with OA compliance tracking • QScience waives APCs for authors who include ORCID when submitting an article. http://qscienceblog.wordpress.com/2014/02 /20/connectorcidwaiver/ 5 November 2014 orcid.org 31
  32. 32. Thank you! 5 November 2014 orcid.org 32

Notas do Editor

  • http://www.qscience.com/page/OAweek2014

    Thank you very much for the opportunity to speak today, at the Qscience Open Access Day. I always prefer a conversation over a presentation, so please do feel free to ask questions during and after this talk.
  • I would like to share with you how ORCID is working to enable connections between researchers and research, scholars and scholarship, by participating in and helping to create a research data infrastructure.

    As with the steel beams in a building, or the plumbing in a house, this infrastructure is largely unseen but critical for day-to-day scholarly communication. This infrastructure is based on persistent identifiers, machine-readable bits of information for names, papers, datasets, funding, organizations—the people, places, and things of the research ecosystem-- that a search engine can parse and connect.

    Ultimately, this persistent identifier infrastructure can save us all time in data entry and data cleaning, and improve discoverability—the ease by which one can find the collection of a scholar’s works on the Internet, from any search interface and in any repository.

    And isn’t that—discoverabilty—the essence of open access?
  • So, let’s take something many of us are familiar with: publishing a research paper.
  • .But, still, in many cases, in scholarly communications names are are expressed as text strings. When you search for a name using a search engine, almost anything can happen, and probably not what you want.
  • ORCID was formed to address the problem of name ambiguity in scholarly communications.
  • Why should researchers and organizations like yourselves take the time not only to get an ID, but to use it? It is a matter of interoperability.
  • Gteting identifiers inserted at the point of making a research activity public.
  • Notes for presenter [go through slide]:
    Register for an ORCID iD
    International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI): ISNI has reserved a block of numbers for use by ORCID, to avoid assignment overlaps.
    All you need to set up your ORCID iD is your name and an email address.
  • Notes for presenter [go through slide]:
    Register for an ORCID iD
    International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI): ISNI has reserved a block of numbers for use by ORCID, to avoid assignment overlaps.
    All you need to set up your ORCID iD is your name and an email address.
  • Notes for presenter [go through slide]:
    Register for an ORCID iD
    International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI): ISNI has reserved a block of numbers for use by ORCID, to avoid assignment overlaps.
    All you need to set up your ORCID iD is your name and an email address.

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