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ORCID Funder Working Group Terms of Reference

Josh Brown & Tom Demeranville
Funders are working with ORCID to enhance our data model and third party service integrations, to broaden connections to the array of research and career data usually contained in grant applications, post award reports and biographies. ORCID has established the Funder Working Group (FWG) to formalize these interactions. This document sets out the terms of reference for the FWG.

Blog: ORCID Consortia: Building Communities

Matthew Buys
To be successful at building national and regional communities of practice that support a global open research infrastructure, we need the commitment of our consortia members and their lead organizations. In today's post, our Director of Membership, Matt Buys, provides an update and announces the launch of our new resources for ORCID consortia.

Roles and Responsibilities of ORCID Consortia

Alice Meadows, Haak Laurel, Matthew Buys & Josh Brown
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Helvetica} Effective ORCID implementations, user awareness, adoption rates, are all improved when the research community coordinates efforts, shares successes, and supports each other in local outreach and integration initiatives. To encourage community collaboration, in 2015 ORCID launched a consortium program. In this document we describe the goals of the consortia program, the roles and responsibilities of ORCID and consortia, and how consortia can qualify for discounted membership...

Blog: ORCID in ORBIT: Building Information Infrastructure with Research Funders

Josh Brown
Research funding organizations are a core component of our mission and vision, and have been involved with ORCID since before we launched the Registry. Here we report on our work with funders, including the ORBIT project.

Blog: Using Identifiers to Capture and Expose Facilities Use

Haak Laurel
User facilities are specialized government-sponsored research infrastructure, such as labs, collections, field stations, or large equipment, that are available for researchers’ use to advance scientific or technical knowledge. Researchers compete for access but do not consistently acknowledge use of facilities when they publish datasets or research findings, making it difficult to assess the scientific impact of these public investments. Recently several facilities have begun to explore innovative approaches to these challenges, including adoption of ORCID.

201711 Research Impact Infrastructure

Neil Thakur & Richard Ikeda
NIH and ORCID are working together to broaden connections to the array of research and career data typically reported on CVs, and to enhance integrations with other systems using these data. This includes collaborating, along with other funders in the US and around the world, on the ORCID Reducing Burden and Improving Transparency (ORBIT) project to link researchers to their funding and other research and career activities using verified and structured data.
This will enable a...

Blog: Announcing the #PIDapalooza18 Lineup!

Alice Meadows
The program for PIDapalooza 2018 is now available - find out more about who'll be speaking, what we'll be discussing, and why you should be there!

Collect & Connect using CRIS systems

Paula Demain
The authoritative information connected to ORCID records by our members is critical to achieving our vision. This blog post celebrates CRIS systems that have integrated ORCID and achieved one or more Collect & Connect badges.

ORCID API Tutorial from NISO Training Program: Working with Scholarly Information Resource RESTful APIs

Krznarich Liz
MkDocs files for training materials from ORCID session of NISO Training Program: Working with Scholarly Information Resource RESTful APIs (Fall 2017); ORCID API tutorial using Postman app.

Hands-on with the ORCID API

Krznarich Liz
MkDocs files for ORCID API tutorial workshop

2017 SSP Annual Meeting: Publishers guide to the galaxy...Persistent identifiers

Krznarich Liz
Presentation on persistent identifiers given at 2017 Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) annual meeting, 02 June 2017, Boston.

ORCID API Tutorial from NISO Training Program: Working with Scholarly Information Resource RESTful APIs

Krznarich Liz
Training materials from ORCID session of NISO Training Program: Working with Scholarly Information Resource RESTful APIs (Fall 2017); ORCID API tutorial using Postman app.

20170626_CAUL_ResearchRepositoryCommunityEvent_Krz.pptx

Krznarich Liz
Presentation given at AUL (Council of Australian University Librarians) 2017 Research Repositories Community Event http://www.caul.edu.au/about-caul/caul-meetings/research-meetings/repository-meetings/repositories2017event

E-posters (English)

Laura J. Wilkinson
E-poster: use this as a poster, desktop background, or screensaver. There are two designs (network image or orchid image), two ratios (16:9 and 4:3), and three formats (.eps, .png, and .pdf) to choose from.

User Facilities and Publications - Findings and Opportunities

Haak Laurel, Erin Arndt, Benjamin Brown, Mark Doyle, Mariam Elsayed, Patricia Garvey, Terry Law, Kathleen Nasta, Robert Peters, Howard Ratner, Crystal Schrof, Steven Watson & Susan White-DePace
User facilities are specialized government-sponsored research infrastructure available for external use to advance scientific or technical knowledge. Researchers compete for access to these facilities and specialized equipment, but do not consistently acknowledge the contributions made by facilities when they publish the results of their work. Collection of these research outputs is necessary to enable an accurate assessment of the scientific impact of these public investments. Recently several user facilities have begun to explore innovative approaches...

The ORBIT Project

Josh Brown
These slides introduce the ORBIT (ORCID Reducing Burden and Improving Transparency) Project which engages funders to use persistent identifiers to automate and streamline the flow of research information between systems.

Outreach presentation (.pptx)

Laura J. Wilkinson
Presentation: this presentation includes information about ORCID, short quizzes, and workshop activities. Please select content according to how long you have, what is suitable for your audience’s level of knowledge, and if you want to include practical tasks.

Outreach presentation (.pdf)

Laura J. Wilkinson
Presentation: this presentation includes information about ORCID, short quizzes, and workshop activities. Please select content according to how long you have, what is suitable for your audience’s level of knowledge, and if you want to include practical tasks.

ORCID: digital persistent identifier for contributors in scholarly communication

Nobuko Miyairi
Presentation by Nobuko Miyairi for CrossrefLIVE, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on November 20, 2017

ORCID: digital persistent identifier for contributors in scholarly communication

Nobuko Miyairi
Presentation by Nobuko Miyairi for CrossrefLIVE, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on November 20, 2017

ORCID: digital persistent identifier for contributors in scholarly communication

Nobuko Miyairi
Presentation by Nobuko Miyairi for CrossrefLIVE, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on November 20, 2017

ORCID: digital persistent identifier for contributors in scholarly communication

Nobuko Miyairi
Presentation by Nobuko Miyairi for CrossrefLIVE, Yogyakarta, Indonesia on November 20, 2017

Blog Getting to Know You, Part 2: ORCID's 2017 Consortia Survey

Alice Meadows
In the first part of this blog post, we shared feedback on ORCID from our 2017 community survey. Today’s post focuses on what we learned from our first survey of ORCID consortia.

Blog Getting to Know You, Part 1: ORCID's 2017 Community Survey

Alice Meadows
Following on from our first community survey, in 2015, we carried out two further surveys in 2017 - one of our user community, and the second of our consortia lead organizations. Today’s post focuses on what we learned from our community survey; part 2 will look at key findings from the consortia survey.

Outreach presentation (.pptx)

Laura J. Wilkinson
Presentation: this presentation includes information about ORCID, short quizzes, and workshop activities. Please select content according to how long you have, what is suitable for your audience’s level of knowledge, and if you want to include practical tasks.

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