About The Training
Given the recognized benefits of using unique identifiers in any digital environment, many academic teams are moving to acquire the necessary expertise required for capturing and integrating ORCID into their internal systems. This Training Thursday webinar will introduce attendees to specific use cases and implementations of the ORCID ID as a useful tool for precisely associating traditional and non-traditional outputs with the particular creator of that content.
This session is meant to be a guided, step-by-step session that will follow the April 20 NISO Virtual Conference: Justifying The Library -- Using Assessment to Justify Library Investments
Collect & Connect: Embedding ORCID in Researcher Workflows
ORCID's new Collect & Connect program is intended to build trust in the research infrastructure by ensuring that ORCID iDs are embedded in key researcher workflows - grant and manuscript submission systems, research information management and profile systems, and more. In this presentation we will discuss how funders, publishers, research institutions, and associations can all play their part by collecting iDs, connecting them with validated information, and exchanging this information with other systems. Together we can help people find information, simplify reporting and analysis, and ultimately help build a transparent and trustworthy research infrastructure.
ORCID Uptake in Astronomy: Where We've Been, Where We're Going
Astronomers have spoken, if the NASA ADS adds ORCID functionality, the community will start using it. The NASA ADS recently launched an ORCID claiming service for astronomers (http://www.astrobetter.com/blog/2016/03/07/claiming-papers-and-finding-people-with-orcid/) and adoption is starting to pick up. In this talk, Erdmann will highlight some of the curation and outreach work leading up to this recent announcement, where astronomy is currently at, as well as future aspirations and initiatives.
How an ORCID Ambassador is Cultivating ORCID at the University of Michigan
Shortly after its official launch in October of 2012, MLibrary at the University of Michigan (U-M) signed a Member License Agreement with ORCID. Being an early adaptor afforded our institution immediate opportunities to implement ORCID by integrating it into a number of U-M units and web systems, as well as promoting it to our faculty as a valuable disambiguation tool to insure that each researcher receives proper credit for his or her publications. Her presentation will describe the implementation of the ORCID identification system along with details of her role as an ORCID Ambassador at U-M.
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For Online Events
- NISO has developed a quick tutorial, How to Participate in a NISO Web Event. Please view the recording, which is an overview of the web conferencing system and will help to answer the most commonly asked questions regarding participating in an online Webex event.
You will need a computer for the presentation and Q&A.
Audio is available through the computer (broadcast) and by telephone. We recommend you have a set-up for telephone audio as back-up even if you plan to use the broadcast audio as the voice over Internet isn't always 100% reliable.
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