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ORCID: AN OVERVIEW
CROSSREF LIVE, SEOUL
KOFST, JUNE 12, 2017
ALICE MEADOWS
Director – Community Engagement & Support, ORCI...
Names	are	messy!
PIDS FOR PEOPLE, PLACES, & THINGS
ORCID’S VISION IS A WORLD WHERE ALL WHO
PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP, AND
INNOVATION ARE UNIQUELY IDENTIFIED AND
C...
✓ ORCID is an open, not-for-profit organization that serves
the research community by collaborating and innovating
with or...
THE ORCID COMMUNITY
• Over 3.5m researchers, 1m+ records with at least one
connection, 8m+ unique DOIs
• Close to 700 memb...
We want researchers to spend
more time making
contributions and less time
managing them
INTEROPERABILITY ENTER ONCE
REUSE OFTEN
• 57 publisher members
• Plus 27 associations
• Publishers Open Letter
• Auto-update of ORCID records
• Peer review
• ORCI...
• Launched January 2016
• Eight original signatories
• Now 27 signatories and growing!
• Major publishers and associations...
• Require ORCID iDs for corresponding authors of
published papers
• ORCID iD collection should be enabled as an option for...
• Enables researchers to authorize
automatic updates to their ORCID
record
• Currently used by Crossref and
DataCite
• Cro...
• Collect authenticated ORCID iDs
from authors
• Include iDs in content registered
with Crossref and DataCite
• Provenance...
• Sign up for an ORCID iD
• Authenticate ORCID iD when
prompted during submission
(Crossref)
• Authorize Crossref/DataCite...
CROSSREF AUTO-UPDATE

• Based on CASRAI Peer Review
Services Dictionary
• Suitable for all types of peer review
• Review activities are added by...
• Collect reviewers’ iDs and
biographical information
• Display reviewers’ iDs
• Connect review activity data to
reviewers...
• Sign up for an ORCID iD
• Authenticate ORCID iD when
prompted
• Authorize reviewing
organization to read/update
record
•...
JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE

(BLIND REVIEW)
F1000 EXAMPLE (OPEN REVIEW)
PUBLONS EXAMPLE

PUBLONS EXAMPLE

850	Publons	users	export	3,500	reviews	to	ORCID	each	week!
• Community Working Group
launched September 2016
• Consultant appointed January
2016
• Report and recommendations
availab...
ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFLOW:
BENEFITS
• Matching authors across book and journal
systems
• Simplifying sign-on into systems
• ...
ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFLOW:
CHALLENGES
• Differences between book and journal
workflows
• And between different types of book...
ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFLOW:
RECOMMENDATIONS
• Focus on author touchpoints and title
management systems
• Prioritize publisher...
Spend more time making
contributions and less time
managing them
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  1. 1. ORCID: AN OVERVIEW CROSSREF LIVE, SEOUL KOFST, JUNE 12, 2017 ALICE MEADOWS Director – Community Engagement & Support, ORCID orcid.org/0000-0003-2161-3781
  2. 2. Names are messy!
  3. 3. PIDS FOR PEOPLE, PLACES, & THINGS
  4. 4. ORCID’S VISION IS A WORLD WHERE ALL WHO PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP, AND INNOVATION ARE UNIQUELY IDENTIFIED AND CONNECTED TO THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND AFFILIATIONS ACROSS TIME, DISCIPLINES, AND BORDERS.
  5. 5. ✓ ORCID is an open, not-for-profit organization that serves the research community by collaborating and innovating with organizations like yours ✓ We provide researchers with a unique identifier, an ORCID iD, that reliably and clearly connects them with their research contributions and affiliations ✓ Hundreds of systems have now integrated ORCID iDs – from grant application and manuscript submission to CRIS and other research information management systems, and more! WHAT IS ORCID?
  6. 6. THE ORCID COMMUNITY • Over 3.5m researchers, 1m+ records with at least one connection, 8m+ unique DOIs • Close to 700 member organizations • 40 countries • National consortia in the UK, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Sweden,Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada • Regional consortia in the US • Over 500 integrations across all sectors of the research community
  7. 7. We want researchers to spend more time making contributions and less time managing them
  8. 8. INTEROPERABILITY ENTER ONCE REUSE OFTEN
  9. 9. • 57 publisher members • Plus 27 associations • Publishers Open Letter • Auto-update of ORCID records • Peer review • ORCID in books workflows http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf ORCID IN PUBLISHING WORKFLOW
  10. 10. • Launched January 2016 • Eight original signatories • Now 27 signatories and growing! • Major publishers and associations including: • American Chemical Society • American Geophysical Union • IEEE • PLOS • Royal Society of Chemistry • Springer Nature • Wiley http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf PUBLISHERS OPEN LETTER
  11. 11. • Require ORCID iDs for corresponding authors of published papers • ORCID iD collection should be enabled as an option for all authors and should ideally take place at submission • Collect authenticated ORCID iDs • Authors are not asked to type in or search for their iD • Crossref/DataCite DOI metadata includes ORCID iDs for authors to enable Crossref • Metadata indicates whether the iD was authenticated • Author/co-author ORCID iDs are embedded into article metadata for publication • At least in online versions, and ideally in print versions of the publication http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf PUBLISHERS OPEN LETTER: REQUIREMENTS
  12. 12. • Enables researchers to authorize automatic updates to their ORCID record • Currently used by Crossref and DataCite • Crossref: during submission process • 150,000 records, 300,000 works updated • DataCite: independent of submission process • 25,000 records, 50,000 works updated http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf ORCID AUTO-UPDATE FUNCTIONALIT
  13. 13. • Collect authenticated ORCID iDs from authors • Include iDs in content registered with Crossref and DataCite • Provenance and source are essential • Display iDs in published article • Connect iDs to author’s ORCID record when DOI is created • Crossref/DataCite auto-update • Synchronize data with your own systems http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf HOW IT WORKS: ORGANIZATION
  14. 14. • Sign up for an ORCID iD • Authenticate ORCID iD when prompted during submission (Crossref) • Authorize Crossref/DataCite to read/update record • One time only authorization • Select preferred visibility setting for works http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf HOW IT WORKS:
 RESEARCHERS
  15. 15. CROSSREF AUTO-UPDATE

  16. 16. • Based on CASRAI Peer Review Services Dictionary • Suitable for all types of peer review • Review activities are added by third party, not researcher • Enables organizations to recognize peer review activities • Allows researchers to keep track of their own reviews 135,000+ reviews added to ORCID records to date http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf ORCID PEER REVIEW FUNCTIONALIT
  17. 17. • Collect reviewers’ iDs and biographical information • Display reviewers’ iDs • Connect review activity data to reviewers’ ORCID records • Synchronize your system's data with reviewers' records Only available with API 2.0 https://members.orcid.org/api/ workflow/peer-review http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf HOW IT WORKS:
 ORGANIZATIONS
  18. 18. • Sign up for an ORCID iD • Authenticate ORCID iD when prompted • Authorize reviewing organization to read/update record • Select preferred visibility setting for review data http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf HOW IT WORKS:
 RESEARCHERS
  19. 19. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
 (BLIND REVIEW)
  20. 20. F1000 EXAMPLE (OPEN REVIEW)
  21. 21. PUBLONS EXAMPLE

  22. 22. PUBLONS EXAMPLE
 850 Publons users export 3,500 reviews to ORCID each week!
  23. 23. • Community Working Group launched September 2016 • Consultant appointed January 2016 • Report and recommendations available July 2017 • Community feedback and input welcome! http://ands.org.au/newsletters/share_issue18.pdf ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFL
  24. 24. ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFLOW: BENEFITS • Matching authors across book and journal systems • Simplifying sign-on into systems • Improved discovery, citation, and marketing • Benefits in peer review • Empowering semantic systems
  25. 25. ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFLOW: CHALLENGES • Differences between book and journal workflows • And between different types of books workflows • Lack of awareness of ORCID in key disciplines • Dealing with backlist titles • Lack of ORCID integration in books systems (but…)
  26. 26. ORCID IN BOOKS WORKFLOW: RECOMMENDATIONS • Focus on author touchpoints and title management systems • Prioritize publishers already using ORCID for journals and/or that publish conference proceedings, major reference works • Collaborate with MLA Commons and others to build awareness/trust • Develop/expand partnerships with JSTOR, OCLC, ISNI etc • Share success stories!
  27. 27. Spend more time making contributions and less time managing them

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