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The Org ID Project - Crossref LIVE South Africa

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Vanessa Fairhurst talks about the Organisational Identifier project and what work has been done so far. Crossref LIVE local events in Pretoria and Cape Town, the 17th and 19th of April 2018.

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The Org ID Project - Crossref LIVE South Africa

  1. 1. Organizational Identifiers
  2. 2. The power of PIDs
  3. 3. We still have a problem
  4. 4. The problem:
  5. 5. The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref etc. Contributor identifiers: ORCID
  6. 6. The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref etc. Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers:
  7. 7. ISNI? Ringgold? FundRef? GRID? OrgRef? Open Corporates? LEI? The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref etc. Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers:
  8. 8. The problem: Content identifiers: DataCite Crossref etc. Contributor identifiers: ORCID Organisation identifiers:
  9. 9. There is a well documented need for a comprehensive, open, and accessible organisation identifier infrastructure.
  10. 10. “Stakeholders interviewed for this study typically described identifying organisations as “a nightmare.” —JISC/CASRAI Organisation ID study
  11. 11. Ed Pentz Patricia Cruse Laure Haak @HaakYak @epentz @trishacruse
  12. 12. Why Us?
  13. 13. • We all need Organisation Identifiers • We know the identifier space • We each represent a broad community • We are willing to take it on
  14. 14. Crossref - what do we want to achieve? • An open, community-governed, sustainable organization identifier registry • Address the scholarly affiliation use case for the research community - focus • Balance trust in governance, sustainability and operational efficiency • Add affiliations to the metadata members deposit with Crossref • Merge Open Funder Registry into the new registry Crossref - what do we want to achieve? • An open, community-governed, sustainable organization identifier registry • Address the scholarly affiliation use case for the research community • Balance trust in governance, sustainability and operational efficiency • Add affiliations to the metadata members deposit with Crossref • Merge Open Funder Registry into the new registry
  15. 15. What has been done?
  16. 16. Work so far… • Gathered together work from CASRAI, Jisc, NISO, ODIN, RDA & THOR. • Assembled illustrative use cases • Community feedback at CNI and Force11 workshops • Consulted with other players in the organisation identity space • Talked with our respective members. • Sessions at Pidapalooza conference November 2016 and January 2018
  17. 17. Requirements: 1. Technical 2. Organizational
  18. 18. “But aren’t organisation identifiers easier than identifiers for people?” (cue laughter)
  19. 19. • Merge • Split • Have Aliases (e.g. “Trade Name”) • Die (e.g. bankruptcy) • Be Reborn (e.g. emerge from bankruptcy) • Have Sub organisations • Have Affiliated organisations Organisations do irritating things like….
  20. 20. Harvard University
  21. 21. Membership Membership Harvard University
  22. 22. Subscriptions Subscriptions Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library
  23. 23. 128.103.*.* 131.142.*.* 140.247.*.* 207.86.182.* 134.174.4.* -- 134.174.7.* 134.174.14.* -- 134.174.17.* 134.174.140.* -- 134.174.174.* 134.174.178.* -- 134.174.191.* 134.174.193.* 199.94.0.* -- 199.94.47.* 212.171.47.146 Subscriptions Subscriptions
  24. 24. Legal Entity Legal Entity President & Fellows of Harvard College
  25. 25. Affiliations Affiliations Harvard University - Berkman Center for Internet & Society
  26. 26. What is an “organisation”?
  27. 27. Framing principles • Support reliable, open, permanent, and unambiguous identification of organizations with whom researchers are affiliated • Will not be limited by institutional, stakeholder, business, geographic, or national boundaries. • Participation in the registry and access to its services will be based on transparent and non-discriminatory terms of use. • The identifier and metadata supporting the disambiguation of organizations will be available as Open Data.
  28. 28. Framing principles • Sustainable business model based on revenue generation consistent with its mission to ensure its long-term stability. • All software developed for the registry will be publicly released under an Open Source Software license approved by the Open Source Initiative. • For the software it adopts, the initiative will prefer Open Source. • The registry will be governed by representatives from a broad cross-section of stakeholders drawn from the community, the majority not-for-profit organizations.
  29. 29. Organization ID Working Group • Christopher Brown, Jisc • John Chodacki, California Digital Library • Laura Cox, Ringgold • Trisha Cruse, DataCite • Tim Devenport, Editeur • Mike Frame, U.S. Geological Survey • Danny Goroff, Sloan Foundation • Laure Haak, ORCID • Christina Hoppermann, Springer Nature • Andres Mori, Digital Science • Ed Pentz, Crossref • Paul Peters, Hindawi Publishing • Andrew Pitts, The IP Registry • Erin Robinson, Foundation for Earth Sciences • Arthur Smith, American Physical Society • Thomas Vestdam, Elsevier • Simeon Warner, Cornell University https://orcid.org/content/organization-identifier-working-group
  30. 30. Next steps •Steering group → Interim Executive Committee tasked with developing a proposal for launching the initiative •Interim Community Governing Council set up •Proposals to finalize the host organization •ORCID, DataCite and Crossref now discussing detailed proposals - Onyar is the working name
  31. 31. Thank You!

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