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Improve discovery with identifiers (DOI & ARCID) and digital archives

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Improve discovery with identifiers (DOI & ARCID) and digital archives
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Florida Online Journals Publishers Round Table
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Stapleton, Suzanne
Ritenour, Mark
Smith, Plato
Shorey, Christy
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University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries
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Presentations made at Fall 2018 Florida Online Journals Publishers Round Table held in Marston Science Library on October 25, 2018.
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Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Suzanne Stapleton.

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Improve discovery with identifiers (DOI & ORCID) and Digital ArchivesFlorida Online Journals Publishers Round TableOctober 25, 2018 George A. Smathers Libraries

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Celebrate Open Access Week October 2228, 2018

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Library Publishing Program University of Florida Press Florida Academic Library Services Cooperative, FALSC

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Florida Online Journals Publishers Round TableFoster an interdisciplinary community of practice for UF scholarsProvide affordable digital publishing platformUF Florida OJ Service Team Partnership with FALSCMeetings once each semesterLibGuide for introduction and resources

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Publishing Platforms in UseOJS 44% Digital Commons 41% Other platforms: dSPACE WordPress 15%Library Publishing Coalition Directory 2018

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Digital Archives of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society and the Florida Online Journal

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From Paper to Computer Format1999 First Citrus Box Tax grant to create a website to host various citrus related information2002 Second Citrus Box Tax grant to digitize and post on the Internet some of the citrus related papers from the annual proceedings of the FSHS 2005 Third Citrus Box Tax that lead to digitizing the complete FSHS proceedings collection

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Just before the 2008 Redesign

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2008 Redesign

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2012 Redesign

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Current Status

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Transitioning from FSHS to FOJProblems hosing pdf file on the FSHS website Compatibility challenges with different web browsers Need better indexing for wider distribution2015 Began considering use of FOJ2016 Decision to test possible migration to the FOJ2017 Signed contract with CABI International to host and index the FSHS proceeding through their service2018 Spring semester graduate intern Hannah Toombs edited and proofed metadata from 2000 to 2014

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Thank You! http://www.fshs.org/

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WHAT IS ORCID ?Plato Smith, Data Management Librarian Florida Online Journals Publishers Round Table Thursday, October 25, 2018, 3:00 pm 4:00 pm Marston Science Library, Room L136, 3pm 4pm plato.smith@ufl.edu

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WHAT IS ORCID?ORCID is an open, not for profit organization run by and for the research community We provide researchers with a unique identifier, an ORCID iD, that reliably and clearly connects them with their research contributions and affiliations ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)

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Benefits to you?Improves discoverabilityConnects your workEliminates name ambiguityStays with you throughout your career What is ORCID?Unique, persistent identifier for researchers & scholarsNon profit organization supporting linkages between systems Getyour free ORCID iD at http://orcid.org

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Email check Name check Email displayed if public on record 1.Registering for an iDSelf -registration only1.orcid.org/register2.Less than 30 seconds Duplicate filters

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ADDINGORCID TO YOUR UF DIRECTORY PROFILE

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Finding ORCiD Record Holders at your institutionSearch by email domainSearch by name and DOISearch by affiliationRequest statistics by email domainufl.edu (total to date) = 5406 as of 20181001 https://members.orcid.org/ap i/resources/find myresearchers Search for ORCiD Records via the APIORCID Registry enables users to provide their iDs to organization using OauthEnsures correct iD is collected for each researcherTwo legged authorization https ://members.orcid.org/ap i/oauth/2legged oauth

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ADDORCID TO YOUROJS DIRECTORY PROFILE Input field to add ORCID to OJS Directory Profile

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ORCID integration with OSF (Open Science Framework) and Zenodo

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ORCID for researcher with content deposited in Zenodo

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ORCIDs linked to DOIs in the Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) Data Archive Note: Data Seal of Approval and OAIS compliant

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Grants http://orcid.org/0000000227533881 Repositories Researcher Information Systems Manuscript submission Other identifiers Society membership Use your ORCID iD! Manuscript submission Grant applications Professional society membership Link with other identifiers & profiles Display on your CV, web page, and moreIt takes 30 seconds to claim your ORCID iD at http://orcid.org/

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Workflows and Integration PointsCreate ORCID iDsORCID as an alternative sign in optionEarly adopters Zenodo (public API) PLOS (ARIES Editorial Manager) Sciencematters ORCID enabled systemsSupport for OCRID in CRIS Systems Support for ORCID in Publishing SystemsSupport for ORCID in Repository Systems

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Desgnate levels of access and link works across publication systems

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Future plansContinue to develop outreach and trainingDevelop an ORCID resolution policyExplore ORCID API integrations Current outcomesAcquired ORCID premium consortium membershipDeveloped introductory ORCID news brief across select audiencesDeveloped ORCID LibGuide and training workshop

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UF ETDs IR@UF Florida OJS UF/IFAS EDIS myUFL UFIRST Potential future ORCID API integrations steps to common integration points 1. System setup ORCIDs, authorization, access tokens 2. Authenticate iDs 3. Display iDs 4. Collect data 5. Connect data 6. Synchronize ORCID records within systems https:// members.orcid.org/api/workfl ow/RIM systems

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References1.Australian Access Federation. (nd). ORCID Resources. Retrieved October 24, 2018 from https:// aaf.edu.au/orcid/resources.html .2.GreyNet. (2018). Grey Literature Network Service. Researchers linked to Research Output. Retrieved October 25, 2018 from http:// greynet.org/dansdataarchive/researchers.html 3.ORCID. (nd). Integrators. Retrieved October 24, 2018 from https:// orcid.org/organizations/integrators 4.ORCID. (nd). Member Support Center. Outreach Resources. Retrieved October 24, 2018 from https:// members.orcid.org/outreach resources 5.ORCID. ( nd ). Finding ORCiD Record Holders at Your Institution. https:// members.orcid.org/api/resources/find myresearchers 6.ORCID. (2015). What is ORCID? https:// vimeo.com/97150912 7.Norton, H. (2017). Research Data Management at UF: Home LibGuide. Retrieved October 24, 2018 from http:// guides.uflib.ufl.edu/c.php?g=147756&p=966316 8.ORCID. (2017). Distinguish yourself in three easy steps. Retrieved October 25, 2018 from https://orcid.org /

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Plato Smith | plato.smith@ufl.edu Data Management Librarian Data Management and Curation Working Group datamgmt l@lists.ufl.edu Contact Information

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Digital Object IdentifiersAssigning and registering DOIs to articles in OJS journals

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What is a DOI? Digital Object IdentifierIs a string of numbers, letters and symbolsIs used to permanently identify an object (article or document), not a locationWill always refer to that object, and only that oneMust be registered

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Set -Up Suffix Pattern

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Annual Review Meeting

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Contact InformationMark Ritenour UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences ritenour@ufl.edu Plato Smith, Data Management Librarian plato.smith@ufl.edu Christy Shorey Institutional Repository Manager chrshor@uflib.ufl.edu Suzanne Stapleton, UF Florida Online Journals Service Team Lead suzanne@ufl.edu

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ResourcesPublishing with Florida OJ LibGuide http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/ floridaoj Institutional Repository at UF http:// ufdc.ufl.edu / ufirg Public Knowledge Project Open Journal Systems School ORCiD http:// cms.uflib.ufl.edu / scholcomm /ORCID