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Linking Faculty Publication Data via ORCiD - January 30, 2017

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Linking Faculty Publication Data via ORCiD - January 30, 2017
Series Title:
ORCiD slides introduced at February 2017 SCORS mtg.
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Smith, Plato
Norton, Hannah
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Gainesville, FL
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George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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English
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Training Workshop

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Data management
Data curation
Training

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Data Management Training on ORCID.

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LINKING FACULTY PUBLICATION DATA VIA ORCIDPlato Smith, Data Management Librarian p lato.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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Grants http://orcid.org/0000000227533881 Repositories Researcher Information Systems Manuscript submission Other identifiers Society membership Use your ORCID iD!Manuscript submissionGrant applicationsProfessional society membershipLink with other identifiers & profilesDisplay 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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References1.Australian Access Federation. (nd). ORCID Resources. Retrieved January 26, 2017 from https:// aaf.edu.au/orcid/resources.html .2.myUFL Basics. (2016). Web Simulation and Instruction Guides. Adding an ORCID to a Directory Profile in myUFL. Retrieved January 26, 2017 from http://hr.ufl.edu/learn grow/just in time training/myufl toolkits/myufl basics / 3.ORCID. (nd). Integrators. Retrieved January 26, 2017 from https:// orcid.org/organizations/integrators 4.ORCID. (nd). Member Support Center. Outreach Resources. Retrieved January 26, 2017 from https:// members.orcid.org/outreach resources 5.ORCID. (2016). Spreading the ORCID Word: ORCID Communications Webinar. Accessed via http:// www.slideshare.net/ORCIDSlides 6.ORCID. (2015). What is ORCID? https:// vimeo.com/97150912 7.Norton, H. (2017). Research Data Management at UF: Home LibGuide. Retrieved January 26, 2017 from http:// guides.uflib.ufl.edu/c.php?g=147756&p=966316 8.ORCID. (2017). Distinguish yourself in three easy steps. Retrieved January 26, 2017 from https://orcid.org / 9.ResearcherID. (2017). Retrieved January 26, 2017 from http://wokinfo.com/researcherid /

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Christine Fruin | christine.ross@ufl.edu Scholarly Communications Librarian Plato Smith | plato.smith@ufl.edu Data Management Librarian Data Management and Curation Working Group datamgmt l@lists.ufl.edu Contact Information