ORCID: Connecting Research &
Researchers
Michael Ladisch
Bibliographic Services Librarian / ORCID Ambassador
University College Dublin
[email protected]
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0124-5582
@MichaelUCDLib
Contact Info: p. +353-01-716-7530, a. UCD Library, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
orcid.org
What is ORCID?
https://orcid.org
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What is ORCID ?
ORCID (“orkid”)
= Open Researcher and Contributor ID
NOT:
“ORCID is like a DOI for researchers.”
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What is ORCID ?
The ORCID Organization
• Non-profit, nonproprietary, open, and
community-driven
• Global, interdisciplinary
• Supported by the
membership of
organizations using the
ORCID API
 Funding organizations
 Professional societies
 Universities & research
institutes
 Publishers
The ORCID
• Unique, persistent
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identifier for researchers &
scholars
Free to researchers
Can be used throughout
one’s career, across
professional activities,
disciplines, nations &
languages
Embedded into workflows
& metadata
API enables
interoperability between
siloed systems
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Benefits
The research community has lacked the ability to link
researchers with their professional activities.
As a researcher, you want to
• eliminate name ambiguity, distinguishing you
from other researchers and ensuring proper
attribution.
• ensure your work is discoverable and
connected to you throughout your career;
• minimize the time you spend entering repetitive
data online
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Common Names
“Estimates by China's Ministry of Public Security
suggest that more than 1.1 billion people —
around 85% of China's population — share just
129 surnames. Problems with abbreviations,
ordering of given names and surnames and
inconsistent journal practices heighten the
confusion.”
http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080213/full/451766a.html
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Common Names
Half of the population on
the Korean peninsula share
the three most common
surnames (Kim, Lee, Park)
P. Ghosh: International Business Times online, 15th
Nov. 2013
Different writing systems
Spanish names:
Alejandro Rodríguez de la
Peña y de Ybarra
What is first name and what
are the surnames?
http://yuba.stanford.edu/~molinero/html/surname.h
tml
And in Ireland:
How many people with the
name Murphy, Kelly or
O’Sullivan do you know?
http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/genealogy/the10-most-popular-irish-last-names-98012749237788291.html
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Multiple Names Variations
An illustrative example:
Jens Åge Smærup Sørensen
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J. Å. S. Sørensen
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J. Åge S. Sørensen
• J. Åge Smærup Sørensen
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J. Aa. S. Sørensen
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J. Aage S. Sørensen
• J. Aage Smaerup Sørensen
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J. Å. S. Sorensen
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J. Åge S. Sorensen
• J. Åge Smarup Sorensen
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J. Aa. S. Sorensen
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J. Aage S. Sorensen
• J. Aage Smarup Sorensen
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J. Å. S. Soerensen
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J. Åge S. Soerensen
• J. Åge Smaerup Soerensen
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J. Aa. S. Soerensen
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J. Aage S. Soerensen
• J. Aage Smaerup Soerensen
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Jens Å. S. Sørensen
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Jens Åge S. Sørensen
• Jens Åge Smærup Sørensen
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Jens Aa. S. Sørensen
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Jens Aage S. Sørensen
• Jens Aage Smaerup Sørensen
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Jens Å. S. Sorensen
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Jens Åge S. Sorensen
• Jens Åge Smarup Sorensen
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Jens Aa. S. Sorensen
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Jens Aage S. Sorensen
• Jens Aage Smarup Sorensen
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Jens Å. S. Soerensen
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Jens Åge S. Soerensen
• Jens Åge Smærup Soerensen
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Jens Aa. S. Soerensen
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Jens Aage S. Soerensen
• Jens Aage Smaerup Soerensen
And on and on it goes …
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Name Changes
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Many different research outputs
Funding
Grants
Contracts
Seed Funding
Coop Agreements
Service Activities
Peer Review
Working Groups
Leadership Positions
Training and Mentoring
Affiliations
Employer
Professional Associations
People
Team
Collaborations
Trainees
Publications
Journal Articles
Books
Patents
Legal Briefs
Algorithms
Software Code
idea
Datasets
Physical Objects
Electronic Files
Protein Structures
Genetic Sequences
Impacts
Policy
Legal
Health
Environment
Education
Product Development
Spin Off
Workforce
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Facilitating interoperable
exchange of information
The ORCID API
enables the exchange
of information
between systems:
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Grants
Repositories
Less time re-keying
Improved data
Easier maintenance
Better sharing
across systems
Researcher
Information
Systems
Publishers
Society
membership
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Other
identifiers
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ORCID Registration
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Sample ORCID record
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Register for an
• Take 30 seconds
to register at
https://orcid.org
• Free to
researchers
• Individual controls
privacy at the item
level
The ORCID
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0124-5582
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Add education & employment history
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Link to past works
• Use the multiple ORCID
search and link wizards
to connect your works
to your ORCID record.
• Following linking, these
records will appear in
your ORCID record
with no data entry by
you
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Link to past works
Users can link to past
works in a number of
databases, including:
Scopus
ResearcherID/WOS
Uberresearch
Europe PubMed
Central
• DataCite
• figshare
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Manually add works
Some of your works
may not be included in
the search results to
link.
You can add them to
your ORCID record
manually.
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Adoption and Integration
ORCID has issued over 750,000 iDs
since our launch in October 2012.
Integration and use is international.
800,000
Repositories
& Profile Sys
12%
Associations
15%
Funders
7%
700,000
Universities
& Research
Orgs
39%
600,000
Over 140 members, from every
sector of the international
research community
500,000
Creator
400,000
300,000
Publishing
27%
Website
Trusted party
AsiaPac
15%
200,000
EMEA
35%
100,000
Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr
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Americas
50%
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ORCID & Funders
 Funding organizations are
requesting ORCID iDs
 Funders have the potential to
capture ORCID information to
improve grant submission
process for researchers
http://biomedicalresearchworkforce.nih.gov/tracking-system.htm#d
“Greater precision and transparency of the
research outputs linked to a particular
funder or grant is vital to help us better
understand the impact of our funding.”
Liz Allen, Head of Evaluation, Wellcome Trust
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9298-3168
“Where possible, it is also recommended that
contributors be uniquely identifiable, and data
uniquely attributable, through identifiers which
are persistent, non-proprietary, open and
interoperable (e.g. through leveraging existing
sustainable initiatives such as ORCID for
contributor identifiers and DataCite for data
identifiers).”
European Commission H2020 Grantee Guidelines
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/grants_ma
nual/hi/oa_pilot/h2020-hi-oa-pilot-guide_en.pdf
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ORCID & Funders
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NIH
DOE, Office of Scientific & Technical Information (OSTI)
FDA
Autism Speaks
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Wellcome Trust
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) (UK)
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) (Portugal)
Japan Science & Technology Agency (JST)
National Institute of Informatics (NII), Japan
Swedish Research Foundation
Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF)
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ORCID & Publishers
Publishers
are now
requesting
ORCID iDs
in manuscript
submission
Data then
flows into
search tools
like PubMed,
Scopus, and
WOS
Works are discoverable—
and distinguishable from
others—by iD, not just
name
ORCID iD is
a part of the
metadata—in
addition to
the author’s
name
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ORCID & Publishers
Thousands of journals
now request the
ORCID iD
Publishers include:
• Elsevier
• Cambridge UP
• Nature
• Oxford UP
• PLOS
• PNAS
• Wiley
• Hindawi
• APS
• ACS
• MLA
And many more. . . .
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Recognizing reviewer service
• Acknowledge Peer
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Reviewers
Link Authors, Reviewers,
Members, and Meeting
Participants
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How are
Universities/
Research
Institutes
Integrating?
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Researcher Information Systems
Institutional Repositories
Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETDs)
Campus directories (LDAP)
Record creation for faculty and students
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Member institutions
U.S. Institutions
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Boston
Brown
Caltech
Carnegie Mellon
Cornell
Harvard
MIT
MSKCC
Notre Dame
NYU Langone Medical Center
Penn State
Purdue
Stony Brook
Texas A&M
University of Colorado
University of Kansas
University of Michigan
University of Missouri
University of Washington
University of Virginia
Worldwide
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Cambridge
CERN
Chinese Academy of Sciences
European Bioinformatics Institutes
(EMBL-EBI)
Consorcio Madroño
Glasgow
Korea Institute of Science &
Technology Information (KISTI)
Oxford
Stockholm
University College London
University of Hong Kong
University of Sydney
For more on university integrators see
http://orcid.org/organizations/researchorganizations
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Sample integrations
Adoption & Integration
Program (U.S.)
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Repositories
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SfN—membership management
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Boston University—Profiles
Cornell—VIVO
Texas A&M—Vireo ETD workflow, record
creation for grad students
U Colorado—FIS
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Aston University—CRIS & HR
Imperial College—CRIS
University of York—CRIS, ePrints, enabling
tracking , outreach
Institutional repositories & ETDs
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Multi-faceted integrations
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Researcher Information Systems
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Researcher Information Systems
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Professional Societies
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U [email protected]/Mospace
Notre Dame—Hydra Plug-in
Purdue—HUBzero
Reactome—integration into international
biological pathways knowledge center
Jisc-ARMA projects (UK)
University of Kent—ETDs, institutional
repository, outreach to early career
researchers
Southampton University—institution-wide roll
out and ePrints integration
Swansea University—institutional repository,
CRIS, & HR; facilitating longitudinal tracking of
post-graduate researchers (PGRs)
Publishing
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University of Oxford—linking to university
profiles, in collaboration with CUP
Northumbria University—scholarly
publications, streamlining apps & tracking
http://orcidpilot.jiscinvolve.org/wp/
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ORCID and Bibliometrics
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ORCID & Bibliometrics
ORCID makes it easy to round up different
research outputs (articles, blogs, datasets
etc.)
Integrated in Web of Science
no integration in InCites (yet)
Integrated in Scopus
Integrated in ImpactStory (altmetrics)
Integrated in figshare
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ORCID & Bibliometrics
Web of Science
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ORCID & Bibliometrics
Scopus
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ORCID & Bibliometrics
ImpactStory
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ORCID Support at UCD
Library
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ORCID at UCD Library
• Currently the only ORCID “Ambassador” in
Ireland
• ORCID promotion in presentations to
research and research admin staff
• Presentation to Liaison Librarians
• ORCID slides/posters in Library
• ORCID LibGuide
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ORCID at UCD Library
http://libguides.ucd.ie/orcid
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ORCID at UCD Library
• Promotional “blitz” in March 2014
• Targeted emails to researchers
• Package with flyers/posters sent to
research administrators
• Library homepage
• Plasma screens
• Social media (Twitter, Facebook)
• Promotional video
(http://youtu.be/Mvpgpr5CSgo)
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ORCID at UCD Library
Success?
Hard to tell – ORCID IDs are personal
identifiers
Doubled the number of registrations with
UCD email extension – to ca. 600
Probably more, if personal email was used
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Using ORCID
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. . . in grant applications
Link grant
application to
ORCID identifier
Import information
from ORCID record
Funding organizations like the
Wellcome Trust and the U.S.
Department of Energy are now
requesting your ORCID iD during
grant submission.
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. . . in manuscript submission
Include your ORCID iD when
submitting a manuscript.Your
ORCID iD is attached to your
publication metadata, improving
discoverability.
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. . . Link to your datasets
You can now link
your ORCID iD with
your data, enabling
you to display your
datasets in your
ORCID profile.
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Display so people can find you
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Orgaisational membership
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ORCID Membership
Member organizations may use the member API to:
• Read information from an ORCID record
• Send data such as publications to ORCID records
• Integrate a search and link wizard to enable researchers
to connect with their works
• Link ORCID identifiers to other IDs and registry
systems
• Create ORCID records on behalf of employees or
affiliates
• Validate information in ORCID records
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ORCID Membership
• Complete information about membership available
at http://orcid.org/about/membership
• Standard
 One organization signs a member agreement
• Consortial
 One lead member organizes consortial
participants & technical support, all which are
listed in the lead agreement. Payment is per
participant, and multiple categories are
allowed w/n the consortium. Consortia of 5
or < receive 10% discount.
• National
Non-profit
organizations
receive a 20%
discount
 One lead member organizes recruitment &
tech support. Could include individual NP
universities, government institutions, and
other non-profit research-conducting
organizations.
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ORCID Ambassadors
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Organizational and individual volunteers who
support ORCID outreach activities
Work within their own networks to share
information about ORCID
Organize & lead ORCID presentations & posters
Provide leadership for organization or national
membership & integration
Promote and educate about ORCID
http://orcid.org/content/orcid-ambassadors-1
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ORCID Ambassadors
81 Ambassadors from 27 countries
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Resources
• Find out more at http://orcid.org
• Integrations at other institutions
• Use case examples
– http://orcid.org/organizations/institutions/usecases
• Record creation guide
– http://bit.ly/1gPloRC
• ORCID Ambassadors
– http://orcid.org/content/orcid-ambassadors-1
• Membership information
– http://orcid.org/about/membership
• Learn about tools to embed ORCID iDs at
 http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/
• Blog: http://orcid.org/about/news
• Twitter: @ORCID_Org
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Questions?
Michael Ladisch
[email protected]
@MichaelUCDLib
@ORCID_Org
Thanks to Rebecca Bryant at Orcid.org
for slide templates and part of the
content
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