Recorded on September 12. This webinar covers an overview of the ORCID US Community and snapshot of ORCID across the globe, featuring case studies of ORCID adoption and integration from Boston College, Cornell University, New York University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of Virginia. For more info on the ORCID US Community, visit http://orcid-us.org.
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is an is an open, non-profit, community-driven initiative to create and maintain a global registry of unique identifiers for individual researchers. ORCID provides a framework for trustworthy identity management by linking research contributions and related activities across the scholarly communication ecosystem. Individuals can obtain a unique ORCID iD for free. ORCID iDs serve as digital identifiers that distinguish individual researchers from other researchers and enables them to manage their records. Organizations can integrate ORCID into digital platforms and workflows to reduce administrative burden and connect ORCID iD records with institutional repositories, publishing platforms, HR systems, grant applications, and more. This webinar will explore the benefits that ORCID provides for both individual researchers and organizations, with a focus on how research institutions can get involved and benefit from ORCID in the scholarly communication ecosystem.
Understand the benefits of ORCID for research institutions
Identify ways that ORCID could be used to streamline processes in local systems and workflows
Conceptualize a plan for local adoption of ORCID, with knowledge of where to go to find more information
Instructor: Sheila Rabun
Sheila Rabun is the ORCID US Community Specialist at LYRASIS, providing consulting, community, and technical support for over 95 ORCID member institutions in the United States. Prior to joining LYRASIS and the ORCID US program, Sheila worked extensively within academic libraries. She previously served as the Digital Project Manager and Interim Director of the University of Oregon Libraries' Digital Scholarship Center, overseeing all aspects of the Libraries' digital collections, including digital production and metadata, institutional repository management, platform development, and digital scholarship project collaborations with faculty, students, and other stakeholders.