ORCID Principles

ORCID Principles

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Martin Fenner

April 01, 2012
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  1. Martin Fenner Department of Hematology, Hemostaseology, Oncology and Stem Cell

    Transplantation Introduction to ORCID and Author Identifiers http://www.flickr.com/photos/runesteiness/4983827599/
  2. Initiative started in December 2009 with Business, Technical and Outreach

    Working Groups formed in early 2010. Launched as non-profit organization with a Board of Directors in September 2010. Launch of service planned for 2012.
  3. http://www.orcid.org/principles ORCID Principles http://www.flickr.com/photos/kusamakura/2537145951/

  4. ORCID will work to support the creation of a permanent,

    clear and unambiguous record of scholarly communication by enabling reliable attribution of authors and contributors. ➀
  5. ? Other ? Other Other ID Researcher Other ID Researcher

    Researcher ORCID Scholarly Record researchers 㲗scientific contributions Publication CrossRef DOI Data DataCite DOI 01001001101010101011 10110010101010101010 10101010100101010100 10101010101010101010 10100000101111110101 01000101010100010010 01001001001010010010 00100100100100100100 10010100100111100100 ? Patents Grants Clinical Trials … Other Discovery Evaluation
  6. Discovery

  7. What other papers were published by co- authors of this

    paper? Discovery
  8. What other papers were published by co- authors of this

    paper? What datasets were made available by this research project? Discovery
  9. What other papers were published by co- authors of this

    paper? What datasets were made available by this research project? What are the open access papers we published last year? Discovery
  10. What other papers were published by co- authors of this

    paper? What datasets were made available by this research project? What are the open access papers we published last year? What papers about a particular topic were published in our country last year? Discovery
  11. Evaluation

  12. What is the scholarly record of this job applicant? Evaluation

  13. What is the scholarly record of this job applicant? What

    was the research output of our institution last year? Evaluation
  14. What is the scholarly record of this job applicant? What

    was the research output of our institution last year? What papers were published as a result of our funding? Evaluation
  15. What is the scholarly record of this job applicant? What

    was the research output of our institution last year? What papers were published as a result of our funding? How often were the papers cited that we published? Evaluation
  16. ORCID will transcend discipline, geographic, national and institutional boundaries. ➁

  17. ORCID F67572010 ? http://www.slideshare.net/hratner/orcid-update-aap-psp-annual- meeting-february-2011

  18. Participation in ORCID is open to any organization that has

    an interest in scholarly communications. ➂
  19. ORCID Participants by Country 197 Participants as of March 23,

    2011 ORCID Participants by Country United States 81 United Kingdom 39 Germany 17 Australia 7 Canada 5 Spain 5
  20. Other (3 %) Government (4 %) Assoc/Society (13%) Non−Profit (14%)

    Corporate (15%) Publisher (16%) Academic (36%) ORCID Participants by Organization Type
  21. Access to ORCID services will be based on transparent and

    non-discriminatory terms posted on the ORCID website. ➃
  22. Researchers will be able to create, edit, and maintain an

    ORCID ID and profile free of charge. Researchers will control the defined privacy settings of their own ORCID profile data. ➄ ➅
  23. None
  24. All profile data contributed to ORCID by researchers or claimed

    by them will be available in standard formats for free download (subject to the researchers' own privacy settings) that is updated once a year and released under the CC0 waiver. ➆
  25. Would ORCID profile information be valuable if not free and

    open? n=120 circa n=45 circa n=119 circa NO YES POSSIBLY ORCID Survey October 2010
  26. All software developed by ORCID will be publicly released under

    an Open Source Software license approved by the Open Source Initiative. For the software it adopts, ORCID will prefer Open Source. ➇
  27. ORCID plans to license Researcher ID software from Thomson Reuters

    First version would be based on that software Disambiguation service would be added as next step No decision yet when production system will be launched
  28. None
  29. ORCID identifiers and profile data (subject to privacy settings) will

    be made available via a combination of no charge and for a fee APIs and services. Any fees will be set to ensure the sustainability of ORCID as a not-for-profit, charitable organization focused on the long- term persistence of the ORCID system. ➈
  30. Collected $245,000 from 44 organizations in sponsorship drive December 2010

    - March 2011 Grant from Mellon Foundation to explore business models for academic institutions March - September 2011 Membership fees planned for 2012 Gap funding required to pay for startup development in 2011-2012
  31. ORCID will be governed by representatives from a broad cross-section

    of stakeholders, the majority of whom are not-for-profit, and will strive for maximal transparency by publicly posting summaries of all board meetings and annual financial reports. ➉
  32. Current Board of Directors

  33. This presentation can be copied and distributed provided that proper

    credit is given.