ORCID Mandate Trial at Springer Nature

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In this guest post, Elisa De Ranieri (Head of Editorial Process and Data Analytics, Nature Journals) and Alison Mitchell (Chief Publishing Adviser, Springer Nature, and ORCID Board member) share the results of Springer Nature’s 2017 trial requiring ORCID iDs for corresponding authors of 46 journals.

 

Create a sustainable research portfolio with ORCID

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This guest post, by Andrew Dunning (a lecturer in the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, Canada) explains in simple terms why researchers would want an ORCID record, how best to set one up, and what you can then do with it.

More ORCID Outreach Resources!

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Following the launch of our new resources in October, we are pleased to announce that more outreach materials are now available, as well as sharing our assessment on the use and impact of the resources to date, in this post by Laura Wilkinson, whose position as ORCID Education & Outreach Specialist from March 2017 - January 2018 was funded by the Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust.

Building Community through Partnership - the ORCID US Community Consortium

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We are delighted to announce the formation of a partnership of US ORCID consortia, led by LYRASIS, to support ORCID communication, adoption and implementation at participating US institutions.

Next Steps for the Organization ID Initiative: Report from the Stakeholder Meeting

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Stakeholders met on 22 January to discuss the organization identifier initiative.  They established an interim governing body and asked ORCID, DataCite, and Crossref to draft a proposal describing governance and qualifications for partners and registry hosting.

Announcing the Winners of the First ORCID Consortia Awards

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One of the highlights of our first consortia workshop was the opportunity to recognize the great work that our consortia partners have been doing to promote ORCID adoption in their region. Here we share the awards made to five consortia who have gone above and beyond in their support for ORCID.

Five Key Takeaways from ORCID's First Consortia Workshop

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Our first-ever consortia workshop was attended by representatives from almost all our current consortia lead organizations, as well as several prospective consortia. Read all about it here!

 

ORCID Rising in the Middle East and Africa

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Read about some of the important recent developments with the adoption and implementation of ORCID in national and regional research infrastructure in the Middle East & Africa in this post by MEA Member Support Specialist, Gabriela Mejias.

Celebrating Collect & Connect: Progress to Date

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Our community team focused a lot of their efforts on working with members on our Collect & Connect program last year. Find out about our progress in today’s post - and watch for more updates throughout 2018!

 

ORCID Plans For 2018: Rolling Out Our Core Strategies

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Happy New Year!  What are our resolutions for the new year?  Implementing the first phase of our strategic plan, which in 2018 focus on funders and funding workflows: make it easier for researchers to share information, ORBIT the world with funders, build out our data model to support affiliation assertions, and enable auto-population of standard fields on funding application forms. Join us on the journey!

 

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