Enabling Publication Workflows: Persistent identifiers in article submissions

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In this month's guest blog post, Alison O'Connell of Aries Systems, writes about publisher implementation of ORCID identifiers to ensure accurate author attribution.

ORCID at scale

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As ORCID adoption grows, its value becomes more clear in connecting, improving, and accelerating the flow of research and scholarly information. With more than 1.3M iDs issued and 200 live integrations, exciting new developments are leveraging the advantages of ORCID at scale, bringing the value of ORCID to whole countries.

ORCID Joint Statements launched in Australia

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In this month's guest blog post,  Natasha Simons, a Research Data Management Specialist with the Australian National Data Service and ORCID Ambassador, writes about the 14 April joint statement announced by the Australian university and funding sectors, to broadly embrace the use of ORCID as a common researcher identifier..


Introducing Doug Wright: Director of Membership

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When I learned about the interesting role of Director of Membership, I knew that serendipity was at play again. In my career, I have been fortunate to feel like I was in the right place at the right time, and this opportunity is exactly that.  Joining the ORCID team at such a pivotal time for the organization is exciting and I am proud to be part of an innovative and essential group in the community.  

ORCID Welcomes Two New Directors

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ORCID is delighted to announce new members of our team (h):  Alice Meadows is joining ORCID as our Communications Director and Douglas Wright as Membership Director.  

ORCID Receives a $3 Million Grant to Build International Engagement Capacity

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ORCID has been awarded an 18-month, $3 million grant by The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to develop the infrastructure and capacity to support international adoption and technical integration of ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor) identifiers, through staff expansion, regional workshops and localized member technical support.

Balancing innovation and stability in the ORCID API

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I’m often asked how ORCID manages to continually update the Registry to add new features, but still support the many enterprise-level systems owned and operated by ORCID Member organizations that use our APIs. The bottom line answer is flexibility. But, of course, it a bit more involved than that. Read this post to learn more about our process.

ORCID member support: Improving on excellence

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At every conference we go to - every workshop, every presentation - we will invariably get a comment about our support team. It usually goes something like this: "Your support team is so responsive! They get back to me right away, and thoroughly address my question. I really feel that ORCID is listening to my concerns." As a community driven organization, it is crucial that we have an excellent support team.  Your feedback is important to us, to ensure we are on track. Thank you, to all who have taken the time to send us your feedback on the responsiveness, thoroughness, and competency of our member services team, and kudos to Catalina Wilmers and Liz Krznarich.   

So, how do we make a good thing even better? Our latest innovation, the Member Support Center, at members.orcid.org.  Designed as a one-stop shop for ORCID implementation, the member support center combines our existing technical documentation with sector-specific workflow guides and planning and communication resources. In this post, I describe some of my favorite things about it.

Barcelona ORCID-CASRAI meeting in May: join us and submit a paper!

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ORCID hosts Outreach meetings twice a year.  This year we are mixing things up a little bit, and hosting a joint conference and codefest with CASRAI, one of our strategic partners. The meeting will be in Barcelona on May 18 and 19, kindly hosted by the University of Barcelona.  The conference theme is interoperability standards in research evaluation, with an emphasis on emerging practice in the humanities and social sciences.  We encourage practitioners, service providers and experts in the field to submit papers to share your work in this area, and in particular how you are using persistent identifiers, ontologies, and data exchange standards in evaluation practice.  If you are a coder interested in software interoperability, we invite you to register for the codefest

For more information, see the call for papers on our conference site. The submission deadline is March 15. Proposed papers and posters will be reviewed by our distinguished programme committee, chaired by David Baker (Executive Director, CASRAI) and Prof. Marta Soler Gallart (Professor, University of Barcelona and ORCID Board member).