2016 ORCID Toronto Workshop

We are delighted to announce that we will be holding our first ORCID workshop in Canada on Tuesday May 17 at the University of Toronto Chestnut Conference Center. The theme of the meeting is "ORCID and the Research Lifecycle", with talks on ORCID APIs, research information interoperability, and ORCID at scale, and panel conversations on ORCID in research workflows and platform integrations. There will be ample opportunity for networking and Q&A, including a closing reception.  We look forward to seeing you in Toronto!

Programme Committee:
 
AGENDA:

08:30  Registration and light refreshments

09:00  Welcome (Alan Darnell - University of Toronto, Laure Haak - ORCID)

09:15  Enabling information interoperability with identifiers (Laure Haak - ORCID)

10:00  What is the ORCID API and what you can do with it? (Robert Peters - ORCID)

10:30  Moderated Q & A (Moderator: Pat Moore - Carleton University)

10:45  Break

11:00 ORCID identifiers in research workflows (Moderator: Ed Pentz, ORCID Board Chair)

12:30  Lunch (sponsored by Elsevier)

13:30  ORCID in platform research lifecycle products (Moderator: Matthew Buys - ORCID)

14:30  Break

14:45  Small group table discussions

  • Funders
  • Academic / Research Institutions
  • Publishers 
  • Repositories 
  • Technical Implementation
  • Consortium Approaches 

15:45  Small group summaries and Q&A

16:15 ORCID at Scale: Approaches to Adoption and Implementation (Laura Paglione - ORCID)

17:00 Reception (sponsored by Digital Science)

 

We would like to thank our sponsors for their support