2018 ORCID Consortium Workshop

On January 17-18, ORCID is hosting our first-ever consortium workshop at Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) in Lisbon, Portugal. The purpose of this workshop is to share experiences and build community among our consortia.

Consortia provide regional context to the adoption of ORCID and global capacity to scale implementation. Consortia are essential to our mission. Ultimately – through effective use of ORCID – our goal is to improve how research information is shared.

We look forward to seeing you in Lisbon!

Please note that participation in this event is by invitation only.

Location

Congress Centre
Avenida do Brasil, 101
1700-066 Lisbon
Portugal

January 17 Program

0830    Registration

0900    Welcome and Introductions Alice Meadows iD (ORCID) and Matthew Buys iD (ORCID)

1000    Setting the Stage: A Short History of ORCID Consortia Laure Haak iD (ORCID) and Josh Brown iD (ORCID)

1030    Oceans Apart: Building Consortia in the UK, US, and New Zealand Neil Jacobs iD (Jisc), other speakers TBC

1100    Discussion moderated by Linda O’Brien (Griffith University)

1130    Break

1200    Engaging Researchers Elleina Filippi iD (Australian Access Federation), Paul Vierkant iD (Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft), other speakers TBC

1230    Discussion moderated by Katrine Weisteen Bjerde iD (CRIStin)

1300    Lunch with your regional ORCID team

1400    Sessions by Participant Recommendation (topics to be confirmed, based on attendee suggestions; see registration form for more details)

1515    Coffee break

1530    Building a Community of Practice: The “ORCID Lifestyle” Joao Mendes Moreira iD (FCT), Jason Gush iD (Royal Society Te Apārangi), Paola Gargiulo iD (CINECA), Clare Appavoo (Canadian Research Knowledge Network)

1615    Discussion moderator TBC

1700    Wrap Up: Linda O’Brien iD (Griffith University), Clifford Tatum iD (SURFmarket), other speakers TBC

1745    Reception and Poster Session and light buffet dinner

 

January 18 Program

0900-1200: Open Conversations with ORCID staff and consortia leads (sign up during registration)

 

Thank you to our co-host for making this event possible.

 

Questions? Please contact our events coordinator Stephanie Harley at s.harley (at) orcid.org.