ORCID Outreach Meeting - September 16, 2011, CERN, Switzerland
Name ambiguity and attribution are persistent, critical problems embedded in the scholarly research ecosystem. The Open Researcher & Contributor ID (ORCID) Initiative represents a community effort to establish an open, independent registry that is adopted and embraced as the industry’s de facto standard.
ORCID Outreach Meetings (formerly Participant Meetings) take place about twice a year. They are a unique opportunity to learn about the progress of the ORCID initiative in person and to discuss relevant issues with the community.
The September 2011 meeting was sponsored by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
We provided WebEx and dial-in capabilities for those who could not attend in-person.
- 10:00 Welcome and what’s new - Howard Ratner, ORCID Chair video | slides
10:30 What ORCID already does and will do next
Brian Wilson and Geoff Bilder for the Technical Working Group video | slides
- 11:00 Open Q&A on the above
11:30 Cool, but who’s going to pay for that
Craig Van Dyck and Ed Pentz for the Business Working Group video | slides
- 12:00 Open Q&A on the above
- 12:30 Lunch
- 13:30 ORCID and me: synergies - Each followed by animated discussion with the audience
- ORCID and researchers - Jan Brase, DataCite video | slides
- ORCID and data - Cameron Neylon, STFC video
- ORCID and funding agencies - Carlos Morais-Pires, European Commission video | slides
- 15:00 Coffee break
- 15:30 Continuation of the above
ORCID and your university library
Consol Garcia, Biblioteca del Campus del Baix Llobregat video | slides
- ORCID and your repository - Najko Jahn, Universität Bielefeld video
ORCID and your journal
Brian Hole - Ubiquity Press video
- 17:00 - 18:30 Visit CERN (up to 80 people)
For questions about this or any other ORCID event, please contact [email protected].