ORCID Outreach Meeting, Fall 2014 (日本語)
4 November 2014, Tokyo, Japan
ORCID hosted its biannual Outreach Meeting on November 4, at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo, Japan. Links to the presentations from the event are provided below.
The event feautured how research organizations and universities, publishers, and professional societies in Asia are adopting ORCID, sharing lessons learned from implementations and plans for the future.
09:30 Check-in and coffee/tea
10:00 Welcome & opening remarks, Jun Adachi, NII Deputy Director General
11:15 Why ORCID? Perspectives from the Research Community
14:00 ORCID and researcher identifiers
ORCID is an international, non-proprietary, and interdisciplinary identifier for researchers, and can be linked with other local and national researcher identifiers, facilitating disambiguation and data sharing across systems. This panel will share how ORCID is being adopted to support researcher identification throughout Asia.
16:00 Effective practices for integrating ORCID identifiers
Universities and research institutes, professional societies, and national agencies are actively integrating ORCID into their systems. Panelists will share about their integration and outreach efforts and how ORCID is benefiting researcher and institutions.
17:30 Closing remarks and recap, Hideaki Takeda
Local program committee
We thank our dedicated Program Committee in Japan for their leadership in developing the meeting program and their help organizing meeting logistics:
Special thanks to our event sponsors. Their support enabled us to offer this event at no charge to all who attended.
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Special thanks to the National Institute of Informatics for hosting the event and helping us with arrangements!
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