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Lightning Talk

Description

In 2017 the University of Massachusetts Medical School became a member of ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) through a regional library consortium. Over the course of the year, the library made efforts to establish ORCID implementations with the institution’s faculty profile system. However, progress was insufficient by the end of the year to warrant membership renewal. In this lightning talk, we will discuss our efforts to get ORCID off the ground and the positive lessons we learned in the process.

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This proposal would contribute to the understanding of what ORCID is, its benefits and challenges, and the issues involved in implementing a technical program in collaboration with other campus departments.

Type of Library

Special Library; University Library

Keywords

ORCID, Open Researcher and Contributor ID, campus implementation, integration, collaboration

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May 4th, 11:00 AM May 4th, 11:50 AM

How not to grow an ORCID program

Wampanoag Room

In 2017 the University of Massachusetts Medical School became a member of ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) through a regional library consortium. Over the course of the year, the library made efforts to establish ORCID implementations with the institution’s faculty profile system. However, progress was insufficient by the end of the year to warrant membership renewal. In this lightning talk, we will discuss our efforts to get ORCID off the ground and the positive lessons we learned in the process.

 

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