Snippet - Promoting ORCID to your researchers: Distinguish yourself in three easy steps

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As ORCID is rolled out at institutions across the country, librarians and research managers are involved in promoting and signing up researchers to ORCID. To assist in this process, the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL), the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) and the Australian Access Federation (AAF) are co-sponsoring a webinar that will cover: - Key messages you can use to promote ORCID to your researchers - Walkthrough of an ORCID record plus how to connect research datasets - How to access support via the Australian ORCID Consortium - Institutional experience of researcher engagement with ORCID - the National Library's ORCID integration work This webinar is an opportunity for you to both learn and share information regarding ORCID messages for researchers. The webinar organisers would like to gather information on ORCID messages that institutions have crafted for their researchers with a view to sharing these via a public website. Background: ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes one researcher from another. Through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, ORCID supports automated linkages between researchers and their professional activities, ensuring that their work is recognised. The benefits of adopting ORCID in Australia have been clearly articulated in Joint Statements and an Australian ORCID Consortium launched in February with 40 institutional members. Audience: Open to all but aimed at librarians and research managers engaging with researchers in ORCID promotion and sign up Speakers: Simon Huggard, on behalf of CAUL Natasha Simons, ANDS Elleina Filippi & Melroy Almeida, AAF Julia Hickie, NLA Scott McWhirter, UTS
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okay so what I'm going to do is I'm actually going to walk through an orchid record and just show you how researchers can link data sets in their awkward record so I've gone straight to the orchid homepage it's just org and click Sign In this is a live demo so I'm
hoping that it doesn't come back to bite me that everything goes off smoothly and
if it doesn't that I have someone else to blame but anyway let's give it go so
there are a few different ways that researchers can sign into an orchid account you have a personal account
option which is the one that I will use you can also sign in with your facebook
login or your google plus log in and there's also an institutional account
which you know if your institution has
set this up then researchers will be able to log in using this same sort of stark number and password that they use to access other accounts at their institution so just sign in okay so this is my orchid record and this is I just
want to talk through some of the things so just to sign up and get an orchid
record is very easy and only takes about 30 seconds the question is what you do with your record once you sign up and of course one of the main things you can do is populate your record with your works and use it and promote it to to other people as well as a way of looking at the things that you've done in your research so some of the options here you
can get a QR code for your ID it's like a barcode that you can put on different things to promote access just a different way of accessing your orchid ID for people there's a you can fill out the rest of your awkward record so there's a field here called also known as and you can use that to sort of add
variants of your name so I can put it in a name variant there click Save Changes and there it is you can add your country keywords associated with your research
you can put in your website so access to
your Twitter account or a blog or any other kind of website you can keep
adding to them there and you can put your email address in at the moment I have that email address as private setting but you can actually make it public and you can add more than one email address as well you can add in a biographical statement you can add in your educational background and your
employment and I'll just turn to the
funding so if you want to add funding to your orchid profile in the future when
you apply for funding some funders are working so that they will be able to write your grant back into your orchid record so you apply for funding through Wellcome Trust and you authorize and Wellcome Trust says will you authorize me to update your awkward record you say yes and then Wellcome Trust can actually write your grant into your orchid record for you which saves you a lot of time and similarly for publishers working on the same thing so that when you submit a manuscript to a publisher and it's accepted at the publisher says is it okay if we write this publication details to your awkward record and say yes and then the publisher can automatically right that information into your record and there's another feature of that which is that if you're an institution and you have institutional orchid membership your institution will be notified if that changes of that writing to the orchid record so that they can keep track of what's happening with your orchid record too so if I wanted to add some funny I just click add some funding now and I go to uber wizard for orchid which has
about 200 different funders as part of
that and here it's saying do you authorize uber wizards to read my orchid record and add funding items so you say yes now I don't actually have any grants so it's not going to find any grants
under my name but i'm just going to demonstrate one going to do a different search so one grant from the australian research council mark four-nine at that was me I
could take that and add it to my orkut profile so let's go back to that okay so
looking at the works i think i will just
first show you that there are privacy
settings here so the thing is that with orchid researchers control their records and they control the privacy settings in it and who has access to read and light to those records and so there is a setting here you can see that the green is everyone can see this so in my public record everyone can see this information or you can go yellow for trusted parties so only and I'll show you who they are in a minute and then you've got sort of an only knee so you can control the settings there they actually go back up
to my accountants you can see that the
trusted organizations are listed here
and you can see who I've authorized to
write to my orchid record and read it and you can also add trusted individuals
on your behalf so yeah okay so I'm going
to add captain america at gmail com to edit my orchid account that's going to say no because he doesn't have an orchid account so I can't authorize him to edit
my email address but if sorry to edit my
orchid record but I can actually add someone else who I know has an orchid record and happens me at orchid in this case saying yes I can authorize slurry
cap to edit my profile on my behalf so that gives you an idea of the privacy settings which you can change yourself
you have control over that record
they're just going back to adding works
so you can you can see in my works here
that this is myself where I've manually
added something or the source here is crossref metadata search so orchid has actually connected up to crossref and
authorised crossref to write to my orchid record and they've written in this record for me so I've got a couple of those like that in here I've actually removed my data set so that I can show you how to add it and you can click this
button by the way to see more information about the publication there
so just click Add works and there's an
option there obstruction link and that's the one I'll show you today so what I
want to do here is I actually want to add a data set this is this is actually a real data set it just wasn't funded
this particular research but it is it is my data set that I want to add from the Ann's registry so click on their ends registry and it says do you authorize
ands to write to my orbit record and read it I say yes i'm not sure why it takes you exactly to the slogan screen
and make sure or thrice thrice that's a little bug i think that we all have to work on fixing ah so it hasn't what I
have to do now is I'm taken to the research data Australia search here so i just type in my name and here i can see this is actually my data set if i click on this it will open up the page in research data australia just so i can check it but i can click it and i can say import selected works and it says please review it make sure it's yours you'd say import and it reminds you that
you can actually change the privacy settings for who's going to view that information in your orchid record so
then I go back to my orchid record and
showing 10 work so just refresh there
and now showing 11 and the one at the
end it should be is my data set now at
the moment the this boat the default
display for the type of data set when you come through the Anne's registry as other but there is going to be some work on that to change it to data set but you can actually do it manually at the moment if you click that copy and edit
button and you you can't actually select
a work category of data set here but you can actually select it here and so you
can say add to list so what i've done
here is i've copied that particular record so you will have to to Authority
records there for the identifying skill
sets for repository staff data sets and one will be me and the other one will be the one I got from the answer registry
so here I've made my change the preferred source here to show that so it
says data set by default but we'll be doing some work on changing that so that the default is data set because when Anne's was originally set up as to be able to import from the anns registry into orchid it was actually before they had done work on that to actually have data set as a category so we need to go back and fix that so the last thing i will show you before I hand over to our next speaker is there's a blog by at Alice meadows on six things that you can
do now that you have an open ID and it's basically some of the things that I showed you but it's really worth having a look having a read through that
because it's about populating your profile with works expanding it out
using the QR code adding awkward to your signatures to your Twitter account that
sort of thing so that's it from me and I am now going to hand over to know why
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