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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
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everybody um thanks Julia my name's Scott mcwhertor I'm at the university of technology sydney and i just like to talk to you about some of the work we've
been doing over the past five to six months we've had an interest in in disambiguation research data that has
stemmed a little bit from an experience we had with our name we had a comma in
our name and that meant that essentially quite a lot about data was being delimited in the major aggregators and so we changed the name so we take that disambiguation problem theme seriously we also have a high proportion of staff who have a common given initial and surname combination and you can see on the right hand side of the screen in this is the top publishing authors at UTS and this seemed fairly common combinations then we also are being a technology university of choir coverage rates in the orchid integrated sources so in crossref in balance focus and we work with to research management systems that downstream from our now king students and staff system so we do experience some persistent duplicate problems that we think orchid can help with and both of the systems that we lose have some degree of integration with all good so it kind of in a good position to do something quickly so we
had would ever think when we heard that the consortium with me often and we come up with a few projects that we'd like to undertake one was only getting us to 500 uses inside symplectic one of our core systems the next to a thousand two thousand and then eventually at some time i'm in the minister teacher to have the research effort at UTS well described by orchids so i'll be talking mostly about this fairly small project that we ran late last year and that
kicked off october one we took our institutional subscribe ahead of the consortium subscription we did that because we weren't quite sure how long the consortium would take to to get over the line and thank you to everybody involved it was a relatively painless exercise from our perspective and one of the things we we wanted was for the orchids to be used inside one of our systems so it was kind of important that people just kidding off and get an orchid but it was actually used in anger somewhere as a byproduct of the project we want to the academic community to broadly understand what orchid was and we also the one at the administrative community to understand what the opportunities were for all kit and because of the time period that we were running it over we decided that we wouldn't run it as an especially collaborative project that it would be largely driven by the research division we just really concentrate on this single system and that's because it was going on over the break so what worked
well certainly signing up the senior executive early so the the the deputy vice-chancellor research many of the ideas are the deans and giving them some merchandise seemed to be proved very effective in in there becoming strong advocates for for this small change program that we were undertaking we also got a list of all kids from audience of people who had new gf's as an employer or in their education background and we directly emailed them with a simple one-page rip of how to establish the link we have a message of the month so we took the January message of the month which in basically involves an email fuller that's standard across all research division emails we use the
large screens in every building put our general University notices a dvc our email and the weekly funding opportunities newsletter for every week in that month at a standard description of what the benefits were and how get to a simple one pager about establishing an orbit and licking it into the product we approach the IRC in an actual mass the applicant this through direct emails we change the login screen to symplectic to offer training and to indicate a kind of running total of where we're up to and we did some targeted workshops in some areas of the university that we thought would benefit directly and have to say that one of the things that was kind of instrumental with that the publishers that mandating during the lifetime of the project so this is the adoption at
UTS and you can see this is largely the period for the project since it's a nice steady adoption over the period and a period sensors got a gent more gentle gradient we're not really marketing at all um and you can see as to who has gotten an all good if you ignore the fairly small divisions of the NT NT you might expect so science and health it will look like getting the most benefit absence Social Sciences well represented they were running a profile project that we piggybacked engineering and IT weather had very low penetration rates for the majority of the project and then when gradually and out of this monday they don't up and Lauren da be where you've suspected the marketing this type of change might be more difficult has proved to be the case and we've got to be all work to do with the Graduate School of Health here at UTS this is
just a picture of the login sphere and the Selective so I indicate indicating that the the integration to be done what the key benefit was and we're up to with the assistance of training and setting up a registering an interest so the
things that didn't run so well was that during the lifetime of the project we didn't really have remote access set up to this key product very well especially for Mac users has now been fixed we also didn't have a standard place in the the academic profile template exhale profile template during a lifetime of that project and that would have been helpful so the next project that we've
just been funded is to assess which other systems will use orchid to look at the integration pathways for those systems and we'll certainly be getting some advice from Elroy familiarizing our central IT services with with orchid and maybe the API but I don't think that will be especially required given our approach certainly developing a much more coherent approach and across all the support divisions within the University and beginning that that much longer process of integrating orchid into the natural processes of the university around recruitment induction and that is I think all