Current Status of Open Researcher Identifier ORCID and Greetings from Nordics Workshop – Think Open

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"”Enter once, reuse often” describes the goals of Open Researcher Identifier – to be linkable, global and transparent. To gain improvements for researchers, ORCID among other persistent identifiers need better infrastructure and wider implementation in the research process, including research funding application and reporting. These issues were discussed in Nordics ORCID workshop on May 29th, 2018. ORCID – the Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier – has now been around for six years. ORCID identifier links research information (employments, research fundings, works) to person’s identity globally and transparently. University of Helsinki started ORCID implementation in 2014 and was one of the founding members of the National Finnish ORCID Consortium in 2016. Currently some 3 400 researchers at the University of Helsinki have added their ORCID iD to University’s research database. Starting December 2016, researchers have been able to  synchronize selection of their research information from the research database to ORCID. Some 2 800 researchers have opted to do so (guide is available here). ORCID practices and ongoing projects related to identifiers and research funding were discussed in Nordics ORCID workshop on May 29th, 2018.  This is my report from the workshop and how some of the topics relate to work done at the University of Helsinki and nationally:..."


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06/06/2018, 17:30

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06/06/2018, 13:30