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Tuesday, May 5 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Connecting the Dots: Using ORCID to Consolidate Research Information for Reporting and Assessment

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Research institutions are increasingly looking for ways to connect the dots between their researchers, funding, activities, and research contributions in efforts to improve reporting and assessment processes for all parties involved. Proposed solutions must balance the accuracy and dependability of persistent identifiers with individual researchers’ need for control over their scholarly record, all while making it as easy as possible to move information between systems and workflows. As an open, non-profit, community-driven platform that supports all of these stipulations, ORCID’s popularity is on the rise. ORCID replaces static document-based CVs and repetitious form-filling with a universal, interoperable, online CV. This panel will focus on cross-campus collaborations geared towards shifting to ORCID as a central data source to help streamline local workflows for reporting and assessment, as well as to meet external grant application and reporting requirements. Case studies from three ORCID US Community institutions will explore the opportunities and challenges for using ORCID to support both internal activity reporting and a public-facing portal (University of Minnesota), student activity reporting and compliance with institutional mandates (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center), and preparing faculty to meet grant application and reporting requirements, specifically with the new National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) requirements for grant applicants to use the SciENcv platform to create biosketches (North Carolina State University).

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Jan Fransen

Service Lead for Research Information Management Systems, University of Minnesota
Talk to me about researcher information systems (like Experts@Minnesota!), discovery systems (especially Primo/Primo Central), and the role libraries might play in students' success.
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Jane Scott

Digital Services and Technology Planning Manager, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
I am the Digital Services and Technology Planning Manager at the UT Southwestern Health Sciences Digital Library and Learning Center. I have been hard at work implementing our ORCID integration strategy including registration for all learners. I am a great person to talk to if you... Read More →
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Jason Ronallo

Department Head, Digital Library Initiatives, NC State University Libraries
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Hilary Davis

Department Head, Collections & Research Strategy, North Carolina State University
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Sheila Rabun

Program Leader for Persistent Identifier Communiti, LYRASIS

Tuesday May 5, 2020 3:00pm - 3:30pm EDT