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2014 SSP 36th Annual Meeting

Concurrent 5A: Connecting Research and Researchers…

Publishing 101
Concurrent 5A: Connecting Research and Researchers: How ORCID is Facilitating the Interoperable Exchange of Information

The publishing community has been an early and enthusiastic adopter of the work of ORCID, an independent non-profit organization with a twofold mission: to provide an open registry of unique identifiers for researchers, and to work with the scholarly community to ensure that this persistent identifier is embedded in research workflows. ORCID serves as a hub, linking existing identifiers, such as CrossRef and DataCite DOIs, ISNI organizational identifiers, and author identifiers including ResearcherId and ScopusAuthor ID with the ultimate goal of connecting researchers with their contributions. This session will provide an opportunity to learn about the status of ORCID integration into manuscript submission and production systems, into reviewer workflows, into conference systems, and into repositories and evaluation systems. A panel of experts from diverse publishing will provide practical examples and best practices for how the scholarly communications community is using ORCID.
Moderator: Rebecca Bryant, ORCID

Speakers

Martin Fenner, PLOS
Martin Fenner graduated from the Medical School of the Free University Berlin, and is a board-certified oncologist who has worked many years treating cancer patients and doing cancer research. In 2008 he started the blog Gobbledygook to write about scholarly communication from a researcher perspective. He is involved in Open Researcher & Contributor ID, and in May 2012 joined the Open Access Publisher Public Library of Science (PLOS) to become the technical lead of their Article-Level Metrics project.
Cesar Berrios-Otero, F1000 Research
Michael Habib, Elsevier B.V.
As Senior Product Manager for Elsevier’s Scopus, Michael is currently focused on altmetrics, author profiling, and Mendeley integration. He also serves as an ORCID Ambassador and on the NISO Alternative Metrics Initiative Steering Committee. Prior to joining Elsevier, he worked at the print-on-demand publisher Lulu.com. Having previously worked in both public and academic libraries and holding an MS in Library Science from UNC-Chapel Hill, Michael’s background is in library services. (Twitter @habib + orcid.org/0000-0002-8860-7565)
Brooks Hanson, American Geophysical Union
Rebecca Bryant, ORCID