ORCID Webinar Series
ORCID and the US National Institutes of Health (1)
NIH and ORCID are working together to broaden connections to the array of research and career data typically reported on CVs, and to enhance integrations with other systems using these data. This includes collaborating, along with other funders in the US and around the world, on the ORCID Reducing Burden and Improving Transparency (ORBIT) project to link researchers to their funding and other research and career activities using verified and structured data.
This will enable a stronger infrastructure to:
* Encourage development of better productivity measures to incentivize openness, rigor, and impact
* Enable tracking of the impact of investments in research and professional development through transparently-curated open data
* Support collaboration and networking services to build efficient and equitable markets for reviewers, collaborators, mentors, etc.
* Maintain researcher control of their own data and how it is used across platforms
* Reduce researcher burden when applying for funds and maintaining multiple profiles
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
* How and why the NIH and other funders are collaborating with ORCID to link researchers with their funding and other research activities
* What this announcement means for research institutions like yours - and your researchers
* How your institution can get involved and help reduce the burden on researchers during the grant application process and in other workflows
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Leaders in the areas of research, information technology, scholarly communications and digital infrastructure at US-based research institutions. As always, others are welcome to attend.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency — making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.
Established as a non-profit organization in October 2012, ORCID has engaged with nearly 4 million researchers and scholars who have claimed ORCID iDs that they will use throughout their career. ORCID is in almost every country in the world and is actively used and supported by over 700 government funders, major academic publishers, research institutions, data repositories, professional societies and more.