Webinar Recording: ORCID for DSpace Repositories
The integration with ORCID, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID, has been part of DSpace since version 5.0. Both the ORCID API, and how DSpace interacts with it, have evolved over time.
Get up-to-date on the current situation and engage in an open discussion about what you and your colleagues expect in the future from this integration.
This webinar covered:
- Primer on DSpace Authority keys and ORCID
- Open Repository: ORCID and author profiles
- KAUST: Expanded ORCID support for DSpace Open Source patch
- Cambridge Apollo: Pushing items to ORCID via DataCite
- Q&A and open dialogue: Future needs
The recording can be viewed in Atmire's Open Repository demo installation:
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Participate in the ORCID Quiz
Until May 27th EOB, you can participate in our quiz, covering the contents of the webinar:
Make sure to use a clear/identifiable name if you want to be eligible for an Atmire swag package, as the system doesn't collect any email addresses or other identifiers.
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