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Thursday, July 23 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Identifying ESIP - Connecting More Dots

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Identifying and connecting everything is a critical key to progress building the scholarly communications web. Understanding identifiers and connections helps ESIP members maximize the impact of their data and research. We are highlighting ORCIDs as identifiers for ESIP participants during this meeting and in the ESIP collaborative infrastructure. This session provides an opportunity to learn about ORCID from the leader of the US ORCID Community, to see how ORCIDs can be used to give credit to colleagues for the amazing contributions they make, and to learn about the role of identifiers in measuring the impact of data and other research objects. Presentations from three people that are developing tools and capabilities and leading adoption efforts across the scholarly landscape will help us understand the vision. Breakouts will help identify concrete steps that ESIP can take to accelerate adoption.

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  • ORCIDS, RORs, and DOIs are all used across many ESIP Clusters and members. Seeing these identifiers work together is exciting.
  • The ESIP-Rescognito pilot is very interesting. Let’s find out more about it.
  • Building ESIP identifier infrastructure is a powerful mechanism for making and maintaining connections across the community.

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Ted Habermann

Chief Game Changer, Metadata Game Changers
I am interested in all facets of metadata needed to discover, access, use, and understand data of any kind. Also evaluation and improvement of metadata collections, translation proofing. Ask me about the Metadata Game.
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Daniella Lowenberg

Data Publishing Product Manager, California Digital Library
Product Manager for Dryad at California Digital Library and member of the Make Data Count team working to provide stewardship for open data and develop meaningful metrics for measuring the impact of data in the research world. Many kinds of identifiers are the connectors in this world and Daniella is working with many partners to make those connections happen... Read More →
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Sheila Rabun

ORCID US Community Specialist, LYRASIS
The leader of the ORCID US Community is working with almost 150 partners across the United States to integrate ORCIDs into their systems. ESIP joined this Community this year so Shelia will help us understand the benefits of our membership and about the future of ORCID. ... Read More →
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Richard Wynne

Founder, Rescognito
The founder and leader of rescognito a free service for recognizing and promoting good research citizenship. Rescognito is built on ORCIDs and allows organizations to reward contributors with ‘Cogs’, the currency of recognition in the research world. ESIP is working with Rescognito to recognize contributions to... Read More →

Thursday July 23, 2020 4:00pm - 5:30pm EDT
Room 5