Get recognized. Get the most out of your ORCID iD!
OSCR will be hosting a workshop with the Erasmus Library ORCID Team. The workshop will show researchers how to reap the benefits of ORCID and make full use of their ORCID iD.
ORCID workshop – Get recognized. Get the most out of your ORCID iD!
November 18th 2020 at 14:00 CET, duration 60’
- Josien Dümmer, LDE trainee coordinating ORCID communications
- Judith Gulpers, Faculty Liaison for Philosophy and Psychology
All EUR employees are welcome to attend the workshop. The workshop is especially significant for academic staff, both with or without an ORCID iD. We do strongly advise attendees without an ORCID iD to register beforehand to get the most out of the workshop.
At the end of this online workshop you will understand:
- The significance of ORCID in the digital scholarly landscape;
- How to:
- Add articles, datasets and other information to your ORCID record (for example from Scopus and the EUR Data Repository (EDR));
- Grant permissions to trusted organizations to add data to your record.
We strongly advise attendees without an ORCID iD to register before the workshop. Register for ORCID here.
An invitation has been sent to researchers in the OSCR mailing list. This email includes the Zoom link, meeting ID, and password. If you are not part of the mailing list but would like to join, please contact Antonio.
During the Zoom meeting, please follow these guidelines:
- wear headphones
- mute your microphone
- video is optional (in case of connection issues, you may be asked to turn it off)
- pay attention to the moderator (which will be Antonio)
- if you have questions
- click on the Raise Hand button and the moderator will unmute you; or
- write down your question in the chat and the moderator will read it
- avoid talking over each other and make sure that everyone can have their opportunity to speak
- arrive 5 minutes before the beginning of the call, to familiarize with the online environment and solve possible technical issues
Hope to see you all on November 18th!
Erasmus Library ORCID Team and Antonio Schettino