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Researcher identifiers and ORCID is one of the topics included in the EIFL Digital Research Training Programme Outline for Librarians. In this webinar, Gabriela Mejias and Nabil Ksibi, from ORCID, provide updates, trainers tips and (new!) tricks in using ORCID. Issues covered are ORCID privacy; how to prevent and merge duplicate iDs; how to connect other identifiers, add affiliations and contributions, and connect contributions data via search & link wizards (Crossref, DataCite, BASE, Europe PubMed Central and OpenAIRE EXPLORE and The Lens), and peer review.
Milica Ševkušić, from the Institute of Technical Sciences of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and EIFL Open Access Programme Coordinator in Serbia, talks about training researchers and students about researcher identifiers (Scopus Author IDs, Web of Science ResearcherID, ORCID and Google Scholar Profiles). She shares her training approaches, formats, materials and training outlines, and discusses tricky issues and misconceptions that arise in training. She also emphasizes ORCID integrations: linking researcher identifiers, publishing platforms and repositories and making peer-review visible.
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- Gabriela Mejias and Nabil Ksibi, from ORCID
- Milica Ševkušić, Institute of Technical Sciences of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
This is the sixth in a series of 12 EIFL webinars in which presenters give practical advice, ideas and tips on how to train on topics included in the EIFL Digital Research Literacy Training Programme Outline For Librarians. More about the webinar series, recordings of previous webinars and the dates of future webinars.