The TXST University Libraries’ Scholarly Communications Team educates users about the transformation of scholarly communication and provides services meant to foster a more sustainable publishing ecosystem.
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University Libraries Scholarly Communications Team 2021 - 2022
Update your ORCID Record to Save Time and Get Credit in Funding Applications, Publications, and Research Reporting
When: Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 1-2pm Central
Getting and using your free ORCID iD and ORCID record can help you save time and get credit for your work in funding, publishing, and research reporting workflows. Funding organizations, publishers, and research institutions are increasingly requiring or asking for ORCID iDs from researchers, so this workshop will help you make sure you are ahead of the game.
This workshop will cover:
No prior experience with ORCID necessary. The session recording will be sent to all who register.
Speaker Info: This session will be led by Sheila Rabun, Program Leader for Persistent Identifier Communities at LYRASIS. Sheila has managed the ORCID US Community since 2018 and has a background in academic libraries and digital scholarship.
Presented by the ORCID US Community, led by LYRASIS (https://www.lyrasis.org/) in partnership with the Big Ten Academic Alliance (https://btaa.org/), the Greater Western Library Alliance (https://www.gwla.org/), the NorthEast Research Libraries (http://nerl.org/), and the Health Research Alliance (https://www.healthra.org/).
Scholarly communication is a multi-faceted term that encompasses various aspects of research and scholarship. It can be defined succinctly as "the system of people, procedures, and tools through which the results of research and scholarship are registered, evaluated, disseminated, and preserved" (Ober, 2008).
Issues that may be considered under the umbrella of scholarly communication include:
These issues impact:
Decisions made in these areas may have a broad impact in the classroom, in the conduct of research, and the ways in which research and scholarship are shared. The position that an academic institution takes on these matters can affect not only its students, faculty, and staff, but also its standing and reputation.