ORCID In The Open Science Scenario: Opportunities For Academic Libraries

« The persistent identification of authors and contributors plays a decisive role within the Open Science landscape. The increasing number of published research products and new open publishing models and infrastructures requires author identification which goes beyond fields or infrastructures and guarantees interoperability. ORCID iD is presented as a persistent identifier for researchers in this context. As information managers and organisers, many academic libraries have taken the lead in offering ORCID-related services and implementing it in their systems. This paper scans the implementation models across Europe and the actions carried out by libraries. Finally, it also depicts perspectives for integration in the Austrian library and research context. (…) »

Source > journals.univie.ac.at, Paloma Marín-Arraiza, Mitteilungen der VÖB 72 (2019) Nr. 2: Open Science, DOI: https://doi.org/10.31263/voebm.v72i2.2811