Tag Archives: ORCiD

Your Research Identity: a Thayer Winterim Short Course

Your Research Identity: a Thayer Winterim Short Course During the December 2016 break (Winterim), the Thayer School of Engineering offered a series of 5 non-credit, skills-based short courses. Librarians from Dartmouth’s Feldberg Library and the Scholarly Communication Program submitted a proposal for … Continue reading

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ORCIDs and Ice Cream Sandwiches

It turns out that distinguishing yourself with a unique identifier can be fun and scrumptious!  Dartmouth scholars are doing just that through a series of summer drop-in sessions that the Scholarly Communication Program has been hosting across the campus. So far, … Continue reading

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Workshopping ORCID and Public Access Requirements

Last Friday, we had the pleasure of hosting another workshop for colleagues across the Library and the Office of Sponsored Projects, titled: What would you say? ORCID and Public Access requirements from funding agencies. This is part of the Open … Continue reading

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Grants, publishing, open access, and data management: How can the library help?

This week Librarians from Feldberg Business and Engineering Library (Jim Fries and Janifer Holt) and the Scholarly Communication Program (that’s us!–Barbara DeFelice and Jen Green) met with PhD students enrolled in Professor Brian Pogue’s ENGS 197. This is a workshop-style … Continue reading

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Publishers starting to require ORCID

If you haven’t heard of an ORCID iD, you might soon. ORCID creates and maintains a registry of unique identifiers for researchers, and they announced this week that a group of seven publishers will begin requiring authors to use an ORCID … Continue reading

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