[EP-tech] FW: Registration open for Jisc UK ORCID Hackday, 24th April 2018

Will Fyson R.W.Fyson at soton.ac.uk
Mon Apr 9 10:02:22 BST 2018


Email from Jisc below, concerning an upcoming hack day that may be of 
interest to members of the tech list.

Thanks!

Will

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*From:*ORCID members UK [mailto:ORCID-UK at JISCMAIL.AC.UK] *On Behalf Of 
*Monica Duke
*Sent:* 27 March 2018 14:15
*To:* ORCID-UK at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
*Subject:* Registration open for Jisc UK ORCID Hackday, 24th April 2018

Dear All,

*Registration is now open for the Jisc UK ORCID hackday:*

*Date*: 24th April 2018

*Location*: London

*Venue*:  Jisc, Brettenham House (North) 5 Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN

*Twitter* hashtag: #orciduk

*Registration and Programme*: 
https://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/orcid-hackday-24-apr-2018 
<https://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/orcid-hackday-24-apr-2018>

The event is free to attend but booking is required. The event is open 
to Jisc UK ORCID consortium members and non-consortium members, but if 
there is high demand for spaces priority may be given to existing 
consortium members.

*Who is the event for?*:

Anyone managing or involved in delivering services which depend on ORCID 
IDs or would benefit from having clear identifiers for researchers.

In particular both developers and non-developers who

           • work within repository or CRIS teams, identity teams, 
research output management teams

           • are interested in linking researchers with their 
contributions (publications, data, other)

           • are involved in services for HE which are based on 
researcher identifiers

Jisc provides technical and community support to ORCID UK consortium 
members. <https://www.jisc.ac.uk/orcid> The ORCID API offers potential 
for improving processes within institutions and this hackday offers the 
opportunity to work with others in the community to identify and develop 
potential use cases.

*Input into use cases*:

Some ideas for use cases to be explored on the day are being documented 
at https://bit.ly/2I6kqBN for people to comment on and add to, prior to 
the event. Suggested areas so far include delegating ORCID tokens, CORE, 
IRUS and altmetrics.

*Please register to attend as soon as possible. *

For any other queries regarding the UK ORCID consortium please check the 
support website http://ukorcidsupport.jisc.ac.uk/ or email 
help at jisc.ac.uk <mailto:help at jisc.ac.uk> where your query will be routed 
to the appropriate team.

Monica Duke

Jisc UK ORCID technical and community support co-ordinator

Jisc ORCID Consortium support desk help at jisc.ac.uk <mailto:help at jisc.ac.uk>

Skype monicabonett

Twitter mbonett

Working hours Monday to Thursday 9.00 to 15.00

jisc.ac.uk


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