For six years, ORCID’s Trust Program has guided us on how to balance the sometimes-competing priorities of researcher control and data quality, while adhering to our values of openness, trust, and inclusivity.
Join us on June 15 to learn more about this balance, along with the concept of “trust markers” and how users can determine the trustworthiness of an ORCID record. We’ll be joined by Tom Pollard and Brian Gow, research scientists at MIT, to discuss how PhysioNet implements “trust markers “ into their application workflow for access to sensitive medical research data.
We will also discuss the value of a well-populated ORCID record to the entire research ecosystem, and offer five easy tips for both researchers (to ensure they can get the most out of their records) and ORCID members (to help make ORCID more useful for their researchers and for their organization).
Time will be reserved for questions at the end of the presentation. Even if you are unable to attend, we encourage you to register to receive the recording, presentation, and handouts after the webinar concludes.
To celebrate 10 years of ORCID, 10 lucky registrants will win an ORCID 10th Anniversary swag bundle! To enter the giveaway, opt-in at registration.*
This webinar builds upon the series of blog posts we shared last year celebrating five years of the ORCID Trust Program.
*To enter, participants must register for the webinar and opt-in to the giveaway at registration. Entries will close 24 hours prior to the webinar on June 14 at 11:00 a.m. EDT. Winners will be chosen randomly and will be announced during the webinar. Participants are not required to attend the webinar to win. ORCID will contact each winner after the webinar to coordinate prize delivery. Giveaway is open to participants worldwide.