ORCID Webinar Series: iD & Me

iD & Me: ORCID & Humanities and Social Sciences, the first session in our new webinar series iD & Me, is all about the benefits of utilizing an ORCID record for researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Join us next week on November 1st to hear from Humanities and Social Science researchers about their experiences using ORCID. We will also share best practices and tips for maintaining an ORCID record specific to the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Featured Speakers:
Bridget Almas, Director of Data Innovation Strategy, State University of New York Albany
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of MESH Research, Michigan State University
Michael Ullyot, Associate Professor of English, University of Calgary

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iD & Me is a webinar series that aims to answer the question, “Who should have an ORCID iD and why?” ORCID strives to enable transparent and trustworthy connections for all researchers and their works. Each session focuses on a specific scholarly discipline or common circumstances, such as name disambiguation, and demonstrates the benefits of utilizing an ORCID record.