Open Access and ORCID Author Identifier talk
Open Access and ORCID Author Identifiers
Speakers: Jane Holmquist and Yuan Li
Date: Thursday, May 5, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Lewis Library 225
No Registration Required. Beverages and cookies will be provided.
According to Wikipedia, Open Access “refers to online research outputs that are free of all restrictions on access and free of many restrictions on use.” Yuan Li will discuss the business models used to help achieve the ideal of Open Access.
Permanent identifiers can be used help track and get credit for research. ORCID is a global registry of unique persistent identifiers for researchers and scholars. DOI’s or Digital Object Identifiers are often used to provide unique identifiers for research articles and conference proceedings. Jane Holmquist will discuss how ORCID and DOI make Open Access work smoothly.
About the speakers:
Jane Holmquist is an ORCID Ambassador and the Astrophysics, Mathematics and Physics Librarian at Princeton University. She is also the Interim Plasma Physics Librarian at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Jane has a BA in Biology (Gustavus Adolphus College), an MSc (University of Waterloo, Ontario), and an MLS (Rutgers). Aside from ORCID Author Identifiers, she is interested in collection development and helping people effectively use the Library’s vast print and electronic resources.
Yuan Li is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at Princeton University. She leads and manages the implementation of University Open Access Policy and provides services related to scholarly communication, including open access, data management, and copyright. Yuan has a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Rhode Island, a Master of Engineering degree in Applied Computer Science from the National Computer System Engineering Research Institute of China and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science and Technology from Yanshan University (China).
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