2019 ORCID South Africa Workshop

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Birchwood Hotel & OR Tambo Conference Centre

14 View Point Road

Boksburg, GP 1456

South Africa

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ORCID and TENET are hosting a workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa on Tuesday, 12 November.

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We are delighted to announce that ORCID and TENET are hosting a workshop at the Birchwood Hotel & OR Tambo Conference Centre located just outside Johannesburg, South Africa on Tuesday, 12 November. The workshop is tailored for administrators/managers/librarians and developers of research institutions, funders, publishers and associations. There will be ample opportunity for networking and Q&A.

Programme

09:30 Registration

10:00 Welcome / SA Consortium update Guy Halse (TENET), Wesley Barry (TENET)

10:15 ORCID overview and update Ivo Wijnbergen (ORCID)

10:35 Tea Break

10:50 National ORCID strategy New Zealand Jason Gush (Royal Society Te Apārangi)

11:00 National ORCID strategy Australia Melroy Almeida (Australian Access Federation)

11:15 National ORCID Strategy South Africa Daisy Selematsela (University of South Africa - UNISA)

11:45 Persistent identifiers for users and data (National view) Anwar Vahed (Data Intensive Research Initiative of South Africa - DIRISA)

12:15 Lunch

13:15 Implementation of ORCID and understanding the API Nabil Ksibi (ORCID)

13:45 ORCID in Libraries Marie Roux (Stellenbosch University)

14:00 ORCID in Libraries Lazarus Matizirofa (University of Pretoria)

14:15 Closing Remarks Including Q&A

The ORCID SA Consortium Meeting will follow the workshop from 14:45 to 15:15.

Additional details about the event can be found on the event page: https://orcid.org/content/2019-south-africa-workshop

Date and time

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Birchwood Hotel & OR Tambo Conference Centre

14 View Point Road

Boksburg, GP 1456

South Africa

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Organizer of 2019 ORCID South Africa Workshop

The mission of ORCID is to provide an open, independent registry of persistent, unique identifiers for researchers and scholars and automated linkages to research objects such as publications, data sets, other identifiers, grants, and patents.  We collaborate with all stakeholders in the research community to connect researchers with their contributions. 



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