Academia & Beyond Task Force

  • Meadows, Alice (PI)
  • Boddington, Anne (Project Participant)
  • Brass, Kylie (Project Participant)
  • Cho, Grace (Project Participant)
  • Conwell, Peter (Project Participant)
  • Cussans, John (Project Participant)
  • Kleiner, Milena Grass (Project Participant)
  • McCafferty, Siobhann (Project Participant)
  • Melchiorsen, Poul Meier (Project Participant)
  • Mounier, Pierre (Project Participant)
  • Pooley, Jefferson (Project Participant)
  • Porter, Ellie (Project Participant)
  • Wulf, Karin (PI)

Project Details


To achieve our vision of a world where everyone who participates in research is uniquely identified and connected with their affiliations and contributions, we must establish and maintain meaningful channels of engagement with our diverse community. In this project, we are focusing on developing strategies for engaging researchers in the arts and humanities, where we have good contacts but few foundational integrations.
There are a variety of ways researchers in this broad community share their work and, in addition to consultations with community groups, this project will also analyze disciplinary adoption and use, including through our community survey and ORCID Registry usage patterns. This will ensure we take an evidence-based approach to conversations about adoption and enable us to understand what kinds of information researchers in these disciplines are connecting to their record -- or want to -- which will then help us prioritize future communications and technical developments.
We envisage this dual approach as a test case for future user engagement work with these and other researcher communities.
Effective start/end date01/01/201931/12/2020


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