Engagement and Partnerships Lead
Many research institutions and universities manage or host core facilities and collections, resources that researchers utilize to generate data and run experiments supporting their work. Unfortunately, acknowledgment of this use is inconsistent, making it difficult to demonstrate value without arduous manual searching. The ORCID research resources workflow seeks to reduce this burden by enabling facilities and collections to add awarded support to researchers’ ORCID records, which can then be collected by publishers and connected to the related papers. This session will demonstrate this workflow and discuss the application that is already in use by the Department of Energy and National Science Foundation facilities across the United States.