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Research Institutions → Enabling Institutional Sign-In for your Researchers to their ORCID Accounts In 2016, ORCID signed an agreement with SURF to enable all researchers at SURF and eduGAIN member institutions to access the ORCID registry using the same credentials they use to log into their university accounts. By default, all eduGAIN member institutions are …

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IReL sign Read & Publish agreement with The Company of Biologists

IReL is delighted to announce it has signed a Read and Publish agreement with The Company of Biologists. The agreement provides eligible authors with unlimited publishing of open access articles in CoB journals, at no cost to the researcher. In addition the agreement also provides read access to these journals Development Journal of Cell Science …

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Irish ORCID Consortium Events

Date Event 17 February 2021 Irish ORCID Consortium Annual Members Meeting 26 November 2020 Irish ORCID Consortium SmartSimple Development Webinar 8 May 2020 Irish ORCID Consortium: Introduction to ORCID & Understanding ORCID Integrations 2 April 2020 ORCID Members Town Hall Meeting (Europe Middle East, Africa) 19 March 2020 Irish ORCID Consortium Vidatum Webinar 13 September …

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ORCID & Vendor Systems

This page provides documentation created by IReL to assist Irish ORCID Consortium members in planning integrations with vendor systems. More documentation will be added as it becomes available.  From ORCID’s ‘ORCID-enabled Systems‘ webpage: “Many software vendors offer built-in support for ORCID in their current research information (CRIS), funding, repository, and publishing system products. These systems …

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EPrints

EPrints/ORCID Integration Details ORCID Support Plugin: http://bazaar.eprints.org/581/ EPrints Documentation wiki: https://wiki.eprints.org/w/ORCID_Support#ORCID_Support Includes the ORCID field for creators, editors and users Displays ORCIDs Where the Generic Reporting Framework plugin has been installed, new reports will become available, under the heading ORCID Dashboard. Where the RIOXX plugin has been installed, ORCIDs will be added as the ‘id’ attribute for <rioxxterms:author> …

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How to Find Researchers at Your Organisation (Without an Integration) Monthly Member Reports As premium consortium ORCID members, you will be receiving monthly members reports. The link for this report is currently delivered in the monthly newsletter from community@orcid.org. This report provides counts of ORCID iDs currently registered your institution’s email domains(s) across all time …

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IReL sign transformative open access agreement with ACM

IReL is pleased to announce a transformative open access agreement with ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery.  The agreement will provide unlimited and unrestricted access to ACM Digital Library during the term and all publications from corresponding authors from IReL institutions published during the term in ACM journals, conference proceedings and magazines will be made …

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IReL purchases Cambridge journals digital archive

IReL is pleased to announce that we have purchased perpetual access to the Cambridge University Press journals digital archive on behalf of the following members: Dublin City University Royal College Surgeons In Ireland University College Cork Maynooth University Trinity College Dublin University College Dublin National University Of Ireland, Galway TU Dublin University Of Limerick The …

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IReL principles for Open Access publisher agreements from 2020

Following the recent conclusion of the Strategic Review of the Irish Research e-Library (IReL), the IReL Steering Group have agreed the following principles for negotiating agreements with publishers from 2020, based on the LIBER principles. IReL’s requirements include that: agreements should cover both the read costs (reader access to subscription content) and publication costs (for …

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IReL review: findings and recommendations published

IReL “is considered by all stakeholders to be an important and effective part of the infrastructure of higher education and research” in Ireland. The review of IReL has now concluded and its report is now available. The review began in 2018, the request of the Governance Committee of the Irish University Libraries Collaboration Centre (IULCC), …

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