New Zealand ORCID Consortium Advisory Committee
The New Zealand ORCID Consortium Advisory Committee provides feedback from Consortium members and strategic advice to the lead agency, Royal Society Te Apārangi.
Purpose and Functions of the Committee
The purpose of the New Zealand ORCID Advisory Committee is to provide a two-way conduit between members of the NZ ORCID Consortium (the Consortium) and the Royal Society Te Apārangi (the Society) for feedback and advice on strategic matters related to the use and implementation of ORCID in New Zealand.
The New Zealand ORCID Advisory Committee will:
- Provide advice and guidance to the Society on matters related to the operation and future strategic direction of the Consortium to ensure success and long-term sustainability of the Consortium;
- Encourage new members to join the Consortium;
- Champion the use of ORCID; and
- Advise on membership if/when the Consortium approaches 99 members.
List of Committee members
The current membership of the New Zealand ORCID Advisory Committee is:
|Marie Bradley (chair)||AgResearch|
|Anne Scott||University of Canterbury|
|Nick Shortt||Medical Research Institute of NZ|
|Giselle Byrnes||Massey University|
|Lesley Brook||Otago Polytechnic|
|Esther Viljoen||Health Research Council|
|Katharina Ruckstuhl||University of Otago|
|Marina Dzhelali||Capital & Coast District Health Board|
Te Ara Paerangi | Future Pathways Submission
The Advisory Committee of the New Zealand ORCID Consortium submitted to the Te Ara Paerangi | Future Pathways green paper, emphasising the importance of research infrastructure in Aotearoa.
ORCID in Aotearoa 2020
We have a vision for ORCID in Aotearoa New Zealand outlined in this poster.
Advisory Committee Meetings
Following Committee meetings, their agenda, papers and minutes will be posted to this site.
Meeting #1 27 March 2017
Meeting #2 20 October 2017
Meeting #3 9 Apr 2018
Meeting #4 13 Sep 2018
Meeting #5 4 Apr 2019
Meeting #6 2 Oct 2019
Meeting #7 31 Mar 2020
Meeting #8 11 Aug 2020
Meeting #9 4 February 2021
Meeting #10 3 August 2021
Meeting #11 2 February 2022