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ORCID in the Hungarian Research Community

September 20 @ 10:00 am 11:00 am UTC+2

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Join us for this webinar that aims to highlight the benefits of adopting ORCID at an institutional level with a focus on the Hungarian research community. ORCID is an internationally recognized and widely adopted system that provides researchers and scholars with a unique identifier, enabling them to establish their digital presence and streamline their research activities.

This webinar will delve into the value of creating an ORCID Consortium in Hungary and how it can empower academic and research institutions nationwide. By joining forces and adopting ORCID, institutions can facilitate seamless collaboration, enhance research impact, and improve the visibility of Hungarian scholars on a global scale.

Key topics to be covered in this webinar include:

  • Introduction to ORCID and its role in the academic community.
  • Enhancing interoperability and data exchange among institutions.
  • Promoting open science and ensuring research integrity.
  • Improving the visibility and discoverability of researchers.
  • Integration of ORCID with existing institutional systems and platforms.
  • Benefits of forming an ORCID Consortium.
  • Success stories and best practices from established ORCID Consortia.

This webinar is designed for academic and research administrators, librarians, IT professionals, and stakeholders interested in fostering a robust research ecosystem in Hungary.