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Tuesday, July 26 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
L13 – Using the ORCID, Sherpa Romeo, and Unpaywall APIs in R to Harvest Institutional Data

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Clarke Iakovakis, Kay Bjornen, Brandon Katzir, Megan Macken 

Abstract: The objectives of this course are to obtain a set of ORCID iDs for people affiliated with your institution, harvest a list of DOIs for publications associated with these iDs, and gather open access information for the articles using Sherpa Romeo and Unpaywall.

Students will work with a set of pre-written scripts in R, customizing them for their institutions to access the APIs for ORCID, Sherpa Romeo, and Unpaywall, and bring it all together into a manageable data file.
While some experience using R will be helpful, it is not required. However, although the basics of using R and understanding the code will be reviewed, the emphasis of the course will be on running the scripts and gathering and interpreting the data. In other words, this course is focused not on learning R, but rather on obtaining a dataset of publications based on institutional affiliation and open access information on those publications. It is inspired by a course taught previously at FSCI, available at https://osf.io/vpgbt/. The course will conclude with a discussion of using this data to develop outreach methods to authors to inform them of their right to deposit author manuscripts.

Audience: The course will be useful for repository managers, research information management system (RIMS) administrators, librarians, funders, publishers, and others who need to systematically gather publication and open access data.

Tuesday, July 26
Wednesday, July 27
Thursday, July 28

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Clarke Iakovakis

Scholarly Services Librarian, Oklahoma State University

Kay Bjornen

Research Data Initiatives Librarian, Oklahoma State University
I assist researchers at Oklahoma State University with data management and other research data issues.  I also teach a variety of coding, software and data literacy topics, often through the OSU Carpentries.
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Brandon Katzir

Digital Services Librarian, Oklahoma State University

Megan Macken

Ast Head, Digital Resources & Discovery Services, OSU Library

Tuesday July 26, 2022 4:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
L13 Zoom room