Resources and Opportunities
ORCID @ Wintec
Wintec recently became a founding member of the ORCID New Zealand consortium.
ORCID® (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is an open source, not for profit organisation and connects over 2.6 million researchers with funders, research organisations and publishers in 39 countries. By assigning researchers a unique digital identifier, it solves the problem of name ambiguity and provides reliable authentication. A growing international community of researchers, publishers, funders and academic societies are integrating ORCID into their workflows.
MBIE: ORCID Joint Statement of Principle
Tertiary Education Commission, Health Research Council, MBIE, Royal Society NZ and other signatories have issued a Joint Statement of Principle: Adoption and use of ORCID identifiers in New Zealand.
Benefits of ORCID to Researchers
- Enables the researcher to distinguish his/her research activities from others with similar names.
- Enables the researcher to easily and uniquely associate her/his identity to a wide range of research activities and outputs such as publications, datasets, media stories, citations, experiments, patents, online resources and notebooks.
- Reduces manual data entry through automatic harvesting of associated activities and outputs.
- Makes the research process and collaboration across borders, institutions and disciplines easier because the data associated with a researcher can ‘move’ across organisations and national boundaries.
- Facilitates researcher interaction with multiple organisations, publishers and funders through a common identifier.
- Provides an online record, improving discoverability of researchers and their associated research activities and outputs.
For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Wintec Writer's Retreat
The next Writer's Retreat open to all Wintec researchers will be held from 3 to 5 July 2017 at the Wintec Hamilton Gardens Campus. It will again be a fully catered workshop, facilitated by Catherine Wallace, Massey University. Over the duration of the workshop, participants will ideally complete one written PBRF output, such as a section or chapter of a thesis, a book chapter, an article for a peer reviewed publication.
For the full information and an application form for the retreat, please contact the Research and Postgraduate Office at Research@wintec.ac.nz. Applications need to be in by 5.6.2017
Qualtrics Survey Tool for Staff and Students
Wintec has subscribed to Qualtrics. This is an online, Wintec branded tool, available to all staff and students at Wintec.
To access Qualtrics
2. Click the link below the login area to create an account using your Wintec email address and your details.
3. In the last screen, enter Access Code KNIvu and you will receive a confirmation email and instructions.