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  • Blog | Meet ORCID Publisher Member, ScienceOpen

    2017-22-06 13:11

    Continuing our occasional series of interviews with members of the ORCID community, today meet Stephanie Dawson, CEO of ORCID publisher member ScienceOpen. A longtime ORCID integrator, they have been working to ensure their use of ORCID meets our Collect & Connect requirements, and were recently awarded our Authenticate, Collect, Display, and Connect badges.

  • Blog | Collect & Connect One Year On

    2017-20-06 05:48

    Last May we launched our Collect & Connect program, to encourage organizations to take part in building a trusted research infrastructure.  Our goal is to engage all of our members in collecting ORCID iDs in the systems that their researchers use, and asserting validated connections with those researchers. Find out what we’ve achieved, the lessons we’ve learned, and what we’ll be doing next.

  • Blog | Tell Us What You Think About ORCID!

    2017-01-06 14:50

    This year, we are celebrating the fifth anniversary of the ORCID Registry.  We’ve come a long way since 2012!
     
    We invite you to participate in our second community survey. Your responses will help us better understand what you think about ORCID and to prioritize what user features we include in our roadmap planning for the next 1-2 years.
     

  • Blog | ORCID - Connecting Researchers and Institutions

    2017-31-05 05:26

    Introducing our Institutional Connect pilot program - find out about this new program in this post by ORCID's Director of Strategic Initiatives, Laura Paglione, and learn how to get involved!

  • Blog | Collect - Connect - Sync: The PTCRIS synchronization framework

    2017-22-05 16:00

    Data synchronization between different systems is nowadays widespread and a key productivity booster in our daily lives. With this goal in mind, PTCRISync - an activity sponsored by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology) has developed a synchronization framework that relies on ORCID as a central hub for information exchange between the various systems.

  • Blog | ORCID and WDS Partner to support reuse of research data

    2017-18-05 11:00

    We are delighted to announce that we recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the ICSU World Data System to work together on several areas where our interests converge. 

  • Blog | iD display guidelines for journals now released

    2017-16-05 06:23

    Thank you to everyone who commented on the draft iD display guidelines for journal articles! We’ve incorporated your feedback and are now releasing the final guidelines. Let us know your questions and comments – and share your iD display examples.

  • Blog | Meet ORCID Publisher Member Springer Nature

    2017-09-05 16:00

    Continuing our occasional series of interviews with members of the ORCID community, today we hear from Alison Mitchell, Editorial & Publishing Director for Nature journals and Chief Publishing Advisor at Springer Nature.

  • Blog | Eating Our Own Dog Food: Part 1

    2017-09-05 00:27

    Yummy dog foodToday sees the launch of our new ORCID repository, hosted on Figshare. Find out why and how we've created it, what materials are included, and how you can use them, in today's post!

  • Blog | Announcing Peer Review Week 2017: #TransparencyinReview

    2017-03-05 17:55

    Peer Review Week 2017This year's Peer Review Week, the third annual celebration of peer review and it's central place in scholarly communications, will take place September 11-17. The theme is Transparency in Review and you can find out more, including how to get involved, in today's post!

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