ORCID is a community effort. On these news pages we provide updates on policy, outreach, and technical developments. You may subscribe to our blog, follow us on Twitter @ORCID_Org, or check our Trello boards for the status of fixes and features.

We encourage community involvement. The success of ORCID depends upon it! You may enter and vote on ideas for development on our iDeas Forum, check our Knowledge Base for technical documentation, or contact us with questions.

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  • Blog | PIDapalooza - What, Why, When, Who?

    2016-08-29

    Are you doing something interesting with persistent identifiers - or would you like to? Come share your ideas with a bunch of like-minded innovators at PIDapalooza, the first open festival of scholarly research PIDs!

  • Blog | ORCID: No nos venderemos

    2016-08-25

    ORCID se hace responsable con la comunidad a través de nuestros principios, modelo de negocio, la gobernabilidad, la forma en que manejamos los conflictos, y cómo involucramos y comprometemos a nuestros usuarios y miembros. Necesitamos que permanezca abierta - tanto en términos de acceso a los identificadores y datos asociados, como en términos de continuidad de operación. Puede leer también lo que nuestra Directora Ejecutiva, Laure Haak, tiene que decir acerca de la transparencia y la confianza.

  • Blog | ORCID: We won't be sold

    2016-08-16

    ORCID makes itself accountable to the community through our principles, business model, governance, how we handle disputes, and how we involve and engage our users and members. We need to remain open – both in terms of access to the identifiers and associated data, and in terms of continuance of operations.  Read what Executive Director, Laure Haak, has to say about transparency and trust.

  • Blog | ORCID in New Zealand - An Update

    2016-08-11

    ORCID adoption is picking up steam in New Zealand, where a group of Universities, Crown Research Institutes, independent research organisations and key government funding agencies recently issued a joint statement of principles supporting the adoption and use of ORCID identifiers. Read more in today's guest blog post by Clinton Watson, Principal Policy Advisor - Science Policy, Ministry of Business Innovation & Employment, New Zealand.

  • Blog | Meet ORCID consortium member CSC

    2016-08-05

    Meet CSC IT Center for Science - coordinator for the ORCID national consortium in Finland, one of our newest members - in this guest blog post by their Development Manager, Hanna-Mari Puuska.

  • Blog | Vote now for your most wanted how-to videos

    2016-08-03

    We’re developing a series of short instructional videos to help researchers understand how and why to perform key functions on their ORCID records. Help us prioritize by voting for the videos that would be most useful to you and your community. Voting closes August 15.

  • Blog | Announcing Peer Review Week 2016

    2016-07-29

    Peer Review Week is back! Find out more about what's going on and how you and your organization can get involved

  • Blog | We need your input: ORCID in book workflows

    2016-07-20

    ORCID is now widely integrated in manuscript submission systems for journals. We are now starting to work on embedding ORCID in book publication processes. To explore options, we’ve formed a working group on ORCID in book publishing – and we would like your input.

  • Blog | Announcing your new, improved ORCID record!

    2016-07-18

    ORCID record holders now have even greater control over who sees what – and how. Our latest release enables you to set the visibility for each item in your personal data, including other names by which you are known, country, keywords, website links, and identifiers from other systems. You can also choose the order of items displayed in each section, as well as see when the data was added and by whom. Learn more about this new functionality.

  • Blog | Being a digital academic

    2016-07-18

    This guest post on what it means to be a digital academic is by Jenny Delasalle, Social Media Manager for ORCID member, piirus.ac.uk. 

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