ORCID in books: Today and tomorrow

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The working group on ORCID in book workflows has issued a research report and set of recommendations to encourage use of ORCID iDs by and for book authors. We are now inviting organizations to join our early adopter program.

Have you upgraded to API v2.0? Read why you should

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It’s been five months since we released API v2.0. Many users of the Public and Member API have started working with it already. Here we highlight some new features to share why you should be working with v2.0 too.

iD display guidelines for journals now released

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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.

Draft display guidelines for iDs in articles open for comment

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In July 2016, we formed a community working group to update our guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles and metadata. The group has developed a revised set of recommendations which we are now releasing for public comment. We very much want to hear from you! Send us your comments by March 31, 2017.

#RecognizeReview with ORCID

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With several member organizations successfully implementing ORCID peer review functionality, we are now encouraging wider adoption across all sectors. Read more about how this functionality works, why it helps improve recognition for peer review, and where to find more information.

Meet the Lens: Integrating ORCID iDs into patents

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Continuing our series of interviews with ORCID community members, this month we speak with Osmat Jefferson, a professor of Science, Technology and Law at Queensland University of Technology and a principal scientist at Cambia. Osmat currently leads the biological patenting and patent citations projects in the Lens, a joint initiative between Cambia and QUT.

Vote now for your most wanted how-to videos

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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.

We need your input: ORCID in book workflows

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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.

Announcing your new, improved ORCID record!

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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.

Guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles

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Displaying ORCID iDs in metadata and in published articles is an important aspect of our new Collect & Connect program and a key commitment of the open letter Requiring ORCID in Publication Workflows. But many questions remain on how to display ORCID iDs in journal articles. To help answer these questions, we’ve formed a group of representatives from scholarly publishing to help update our existing display guidelines for ORCID iDs in articles. Submit your suggestions – or let us know if you wish to join the group – by July 31!