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ORCID and the UK National PID Consortium

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In this special guest post, Alice Meadows, NISO's Director of Community Engagement, shares a new initiative by Jisc to explore the establishment of a UK PID consortium. 

ORCID: It's All About the People

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Our Director of Communications, Alice Meadows, is leaving us shortly to join NISO as their Director of Community Engagement. Read her reflections on her time at ORCID — and why it has really been all about the people!

Let's Add Peer Review Information to ORCID Records

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Learn how to add peer review information to ORCID records in our new video!

We'll Be Rocking Your World Again At PIDapalooza 2020!

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We’re officially starting the countdown to PIDapalooza 2020! Learn more in this post - and plan to be there or be square!

And the Lucky Winner Is...!

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Earlier this year we put out a call for a researcher to join the ORCID team at our staff retreat in October. Learn more about the candidates and join us in welcoming one of them into our team for a day!

 

Academia & Beyond!

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Learn about one of our recently launched Year of the Researcher projects -- to better understand and meet the needs of researchers in academia and beyond!

Recognizing Our Consortia Lead Organizations

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At our recent consortia workshop in Atlanta, GA, we recognized the contributions of six consortia lead organizations -- learn more in today’s post.

ORCID in Atlanta: Our Second Consortia Workshop

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On May 19 - 22, 45 ORCID consortia leads, Board members, and staff from 15 countries gathered for two days of activities, networking, and presentations. Read all about it in today’s post, which also includes links to the presentations and posters!

 

Listening to Our Users: What We Learned from Our 2019 Community Survey

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Did you know that researchers are adding more information than ever to their ORCID records? And that they want to add more -- anything they’ve made publicly available! Or that disambiguation, recognition, and discoverability are the main reasons for getting an iD. Read more about these and other findings of our recent community survey in this post.

 
 

What’s New at ORCID? A Joint Library Carpentries/ORCID Webinar!

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We’re delighted to announce the first Library Carpentries/ORCID co-hosted webinar, where you can learn about the great new features in ORCID’s new API v3.0.

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