Submitted by laura paglione on Wed, 2017-05-31 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!
Submitted by laura paglione on Thu, 2016-12-29 00:00
2016 was a busy and productive year for ORCID - check out what we've been up to in this end-of-year roundup!
Submitted by laura paglione on Mon, 2016-10-24 10:58
The ORCID Trust program is now officially launched! Find out how we are working to improve our trustworthiness through four key concepts: Individual Control; Reliable Registry; Community Accountability; and Information Integrity. And please tell us what you think!
Submitted by laura paglione on Thu, 2016-05-19 15:50
From today, when you sign into ORCID, you will be presented with several options. As always you will be able to enter your email address or ORCID iD along with your ORCID password to gain access to your account. But we now also allow access via your Facebook, Google, or institutional account with a supported institution.
Submitted by laura paglione on Thu, 2016-03-03 19:32
Today we outline a program that we are calling ORCID Trust, and are opening an invitation to data security and privacy experts to help us vet the program before we formally roll it out.
Submitted by laura paglione on Mon, 2016-02-01 05:00
Today we are announcing with SURF an agreement that will make the ORCID Registry available via SURFconext. This arrangement will enable Dutch researchers to access the registry using the same credentials they use to log into their university. As SURFconext is connected to eduGAIN, access to the Registry via institutional login credentials also will be available to researchers around the world at universities using eduGAIN. The work was supported by two EC funded projects, AARC and THOR.
Submitted by laura paglione on Tue, 2015-10-20 00:00
In celebration of Open Access Week, a post by our Technical Director, Laura Paglione, about contributorship open badges on ORCID - a new way to recognize specialist contributions to a research project.
Submitted by laura paglione on Tue, 2015-08-11 19:08
Project CRedIT was launched in 2012 to help researchers get recognition for all their contributions to a research project - from securing funding, through carrying out the research, to writing up the results for publication. Learn how ORCID, Mozilla Science Labs, and others are making the Project CRedIT vision a reality.
Submitted by laura paglione on Mon, 2015-03-23 16:19
I’m often asked how ORCID manages to continually update the Registry to add new features, but still support the many enterprise-level systems owned and operated by ORCID Member organizations that use our APIs. The bottom line answer is flexibility. But, of course, it a bit more involved than that. Read this post to learn more about our process.
Submitted by laura paglione on Thu, 2015-02-19 14:33
At every conference we go to - every workshop, every presentation - we will invariably get a comment about our support team. It usually goes something like this: "Your support team is so responsive! They get back to me right away, and thoroughly address my question. I really feel that ORCID is listening to my concerns." As a community driven organization, it is crucial that we have an excellent support team. Your feedback is important to us, to ensure we are on track. Thank you, to all who have taken the time to send us your feedback on the responsiveness, thoroughness, and competency of our member services team, and kudos to Catalina Wilmers and Liz Krznarich.
So, how do we make a good thing even better? Our latest innovation, the Member Support Center, at members.orcid.org. Designed as a one-stop shop for ORCID implementation, the member support center combines our existing technical documentation with sector-specific workflow guides and planning and communication resources. In this post, I describe some of my favorite things about it.