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The Japan Link Center Introduces New ORCID Functionality

Camillia Lu's picture

Japan Link Center (JaLC), the only Digital Object Identifier ​​(DOI) registration organization in Japan, recently announced updated ORCID functionality for researchers. 

Celebrating Open Access Week: Institutional uses of the ORCID Public Data File

Paloma Marin Arraiza's picture

Openness and transparency are two of ORCID’s foundational values. As part of our commitment to remove barriers to access, we release our Public Data File every year to ensure that all stakeholders have broad access to a vital part of the communication infrastructure.

Congratulations to SENACYT - ORCID's First Integration in Panama!

Ana Patrcia Cardoso's picture

We are delighted to announce Panama's first ORCID integration! In this interview with Robinson Zapata Pino from SENACYT we discuss their history with ORCID, and how their new integration will increase visibility of Panamanian research nationally and internationally.

A Warm Welcome for ORCID’s New Executive Director, Chris Shillum

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Communications Director Julie Petro recently sat down with ORCID’s new Executive Director, Chris Shillum, to find out more about his background, his views on the world of scholarly infrastructure, and what he sees for ORCID’s future.

ORCID Outreach in the Middle East and Africa

ORCID has been making headway to help the research community in the Middle East and Africa to solve name ambiguity challenges and to support research and contribution discoverability by hosting a number of workshops over the past few months to share best practices and encourage ORCID adoption.

ORCID is committed to engaging the open research community to deliver a shared vision of a world in which all who participate in research, innovation, and scholarly work are uniquely identified and linked to their contributions across disciplines, locations, and time. We support openness and transparency in sharing information that benefits researchers, institutions, publishers, and funders. With more than 9.5 million users registered for an iD, ORCID is solving name ambiguity challenges and supporting research and contribution discoverability.

5th Annual PIDapalooza Call for Proposals Open Now!

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Now is your chance to share your work in the #PIDapalooza21 spotlight! We are seeking proposals for short, interactive sessions about what you are doing—or want to do—with persistent identifiers and the communities that love and use them.

Has Something Changed in the UI?

Introduction

If you attended our first Product Interest Group webinar, you would have had a run through of the UI changes we’ve just released, as well as a sneak preview of the things we are currently working on (don’t miss the screen shots of the new UI in development at the bottom of this post!).

We have made improvements to a number of key screens and journeys in the Registry, including making it easier to:

Announcing the 2021 Board Slate

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As chair of the Nominating Committee and in my final year of service as a member of the Board of Directors for ORCID, I am delighted to announce the slate for ORCID’s 2021 Board election.

ORCID Community Gets First Look at New Developments in the Product Interest Group Webinar

Did you miss our first Product Interest Group webinar? Find out what our new Product Team has been up to in 2020, including: UX improvements, the development of the member-only portal that reduces onboarding time, and reporting tools to help members understand the impact of their membership and integrations. Link to the webinar recording available below

Celebrating the Five Year Anniversary of the UK ORCID Consortium

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August 2020 marks the five year anniversary of the UK ORCID consortium. In five short years, the UK ORCID consortium has matured to become a community of practice that is part of a global society. In this special guest post, the Jisc ORCID Support Team reflect on how ORCID is, more than being a PID, is part of an ongoing national and international change program that is transforming how research information is collected and shared.

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