RIPEN: Focused on the Future

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Last year we launched the Research Information Platform Engagement (RIPEN) project, which relates to our four core strategies: improving researcher workflows, extending infrastructure, building strategic relationships with project partners, and enabling a streamlined workflow for trusted assertions. This post provides a report on our progress and next steps.


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!


ORCID Values in Practice: Announcing our Board Meeting Attendance Fund

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Inclusion is a core ORCID value, so we are pleased to announce our new Board Meeting Attendance Fund, intended to help increase inclusive representation on our Board by providing financial support to elected Directors whose organizations cannot fully cover the costs of their in-person participation in Board meetings. 

ORCID in the Asia-Pacific Region: Involve, Engage, Consolidate

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Learn about ORCID’s plans in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region for the upcoming year in this post by the APAC Engagement Team

ORCID API 3.0 is here!

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We are pleased to announce the release of our version 3.0 API.  Highlights include support for new affiliation types, research resources, token delegation, and improved source transparency.

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.


Improving the User Experience: Why, What, How?

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Meet Mallory Robertson, our first User Experience Designer, learn about what she’s been working on so far, and her plans for the future -- including how you can get involved -- and get a sneak preview of new home page, launching shortly!


Nominations Now Open for ORCID Board Elections 2020

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The ORCID Nominations Committee is now welcoming nominations for Board members to serve from 2020 – 2022. Learn how, when and why to get involved in this guest post by current ORCID Board member and NomCom Chair, Alison Mitchell.