Submitted by Jason Hu on Thu, 2017-09-21 02:00
This post is a Chinese translation of a recent article, "Ten reasons to get - and use - an ORCID iD! " written by ORCID Director of Community and Engagement Alice Meadows.
要确保研究成果总能准确地被归属到相应的作者身上有时会比较困难，尤其是当该研究人员的姓名容易与别的研究人员混淆的时候。Dave Dustin在其Twitter账户@venzann中提到的这篇拥有2000多位作者的论文就是一个很好的例子。幸运地是，有一种很棒的机制可以有效地解决歧名问题，并确保研究成果能被准确地与它的作者关联起来，那就是：ORCID。在本期博客中，我们邀请ORCID社区互动与支持总监Alice Meadows来介绍一下ORCID具体能如何帮助您。
Submitted by Eric Olson on Wed, 2017-09-20 09:00
Continuing our series of posts about user experience improvements, today we are pleased to announce updates to our authorization page that clarify the process for our users.
Submitted by Laure Haak on Mon, 2017-09-18 00:00
About one year ago, Crossref, DataCite and ORCID announced a joint initiative to launch and sustain an open, independent, non-profit organization identifier registry to facilitate the disambiguation of researcher affiliations. Today we publish governance recommendations and product principles and requirements for the creation of an open organization identifier registry and invite community feedback.
Submitted by Alainna Wrigley on Fri, 2017-09-15 15:21
To celebrate Peer Review Week 2017, we organized a webinar on the ORCID peer review functionality, now available to all members using ORCID API 2.0. We presented statistics on the uptake of peer review on ORCID records, and invited four members to share how they were - or will be - using the peer review functionality in their systems.
Submitted by Alice Meadows on Thu, 2017-09-14 01:10
It's two years since we launched our peer review functionality, which has been implemented by a small number of early adopters. It's now available to all ORCID members using our new API 2.0 and we are happy to share with you some analysis of uptake to date. This post is based on data that was first shared at the Eighth International Peer Review Congress in Chicago (September 10-12, 2017).
Submitted by Heather Staines on Wed, 2017-09-13 14:39
At ORCID, we are committed to enabling recognition of peer review in all its forms. Annotation is increasingly being used as a type of peer review, both pre- and post-publications, and today's post by Heather Staines, Director of Partnerships at ORCID member Hypothesis, explains more about what it is and why it's important.
Submitted by Alice Meadows on Mon, 2017-09-11 13:08
Welcome to Peer Review Week 2017! We'll be celebrating all week with a series of blog posts and other activities and we hope you'll join us!
Submitted by Alice Meadows on Fri, 2017-09-08 02:43
Rich, connected, reusable metadata is essential for a strong research infrastructure. We are delighted to be participating in a new initiative - Metadata 2020 - launched this week to engage the the whole research community in improving the metadata that we create and consume, for the benefit of all.
Submitted by Paul Vierkant on Wed, 2017-09-06 12:35
ORCID is blooming in Germany, with over 100,000 registrants - a great time to announce a new search & link wizard for BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine), which enables users to easily connect their publications in BASE with their ORCID iD.
Submitted by Eric Olson on Wed, 2017-08-23 17:56
Today's post celebrates six ORCID member integrations that have recently been awarded Collect & Connect badges, in recognition that they meet both our technical and communications requirements. KoreaMed has earned all five badges (Authenticate, Collect, Display, Connect, and Synchronize); Open Edition, ScholarOne, and New Zealands's Royal Society Te Apārangi all meet the requirements of Authenticate through Connect; [email protected] has earned Authenticate through Display; and SAMURAI has gained the Authenticate and Collect badges. Congratulations to them all!