iD display guidelines for journals now released

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Thank you to everyone who commented on the draft iD display guidelines for journal articles! We’ve incorporated your feedback and are now releasing the final guidelines. Let us know your questions and comments – and share your iD display examples.

Meet ORCID Publisher Member Springer Nature

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Continuing our occasional series of interviews with members of the ORCID community, today we hear from Alison Mitchell, Editorial & Publishing Director for Nature journals and Chief Publishing Advisor at Springer Nature.

Eating Our Own Dog Food: Part 1

Laure Haak's picture

Yummy dog foodToday sees the launch of our new ORCID repository, hosted on Figshare. Find out why and how we've created it, what materials are included, and how you can use them, in today's post!

Announcing Peer Review Week 2017: #TransparencyinReview

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Peer Review Week 2017This year's Peer Review Week, the third annual celebration of peer review and it's central place in scholarly communications, will take place September 11-17. The theme is Transparency in Review and you can find out more, including how to get involved, in today's post!

New Feature Alert: Verify Your Email

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Continuing our series of posts on updates to the ORCID Registry user interface, today we describe the relationship between verifying your email and managing your ORCID record manually.

ORCID on the Road in the US and Europe!

We're on the road the next couple of months, visiting Chicago, IL, Stockholm, Prague, and Budapest. Find out more about these events - registration is free and we look forward to seeing you there!

The ORCID Open Letter: One Year On

Alice Meadows's picture

In January 2016, a group of eight associations and publishers led by eLife, PLOS, and The Royal Society, launched an open letter committing their organizations to requiring ORCID iDs for (at a minimum) corresponding authors of accepted papers and inviting other organizations to do the same. One year on, how successful has this initiative been?

 

筑波大学が日本で10番目のORCIDメンバー機関になりました

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4月より筑波大学の参加により、日本のORCIDメンバー機関は大学、国立研究機関、助成機関、学協会、企業など含めて合計10機関となりました。

Japan Now Has 10 ORCID Members!

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We are delighted to announce that, with the recent addition of University of Tsukuba, Japan now has 10 ORCID member organizations, a mix of universities, national research institutes, funders, scholarly societies, and system vendors. 

ORCID Elections 2018

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The ORCID Nominations Committee is now accepting recommendations for candidates to serve as Board members from 2018 - 2020. Read on for more information about the committee, the process, who is eligible to be nominated, and more.

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