Submitted by Matthew Buys on Tue, 2018-07-24 13:47
ORCID is both a technology, -- providing open tools for organizations to use in their own platforms and services -- and a community, which relies on the support of those organizations and, in particular, our members to help achieve and sustain our shared vision of a world where researchers and their contributions are connected.
Submitted by Karin Wulf on Thu, 2018-06-28 00:00
Recommendations for individuals to join the ORCID Board in 2019 must be received by August 1. Find out more in this guest post by Karin Wulf, Chair of the Nominations Committee
Submitted by laura paglione on Tue, 2018-06-19 00:00
This year we are working to ensure that using ORCID means researchers have less data entry effort interacting with research information systems. At the end of May, we had a kickoff event for publishing organizations and service providers at the annual Society for Scholarly Publishing meeting to further this work. We are now extending an invitation to more publishers and information system providers to get involved. Read this post and join our upcoming webinar to learn more.
Submitted by Ana Heredia on Thu, 2018-06-14 15:18
Este post foi escrito em co-autoria com Laure Haak, Diretora Executiva da ORCID
Submitted by Ana Heredia on Wed, 2018-06-13 15:20
In this post, Ana Heredia (Head of Memberships, Latin America) and Laure Haak (Executive Director) describe the launch of the ORCID Brazil consortium in the context of Brazilian leadership in open research.
Submitted by Robert Peters on Wed, 2018-06-13 00:00
ORCID enables and stores assertions between a researcher’s ORCID iD and identifiers for their activities and affiliations. This post describes the anatomy of assertions and new functionality to enhance transparency and traceability - and ultimately trust - in the assertions stored in the ORCID Registry.
Submitted by Matthew Buys on Tue, 2018-06-12 14:43
Everything we do at ORCID is in service of our underlying belief that, by working together with all sectors of the global research community, we can facilitate conversations that help increase the openness and reliability of research information. Learn more about how we are using a “community of practice” approach to achieve this goal.
Submitted by Alice Meadows on Thu, 2018-06-07 00:00
Using persistent identifiers properly will help open up more of the research landscape - for everyone's benefit. In this jointly authored post by Christopher Brown and Neil Jacobs (Jisc), Josh Brown, Laure Haak , and Alice Meadows (ORCID), and Clifford Tatum (SURF), we call on all stakeholders in the research community to use the open identifiers we already have more effectively and consistently.
Submitted by Liz Krznarich on Wed, 2018-06-06 00:00
We're looking for volunteers to join the ORCID in repositories task force - and to provide feedback on its recommendations, when available.
Submitted by Gabriela Mejias on Wed, 2018-05-30 00:00
We have updated our Collect & Connect program, clarifying the guidelines and criteria, providing standard descriptions of user benefits for each component. Coming soon, we will introduce self-certification for some badges. Find out more in today’s post!;