Open Science Projects Collaborate on Joint Roadmap

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We are delighted to be part of an exciting new initiative in which a group of organizations building nonprofit, open-source tools for scholarship and publication has joined with open-science researchers in a new collaboration to develop a Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools (JROST). Learn more in this post by Nate Angell, Marketing Director for ORCID member, one of the other participating organizations.

The 2018 ORCID World Tour

Our 2018 event schedule includes in-person workshops and online webinars to enable everyone to attend. Learn more about our programs, including how to register, in this post by our Membership & Events Coordinator, Stephanie Harley.  

Establishing ORCID Consortia from the Center

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In this blog post, we look at how three communities used a centralized approach to adopt ORCID. Each started out with specific priorities and challenges that shaped the way they chose to build ORCID into systems and services and, ultimately, affect the working lives of the researchers they serve.

ORCID: Out of the Box

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One of our 2018 roadmap activities is to leverage our relationships with third party system providers, to define effective strategies and establish the ORCID record as an activity hub for researchers. Find out more in this post by ORCID's Director of Strategic Initiatives, Laura Paglione.

ORCID and Data Privacy in Germany

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ORCID frequently gets questions about our alignment with national and international data privacy frameworks.  The German ORCID consortium commissioned an expert report on our privacy practices and compliance with German data protection practices, widely recognized as among the most stringent.

Recognizing our community of contributors

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To celebrate this year's National Volunteer Week (April 15-21), celebrating service around the world, we are recognizing ORCID's community of contributors. We couldn't have got this far without you, and we look forward to continuing to work with you to achieve our shared vision. Thank you all!

Collect & Connect: Four New Integrations You Need To Know About!

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Continuing our regular series of blog posts on how member organizations are implementing ORCID using our Collect & Connect best practices, this month we celebrate four more organizations that have recently been awarded badges and the information they are asserting -- or planning to assert -- to their researchers' ORCID records.


Acknowledging Research Resources: New ORCID Data Model

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We are pleased to announce our new data model for Research Resources and webpages describing ORCID-enabled workflows that make it easy for researchers to acknowledge resource use as they share their research results.


A compendium of taxonomists on ORCID

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This guest post by David P. Shorthouse (Assistant Collections Information Manager, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada) shares his compendium of the world’s active taxonomists and systematists on ORCID powered with the ORCID API.

eLife Users Can Now Register with ORCID to Annotate Scientific Content Online

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Two ORCID members – the open-access journal eLife and Hypothesis – recently collaborated to introduce open annotation for all eLife content. To get started, all users need to do is sign in with their ORCID iD. Find out more in this guest post by eLife's Senior Press Officer, Emily Packer.