The ORCID identifier can be integrated within publishing organization workflows, including manuscript submission and reviewer management processes. Through inclusion in these workflows, the ORCID identifier becomes a key part of the metadata of published works. 

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Publications and blogs

Laure Haak, Suggested Practices for Collection and Display of ORCID iDs in Publishing Workflows

Laure Haak, The More we Need to Change: Moving toward Contributorship

Laure Haak, ORCID How to: More on specifying ORCID iDs in document metadata

Laure Haak et al, ORCID: a system to uniquely identify researchers

Declan Butler, Scientists: your number is up--ORCID scheme will give researchers unique identifiers to improve tracking of publications, Nature. 

In search of credit, Nature editorial

Presentations

Panel on ORCID integrations by publishers from ORCID30 May 2014 panel at the Society for Scholarly Publishing, including presentations by Martin Fenner, PLOS, Michael Habib, Elsevier, Cesar Berrios-Otero, F1000 Research, and Brooks Hanson, American Geophysical Union, about how their organizations are using ORCID. 

Rebecca Bryant, ORCID: Status & Benefits to Publishers, and Poster: Connecting Researchers with their Research through Community Adoption of ORCID, Annual Meeting of the Council of Science Editors 

ORCID iDs in the Academic Publishing Workflow, Webinar: ORCID Implementation Workshop for Publishers. 

Véronique Kiermer, Executive Editor and Head of Researcher Services, Nature Publishing Group: Integration of ORCID identifiers by publishers, presented at the October 2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Paul Peters, Hindawi Publishing: Capturing ORCID iDs in the manuscript submission and production process, presented at the May 2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting, Oxford.