- ORCID for publishers
- Publishers open letter
- Best practices for requiring ORCID
- Implementing ORCID
- Case studies: Publishers using ORCID
- ORCID-enabled publishing systems
- Flier: ORCID for publishers
- Crossref auto-update
- Datacite auto-update
Researchers are at the heart of everything that scholarly and research publishers do. Accurate author and reviewer information is vital to indexing, search and discovery, publication tracking, funding and resource use attribution, and supporting peer review.
ORCID serves as an information hub, enabling your authors and reviewers to reliably connect to their contributions, and to share information from their ORCID record as they interact with your publishing systems. Collecting iDs for all your authors and reviewers during the publication process -- whether for books, journals, datasets, compositions, presentations, code, or a variety of other works -- allows for information to be easily shared, ensures researchers can provide consent to share, saves researchers time and hassle, reduces the risk of errors and, critically, enables researchers to get the credit they deserve for the important work they’re doing.
Make the most of ORCID! Join your publishing colleagues in a community of practice:
Use our workflow-based documentation to build ORCID into your submission, production, and peer review workflows
Sign the ORCID open letter committing to implementing the ORCID best practices
You can also participate in the beta test of a new feature to recognize contributions of time and service from editors, reviewers, and society board members.