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ORCID

ORCID is a tool for authors to disambiguate their works from other researchers

You’ve Registered, Now What? (Step 1)

Step 1: Set default data visibility.

Changing the default visibility preferences will not overwrite the visibility levels selected for existing individuals items. To change the visibility level of individual items, use the visibility selector next to them.

You’ve Registered, Now What? (Step 2)

Step 2: Populate your data

                         

 

Good Enough

1. Add Identifying Information

Name(s) you have used; variations (Susan Smith, Suzy Smith, S.D. Smith)

Country

Email address; at least one non-institutional one

2. Most recent employment

3. Most recent education

4. Funding; can be added manually or with “Search & Link” wizard selecting DimensionsWizard

5. Works; can be added manually, “Search & Link” wizard, DOI, PubMed ID, or BibTeX file

 

 

Best Practice

1. Add Identifying Information

Name(s) you have used; variations (Susan Smith, Suzy Smith, S.D. Smith)

Country

Email address; at least one non-institutional one

Websites & keywords

2. Employment history

3. Education

4. Qualifications

5. Invited Positions

6. Distinctions

7. Memberships

8. Service

9. Funding; can be added manually or with “Search & Link” wizard selecting DimensionsWizard

10. Works; can be added manually, “Search & Link” wizard, DOI, PubMed ID, or BibTeX file

How to Import Works into your ORCID Record Using a Search & Link Wizard