Category Archives: ORCID

ORO ORCID connector

We have completed the first stage of our ORO – ORCID connector.  It is now possible to link your ORO profile to your new (or existing ORCID account).  This link has three key benefits: It allows all your publications listed … Continue reading

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Linking ORO to ORCID

This week Alan Stiles (ORO Developer) and I ran a workshop on ORCID with particular attention to linking individual ORO (the OU’s Institutional Repository) accounts to existing or new ORCID accounts. The development work has gone on for some time … Continue reading

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Open Access Week 2016

The 9th Global Open Access Week is held between October 24th to 30th, the theme this year is “Open in Action”. Library Services is marking Open Access Week with 3 events, all sessions are open to all.   Open Research Data … Continue reading

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Get your ORCID working for you!

As I write over 2,300,000 ORCIDs have been registered by researchers globally.  ORCIDs have gained traction with publishers, funders and universities as a way of persistently identifying individual researchers across different infrastructures and enabling the flow of data across them.  This will … Continue reading

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Cultivating ORCIDs

Yesterday Jisc organised an event on Cultivating ORCIDs in Birmingham. In Brum for @jisc @ORCID_Org event pic.twitter.com/IfnSiqyRKF — Chris Biggs (@seabee73) May 25, 2016 The OU is part of the Jisc ORCID consortia and we are busy integrating ORCIDs into … Continue reading

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ORCIDs at the OU

Open Researcher and Contributor ID (or ORCIDs) are unique identifiers for researchers that can be used to identify research outputs across platforms to a particular researcher. ORCIDs are a good idea because: They distinguish between researchers with the same or similar … Continue reading

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