How can you reliably connect individuals with their contributions across multiple systems and platforms? How can you make the publishing process easier for your authors, editors, and reviewers? ORCID can help you address these and other challenges. Embedding ORCID iDs in your workflows can help publishers and associations streamline your processes, improve the management of CRM and other people databases, and improve discoverability.
Importantly, you can play your part in building a trusted research information infrastructure by asserting the connection between individuals and their professional contributions by:
- Collecting validated ORCID iDs for individuals to ensure that they are correctly connected with their contributions, such as dissertations, publications, artworks, performances, or review activities
- Displaying iDs in your data systems to signal to authors and contributors the value of using ORCID iDs
- Connecting these ORCID-workID assertions to authors’ ORCID records, making it easy for researchers to share this trusted information with other systems and profiles
- Synchronizing with your own systems to save your users time and improve information flow with other systems
Learn how other publishers make the most of their ORCID membership.
- Blog: ORCID in publishing workflows
- Webinar: ORCID iDs in the Academic Publishing Workflow
- Example: Elsevier
- Example: Nature Publishing Group
Integrate ORCID into several different workflows. Common integration points for publishers include:
- Collect and display ORCID iDs in your publications
- Collect ORCID iDs of reviewers and record their contributions
- Update Author/Reviewer ORCID records with new publications
- Enable ORCID support in your third-party publishing system
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Major publishers have committed to requiring ORCID iDs and invite others to do the same.
A successful integration takes more than just technical know-how. Communication with researchers and other stakeholders is key to gaining support.
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