Resources for integrators

We are creating a library of resources to help members comply with the communications requirements for our Collect & Connect program, which we will be adding to and updating regularly. They can also be used by anyone else in the ORCID community who wants to help spread the word to their researchers!

Examples of messaging explaining the benefits of ORCID:

Examples of using the ORCID member logo:

Other useful links:


Member resources

We have a number of resources available to our members at all stages of ORCID integration.

  • Finding ORCID record holders at your institution: Want to know who's using ORCID iDs at your institution? Start here. This will give you some sample API searches you can use to find out who's asserted on their record that they are affiliated with your institution, as well as a form to learn how many records are associated with your institution's email domain(s). 
  • Outreach resources: Head here if you're ready to begin communicating ORCID to your researchers or your institution, including:
    • Presentations you can customize or show as is
    • One-page flyers and banners tailored to different audiences (available in multiple languages!)
    • Graphics and logos
  • Reading your premium member report: Premium members receive a customized report each month on their active integration(s). 

Example integrations 

AAF Greenhouse: Australia Access Federation, the Australian ORCID consortium lead, provides list of open source software, installation guides and integration examples  provided by member organizations and vendors to support ORCID. 

Custom integrations

Vendor integrations

Third-party applications 

  • ORCID Javascript Client: A general purpose ORCID javascript client and reference list generator, supporting CSL, citeproc-JSON, and BibTeX.
  • ORCID Wordpress plug-in: Enables Wordpress commentors to include their ORCID iDs with their comments. Note: Does not include authentication. 
  • Find more at code examples.

Institutional ORCID guides 

How are other institutions communicating ORCID and helping their researchers get connected? See some examples shared by the ORCID community. (Have a great guide you'd like to share? Let us know!)