ORCiD: The Free iD that Can Ensure You Get Credit for All of Your Research
Have you been asked for an ORCiD number when submitting a paper to a journal, or a grant application to a funder? ORCiD IDs (or ORCiDs) are permanent, unique identifiers for researchers, which allows you to unambiguously associate all of your research and scholarship with you, regardless of your name, discipline, or institutional affiliation.
In this workshop, you will set up your own (free) ORCiD, and associate it with your publications. We will look at the available ways to claim your academic output so that it is associated with your ORCiD. We will also discuss how ORCiDs are increasingly being required by publishers when submitting papers, and how funders are also starting to use them. You can use them on a CV, or webpage to highlight your work. (See my own ORCiD for an example: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1494-8399).
This introductory workshop is aimed at researchers of all levels, but primarily targeted towards graduate students.
Please bring your laptop!
- Wednesday, November 7, 2018
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Brown 133
- Brown Science & Engineering
- Ricky Patterson
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