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ORCID

Use and Share Your ORCID iD

The more information connected to your ORCID record, the more you will benefit from sharing your iD!

Embed ORCID iD Into Article Citation

Journals are now asking for your ORCID iD, and are starting to pull information from your ORCID record - such as your affiliation, related grants - into the manuscript submission form. Once your paper is accepted, the journal will include your ORCID iD in the published paper. Your iD is indexed in databases and search engines (such as PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar). Your iD is also used to update your ORCID record with the information about your paper (title, journal dates, and DOI). And the systems that connect to ORCID - like your university repository, your funder reporting database - are automatically updated.

Journals are now asking for your ORCID iD, and are starting to pull information from your ORCID record - such as your affiliation, related grants - into the manuscript submission form. Once your paper is accepted, the journal will include your ORCID iD in the published paper. Your iD is indexed in databases and search engines (such as PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar). Your iD is also used to update your ORCID record with the information about your paper (title, journal dates, and DOI). And the systems that connect to ORCID - like your university repository, your funder reporting database - are automatically updated.