ORCID: ORCID Implementation
ORCID and publishers
Several major publishers have already implemented ORCID at manuscript submission stage, whereby authors are often now required or able to provide their ORCID identifier in order to facilitate.
Simplifying manuscript submissions
Improving author search - ORCID clearly links authors, and all their name variants, with their research works, improving the quality of author search results.
Publishers already using ORCID include: Copernicus, Elsevier, Hindawi, Karger, Nature Publishing Group, Oxford University Press, PNAS, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Wiley-Blackwell, and Wolters Kluwer Health
ORCID and funders
Funders can integrate ORCID identifiers into their research workflows, such as grant application processes and grant progress reporting protocols.
Embedding ORCID identifiers in funding workflows will make it easier to track a researcher's outputs over time.
Funding agencies that have implemented ORCID (or planning to) are: National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Informatics, U.S. Department of Energy, Wellcome Trust
Several organisations and funders in Australia (Universities Australia, Council of Australian Universities Librarians, Australasian Research Management Society, Australian Research Council and others) have developed an ORCID Consortium Model which was released for comment and expression of interest in August 2015.
Italy announced in June 2015 to implement ORCID on a national scale. 70 universities and 4 research centres will initially participate in a consortium.
In 2014 Denmark signed a consortium agreement with ORCID consisting of six universities, all university colleges and research institutions to integrate ORCID IDs across all local CRIS and national systems.
ORCID interface is available in several languages, Spanish, French, Korean, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Russian, Portuguese to name a few.
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