Researchers, faculty, graduate students, and students looking to publish are welcome to Kelvin Smith Library’s ORCID Open House on April 12th from 10:00am - 4:00pm at the Freedman Center.
ORCID iDs are 16-digit unique identifiers that you can use to distinguish yourself from other research professionals and connect with your own affiliations and work. In the same way books have ISBN numbers or cars have VIN numbers, researchers now have their own unique IDs.
Five Reasons You Need an ORCID iD:
1) Systems you are currently using are already connected with ORCID. In fact, over 1,600 journals now require authors to use an ORCID iD.
2) Your ORCID iD will follow you across your entire professional career, even when you move into different positions and across multiple institutions.
3) ORCID iDs connects you with your publications, awards, and professional affiliations.
4)ORCID iDs ensure you are correctly identified. It is common, in the research community to find professionals with similar names. Thus, it is easy to confuse among researchers.
5) You can control your record and manage what appears on your profile.
Take the next step in your career and dive into the world of of modern scholarship with a full day of on-site ORCID iD setup stations, one-on-one consultations, and personalized demonstrations. Come curious and come with questions.
For more information, contact Mark Clemente at Mark.Clemente@case.edu or 215-368-3539
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