Building your Researcher Record with ORCID
- Learn how and why to create and populate an ORCID record as researchers at Rowan University.
- Learn to populate your ORCID profiles with their publications.
- Gain understanding of how to set up proxy access so that your ORCIDs can be edited by others.
ORCIDs (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifiers) are useful to all who participate in research, scholarship, and innovation and are now required by many external funders and publishers. Rowan University recently became an institutional ORCID member, making it easier than ever to create a profile that allows Rowan researchers to associate their scholarly record with their Rowan affiliation. In this workshop, attendees will learn more about ORCIDs, such as their benefits and their significance in the research workflow. Attendees will also learn how to automatically import their publications from a variety of external databases, and how to grant access to proxies who can update their profiles for them. There will be time during the workshop to ask questions about creating and updating ORCIDs. This workshop is intended for those engaged in research at the University such as Rowan University faculty, administrators, and graduate students.
This event will be recorded.
Skill levels for attendees: Little to no experience, Some experience
Software requirements: None
Related LibGuide: ORCID at Rowan University by Denise Brush
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Brush, Denise and Saracco, Benjamin H., "Building your Researcher Record with ORCID" (2023). Library Workshops. 23.