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ORCID FAQs

  • Who runs ORCID?  Is it free?

    • ORCID is a not for profit organization and is completely free

  • What does ORCID mean?

    • ORCID is an acronym, short for Open Researcher and Contributor ID

  • What does ORCID do?

    • ORCHID will link all of your publications to your unique ORCID author ID.

  • Why do I need an ORCID ID?

    • An ORCID ID will help you consolidate all of your scholarly work under one unifying system.

  • Who can use my ORCID ID?

    • Publishers, funding organizations, administrators, database vendors, and other researchers

  • Ok, how do I get an ORCID ID?

    • Please click on the button below and follow thee onscreen instructions

More ORCID FAQs

What is ORCID? Video

Scopus to ORCID ID

To transfer your publications from Scopus to your ORCID account:

  • Sign in to your ORCID account
  • From the "Works" tab, mouse over the "+ Add Works" menu and choose "Search & link"
  • Scroll down and click on "Scopus to ORCID" link
  • You will be taken to the Scopus site
  • Follow the onscreen instructions to transfer your publications to your ORCID account

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