ORCID Executive Director Chris Shillum reflects on what we’re grateful for from 2020 and what we’re looking forward to in 2021.
On behalf of the ORCID Board and staff, thank you to everyone who submitted nominations and participated in this year’s Board elections process, especially the members of our Nominating Committee. Please join us in welcoming our new and returning Board members: Clare Appavoo, Executive Director, Canadian Research Knowledge Network Paul Gemmill, Program Director, UK Research and […]
This is a guest post by Rupesh Paudyal, Funding Policy Lead, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Demonstrating a Commitment to Peer Review UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has recently implemented the ORCID Reviewer Recognition feature in its funding system, Je-S. It provides UKRI reviewers with an option to get formal recognition for their review contribution displayed in […]
Another major milestone for ORCID At the end of 2012, just three months after we launched the ORCID registry, we were thrilled to be able to share that nearly 50,000 researchers had already registered for an iD. Ten months after that, we celebrated the ORCID record growing to nearly 250,000 (with 80 Members!) All told, it […]
A Key Component of Your Digital Identity (en français) What if you could complete your ORCID record with your publications deposited in HAL? This is now possible, even if you do not (yet) have a HAL account. HAL is now referenced by ORCID as a database that researchers can use to import their works. ORCID provides a […]