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DSpace is the software of choice for academic, non-profit, and commercial organizations building open digital repositories. It is free and easy to install “out of the box” and completely customizable to fit the needs of any organization. The DSpace software and user community receives leadership and guidance from LYRASIS. The community work and maintenance of the software is led by Governance and the DSpace working groups.
4Science, a leading contributor of DSpace, has developed the current ORCID integration for DSpace providing the ability to connect DSpace researcher profiles with ORCID, push publications & projects information to the ORCID record.
- Cambia’s service The Lens enables researchers to link their Lens and ORCID accounts and connect patent data to their ORCID records, including journal articles and patent items to ORCID records.
- EPrint Services is an open-source repository platform developed by a global community. Integration with the ORCID member API, as provided by the ORCID Support Advance plugin, allows users to connect their repository and ORCID accounts, populate the repository with authenticated ORCID iDs, and import and export works between the repository and linked ORCID profiles. More information about the plugin is available on the EPrints Wiki. You can also track the latest developments and download the code on the plugin’s GitHub page, and can install the latest release on your repository from the EPrints Bazaar. The ORCID Support Advance plugin is proudly maintained by CoSector, University of London.
- ExLibris’s Ex Libris Exploro maximizes the impact of institutional research by collecting–and linking–multiple types of scholarly information, activities, and entities in one place. Their ORCID integration enables employment information to be pushed to researcher records.
- Open Journal Systems (OJS) (Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is a publishing platform that integrates with the ORCID API to collect authors’ ORCID iDs using authentication and display them on the OJS system and in publication metadata. It can be used with the public and member APIs.
- Sages (Omega-PSIR) OMEGA-PSIR is used to collect and authenticate researcher iDs, display authenticated ORCID iDs and synchronize research outputs registered in institutional CRIS.
- SmartSimple (SmartSimple Software Inc) Platform3 supports importing a user’s ORCID records to their profile.
- XSEDE (Extreme Science and Education Discovery Environment) is a virtual organization funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) that integrates and coordinates the sharing of advanced digital services — including supercomputers and high-end visualization and data analysis resources — to support the science needs of researchers across the U.S. and their collaborators worldwide.