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Blog: Have you upgraded to API v2.0? Read why you should

Alainna Therese Wrigley
ORCID released v2.0 of the ORCID API in February, and already many users of the Public and Member API have upgraded or are in the process of doing so. This blog post highlights some of the new features in v2.0 that will simplify system workflows, reduce transfer file sizes, and make your ORCID integration work better for integrators and users alike.

Blog: Have you upgraded to API v2.0? Read why you should

Alainna Therese Wrigley
ORCID released v2.0 of the ORCID API in February, and already many users of the Public and Member API have upgraded or are in the process of doing so. This blog post highlights some of the new features in v2.0 that will simplify system workflows, reduce transfer file sizes, and make your ORCID integration work better for integrators and users alike.

Blog | New feature alert: Display my iD and print my record

Gabriela Mejias
By popular demand, we recently released two new Registry features: easy-to-use code to display your ORCID iD on external websites, and a print view of ORCID public records.

Blog | New feature alert: Display my iD and print my record

Gabriela Mejias
By popular demand, we recently released two new Registry features: easy-to-use code to display your ORCID iD on external websites, and a print view of ORCID public records.

Recommendations of the ORCID Multiple Assertions Working Group

Laura Paglione, Haak Laurel, Richard Ikeda, Chris Shillum, Mark Doyle, Paul Dlug, Paolo Bouquet, Geoffrey Bilder, Janifer Gatenby, Vetle Torvik, Simeon Warner, Bruce Weinberg & Michael Taylor
The Multiple Assertions Working Group (2014) was charged with developing recommendations for policies, business rules, and technology to manage multiple assertions in the ORCID registry. These are their findings and recommendations.

Recommendations of the ORCID Multiple Assertions Working Group

Laura Paglione, Haak Laurel, Richard Ikeda, Chris Shillum, Mark Doyle, Paul Dlug, Paolo Bouquet, Geoffrey Bilder, Janifer Gatenby, Vetle Torvik, Simeon Warner, Bruce Weinberg & Michael Taylor
The Multiple Assertions Working Group (2014) was charged with developing recommendations for policies, business rules, and technology to manage multiple assertions in the ORCID registry. These are their findings and recommendations.

Charge of the ORCID Works Metadata Working Group

Laura Paglione
In February 2013, ORCID formed a working group with a charge to examine the works metadata with respect to fitness for purpose in the ORCID registry and utility to producers and consumers of such metadata. This is the charge of the working group.

Charge of the ORCID Works Metadata Working Group

Laura Paglione
In February 2013, ORCID formed a working group with a charge to examine the works metadata with respect to fitness for purpose in the ORCID registry and utility to producers and consumers of such metadata. This is the charge of the working group.

Recommendation of: ORCID Works Metadata Working Group

Laura Paglione, Richard Rodgers, Amy Brand, Kevin Dolby, Martin Fenner, Laurel Haak, Mark Henry, Andy Mabbett, Meredith McCusker, Salvatore Mele, Catalina Wilmers, Heather Piwowar, Lisa Schiff, Chris Shillum, Michael Taylor, Gudmundur Thorisson, Soichi Tokizane, Diego Ucha, Elaine Westbrooks & David Weinberger
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} span.s1 {font: 7.0px Helvetica} These are the recommendations of a working group that was formed in February 2013 with a charge to examine works metadata with respect to fitness for purpose in the ORCID registry and utility to producers and consumers of such metadata. The group membership represented a good cross-section of the ORCID constituency, with publishers, metadata experts, academic libraries, service providers, identifier experts, etc....

Recommendation of: ORCID Works Metadata Working Group

Laura Paglione, Richard Rodgers, Amy Brand, Kevin Dolby, Martin Fenner, Laurel Haak, Mark Henry, Andy Mabbett, Meredith McCusker, Salvatore Mele, Catalina Wilmers, Heather Piwowar, Lisa Schiff, Chris Shillum, Michael Taylor, Gudmundur Thorisson, Soichi Tokizane, Diego Ucha, Elaine Westbrooks & David Weinberger
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica} span.s1 {font: 7.0px Helvetica} These are the recommendations of a working group that was formed in February 2013 with a charge to examine works metadata with respect to fitness for purpose in the ORCID registry and utility to producers and consumers of such metadata. The group membership represented a good cross-section of the ORCID constituency, with publishers, metadata experts, academic libraries, service providers, identifier experts, etc....

Name Ambiguity in IP Analysis

Ingrid Baele
“Name Ambiguity in IP Analysis” presented by Ingrid Baele (Philips Intellectual Property Standards) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Hands-on with the ORCID API

Krznarich Liz
“Hands-on with the ORCID API” presented by Liz Krznarich (ORCID) at an Open Repositories 2017 pre-conference workshop in Brisbane, Australia on 27 June 2017

Hands-on with the ORCID API

Krznarich Liz
“Hands-on with the ORCID API” presented by Liz Krznarich (ORCID) at an Open Repositories 2017 pre-conference workshop in Brisbane, Australia on 27 June 2017

Name Ambiguity in IP Analysis

Ingrid Baele
“Name Ambiguity in IP Analysis” presented by Ingrid Baele (Philips Intellectual Property Standards) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Name Ambiguity in IP Analysis

Ingrid Baele
“Name Ambiguity in IP Analysis” presented by Ingrid Baele (Philips Intellectual Property Standards) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Using Identifiers in Patent Databases

Osmat Jefferson
“Using Identifiers in Patent Databases” presented by Osmat Jefferson (QUT & The Lens) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Using Identifiers in Patent Databases

Osmat Jefferson
“Using Identifiers in Patent Databases” presented by Osmat Jefferson (QUT & The Lens) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Identifiers and Metadata Enable Connections

Edward Pentz
“Identifiers and Metadata Enable Connections” presented by Edward Pentz (Crossref) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Identifiers and Metadata Enable Connections

Edward Pentz
“Identifiers and Metadata Enable Connections” presented by Edward Pentz (Crossref) at the Identifiers and Intellectual Property Workshop co-hosted by Crossref, the OECD, and ORCID at the OECD in Paris, France on 22 June 2017.

Blog | Met ORCID Publisher Member, ScienceOpen

Meadows Alice
In this post - one of an occasional series of interviews with members of the ORCID community - we meet Stephanie Dawson, CEO of ORCID publisher member ScienceOpen. A longtime ORCID integrator, they have been working to ensure their use of ORCID meets our Collect & Connect requirements, and were recently awarded our Authenticate, Collect, Display, and Connect badges.

Blog | Met ORCID Publisher Member, ScienceOpen

Meadows Alice
In this post - one of an occasional series of interviews with members of the ORCID community - we meet Stephanie Dawson, CEO of ORCID publisher member ScienceOpen. A longtime ORCID integrator, they have been working to ensure their use of ORCID meets our Collect & Connect requirements, and were recently awarded our Authenticate, Collect, Display, and Connect badges.

Blog | Collect, Connect, and Communicate

Meadows Alice
Blog post on the launch of phase two of our Collect & Connect program. It is all about communications - increasing ORCID adoption and use by researchers by helping them understand the why, what, and how of ORCID.

Blog | Collect, Connect, and Communicate

Meadows Alice
Blog post on the launch of phase two of our Collect & Connect program. It is all about communications - increasing ORCID adoption and use by researchers by helping them understand the why, what, and how of ORCID.

Collect & Connect narrated video

Meadows Alice
This narrated video introduces ORCID's Collect & Connect program for members.

Collect & Connect narrated video

Meadows Alice
This narrated video introduces ORCID's Collect & Connect program for members.

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