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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.

Integrating with the ORCID API

Alainna Therese Wrigley
“Integrating with the ORCID API” presented by Alainna Wrigley (ORCID) at the 2017 ORCID Shanghai workshop at Shanghai Jiaotong University in Shanghai, PRC on Monday, June 19, 2017.

Integrating with the ORCID API

Alainna Therese Wrigley
“Integrating with the ORCID API” presented by Alainna Wrigley (ORCID) at the 2017 ORCID Shanghai workshop at Shanghai Jiaotong University in Shanghai, PRC on Monday, June 19, 2017.

Institutional Connect Early Adopter Program

Meadows Alice & Alainna Therese Wrigley
Slides from the webinar announcing the ORCID Institutional Connect Early Adopter Program on June 20, 2017.

Institutional Connect Early Adopter Program

Meadows Alice & Alainna Therese Wrigley
Slides from the webinar announcing the ORCID Institutional Connect Early Adopter Program on June 20, 2017.

ORCID: Connecting research and researchers (ANDS Roundtable on Data and Publishing in the Social Sciences, 5 May 2017)

Alainna Therese Wrigley
ORCID: Connecting research and researchers (ANDS Roundtable on Data and Publishing in the Social Sciences, 5 May 2017)

ORCID: Connecting research and researchers (ANDS Roundtable on Data and Publishing in the Social Sciences, 5 May 2017)

Alainna Therese Wrigley
ORCID: Connecting research and researchers (ANDS Roundtable on Data and Publishing in the Social Sciences, 5 May 2017)

Blog: Draft display guidelines for iDs in articles open for comment (2017.02.10)

Alainna Therese Wrigley
In July 2016, ORCID formed a community working group to update our guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles and metadata. The group developed a revised set of recommendations which were released for public comment from February 10 through March 31, 2017.

Blog: Draft display guidelines for iDs in articles open for comment (2017.02.10)

Alainna Therese Wrigley
In July 2016, ORCID formed a community working group to update our guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles and metadata. The group developed a revised set of recommendations which were released for public comment from February 10 through March 31, 2017.

Blog: iD display guidelines for journals now released

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice & Haak Laurel
In 2016, ORCID convened a working group to review our policies on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles (web and print) in response to increasing use in scholarly communications. The draft guidelines were released to the community for public comment in February 2017. The comments have been incorporated and the final guidelines for the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles now released.

Blog: iD display guidelines for journals now released

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice & Haak Laurel
In 2016, ORCID convened a working group to review our policies on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles (web and print) in response to increasing use in scholarly communications. The draft guidelines were released to the community for public comment in February 2017. The comments have been incorporated and the final guidelines for the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles now released.

Guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles

Meadows Alice, Alainna Therese Wrigley, Ben Bowyer, Cory Craig, David Burgoyne, Scott Dineen, Nicholas Everitt, Justin Gonder, Christina Hopperman, Chris Ingle, Antonia Johnson, Jeff Lang, Craig Raybould, Peter Strickland, Edward Wates, John Walker & Leslie Walker
These guidelines are intended to:
* help promote the use of ORCID iDs by journal authors by increasing visibility in the publishing process;
* provide clear display options for publishers to choose from, to support consistency in implementation and community use; and
* provide criteria to enable publishers to assess effectiveness of display.

ORCID Trademark and iD Display Guidelines

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice, Laurel Haak & Laura Paglione
This policy, also at https://orcid.org/trademark-and-id-display-guidelines , is designed to help you understand how you can and cannot use our logo and trademarks and display ORCID iDs. This policy tries to balance two competing interests: our need under trademark law to ensure that our marks are reliable indicators of source and quality, and our interest in encouraging the research community to discuss ORCID, embed ORCID iDs, and accurately describe any affiliation with ORCID. If you’d like...

ORCID iD icon graphics

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice & Laurel Haak
We welcome and encourage community use of ORCID iDs. Our recommended display is a full URI preceded by the iD icon, both hyperlinked to the URI: orcid.org/0000-0002-1825-0097Usage guidelinesDo:Use our official, unmodified green iD icon to represent ORCID.Allow for at least 50% buffer space around the icon. For the 16 x16 px icon, this translates into an 4 px margin on each side of the icon.Optional: Scale the green iD icon to the height of your...

ORCID iD icon graphics

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice & Laurel Haak
We welcome and encourage community use of ORCID iDs. Our recommended display is a full URI preceded by the iD icon, both hyperlinked to the URI: orcid.org/0000-0002-1825-0097Usage guidelinesDo:Use our official, unmodified green iD icon to represent ORCID.Allow for at least 50% buffer space around the icon. For the 16 x16 px icon, this translates into an 4 px margin on each side of the icon.Optional: Scale the green iD icon to the height of your...

ORCID iD icon graphics

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice & Laurel Haak
We welcome and encourage community use of ORCID iDs. Our recommended display is a full URI preceded by the iD icon, both hyperlinked to the URI: orcid.org/0000-0002-1825-0097Usage guidelinesDo:Use our official, unmodified green iD icon to represent ORCID.Allow for at least 50% buffer space around the icon. For the 16 x16 px icon, this translates into an 4 px margin on each side of the icon.Optional: Scale the green iD icon to the height of your...

ORCID Trademark and iD Display Guidelines

Alainna Therese Wrigley, Meadows Alice, Laurel Haak & Laura Paglione
This policy, also at https://orcid.org/trademark-and-id-display-guidelines , is designed to help you understand how you can and cannot use our logo and trademarks and display ORCID iDs. This policy tries to balance two competing interests: our need under trademark law to ensure that our marks are reliable indicators of source and quality, and our interest in encouraging the research community to discuss ORCID, embed ORCID iDs, and accurately describe any affiliation with ORCID. If you’d like...

Guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles

Meadows Alice, Alainna Therese Wrigley, Ben Bowyer, Cory Craig, David Burgoyne, Scott Dineen, Nicholas Everitt, Justin Gonder, Christina Hopperman, Chris Ingle, Antonia Johnson, Jeff Lang, Craig Raybould, Peter Strickland, Edward Wates, John Walker & Leslie Walker
These guidelines are intended to: help promote the use of ORCID iDs by journal authors by increasing visibility in the publishing process; provide clear display options for publishers to choose from, to support consistency in implementation and community use; and provide criteria to enable publishers to assess effectiveness of display.

Guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles

Meadows Alice, Alainna Therese Wrigley, Ben Bowyer, Cory Craig, David Burgoyne, Scott Dineen, Nicholas Everitt, Justin Gonder, Christina Hopperman, Chris Ingle, Antonia Johnson, Jeff Lang, Craig Raybould, Peter Strickland, Edward Wates, John Walker & Leslie Walker
These guidelines are intended to:
* help promote the use of ORCID iDs by journal authors by increasing visibility in the publishing process;
* provide clear display options for publishers to choose from, to support consistency in implementation and community use; and
* provide criteria to enable publishers to assess effectiveness of display.

Guidelines on the display of ORCID iDs in journal articles

Meadows Alice, Alainna Therese Wrigley, Ben Bowyer, Cory Craig, David Burgoyne, Scott Dineen, Nicholas Everitt, Justin Gonder, Christina Hopperman, Chris Ingle, Antonia Johnson, Jeff Lang, Craig Raybould, Peter Strickland, Edward Wates, John Walker & Leslie Walker
These guidelines are intended to: help promote the use of ORCID iDs by journal authors by increasing visibility in the publishing process; provide clear display options for publishers to choose from, to support consistency in implementation and community use; and provide criteria to enable publishers to assess effectiveness of display.

信仰自由:政府打压下信仰群体的现状与前景 Freedom of Religion: current situation and prospects for communities of faith under pressure

Alainna Therese
A packet of relevant media reports, case studies, and legislation prepared for the closed-door seminar 信仰自由:政府打压下信仰群体的现状与前景 Freedom of Religion: current situation and prospects for communities of faith under pressure held by the CUHK Centre for Rights and Justice 23 March 2013.

信仰自由:政府打压下信仰群体的现状与前景 Freedom of Religion: current situation and prospects for communities of faith under pressure

Alainna Therese
A packet of relevant media reports, case studies, and legislation prepared for the closed-door seminar 信仰自由:政府打压下信仰群体的现状与前景 Freedom of Religion: current situation and prospects for communities of faith under pressure held by the CUHK Centre for Rights and Justice 23 March 2013.

Judgment No. 40/1946 against Washio AWOCHI for 10 years’ imprisonment (rendered 25 October 1946)

Alainna Therese, Nina H. B. Jørgensen & Danny Friedmann
An annotated translation of Judgment No. 40/1946 of the Batavian War Crimes Tribunal against Washio AWOCHI for 10 years’ imprisonment (rendered 25 October 1946)
This translation was created by members of the community as organised by Danny Friedmann via the http://koreadutchindiesproject.blogspot.com in 2007, and verified, standardised, and annotated by Nina H. B. Jørgensen, Danny Friedmann, and Alainna Therese Wrigley as a part of the Batavian War Crimes Tribunal Project at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Centre...

Judgment No. 40/1946 against Washio AWOCHI for 10 years’ imprisonment (rendered 25 October 1946)

Alainna Therese, Nina H. B. Jørgensen & Danny Friedmann
An annotated translation of Judgment No. 40/1946 of the Batavian War Crimes Tribunal against Washio AWOCHI for 10 years’ imprisonment (rendered 25 October 1946)
This translation was created by members of the community as organised by Danny Friedmann via the http://koreadutchindiesproject.blogspot.com in 2007, and verified, standardised, and annotated by Nina H. B. Jørgensen, Danny Friedmann, and Alainna Therese Wrigley as a part of the Batavian War Crimes Tribunal Project at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Centre...

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