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Use your ORCID when prompted in processes such as manuscript submission, grant proposals and reporting (e.g. eRA Commons).
Link your ORCID id in other services, including ResearcherID, figshare, and your professional organizations (include it in your profile).
Include your ORCID on conference posters (generate a QR code, if you like, right from your ORCID record page), to direct people to your works.
Consider including your ORCID on your webpage, in social media accounts, and in your email signature. Log into ORCID and click "Display Your ID on Other Sites," and you'll be given a code that you can copy and paste on to your website. For your email signature, copy and paste the preview at the bottom of the "Display Your ID on Other Sites," box. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1825-0097
Using ORCID to populate Digital Measures saves you time on repetitive data entry. Your works can be imported in the Intellectual Contribution section of Digital Measures:
Using ORCID to populate SciENcv saves you time on repetitive data entry. You can use your ORCID iD to help populate a new SciENcv biosketch for NIH and NSF grant applications. Iport your information with just a few clicks
Data that can be transferred from ORCID to SciENcv for NSF Biosketches includes:
For NIH Biosketches, data that can be transferred from ORCID to SciENcv includes:
Go to NCBI https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/account/ and follow the below steps:
Login to My NCBI https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/account/ and follow these steps: