ORCIDOpen Researcher and Contributor Identification (Bethesda, MD)
ORCIDOrthopaedic Rare Conditions Internet Database
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US-based crowdsourcing life science firm Open Therapeutics has integrated ORCID into its novel scientific crowdsourcing platform, Therapoid, the firm said.
Launched in 2012, ORCID provides unique alphanumeric identifiers to researchers with the goal of providing authority control for authors in the scientific and academic communities.
Some of the world's largest publishers, funders, and institutions have adopted ORCID and an increasing number of journals, including publications by PLOS, Nature, and Elsevier, are using ORCID as a way to make it easier for authors to manage their information in manuscript submission systems.
Publishing company John Wiley & Sons Inc (Wiley) (NYSE:JWa) announced on Monday that it plans to require ORCID iDs as part of the manuscript submission process for a large number of journals.
As a result of this membership, FACULTY180 users will be able to link their FACULTY180 faculty account to their ORCID identifier, and in turn import their scholarly activity data into FACULTY180 from ORCID.
Inspired by the DOI, it was developed the researchers' identification system ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID).
Alice Meadows, Director of Community Engagement & Support at ORCID, describes how collaboration often arises from healthy competition within the scholarly publishing realm.
Authors are encouraged to provide their ORCID identifiers (www.
ORCID system identifies scientific researchers and writers, MIRIAM system identifies biological models, ISNI system identifies contributors to creative works and those active in their distribution, and NBN system identifies library resources.
We encourage all researchers to sign up and use an ORCID or ResearcherlD so that published articles and products can be attributed to the correct author(s).
Ideally, such a plan would minimize costs to the government while reducing the burden of compliance for publishers by using current and developing tools such as CrossRef, FundRef, and ORCID.
The ORCID group has proposed the creation of a system in which each individual researcher is assigned a specific alphanumeric identifier, which in turn is tethered to each of the researcher's scientific contributions.