Claim your Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) and unlock your researcher profiles
An Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from other researchers. An ORCID can link to other digital researcher profiles such as Google Scholar and help increase your online visibility. The Australian Research Councils - Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) - encourage all researchers applying for funding to have an ORCID identifier. ORCIDs are also increasingly used by journal publishers to ensure correct attribution of your work. Universities Australia, the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS), and the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) have also endorsed a Joint Statement of Principle to adopt ORCID.
- Facilitates disambiguation of researchers and research outputs
- Enables the linking and reuse of high quality, persistent data
- Connects research workflow: grant submission - manuscript submission - indexing - research profiles
- Configuration with Minerva Elements removes the need to manually 'claim' the publication
- Inclusion of an ORCID required on the title page of RHD theses
Why Researcher Profiles (Google Scholar, Scopus, etc)?
- Increase your online visibility
- Take credit for you work
- Get access to quick statistics
- Find out who cites your work
- Be prepared for applications which ask for a demonstration of your research impact
- Help populate your ORCID profile in a streamlined, time-effective manner
How do I obtain an ORCID?
To help you claim your ORCID and unlock your researcher profiles the Library will run twice-weekly sessions in the Digital Studio. These will be two-hour blocks - come to the first hour, the second, or stay for both:.
- First hour: information session including a presentation overview of ORCIDs and other researcher profiles and their interaction
- Second hour: workshop to set up your profiles under guidance, or to just drop in with specific questions or problems you may have encountered. Laura Liao, Research Quality Officer (Publications and Ethics) will also be available to help with Minerva or Ethics queries
When are the sessions?
While registrations will help our planning feel free to just come along.
Contact us if you have a small research group seeking a bespoke session outside of the advertised times.
|Dates||Information session time||Workshop and drop-in time|
|Monday 27 Feb||10:30am - 11:30am||11:30am - 12:30pm|
|Wednesday 01 Mar||10am - 11am||11am - 12pm|
|Tuesday 07 Mar||2pm - 3pm||3pm - 4pm|
|Thursday 09 Mar||2pm - 3pm||3pm - 4pm|
|Monday 13 Mar||10:30am - 11:30am||11:30am - 12:30pm|
|Wednesday 15 Mar||10am - 11am||11am - 12pm|
|Tuesday 21 Mar||2pm - 3pm||3pm - 4pm|
|Thursday 23 Mar||2pm - 3pm||3pm - 4pm|
|Monday 27 Mar||10:30am - 11:30am||11:30am - 12:30pm|
|Wednesday 29 Mar||10am - 11am||11am - 12pm|
Where are the information sessions held?
Digital Studio - Room 307 (Collab Room IV), Level 3, Arts West (Building 148)
- Researcher Profiles LibGuide (see in particular ORCID tab)
Research Liaison Librarians for Arts
Research Quality Officer (Publications and Ethics)
- Laura Liao