Using an ORCID identifier for your research
- The essentials in 15 minutes
- Getting started with your profile and advanced settings
This is a 2-part session:
- in a first 15-minute part (the essentials), the concept of ORCID iDs will be presented, as well as the advantages for researchers to use one
- the second, 1 hour long and directly following the first one (advanced settings), will be about creating and managing the ORCID profile
Participants interested only in the first part will have the opportunity to leave the Zoom session after 15 minutes.
- Introductory session (15’) : To know the principles and advantages of having an ORCID profile and when and how to use it.
- Advanced session (1h) : To have an up-to-date ORCID profile, listing your scientific contributions, which can be updated as automatically as possible.
Description : You would like to list your publications but also make visible the reviews you do and your other scientific contributions of various kind? You have homonyms and you want to make sure that your scientific contributions are correctly attributed to you? You wish to remain contactable even if you move to another institution? During these workshops, which can be followed independently, you will be able to review the advantages of having an ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier), and/or learn how to create it and set up the associated ORCID profile so that it reflects your activity as a researcher.
Public: PhD, post-docs, faculty, administrative and technical staff
- online, via Zoom
- 15-minute introduction, followed by an 1-hour
- in French or in English
- the advantages of using an ORCID identifier
- how ORCIDs work in the scientific publishing ecosystem
- adding references to your ORCID profile (manually, in batch, ...)
- setting the level of visibility of the different information in your profile
- authorising trusted tiers/services to automatically update your profile (automatic addition of your new publications)
- linking your ORCID identifier to other identifiers
Themes : ORCID ID, Open Science, online visibility
Registration required (see below)
Documents: will be made available to participants after the training
Link to the registration form.