Having an ORCID gives you the following benefits:
Additionally, ORCID is an open, non-profit and community-driven effort. Its registry offers an open and transparent linking mechanism between ORCID and other current researcher ID schemes.
We recommend every researcher at University of Tasmania has an ORCID and maintains it as their priority identifier.
ORCID has the following limitations:
To get benefits from your ORCID and to make it useful for others, we recommend the following:
1. Add the following criteria, as a minimum (see brief guide, below):
2. Keep it up-to-date
3. Use it! Include your ORCID identifier:
Here are a few extra ways to add publications to your ORCID profile:
This blog post outlines ways to get the most of your unique ORCID.
If you have an idea of how you think ORCID could improve their services you can post it on the ORCID ideas forum and track the development status.