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Research Identity

Tools to manage, track and report your Research Identity

What is ORCID?

Your Open Researcher & Contributor ID (ORCID) is a persistent digital identifier to connect you to your research output. ORCID is a non-profit initiative driven by a global community of research institutions and agencies, publishers, funding bodies, and professional associations. It provides an online profile to link to your other professional profiles, accurate author identification and publication attribution, full integration with the ARC RMS (which simplifies the grant application process), and is supported my many publishers.

UTAS researchers are expected to create and maintain an ORCID and add it to their WARP Profile. 

Build & Manage your ORCID

Register for an ORCID iD

To ensure your ORCID is visible, accept the default privacy settings (Who can see this? 'Everyone'). Remember that the more public content you include in your account, the less you need to repeat it elsewhere and the easier it will be for others to identify you and your research.

Connect to your online profiles & researcher identifiers

You can add your UTAS staff profile page, Google Scholar Citation, Twitter, and LinkedIn URLs.

You can also add your ORCID to your other Researcher Identifiers and profiles (e.g. Scopus, Web of Science - ResearcherID, and Google Scholar Citations Profile Homepage).

Add publications

There are a many ways to add publications to your ORCID profile:

  • Add via DOI, ArXiv ID, or PubMed ID
  • Import BibTeX files (e.g. exported from Google Scholar)
  • Search & link to directly import from other systems
  • Add manually
  • Upload from WARP (go to the 'WARP ORCiD Integration' page)

Promote your ORCID

Add your ORCID your web page, staff profile, email signature. You can even create a QR code.

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