Irish ORCID Steering Group

The strategic agenda for the consortium is set by the Irish ORCID Steering Group. It facilitates the Irish research community to: identify goals share knowledge monitor progress, and encourage the system wide adoption of ORCID in Ireland. The current membership of the Irish ORCID Steering Group is: Fran Callaghan Maynooth University (IUA Representative) Tim Conlon …

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WordPress

WordPress is a free and open-source content management system. WordPress is not an ORCID-enabled system and (to our knowledge) no ORCID members are integrating with WordPress through custom member API integrations. There are currently two WordPress ORCID plugins: ORCID WordPress Plugin: https://github.com/ServerDotBiz/orcid. This displays ORCIDs in comments and posts, but does not contain authentication of …

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Omeka

Omeka is a free, flexible, and open-source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. The platform is a Digital Scholar project, originally launched at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (RRCHNM). Omeka is not an ORCID-enabled system and (to our knowledge) no ORCID members are integrating with Omeka …

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Irish ORCID Consortium Shared Outreach Documentation Hub Irish ORCID Consortium Outreach Resources Dublin City University LibGuide https://dcu.libguides.com/orcid Irish Research Council Funding Acknowledgement Guidelines https://research.ie/assets/uploads/2021/07/Funding-Acknowledgement-Guidelines-1.pdf National University of Ireland Galway LibGuide https://libguides.library.nuigalway.ie/researchprofiles/ORCIDid Trinity College Dublin LibGuide https://libguides.tcd.ie/researchprofile/ORCID University College Cork LibGuide https://libguides.ucc.ie/ORCID University College Dublin LibGuide https://libguides.ucd.ie/orcid University of Limerick LibGuide https://libguides.ul.ie/c.php?g=223830&p=4774333 ORCID Outreach, Advocacy & …

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Drupal

Drupal is an open-source content management framework. There are a number of ORCID Drupal modules available but (to our knowledge) none are actively in use by ORCID members for integration using the ORCID member API. ORCID Integration (https://www.drupal.org/project/orcid_integration) is the most advanced ORCID module currently available, having been developed by UCLA Libraries. This module enables …

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