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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 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 & Engagement Resources General ORCID Outreach Resources https://info.orcid.org/outreach-resources/ PowerPoint Sample Outreach …

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Taylor & Francis Group and IReL agree three year ‘read and publish’ deal

IReL and Taylor & Francis Group have signed a new transformative agreement, for three years starting in March 2021.   IReL is a licensing consortium of nine participating Irish publicly-funded higher education institutions. This deal allows Irish researchers access to Taylor & Francis Group journals as well as the option to publish in around 2,000 …

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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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Symplectic Elements

Symplectic Elements/ORCID Integration Details Digital Science are ORCID members and Symplectic Elements is an ORCID Certified Service Providers and is ORCID-enabled from version 4.8 and higher. The integration enables researcher to authenticate their ORCID iD, read data from ORCID and write data to ORCID (including affiliation data). The read integration is developed to read persistent …

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Worktribe

Worktribe/ORCID Integration Details Worktribe is an ORCID-enabled system. Worktribe allows for ORCID authentication to enable researchers to link or facilitate the creation of a new ORCID iD within their Worktribe profile. Worktribe is configured to read publication data from ORCID, Scopus and Crossref but is not configured to write data to the ORCID record. To …

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Elsevier/Pure

Pure/ORCID Integration Details Elsevier are ORCID members and Pure (version 9.0 or higher) is an ORCID-enabled system. Pure can be used to: assert the organisation to the researchers’ ORCID record import data from ORCID to Pure import data from Scopus using the ORCID iD as a search parameter update Pure records with ORCID metadata add …

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