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 users to create new ORCID iDs and connect existing ORCID iDs using the member API. However, UCLA Libraries are no longer actively developing or supporting it and the developer has retired.
- Orcid (https://www.drupal.org/project/orcid) enables users to connect or create an ORCID iD. This module does not appear to be supported: there is an outstanding unfixed issue since April 2020 that the link functionality is not working which renders the module effectively broken.
- ORCID Importer (https://www.drupal.org/sandbox/joum/3026006) and Bibcite Import Orcid (https://www.drupal.org/project/bibcite_import_orcid) are both developed and actively supported by Drupal developers Omibee. These modules do not authenticate the ORCID iD and therefore do not meet ORCID minimum requirements for integration.
- Social Auth Orcid (https://www.drupal.org/sandbox/viveksaurabh/2993513) allows users to register and login with their ORCID account but it is an experimental sandbox project only and has not been updated since 2018.
If you would like help in developing a custom Drupal module to enable ORCID member API integration according to ORCID best practices, please contact the Irish ORCID Consortium Lead.