How to import works in ORCID 

Works are your research outputs: publications, data sets, conference presentations, videos... Allowing trusted organizations to add information to your record ensures the data connected with your ORCID iD is trustworthy, as well as saving you time entering information manually.

There are four ways to add works to your ORCID record:

  • Add works by direct import from other systems to import links to your publications and other works to your ORCID record from other databases. This is the recommended process because it reduces or eliminates errors, and enables a reliable connection between your ORCID iD and your works.
  • Add works using an identifier
  • Importing works from a BibTeX file
  • Add works manually

 

1- Import your works into your ORCID record

2- Edit your works in your records

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To optimize the automatic update of your profile: (See the screenshot)

  • Add your affiliation and variants of your name.
  • Connect ORCID

There are four ways to add publications to ORCID:

  1. Add works from another systems Screenshot
  2. Adding works using another identifier Screenshot
  3. Adding works with a BibTeX file  Screenshot
  4. Add works manually  Screenshot

 

Make sure that you eliminate duplicates or Remove duplicate entries   Screenshot

You can grant permission to one or more trusted individuals to update your ORCID record   Screenshot

 

 

Basic Operations

How to import works into ORCID

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