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ORCID and its configuring with OJS to accurately credit researchers for their work

https://doi.org/10.24069/SEP-21-05

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Abstract

This article provides a short introduction to ORCID and discusses the value of ORCID to researchers, publishers and editors, and research institutions. Here we provide some data about current rates of ORCID adoption around the world and we cover how our different APIs can be used with the ORCID/ OJS plugin, and outline some concrete steps that both ORCID members and non-members can take to enable the ORCID/OJS plugins. 

About the Author

Sh. Sadler
ORCID
Canada

Shawna Sadler, Engagement Manager, Outreach & Partnerships

Calgary



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Sadler S. ORCID and its configuring with OJS to accurately credit researchers for their work. Science Editor and Publisher. 2021;6(2):113–118. https://doi.org/10.24069/SEP-21-05

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