ORCID provides researchers with a free unique identifier – an ORCiD ID – and a mechanism for linking their research outputs and activities to their ORCID iD.
Your ORCID iD:
AUT researchers are encouraged to sign up for an ORCiD ID and to link it to their Research Elements profile.
AUT academic staff can now sign up with ORCiD ID from Research Elements.
Sign up for an ORCiD
You're connected! Your ORCID number should now display on your Research Elements profile.
You can now return to your ORCID record and add information about yourself, e.g. education, employment. You can also add publications and other research activities.
If you are employed at AUT and are able to login to Research Elements, follow the above instruction for staff to add ORCID to your Research Elements profile.
Doctoral students who are not employed at AUT are also encouraged to register for an ORCiD ID. Go to ORCID to register for an ID and to fill in your ORCID record.
If you already have an ORCID iD, you can now add it to your Research Elements profile.
There are several ways to add your publications and other research outputs to your ORCID profile. Click Add works to find these options:
You can import references from BibTex (.bib) files. E.g. export a BibTex file from Google Scholar and import it to ORCID:
Peer review is one of academic contributions in your academic career. The peer review section in your ORCID account is the best place to get your peer review activities recorded and recognised.
Peer review records can only be added by a trusted organization using API. Users cannot self-assert. However, this can also be done by a third-party review recognition service, such as Publons:
Read more details on the ORCiD website.
ORCID provides two options for merging duplicated items: